The Erie Canal Cloggers, based in Jordan NY, just 15 miles west of Syracuse and 15 miles east of Auburn on the Old Erie Canal, were formed in 1994 by Richard Hawker, Dale Burl and the late "Phylla Mae" Antos. We currently have over 35 active members and a performance team of 15. Our classes meet every Tuesday evening in the parish hall of Christ Episcopal Church, 25 Main St, (Rt#317) Jordan NY, at 6:15pm Advanced Level and 7:00pm Intermediate Level. Visitors are always welcome. If you would like us to perform at your Specical Event, Festival or Organization, contact Dale Burl at 315-689-1211 or email: ErieCanalClogger@aol.com. Erie Canal Cloggers' Goals! Our primary goal is to share our joy of clogging with others through teaching and performing throughout the Central New York community. Clogging is a family activity and can be enjoyed at any age. Our members range in age from 7 to 70. It is wonderful exercise and just plain fun. If you would like to learn clogging, beginner lessons will be offered for the Class of 2007 starting Wednesday evenings, 6:30-8:00pm, Sept. 20, 2006 in the parish hall of Christ Episcopal Church, 25 Main St, (Rt#317) Jordan NY. Last day to join is Oct. 04th. Call 315-689-1211 or email ErieCanalClogger@aol.com. We offer a scholarship award each April at Nickel City Festival in honor of Phylla Mae' Antos' memory. Any member of W.N.Y.C.A that is planning to further their educaton in the performing arts, social science, or teaching certificate can apply. Donations are always appreciated. Make checks payable to: Phylla Mae Antos Memorial Fund and mail to the Erie Canal Cloggers.