Holiday & Hogmanay Ceilidh December 10, 2018 Metro Baptist Church
Scotia Dancers will be hosting a ceilidh, an evening of delightful, easy party dances for everybody to help celebrate the holiday season and prepare to ring in the new year. This event is a great opportunity to bring your friends and get a taste for Scottish dance. The evening will end with the traditional singing of Auld Lang Syne. Flyer
Westchester Hogmanay December 31, 2018 Elmsford Community Center
The Westchester Scottish Country Dancers present the 2018 Hogmanay New Year's Eve celebration. Join dancers for a great program and a champagne celebration at midnight, to be followed by a delicious Scottish Buffet. Flyer Dance List and Cribs
Robert Burns Night January 24, 2019
The RSCDS New York Branch and Scotia Dancers present a celebration honoring the life and legacy of Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns. The evening's program includes ceilidh dancing for all, country dance and highland dance demonstrations, a toast to the haggis, and of course, the poetry of Robert Burns himself. The evening ends with the traditionally singing of Auld Lang Syne.
New Haven Highland Ball & Brunch Dance March 2-3, 2019 West Hartford Town Hall/Polish National Alliance Park
The RSCDS New Haven Branch presents their annual ball and brunch dance. Formal dinner and dancing will be held at the West Hartford Town Hall. The brunch dance location will held at the Polish National Alliance Park. Save the Date Flyer
Music by Jim Stevenson-Mathews, Mara Shea, & Rebecca McCallum
Tartan Day Parade April 6th, 2019 6th Avenue between W. 45th St. and W. 55th St.
Come join Scotia Dancers, along with the RSCDS New York Branch members, in marching in the annual New York City Tartan Day Parade. It is a wonderful day to celebrate Scottish heritage, dance, and music, and a fun way to share our love of Scottish Country Dance with the city. Meet up time and location to follow. Event website
Kilts & Ghillies Tea Dance April 27, 2019 South Britian Congregational Church
A popular afternoon tea dance, featuring interesting and unusual dances programmed this year by Peter Price and Sandra Bethray. A light supper, desserts, and tea will be served at intermission.
Music by Sharlene Penman's Band
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