Scottish dancing is enjoyed by people of all ages and from many cultures. There is no need to have Scottish ancestry. There is an expression that "The music tells you what to do." Jigs and reels are fast lively dances while elegant strathspeys and Scottish waltzes are slower. A partner is not needed as there is always someone to dance with. Classes are held Monday to Friday, with 4 Beginner classes and 25 Social Groups. Come on out and try this fun dance style.Instructor Training, Dance Studio/School, Regular Dance Classes, Demonstrations / Cabaret, Class Directory, Links, Event Calendar, Not Location Based. Dance Styles: Scottish Country Dance, Scottish Ceilidh.
Contacts: John Clark, Carole Bell
(Last Edited: 19/11/2010)
|ARSCDS Toronto, Greater Toronto Area, Ontario, M2N 1S2 (near Toronto), CanadaWebsite. All Entries for RSCDS Toronto Venue. Look for Toronto Area Groups and classes on the website. You can also link to other interesting Scottish Country Dance sites.|
14 Jan 11
18 Mar 11
Scottish Ceilidh Instruction, Practice, Social Dancing. Doors open 19:00. For further details: Info. Our Ceilidh classes return. You don't have to be Scottish, or have a partner. Ceilidh dancing is party dancing in the Scottish tradition, but anyone can learn. Come out and meet Ian, our marvelous teacher and meet new friends or renew old friendships. Cost is $10 for adults, $5 for students and $2 for children. We dance on Fridays at St. Leonards Anglican Church at 25 Wanless Ave. (2 blocks north of Lawrence subway off Yonge St.), Jan. 14, Feb. 11, Mar. 18 and Apr. 8, 2011