Get hooked on Scottish Country Dancing
by Barbara McQuillan :)
Come and do Scottish Country Dancing. It is a social dance in groups. Scottish Country Dancing can be considered as an elegant form of barn dancing like ballroom dancing is the elegant form of dancing in a nightclub. It is fun with a bit of grace.
We are a small social club of mostly beginners and we have a mix of teacher evenings and social evenings. You don’t need to be Scottish. You don’t need to bring a partner. All you need is a pair of soft shoes. It costs no more than a cup of coffee and a biscuit – which you get anyway. And to encourage you to come back your second night is free.
We meet at the Bullbrook Community Centre in Bracknell, Berkshire, on Thursday nights at 8pm from September to May. The hall has a sprung wooden floor just right for dancing on. Come any night. Phone 0118 979 3024 or click e–mail:contact if you’d like to know more, we’d love to hear from you.
End of Season May 31st
Dress up, bring a plate of finger food. Have fun.
We'll be dancing in June even though we have the end of season at the end of May!
St John’s Children’s Class.
Fun for boys and girls on Saturday mornings in Crowthorne, see Notice. Run by a certified teacher. Contact Deborah on 01344 776831.
Prefer to dance during the day rather than in the evening?
The U3A has Scottish Country Dance classes twice a month in Camberley at 2pm on Tuesdays.
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