We offer two weekly classes during the regular September to April season
* The Basic/ Beginners class - Thursdays
* The Social class - Tuesdays
Full classes informatiion ....
Social class core book
The briefs for dances (with links to videos) that Debbie includes regularly in Tuesday class programmes
Scottish Country Dancing is a great way for people of all ages to keep active and socialize at the same time.
Its health benefits are widely recognized, especially for bone health and prevention of injuries
New dancers are always welcome. You don't need a partner or any previous experience. Just wear soft-soled shoes and loose comfortable clothing.
|Aug 1||Club picnic. Details TBA|
|Sept 13||Open House|
|Sept 18 & 20||First classes of the new season|
|Dec 18 & 20||Last classes in 2018|
|Jan 8 &10||First classes in 2019|
|Jan 12||New Year's Ball|
|Apr 23 & 25||Last classes in 2019|
|Apr 27||Tea Dance|
New RSCDS Video Blog
"The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society will be producing short videos for our new vlog (Video Blog) series and we invite you to follow along and learn more about the Society and Scottish Country Dancing!"
Watch part one (and subcribe to the RSCD YouTube channel to receive updates.)
Heelwork to Music
Turn up the sound and enjoy.
Submitted by Anne Berry