Seattle Branch
Royal Scottish Country Dance Society

2014

We offer opportunities to dance to, learn, practice and enjoy the country dances of Scotland through Classes, Parties, Workshops and Special Events.

We hold classes in Scottish Country Dancing for beginners through advanced at several locations in the greater Seattle area.  We also have monthly parties, special occasion  events,  and host the Fort Worden Scottish Country Dance Weekend Workshop annually  in September.

Class Schedule   Dance Calendar

Many of our major events have photos for you to enjoy.  Go to Photo Album and take a look - see what we are all about.

 June 18, 2014  John Drewry, of international fame amongst Scottish Dancers, has passed away at the age of 91 Yrs.  He will be long remembered by us all as we continue to dance his famous dances.

We are people of all ages and backgrounds who enjoy music, dancing, and good company. No prior dance experience is necessary to get started with this dancing style and partners are not required.  It's a great way to meet new people socially and keep active physically.

Interested in trying Scottish Country Dancing? Come by yourself or with a friend. You need not be Scottish to enjoy the fun.  Wear flat, soft-soled shoes without heels and come have a good time.  A kilt is not required!  As you begin to master Scottish dances, you will become familiar with reels, strathspeys and jigs and master a Poussette, pas de basque and an allemande.  Look at our class locations for the one you are nearest to and come try this traditional dance form.  On our dance calendar you will see where we are dancing next.

If you are looking for scholarship assistance for one of our workshops go to the Membership page of this website.

Scottish Country Dancing is the traditional ballroom dancing of Scotland. The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (RSCDS), based in Edinburgh, was founded in 1923 to preserve this joyful, social dance tradition. Since then Scottish Country Dancing has spread all over the world. Visit their site to find out about world wide happenings.

Did you ever go to a Scottish event where the whole group linked hands at the end of the evening and sang Auld Lang Syne?  We often do.  Here are the words to Auld Lang Syne.  We promise you that you will meet new folks who are passionate about dancing.  Come Join Us.

 Updated 06/19/14