The Kincaids are from College Park, MD. They have been involved in the square dance movement since 1970, and have been round dancing since 1975, taking their basics from Carmen and Mildred Smarrelli.
As dancers, John & Peg were active in their local organizations, serving as both President of WASCA (Washington Area Square and Round Dance Association), and Festival Director of the WASCA Spring Festival. In addition they served on the Festival Committee in various positions, as well as Board Members of the WASCA organization for several terms of office. They were presented a plaque during the 2001 WASCA Festival in recognition of their 25 years of service to the organization. John & Peg were Round Dance Liaison for their last six years on the WASCA Board, and as such worked closely with the local Round Dance Teachers’ Association.ickey Moore Award Committee. In addition they are on the Phase V and Phase VI ROQ Committees for RAL.
Peg & John have choreographed several round dance routines from phase II to phase VI. Some of their better known dances are I'll Take Manhattan, Amame IV, Evergreen, Julia Tango, My Lady In Red. They have two clubs, Round-To-Its phase II-VI, and Kincaid Classics, an intermediate club.
Frequent attendees at “Accent On Rounds” since 1990, they became Directors of the week long round dance event (held Spring and Fall each year) in 2001 after the death of Ed Raybuck.
Peg & John are both still working. John is a CPA with his own practice, and Peg is a registered nurse working part time in a doctor’s office. They have 3 married children and 8 grandchildren, all in close proximity to the home and when they are not working, or dancing, or working on dance related activities, they spend quality time with their family.