Steve Edlund Caller

Steve began square dancing as a teenager with the rest of the neighbourhood kids as they joined their parents at the Surrey Square Wheelers. He tried calling at an Amateur Night, and the rest, as they say, is history. As a teen he won Senior Champion at the Pacific Northwest Teen Square Dance Festival.

Steve enjoyed calling for the Wesburn Wranglers for 18 years, as well Lochdale and Silver Saddles Square Dance Clubs. Presently Steve is calling for the Royal City Dancers (as he has for the past 40 years) as well as the Surrey Square Wheelers, Swinging Hubs and the Abbotsford Grand Squares.  Steve’s program involves SSD through to A2.

Square dancing has brought many opportunities to Steve and he has had the opportunity to travel and call extensively throughout North America, Sweden, Japan and Germany.  Currently, Steve is calling on Riverboat Records out of California.

Steve and Lynnette have been married for 37 years, and live in Surrey, BC.  Their daughter Kristen and son-in-law Chris live close by in Langley.  Steve and Lynnette are fortunate to get to see them and their delightful 2 year old granddaughter often.  Outside of square dancing, Steve and Lynnette lead an active life biking,

kayaking, golfing, and traveling.

Sandy Meyer Cuer

Sandy Meyer has been square & round dancing for 23 years, and cueing for 15 years. She has cued at various Festivals and at ‘party nights’ for Kamloops, Salmon Arm, Chase, West Kelowna, Sorrento, Penticton; and at the Prince George ‘Snowflake’ dance for 10 years. She was one of the 2 featured cuers for the ‘Chase The Fun’ Jamboree in Chase, BC for the first 4 years then the single featured cuer until 2023. She has been hired for 2024.  She cued at the 2018 National Convention in London, ON.  Sandy does some ‘yodel’ singing calls, and plays percussion in the ‘World Famous Kamloops Rube Band’.

Sandy & husband Merv teach 5 different rhythms of round dancing, and passionately promote square & round dancing. They presently call, cue, & teach Round & Square Dancing in Kamloops for the ‘Thompson Valley Stars’.  They both choreograph many of their own round dances. Their website address is:

In 2014, Sandy & Merv received the BC Square & Round Dance Federation’s ‘SilleryAward’ which recognizes outstanding service to square, round, contra, clogging or line dancing extending well beyond club level endeavours.