Oldies but Goodies! New dance class in the New Year
Lisa Scott will be teaching "Oldies but Goodies". The class, open to all,
will be amenable and accommodating to low impact dancers with appropriate
adjustment as required.
RSCDS Spring Fling 2016 in Edinburgh brought together young people who are the future of RSCDS.
Euromaxx Maria Grunwald profiled Scottish dance with a lesson and attended Spring Fling 2016.
Also of Note:
SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCE CLASSES Basic, Family, and Intermediate. Unbelievably affordable! - it's Scottish, after all. And no partner or special clothing are needed. Learn common formations, teamwork, and technique to evocative Celtic melodies. Full of opportunities for fun and friendship! See various locations, days, and registration information in the Class listings.
OUR CLASS IN ACTION! Perhaps you've wondered what Scottish Country Dancing looks like? Well, now you can view a short video of our class dancing "Knit the Pocky".(A "pocky" is a fingerless glove, worn to keep the hands warm while freeing the fingers for detailed tasks.)
SCD CLASS AND PERFORMANCE TEAM VIDEOS Here's a short video of members of the Vancouver WA class dancing a delightful jig, Black Donald (2nd Carnforth Coll.), at a retirement home in Januuary of 2011.Here's a short video of The Vancouver USA SCD Performance Team dancing a medley of three dances: Alyth Burn, a jig (RSCDS Bk 3); Linnea's Strathspey, a strathspey (Tim Wilson, 2001); and Red House, a reel (RSCDS Bk 7). This video was taken at the Clark County Fair, Ridgefield, Washington, in August of 2008.
PARENTS! If you are interested in a Children's class in Scottish Country Dancing, call Geri at 834-3757, or email .
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