BRING YOUR OWN PICNIC utensils cups and chairs
coffee, tea, sparkling water, beer, wine supplied
50 / 50 DRAW tickets $5 each or 3 for $10
THEATRE TICKETS will be available
== When The Reaper Calls ==
a comedy/thriller by Peter Colley
Victor and Harlan are two philosophy professors who have been friends, rivals and pranksters since their college days.
But while they are vacationing with their wives at a remote cottage in BC, a misjudged prank goes murderously wrong resulting in yet another highly entertaining, yet chilling nightmare.
for October 19, 2023 at Hendry Hall
Saturday May 27, 2023
Afternoon Concert, Sunday May 28, 2023
Ball only tickets are $110 for RSCDS members, $120 for non-RSCDS members
Combined Ball and Concert tickets are $130 for RSCDS members, $140 for non-RSCDS members
Concert only tickets are $30
Calling all dancers and would be dancers!
Ever thought about trying
Scottish Country Dancing?
Now's your chance!
We invite all dancers
with some dancing experience
to join us!
We are taking a break for the summer BUT we will be back in September
Keep your eyes here for information as it happens
to TRY something NEW, something FUN?
INTRODUCTION TO SCOTTISH COUNTRY DANCING
Join us Tuesdays, January 10, to April 11, 2023 7 - 9 pm
at Silver Harbour Centre, North Vancouver - 144 22nd Street East V7L 4L5
Our Introductory Classes are Geared to Beginners - no experience necessary.
You don't need a partner.
You don't need a kilt.
You don't even need a Scottish background.
Full Vaccination Required
1. Do I need to bring a partner or can I come alone?
You do not need a partner. Scottish Country Dancing is done in groups or sets and we move around.
2. What kind of clothes should I wear?
Wear something comfortable and easy to move around in. Flexible shoes with some padding are good to start with. Runners will work for this class.
3. Can I bring friends?
Definitely. You are very welcome and even encouraged to bring friends.
Approximately 45 dancers joined us at the Gleneagles Fall Tea Dance on November 20th. The afternoon dance, which was held in the Peak Room of the new Lions Gate Community Center, was filled with good dancing, fellowship, and fabulous food. It was a particularly special event for Gleneagles - this was our first tea dance in 3 years.
A great big thank you to those who helped make the afternoon special. Alison Moen did a wonderful job selecting the dances and acting as dance MC. The program included 2 dances devised by Simon Scott - 'Father to Son' and the 'Duke and Duchess of Buccleuch'. Brenda Anderson and her team did a great job of organizing the venue, selling tickets and preparing the after dance food. Kerry McDevitt took some memorable pictures. A special thank you to the new dancers who braved this event - Rachel from the Lonsdale Dance Scottish class and Desiree and Brenda from Gleneagles.
Our club gratefully acknowledges the contributions from the District of West Vancouver in supporting Scottish Country dancing in West Vancouver.
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