• Last Three Classes! - Introduction to Social Dancing for Millennials

    Church of the Redeemer

    CA$30.00

    3 Easy Classes left in preparation for the West Toronto/Beginner Ball - runs Thursday, April 25, Thursday, May 2 and 9. Cost - $30.00 (payable by cash or cheque) Social Dancing with Scottish Flair!!! Scottish Country Dancing is one of the most popular forms of social dance. Organized groups throughout Canada & around the world enjoy casual dancing outdoors to formal balls. Everyone is Welcome! Do I need previous dance experience? No. The teacher, Gavin, will introduce you to dances on the West Toronto Ball/Beginner Ball program. He will help you navigate each dance before the music starts. If you make a mistake, don't worry. What does Scottish Country Dance look like? - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_U44Rs2augE&feature=youtu.be - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEaMYfiAkYo&feature=youtu.be Should I bring a partner? You can if you wish, but it is not necessary. You will have a new partner for each dance. What should I wear? Dress comfortably & wear soft-soled shoes. For more information, please visit - http://dancescottish.ca/6classes.html **There is also a possibility of half-price sponsorship tickets to the West End Ball for Millennials who are interested in going**

  • Introduction to Social Dancing for Millennials - Session of 6 Easy Classes

    Church of the Redeemer

    CA$60.00

    6 Easy Classes in preparation for the West Toronto/Beginner Ball - runs Thursday, March 28 - Thursday, May 9 (note that there is no class on Thursday, April 18 for Easter). Cost - $60.00 (payable by cash or cheque) Social Dancing with Scottish Flair!!! Scottish Country Dancing is one of the most popular forms of social dance. Organized groups throughout Canada & around the world enjoy casual dancing outdoors to formal balls. Everyone is Welcome! Do I need previous dance experience? No. The teacher, Gavin, will introduce you to dances on the West Toronto Ball/Beginner Ball program. He will help you navigate each dance before the music starts. If you make a mistake, don't worry. What does Scottish Country Dance look like? - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_U44Rs2augE&feature=youtu.be - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZEaMYfiAkYo&feature=youtu.be Should I bring a partner? You can if you wish, but it is not necessary. You will have a new partner for each dance. What should I wear? Dress comfortably & wear soft-soled shoes. For more information, please visit - http://dancescottish.ca/6classes.html

  • Winter Session Beginner Dance Classes - Toronto Central

    Eastminister United Church

    Come learn Scottish Country Dancing! This session runs for 10 weeks (Jan 10 - Mar 18) at the price of $100 per person. Check out http://www.dancescottish.ca/Lessons.html for more information. The RSCDS Toronto Association offers Scottish Country Dance classes for adults of all ages and dancing abilities, including those who are just beginning, those who have danced for decades, and everyone in between. Come join us and share the wonderful experience of Scottish Country Dance! The Level 1 dancer learns the five basic steps of Scottish country dance, and some of common formations. These elements are combined in simple dances that incorporate the steps and formations taught. After 10 weeks you’ll be fully equipped to join in the fun of the annual Family Christmas Dance with live music, and a crowd of experienced dancers eager to be your partner. Colin Philip is the Thursday evening’s RSCDS teacher. He was a teenage member of the fabled Georgina Finlay dance demo team. Colin loves to share his joy in Scottish Country Dance with beginners. He knows it will keep you fit, it will make you new friends — it may even change your life!

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  • Winter Session Beginner Dance Classes - North Toronto

    St. Leonard's Anglican Church

    Come learn Scottish Country Dancing! This session runs for 10 weeks (Jan 7 - Mar 18) at the price of $100 per person. Check out http://www.dancescottish.ca/Lessons.html for more information. The RSCDS Toronto Association offers Scottish Country Dance classes for adults of all ages and dancing abilities, including those who are just beginning, those who have danced for decades, and everyone in between. Come join us and share the wonderful experience of Scottish Country Dance! The Level 1 dancer learns the five basic steps of Scottish country dance, and some of common formations. These elements are combined in simple dances that incorporate the steps and formations taught. After 10 weeks you’ll be fully equipped to join in the fun of the annual Family Christmas Dance with live music, and a crowd of experienced dancers eager to be your partner. May Divers is the teacher. She has been dancing Scottish since she was a wee lass in her native Scotland. She has previously taught Level 2 Classes and often takes the Calvin social group. Her gentle persuasion, and graceful example will have you dancing before you know it.

  • Winter Session Beginner Dance Classes - Toronto Central

    Eastminister United Church

    Come learn Scottish Country Dancing! This session runs for 10 weeks (Jan 10 - Mar 18) at the price of $100 per person. Check out http://www.dancescottish.ca/Lessons.html for more information. The RSCDS Toronto Association offers Scottish Country Dance classes for adults of all ages and dancing abilities, including those who are just beginning, those who have danced for decades, and everyone in between. Come join us and share the wonderful experience of Scottish Country Dance! The Level 1 dancer learns the five basic steps of Scottish country dance, and some of common formations. These elements are combined in simple dances that incorporate the steps and formations taught. After 10 weeks you’ll be fully equipped to join in the fun of the annual Family Christmas Dance with live music, and a crowd of experienced dancers eager to be your partner. Colin Philip is the Thursday evening’s RSCDS teacher. He was a teenage member of the fabled Georgina Finlay dance demo team. Colin loves to share his joy in Scottish Country Dance with beginners. He knows it will keep you fit, it will make you new friends — it may even change your life!

  • Winter Session Beginner Dance Classes - North Toronto

    St. Leonard's Anglican Church

    Come learn Scottish Country Dancing! This session runs for 10 weeks (Jan 7 - Mar 18) at the price of $100 per person. Check out http://www.dancescottish.ca/Lessons.html for more information. The RSCDS Toronto Association offers Scottish Country Dance classes for adults of all ages and dancing abilities, including those who are just beginning, those who have danced for decades, and everyone in between. Come join us and share the wonderful experience of Scottish Country Dance! The Level 1 dancer learns the five basic steps of Scottish country dance, and some of common formations. These elements are combined in simple dances that incorporate the steps and formations taught. After 10 weeks you’ll be fully equipped to join in the fun of the annual Family Christmas Dance with live music, and a crowd of experienced dancers eager to be your partner. May Divers is the teacher. She has been dancing Scottish since she was a wee lass in her native Scotland. She has previously taught Level 2 Classes and often takes the Calvin social group. Her gentle persuasion, and graceful example will have you dancing before you know it.

  • FREE Great Canadian Kilt Skate

    Nathan Philips Square

    This event is in reference to the "Great Canadian Kilt Skate" event on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/events/763989487269767/ Now in its third year running, this year includes Scottish Clan and Society information tents around Nathan Phillips Square and free hot chocolate and shortbread. If you do not have skates, they can be rented from the Nathan Phillips Square skate rental building for CASH only at the following rates: Children 12 and under: $5.00 Adults: $10.00 Skate Sharpening: $8.00 Helmets: $5.00 Prices are based on a 2 hour rental Note that for skate rental there is a deposit of a valid drivers license, passport, Health Card or any government issued ID with a picture for the duration of the rental. Information from - http://nathanphillipssquareskaterentals.com/ Be sure to dress warmly, but in kilt or something with tartan on it if you wish.

  • Winter Session Beginner Dance Classes - Toronto Central

    Eastminister United Church

    Come learn Scottish Country Dancing! This session runs for 10 weeks (Jan 10 - Mar 18) at the price of $100 per person. Check out http://www.dancescottish.ca/Lessons.html for more information. The RSCDS Toronto Association offers Scottish Country Dance classes for adults of all ages and dancing abilities, including those who are just beginning, those who have danced for decades, and everyone in between. Come join us and share the wonderful experience of Scottish Country Dance! The Level 1 dancer learns the five basic steps of Scottish country dance, and some of common formations. These elements are combined in simple dances that incorporate the steps and formations taught. After 10 weeks you’ll be fully equipped to join in the fun of the annual Family Christmas Dance with live music, and a crowd of experienced dancers eager to be your partner. Colin Philip is the Thursday evening’s RSCDS teacher. He was a teenage member of the fabled Georgina Finlay dance demo team. Colin loves to share his joy in Scottish Country Dance with beginners. He knows it will keep you fit, it will make you new friends — it may even change your life!

  • Winter Session Beginner Dance Classes - North Toronto

    St. Leonard's Anglican Church

    Come learn Scottish Country Dancing! This session runs for 10 weeks (Jan 7 - Mar 18) at the price of $100 per person. Check out http://www.dancescottish.ca/Lessons.html for more information. The RSCDS Toronto Association offers Scottish Country Dance classes for adults of all ages and dancing abilities, including those who are just beginning, those who have danced for decades, and everyone in between. Come join us and share the wonderful experience of Scottish Country Dance! The Level 1 dancer learns the five basic steps of Scottish country dance, and some of common formations. These elements are combined in simple dances that incorporate the steps and formations taught. After 10 weeks you’ll be fully equipped to join in the fun of the annual Family Christmas Dance with live music, and a crowd of experienced dancers eager to be your partner. May Divers is the teacher. She has been dancing Scottish since she was a wee lass in her native Scotland. She has previously taught Level 2 Classes and often takes the Calvin social group. Her gentle persuasion, and graceful example will have you dancing before you know it.

  • Winter Session Beginner Dance Classes - Toronto Central

    Eastminister United Church

    Come learn Scottish Country Dancing! This session runs for 10 weeks (Jan 10 - Mar 18) at the price of $100 per person. Check out http://www.dancescottish.ca/Lessons.html for more information. The RSCDS Toronto Association offers Scottish Country Dance classes for adults of all ages and dancing abilities, including those who are just beginning, those who have danced for decades, and everyone in between. Come join us and share the wonderful experience of Scottish Country Dance! The Level 1 dancer learns the five basic steps of Scottish country dance, and some of common formations. These elements are combined in simple dances that incorporate the steps and formations taught. After 10 weeks you’ll be fully equipped to join in the fun of the annual Family Christmas Dance with live music, and a crowd of experienced dancers eager to be your partner. Colin Philip is the Thursday evening’s RSCDS teacher. He was a teenage member of the fabled Georgina Finlay dance demo team. Colin loves to share his joy in Scottish Country Dance with beginners. He knows it will keep you fit, it will make you new friends — it may even change your life!