This class is affilliated to the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society.
Founded in 1979 by Jessie Masheter and Elma Fraser, the class continues to flourish, maintaining good numbers. On average about thirty members.
The class meets in a traditional rural hall. Our Tutor Frances Grant guides us throughout the year and whether you are new to dancing, or have many years of experience, you will be made welcome by the class.
The session lasts around 2 hours with a break around half time for tea/coffee and biscuits.
If you are a beginner dancer we'd encourage you to join near the start of term. More difficult dances will be left for after tea and you may decide to spectate and join in when you feel able.
Casual and intermittent dancers are welcome to the class.

Membership Fees: £50.00 per annum (Membership Fee of £5.00 plus £45.00 for classes throughout the season). Cheques should be made payable to Kilmorack SCDC.
New Members: First 2 weeks free, £3.00 weekly thereafter.

Visitors: £3.00 per night.

We activily encourage everyone to be a class member.
R.S.C.D.S Membership is optional.

Dancers Reeling

Dancing has many benefits for your health

Promotes good memory
Helps us live longer
Keeps our heart healthy
Make friends

Scottish Country Dance is a form of social dance involving groups of dancers tracing progressive patterns according to a predetermined choreography

Our classes run from September to May