Next Sunday (Technique) Class - Oct 14

For experienced dancers who wish to improve their basic technique and work on improving covering, phrasing, comportment and other more advanced aspects of Scottish Country Dancing
Wellington Hall, 3922 Corunna Ave, Nanaimo. 1:30 to 3:30 pm. Teacher Hazel MacDonald. Cost $5.00

Weekly Classes

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

Welcome

Scottish Country Dancing is a great way for people of all ages to keep active and socialize at the same time.
New dancers are always welcome. You don't need a partner or have any previous experience.
You are invited to come to our free Open House on Thursday September 13, 7:00 pm at Pleasant Valley Hall, 6100 Doumont Rd., Nanaimo Map, take part in some easier dances, talk to the teachers and dancers and if you are interested you can sign up for our Beginners' Class which commences the following Tuesday, Sept 18, 7:30 pm, also at Pleasant Valley Hall.
In the meantime take a look at some of the videos on the web site, which will give you a good idea of what we get up to in Scottish Country Dancing.

Club calendar

Sept 13Open House
Sept 18 & 20First classes of the new season
Dec 18 & 20Last classes in 2018
Jan 8 &10First classes in 2019
Jan 12 New Year's Ball
Apr 23 & 25 Last classes in 2019
Apr 27Tea Dance

Contacts

Teacher Basic class: Hazel MacDonald. 250-758-6224 or kirko@telus.net
Teacher Social class: Debbie McClelland mccdebbie@hotmail.com
Secretary: Edith Morgan edithwmorgan@telus.net
Webmaster:John Duffus webmaster@nanaimoscd.com

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