2014 - 2015 Class Schedule

Classes run from September to April, with regular social evenings throughout the year. If you've never danced before, the "Basics of Scottish Country Dancing" class is where to start.

Social:
This class offers a variety of interesting dances, taught at an intermediate level. Dancers attending this class should normally have attended basic and/or technique class for two years and should be familiar with standard formations
Basics of Scottish Country Dancing
This class is for people who want to learn the steps and formations on which SCD is based. An entry level to the friendly, fun, social and historical world of Scotland's dances. The mecca of SCD is St Andrew's, where Kate and William went to University.
Technique:
Dancers in this class should have attended a basic introductory class for two years, should be familiar with basic formations and be committed to developing and maintaining their technique.
Demonstration:
Open to dancers with a minimum of 2 years dancing experience and who attend a regular Branch class. This class rehearses dances that are included in a programme of Scottish Country dances which is performed at Personal Care Homes, Hospitals, Folklorama (Scottish Pavilion), various organizations, and other functions including Canada Day at Lower Fort Garry and country fairs.

Class


Where


When


Teacher


Social


St. Paul's Anglican Church hall
830 North Drive

Monday
8:00 - 10:00 pm

1st term: Christine Wallace & David Kroker
2nd term: Joyce Cormack

Basics of Scottish Country Dancing


St. Paul's Anglican Church hall
830 North Drive

Thursday
8:00 - 10:00 pm
10 week term Sept 12-Nov 21** Last class is Dec 5th due to make up classes

1st term: Cheryl Durnham
2nd term: Cheryl Durnin

Technique


St. Paul's Anglican Church hall
830 North Drive

Tuesday
8:00 - 10:00 pm

1st term: Margaret Zadworny
2nd term: Margaret Zadworny

Demonstration


St. Paul's Anglican Church hall
830 North Drive

Selected Wednesdays
8:00 - 10:00 pm

Christine Wallace