Moose Jaw Scottish Country Dancers

In June 1977, the Secretary of the Moose Jaw Scottish Society asked for someone to teach “The Art of Scottish folk dancing” to their group.  That autumn, a dance group was formed.  (From Let’s Dance – A History of Scottish Country Dancing in Saskatchewan.)  In 2013, the Moose Jaw Scottish Country Dancers became part of the Saskatchewan Branch.

We welcome all dancers (and anyone who wishes to dance).

When and Where
We meet Thursday evenings, 7:00 to 9:00 p.m., from the 2nd Thursday of September until the end of May, in the Timothy Eaton Gardens (Meeting Room), 510 Main St. N.
S6H 3K3.
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Quality Instruction
We, in Moose Jaw, are fortunate to have two t
eachers, Mike Blanchard and Heather Berriault, who volunteer to provide wonderful training.
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