No partner or experience needed. Wear flat soft-sole shoes All Teachers are certified by the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society. * The Wednesday night classes will be held at the Lutheran Church of the Cross of Victoria, 3787 Cedar Hill Road V8P 3Z4 All other classes are held at the City Light Church, 550 Obed Avenue, Victoria V9A 1K. . View Larger Map.
. Classes run from September to December and January to April … .
Experienced Social Mondays 7:30 – 9:30 pm, City Light Church Hall, 550 Obed Avenue. Teacher: Bob Anderson Experienced Social for dancers with good knowledge of all common formations and wish to dance more challenging dances and formations.
Basic Class Tuesdays 7:30 – 9:30 pm, City Light Church Hall, 550 Obed Avenue. Teacher: Sheila McCall In the Basic class you will learn the five steps used in Scottish Country Dancing. You will learn basic formations and become familiar with the concept of sets, progression and teamwork while you experience the joy of moving to lively Scottish music. You don’t need to come with a partner, just come and join us for fun evenings as you learn the dances.
Daytime Social Tuesdays 1:00 – 3:00 pm, City Light Church Hall, 550 Obed Avenue. Teacher: Pat Blair A class for those who prefer a daytime class, learning formations, phrasing, covering, handing and dances from upcoming socials.
Wednesday Class 7:30 – 9:30 pm, Teachers: Gael Forster and Joan Axford and guests This class will be enjoyed by experienced Scottish country dancers who want to dance in a faster-paced class that focuses on steps and formations worked into interesting and varied Scottish country and step dances. New dancers with Highland and Irish dance experience are also welcome. * Starting on January 3rd, the Wednesday night classes will be held at the Lutheran Church of the Cross of Victoria, 3787 Cedar Hill Road V8P 3Z4 All other classes are held at the City Light Church, 550 Obed Avenue, Victoria V9A 1K5.
Intermediate Class Thursdays 7:30 – 9:30 pm, City Light Church Hall, 550 Obed Avenue. Teachers: Gordon Robinson and Sarah Kell For dancers who have learned the basic steps and formations and are ready to enjoy a new challenge, the Intermediate class will continue to build a range of formations for use in social dancing. Learn phrasing and technique to help you dance old favourites and newer dances with confidence! .
If you are new to the area or visiting from out of town, please contact us if you require directions on how to get to the classes.