Salt Spring Island Scottish Country Dance Club

Dear Club Members

Your executive is pleased to announce that we will start dancing again on Monday Sept 20 from 6-8pm. This will be one class for all levels, as we will not currently be welcoming new members and expect a lower number of dancers returning at this time.

Please note the change of venue - we will be dancing in the United Church lower level on Hereford Avenue. Entry is on the meadow side of the building. You will be required to sign in on the contact and tracing form and on your first time, will be asked for proof of double vaccination. We ask that you plan to arrive 10-15 minutes early to allow time for sign in etc so that we may begin to dance promptly at 6:00.

I am enclosing as a PDF the final list of the Protocols for return to dancing. Covid Protocols

Please feel free to contact me with any of your questions or concerns.


The teacher for all classes is Richard Bennett.

Richard is a Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (RSCDS) teacher.

Due to covid restrictions dancing is limited at the moment to existing members who are vaccinated. We look forward to the day when we can welcome new members and hold social events.

Mission: The purpose of the club is to promote Scottish Country Dancing in accordance with the purpose of the Royal Scottish Country Dancing Society.


The dues are : $85. per term regular.

Early Bird discounts : $75 term/$140 year.

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To keep you thinking Scottish Country Dancing during the fall here is a trivia quiz based on our core book

Core Book Quiz copy.pdf
SSISCD Core Book.pdf

Our Core Book has popular dances, formations, and information about the RSCDS.

Katannuta is a book of original Salt Spring devised dances published in 2007