Advertise your Event and Prepare your Flyer
1. Pick a date
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- - Mississippi Squares’ Halfway Dance
- 2nd Saturday in January
- - EOSARDA Frosty Fling
- 1st Saturday in February
- - Swinging B's Valentines Dance
- 2nd Sunday in February
- - Riverside Gypsies Mid-Winter Dance
- 4th Sunday in February
- - Limestone Dancers St. Patrick's Dance
- 3rd Saturday in March
- - Quinte Twirlers Apple Blossom Dance
- Last Sunday in April
- - Swing into Spring
- Weekend of the first Sunday in May
- - SVSRDA Mother’s Day Dance
- 1st Sunday in May
- - Capital Carousels’ Capital Caper
- Fri & Sat of last full weekend in October
- - Harbour Lites Food Bank Dance
- 1st Saturday in November
- - SVSRDA Christmas Dance
- 2nd Sunday in December
The established dates of these dance events are reserved for their use although there may be minor deviations in any year due to room, caller or cuer availability.
- - OACA Callers Meetings
- 1st Sunday of each month
- - EOSARDA Board Meetings
- 3rd Sunday of each month
2. Convert Flyer to PDF (or JPG)PDF is the preferred format because it can be opened by everyone without needing to have proprietary software. A JPG file will also be accepted. Do NOT convert a JPG file to PDF.
See info at right to convert files to PDF►
3. Compress Your FlyerLarge files require more time to download and require higher bandwidth usage and associated costs. By optimizing your flyer you can end up with a new file that is up to 3 to 5x smaller than the original and that loads much quicker.
NOTE: Do NOT create a .ZIP file; it's the PDF (or JPG) coding that needs to be optimized.
See info at right to compress the PDF or JPG coding ►
To help the webmaster and bulletin coordinator,
that you have compressed your file. Sometimes the compressing program will do this for you
by placing a ".compressed" or similar wording in the filename of the returned file.