Salt Spring Island  Scottish Country Dance Club

Monday Dancing - All Saint's by the Sea - Upper Hall 

Guest teacher, Katherine Miller, Monday  Sept 25th 6-8 pm

No experience required, no Scottish ancestry required. You will be shown some basic steps and learn some simple dances to get a flavour of what Scottish Country Dancing is all about. 

Starting October 9th this is our Monday dance schedule

6:00 - 6:30 Beginners plus anyone for basic step and formation practice 

6:30 - 8:00 Mixed Dancing for everyone

8:00 - 8:30 Advanced formation and dance 

Masks and COVID vaccinations are recommended but not mandatory. PLEASE stay at home if you are feeing unwell!

Members will be required to sign a waiver on the membership form pertaining to accident, injury or illness related to participation in activities of the Society.

Please be respectful of people's differing comfort levels as some people may still choose to wear their mask.

Watch our club members dance A Trip Round Salt Spring   to give you a flavour of Scottish Country Dancing. 


Dance Around the World - Salt Spring.pdf

The teacher for all classes is Richard Bennett.

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

Dancing in all forms is beneficial to health.  

It can help slow down the ageing process. 

Health Benefits of Dancing 

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


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                                  REGULAR DUES

Early Bird $160 per year,  $85 per half year. 

Regular $170 per year,  $95 per half year.

Wow,  just over $2 per hour for exercise, challenge and fun.  If you sign up for the early bird rate. 

Core Book 2022.pdf

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