1. Programme composites for Alva, Perth and Troon are still available here -click here for the Alva composite, click here for the Perth composite and click here for the Troon composite. The Pitlochry composite is available on the Pitlochry website - see below.
2 . Prince Charlie’s Quickstep has made it to the Best Dance List. It’s a difficult dance to put into words. Graphics are a great aid for this dance. However the dancers in the SCD Dictionary video DO NOT DANCE BARS 24 TO 40 CORRECTLY.
3. The main thing to remember for Shortbread Fingers (S3x32) are positions NOT people i.e. the RH and LH wheels are ALWAYS done by:- top cple + 2M’s pl AND bott cple + 2W’s pl) and all MUST be ready for the top 2 W’s pls to change with bott two M’s pls. If you remember the foregoing the dance will be easy and enjoyable…….Editor.
4. The Dunfermline summer dance venue is St Ninian’s Church Hall NOT as previously stated in the Community Centre -sorry for any inconvenience - thanks Myra…… Editor.
Formed in 1950 the aim of the Club is to be a Social Dance Club for the Instruction and Practice of Scottish Country Dancing.
The Club is affiliated to the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society.
An RSCDS trained Dance Instructor is available at our weekly meetings during the Winter months in the Netherlee Pavilion in the south side of Glasgow in Scotland.
We strive to maintain an equal number of lady/gentleman dancer members.
All are welcome but a knowledge of the basic steps and formations would be
an advantage. (Beginners classes are available from the Glasgow Branch of the RSCDS).
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