1009 E. McLoughlin Blvd, Vancouver, WA
Vancouver-Clark Parks and Recreation 360-487-7100 www.cityofvancouver.us/parksrec
Please note that people have to pre-register to get enough numbers for the class to run; drop-ins will still be allowed, but will not count for registration numbers.
Scottish Country Dance for Everyone, Wednesday 7:30-9:00pm, Elm Room, 8 wks, starts 9/7, $42 (or $6 drop-in fee)
email or contact by phone at 360-834-3757
What: Eugene Scottish Country Dance Classes
When: Every Wednesday from 7-9pm
Where: 295 Azalea Drive (Santa Clara Grange), Eugene
All levels welcome
Cost: First class free to new dancers; $15/month; $7 per night
Kalindi Devi-Dasi phone 541-515-4433 or email
Robert Burger phone 541-935-6051 or email
The Seattle Branch will be hosting their 42nd annual
Fort Worden Scottish Country Dance weekend.
This year, they are also offering an optional music
workshop on Friday, September 9 from 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm.
For more information, including registration, check their website at
FREE Admission - Don't pass up a whole weekend of Scottish and Celtic fun at the park!
For more details, please visit www.kelso.gov/visitors/highlander-festival
Columbia Dance Center
1700 Broadway, Vancouver, WA
2nd and 4th Tuesdays, 7:30-9:00 p.m., $5 at the door
Contact Marge, 360-892-4366, or email
Low impact dancing. All are welcome. Marge and Lisa will alternate teaching.
11324 NE 51st Circle, Vancouver, WA
Scottish Country Dance for Everyone, Thursday 7:30-9:00 p.m., starts 9/15, $5 at the door
email or contact by phone at 360-798-3388
No registration required.
Columbia Dance Studio
1700 Broadway, Vancouver
Scottish Country Dance, Most Fridays 7:30-9:00pm,
Contact LindaMae at 360-609-0623 or email for details.
Scotland's Tannahill Weavers in Concert
Come enjoy a fantastic evening of music, stories, songs and more with your family and friends.
Tannies LIVE here in Oregon!
Ticket information at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2536516
The Tannahill Weavers are one of Scotland's premier traditional bands.
Their diverse repertoire spans the centuries with fire-driven instrumentals,
topical songs, and original ballads and lullabies. Their music demonstrates to
old and young alike the rich and varied musical heritage of the Celtic people.
These versatile musicians have received worldwide accolades consistently
over the years for their exuberant performances and outstanding recording
efforts that seemingly can't get better ... yet continue to do just that.
More info at tannahillweavers.com/
On YouTube at www.youtube.com/watch?v=0FANYQIFdtE
October 8th, 20th Annual High Desert Workshop and Ball, in Sisters, OR
The annual workshop and ball hosted by the High Desert Celtic Dancers
will be held at The Belfry 302 E Main Ave, Sisters OR.
Workshops, Morning and Afternoon day of the Ball and beginning registration at 9:00 AM.
A short ball review for requested dances following the workshop.
The Ball begins at 7:00 PM with the Grand March.
Guest Dance Teacher: Marjorie McLaughlin from San Diego, CA
Music old and new by A Scottish Heart with guest musician Steve Scott
For registration forms and more information,
visit the website at highdesertcelts.com/wp/annual-ball/
or contact Susie at (541) 549-7311 or email
Round the Room Jig for Marjorie The Irish Rover 8x32 Reel Bridge of Nairn 8x32 Strathspey Springs of Metolious 8X32 Jig The Sailor 8X32 Hornpipe The Three Sisters 8x32 Strathspey Best Set in the Hall 8x32 Jig The Dundee Whaler 4x32 Strathspey The Barmkin 88 Bar Reel Hooper's Jig 8x32 Jig Anniversary Reel 4x32 Reel The Gentleman 8x32 Strathspey The Cranberry Tart 8x32 Jig The Australian Ladies 8x32 Reel Adieu Mon Ami 8x32 Strathspey Bees of Maggieknockater 4x32 Jig Mairi's Wedding 8x40 Reel
Columbia Dance Center
1700 Broadway, Vancouver, WA
Musicians: Cynthia Soohoo (keyboard) and Nathaniel and Alex Soohoo-hui (fiddles)
Dance minicribs and available diagrams are here.
Many of the danciemaetions are there.
This is a sharable dance flyer!
Through The Garden Gate 8x32 Jig The Silver Tassie 8x32 Strathspey Round Reel of Eight 88 bar Reel Hooper's Jig 8x32 Jig Castles In The Air 8x32 Strathspey Catch The Wind 8x32 Reel The Rakish Highlandman 8x40 Jig Village Reel 8x32 Strathspey Captain Ross 8x32 Reel It Should Be Fun 8x32 Jig The Sauchie Haugh 8x32 Strathspey The De'il Amang The Tailors 8x32 Reel
Hosted by the Eugene Branch of the Heather and the Rose Country Dancers
1:30-4:30 pm - Ball Review Workshop
7:30 pm - Eugene Country Dancers English & Scottish Country Dance Ball
Veterans' Memorial Hall, 16th and Willamette, Eugene OR
Julia Heydon (fiddle, guitar, recorders), Doug Heydon (guitar), Amey Herman (fiddle),
Beau Eastlund (percussion)
More information is available at heatherandrose.org/ or email
A magical weekend of Scottish Country Dancing at Asilomar, located on the shore of the beautiful
Monterey Peninsula (120 miles south of San Francisco). See their website for more information,
including registration details: www.sfasilomardance.wix.com/asilomarweekend
Please join us for an introductory evening featuring easy dances
and instruction in Scottish Country Dancing
Columbia Dance Center, 1700 Broadway in uptown Vancouver, at 7:30pm.
$3 per dancer or FREE for first-time dancers.
Bring your Friends, Family, and Cohorts for an evening of Fun.
Soft-soled shoes are recommended.
Questions: email or contact by phone at 360-609-0623.
This is a great time to bring friends to try it out, greet old friends, and meet new ones.
Save the date!
More details as they become available
For more information about these events call or email one of the contacts below:
Sally McNair Bledsoe, teacher, at 503-556-0042 or email:
Linda Kelso, at 360-578-7893 or email:
Liza Halpenny, teacher, at 360-887-1888 or email:
Marge McLeod van Nus, teacher, at 360-892-4366 or email:
LindaMae Dennis, teacher, at 360-609-0623 or email:
Geri Stuart, teacher, at 360-834-3757 or email:
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