Co-Sponsored by the Central Oklahoma Chapter of USA Dance
It is with great sadness that we announce the cancellation of the 2020 OKC Dreamcatcher DanceSport Championships, July 24-25 in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
We have spoken with our sponsors, members of the Oklahoma medical community, and the President of the Oklahoma Chapter of USA Dance. Over the last few weeks we have been discussing the various mitigation procedures we could implement at the competition to protect the health of our athletes and volunteers. But we all agree that there are too many unknowns surrounding the pandemic at this time to proceed further.
We sincerely hope that by July everyone will be back to a normal life and we look back on this announcement with regret. But at this time, we have to proceed by making the hard decision of cancelling the event.
We are already making plans for the 2021 OKC Dreamcatcher and hope you join us
July 23-24 for next year’s competition.
Stay healthy and let’s keep dancing! We’re all in this together!
All the best,
Wayne & Marie Crowder
(Application has been filed for the following)
WDSF Youth Standard
WDSF Youth Latin
WDSF Senior 2 & 3 Standard
WDSF Senior 2 & 3 Smooth
WDSF Senior 2 Latin
You must have a WDSF MIN number to register for these events. Follow the link below to USA Dance to obtain your WDSF MIN numbers prior to registering.
We are excited to welcome you back for the 2020 OKC Dreamcatcher. Join us for a great weekend of DanceSport and discover the charms of Oklahoma City. Our venue is mere minutes from the Will Rogers Airport and "Bricktown", the dining and entertainment heart of the old city. We are proud to be a part of the USA Dance National Qualifying Event circuit. As former competitors and Champions we strive to deliver a competitive experience with a touch of the "Old West Hospitality...."
Wayne & Marie Crowder
The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City is America’s premier institution of Western history, art and culture. Founded in 1955, the Museum collects, preserves and exhibits an internationally renowned collection of Western art and artifacts while sponsoring dynamic educational programs to promote interest in the enduring legacy of the American West.
America’s top rowing athletes are headed to the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo, and you’ll find many of them training here at the USRowing National High Performance Center on the Oklahoma River. Named a U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Site by the U.S. Olympic Committee, the OKC Boathouse Foundation offers one of only a few training sites across the nation to earn this prestigious designation.
Redesigned in collaboration with Chihuly Studio, the galleries incorporate a unique design that features a three-dimensional approach to viewing some objects in the collection. The presentation allows visitors to explore the large Float Boat and Ikebana Boat installations from all sides as well as includes viewing slots for the Reeds.
Dear Friends of Dance,
As the host chapter, the board of USA Dance of Central Oklahoma takes great pleasure in inviting you to attend the second OKC Dreamcatcher DanceSport Championships in Oklahoma City. Our chapter is so excited about bringing USA Dance to Oklahoma again this year and expanding to include WDSF Smooth events. This is an outstanding opportunity to bring this great organization and you amazing dancers that compete at the USA Dance competitions to this area. We also know you will be greatly pleased and amazed with all you find in OKC, just ask the amateurs and professionals who attended last year.
Oklahoma is well known for its Native American and western culture but is also a cosmopolitan city with many great cultural activities to offer in the realm of art, music, film, theatre, dance, museums, renowned restaurants and recreation. OKC is in the midst of an exciting urban renaissance making headlines as one of the “Best trips in 2015” in National Geographic, one of the top 10 places to visit in 2016 by USA Today and one of the “The 20 best places to go in 2018” in MONEY Magazine. All of OKC’s 12 districts reflect their own personalities from urban whitewater rafting in the Boathouse district to the Bricktown Entertainment District.
Most of all, Oklahomans are known for their hospitality and friendliness. We will see to it that you feel welcome, have a good time and leave happy you came here!
Here are some of our recommendations for exploring OKC if you have some time away from the floor. All of these are easily accessible via the hotel shuttle or a short cab/Uber/Lyft ride. The downtown trolley system has just been completed and makes visiting many of these attractions fun, inexpensive and efficient.
Just ask any of the volunteers or go to the attached websites for more information.
For the family:
For those of you who might wish to stay a little longer and explore the state, there are sites in every direction including the iconic Route 66, national wildlife preserves, Native American cultural and history centers, and Ree Drummond’s Pioneer Woman Mercantile Mart in Pawhuska and the Tallgrass Prairie reserve complete with herds of wild bison. Go to TravelOk.com to plan your trip.
We sincerely wish you all the best at “catching your dream” whatever that might be, here in OKC!
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