English Country Dancing is one of the most social and elegant forms of dance. This group consists of dancers and enthusiasts - of all levels - coming together to build a circuit of balls and workshops.
Latest Activity: Apr 29
Started by The Alliance. Last reply by Debra Donaldson Apr 29.
The North Grenville Historical Society now has a Second Edition Cecil Sharp English Country Dance book. If there is enough interest, they'll scan it for people to see! Let…Continue
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Started by Alicia Wanless. Last reply by Michael Berk Apr 24.
We've enhanced our dancing activities for the Bicentennial Heritage Fair - adding more…Continue
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Started by The Alliance Feb 6.
The group in Ottawa is quite active. For a list of their dances, please visit their site at: www.ottawaenglishdance.orgContinue
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Started by The Alliance Jan 24.
We're just dancing up a storm on the St. Lawrence. Morrisburg is now offering a class as well - very…Continue
We're having a potluck dinner after this week's class in Spencerville.
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our friend and dancing mentor, Angela Kilby. She is missed. Our thoughts and prayers are with Nigel who remains in hospital.
Spencerville is hosting free English Country Dance practice sessions for beginners every Tuesday, 7-9pm at the Town Hall, upstairs. Bring comfortable, non-slippery shoes and a partner, if you can.
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