We dance on Wednesday nights at the Victoria Club (1300 Victoria Avenue) in Regina from 6:45-9:00 pm from early September to the end of May. New dancers are all welcome! Our first night of dancing this year is on Wednesday, September 7.
Covid restrictions: We will be wearing masks until further notice. Please bring your own mask. Hand sanitizer will be provided but bring your own if you wish. We will comply with any current provincial restrictions in effect.
Information for new members:
What is Scottish Country Dancing?
Scottish Country Dancing is a traditional form of social dancing practiced around the world. It is a great opportunity for fun, friendship and fitness while enjoying lively music. The Regina Scottish Country Dancers are part of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (RSCDS), based in Edinburgh, Scotland. The RSCDS is an international society with membership on all continents.
How do the classes work?
We meet Wednesday evenings at 6:45pm-9:00pm from September to May. The aim of the group is social activity, rather than performance or competition. The classes begin with warmup, basic formations, and easy dances. The remainder of the class focuses on new and familiar dances.
Can anyone join?
Dancing is open to all levels of experience and you do not need a partner. If you have concerns about physical limitations, please discuss with our teachers; our aim is to encourage the enjoyment of dancing.
What to bring?
Wear comfortable clothing and soft-soled shoes (not sneakers). Dancers typically wear ghillies (a soft lace-up dance shoe) or ballet slippers. Bring a bottle of drinking water.