Links

Local
(Related sites maintained by local people or groups)

  • The 96th Highlanders Pipes and Drums preserves and promotes the appreciation of Scottish heritage through highland piping and drumming.
  • Dance Saskatchewan Inc. is committed to the advancement of dance. The Saskatchewan Branch is a DSI member.
  • The Multicultural Council of Saskatchewan raises awareness of the benefits of cultural diversity and the dangers of racism.
  • The Mid-Winter Celtic Festival comes alive to the sounds of Celtic music and dance throughout the day.
  • The Regina Highland Dancing Association exists to promote Scottish Highland Dancing and Scottish Culture in Regina.
  • The Regina Multicultural Council is a recognized leader in the promotion and celebration of cultural diversity.
  • Regina's Mosaic is a collage of culture featuring fascinating traditions, vivid costumes, delectable dishes, music and dance.
  • The Saskatchewan Highland Games and Celtic Festival organizes activities that celebrate Celtic culture and promote skill development.
  • The Saskatchewan Intercultural Association is dedicated to the promotion of fair treatment of all people.
  • Saskatoon Folkfest celebrates Saskatoon's multicultural diversity. Be sure to visit the Scottish Pavilion
  • The Saskatoon Scottish Country Dancers' Facebook page: promoting the club and sharing information with members, friends and the community.
  • The Saskatoon Highland Dancing Association exists to promote the art of Highland Dancing and the Scottish culture.
  • The Saskatoon Highland Games include pipes and drums, highland dancers and the CSAF Canadian Highland Games championship.
  • The SaskCulture works to build a culturally vibrant Saskatchewan.
  • The Scottish Society of Regina is dedicated to promoting Scottish Culture in the Regina area.
  • Sounds of Scotland kindles fond memories of Scotland, Saturdays 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. on Saskatoon's Community Radio CFCR 90.5 FM.

  • Regional
    (Sites related to Scottish country dancing in Western Canada)

  • The Calgary Branch has classes four evenings a week at various locations.
  • The Calgary Highland Games With the first games held in 1913, this is one of the oldest gatherings in North America.
  • The Calgary Scottish Country Dance Society is an RSCDS Affiliate.
  • At the Canmore Highland Games hundreds of participants give their best performances in their quest for excellence.
  • The Comox Valley Scottish Country Dancers Anybody over 16 who enjoys music and wants to dance.
  • The Edmonton Caledonian Branch is a teaching club with three levels of instruction for adults and a children's class.
  • The Edmonton Scottish Country Dance Club is an RSCDS Affiliate.
  • The Edmonton Scottish Society is a community organization for all who are interested in celebrating Scottish heritage.
  • The Gleneagles Scottish Country Dance Club is a social club welcoming new and experienced dancers to participate in all club activities.
  • The Inverglen Scottish Dancers are world renowned for proficiency in ancient highland, ladies step, hard shoe and Scottish country dancing.
  • The Kelowna Scottish Country Dancers To engage in and to encourage the performance and practice of Scottish country dancing.
  • The Lethbridge Scottish Country Dance Club Come and join us any time!
  • The Medicine Hat Branch There are no strangers here, just friends you havenít met!
  • The Nanaimo Scottish Country Dancers keeping active and socializing at the same time.
  • The Naramata Scottish Country Dancers is an RSCDS Affiliate.
  • The Nelson Scottish Country Dancers in the heart of British Columbia's scenic Kootenay Valley.
  • The Oceanside Scottish Country Dancers welcome new members, whether you are an experienced dancer or have never danced.
  • The Port Alberni Scottish Country Dancers is an RSCDS Affiliate.
  • The Red Deer Scottish Country Dancers are friendly, the music is great and it's great exercise for body and brain.
  • The Salt Spring Scottish Country Dancers is a small, friendly club welcoming all interested in the fun and exercise that Scottish dancing provides.
  • The Vancouver Branch has over 300 members who dance at classes in and around Vancouver.
  • The Vancouver Ceilidh is the Vancouver Ceilidh Dancing web page. Read the newsletter at this site.
  • The Vancouver Island Scottish Country Dance Society welcomes visitors to attend all classes located in and around Victoria.
  • The Vernon Scottish Country Dance Group is an RSCDS Affiliate.
  • The White Rock Scottish Country Dance Club Enjoy fellowship and fun in a warm friendly atmosphere.
  • The Winnipeg Branch is a fun, welcoming group of people who love to dance. Read "Light and Airy", its monthly (Sept. to June) newsletter.
  • The Pavilion of Scotland at Winnipeg's Folklorama. - one of Folklorama's most popular pavilions!

  • National
    (Sites for Scottish country dance groups across Canada)

  • The Kingston ON Branch has kindly included a link to our web site on theirs.
  • TACBooks is TAC's bookstore that maintains an inventory of dance books (instructional, history of dance, dancer's health etc).
  • TACSound is the counterpart of TACBooks that supplies music recordings for Scottish country dancing.
  • The Teachers' Association (Canada) - TAC is an association of teachers of Scottish country dancing.
  • The Toronto Branch web site provides information about the numerous groups and events in Toronto and area - and beyond.

  • The Trinity Scottish Country Dance Group has also included a link to our web site on theirs.

  • International
    (Sites about Scottish country dancing world-wide)

  • Campbell's Lists is a compilation of dances that appear frequently on dance programmes worldwide.
  • The Celtic Circle is an information page for Scottish country dancing in continental Europe.
  • DancieMaetion produces movies of animated characters as they perform Scottish country dancing.
  • Grand Chain a resource for Scottish dancers worldwide, including bands, groups, links, hints and tips, dances and more.
  • The Inter-city Scot is an information source about Scottish country dancing activities in North America.
  • Music in Scotland is dedicated to promoting music and musicians with a Celtic connection to a world-wide audience.
  • my.strathspey is a community site for friends of Scottish country dancing.
  • The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society preserves and promotes Scotland's traditional country dances and their music.
  • The Scottish Country Dance Database contains information about dances, formations, people, publications, albums, recordings and tunes.
  • Scottish Country Dancing Dictionary is intended as a reference to the traditional dancing of Scotland.
  • The Scottish Dance Archives lists dances from the Donald Collection held at the Central Library in Edinburgh.
  • The Strathspey Server is a repository of information relating to Scottish country dancing.
  • If you would like a web site added to this list or one of the links above modified, please, contact the Site Administrator.

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