(Related sites around Saskatchewan)
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 Regina Branch is the province’s newest branch.
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 Saskatchewan Scottish Country Dancers‘ Facebook page: promoting the Branch 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 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.
(Related sites in Western Canada)
The Calgary Highland Games With the first games held in 1913, this is one of the oldest gatherings in North America.
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 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 haven’t met!
Nanaimo Scottish Country Dancers Come along, have fun and be involved in an inexpensive dancing environment for everyone.
The Naramata Scottish Country Dancers is a social dancing club. Don’t worry about bringing along a partner.
The Oceanside Scottish Country Dancers: welcome new members, whether you are an experienced dancer or have never danced.
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 St. Andrew-Caledonian Society of Calgary helps promote Scottish Culture in the Calgary area, including Scottish Country Dance classes.
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!
(Related sites in the North-western US)
The Bellingham Scottish Country Dancers are a diverse group of people of all ages, backgrounds, and abilities who enjoy dancing, music and building lasting friendships.
The Caledonian & St. Andrew’s Society of Seattle enjoy Scottish country dancing every Monday night from September to July.
The Heather and the Rose Country Dancers is a state-wide network of dance groups in Oregon which teach both English and Scottish country dance.
The Portland Oregon Branch teaches and dances the social dances of Scotland and promote interaction and friendship with nearby RSCDS branches.
The Seattle Branch offers opportunities to dance, learn, practice and enjoy the country dances of Scotland through classes, parties, workshops and special events.
Skagit Scottish Country Dancers Skagit County is located in the northwest portion of Washington State.
Southwest Washington State Dance Scottish! For fun, fitness, and friendship. Move to the Music!
The Spokane Scottish Country Dancers perpetuate traditional Scottish ancestral heritage and culture through Scottish country dance.
Thistle and Ghillies is a lively and welcoming Scottish country dance group.
The Twin Cities Branch is an organization of individuals interested in learning and participating in the art of Scottish country dancing.
(Related sites across Canada)
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.
(Related sites world-wide)
BBC Scotland provides the latest information about people and events around the country.
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.
Frequently Asked Questions an on-line guide to Scotland which contains hundreds of pages of information.
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 Scotland Scottish music, Folk & Celtic CDs & DVDs with mp3 music samples. Sheet music & books.
my.strathspey is a community site for friends of Scottish country dancing.
The National Library of Scotland provides access to books, newspapers, journals, articles and e-resources on virtually ever subject.
The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society preserves and promotes Scotland’s traditional country dances and their music.
Scotland.com – information about subjects such as news, weather, travel, lifestyle, classifieds, culture, history and entertainment.
The Scotland Magazine showcases the country’s stunning landscapes and natural beauty, and delves deep into Scottish history.
The Scots Language Centre aims to help you in any matters related to Scots language.
The Scottish Country Dance Database contains information about dances, formations, people, publications, albums, recordings and tunes.
The 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.
Take the Floor is the longest-running radio programme in Scotland, dating back to the 1930s. it features top dance bands, individual musicians and vocalists from across the country.
Traditional Arts – Culture Scotland (TRACS) – storytelling, music and dance.
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