Saskatoon Scottish Country Dancers

The Saskatoon Group was formed in 1954 by two young ladies, Nan Frame and Nan Reid, who gathered a group and began dancing in Nan Reid’s basement.  The next year, the Saskatoon group became affiliated with the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society.  (From Let’s Dance – A History of Scottish Country Dancing in Saskatchewan.)

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

When and Where
We meet Wednesdays at 7:30 p.m. from early September to late May in the All Saints Anglican Church Hall,
1801 Lorne Ave., Saskatoon SK  S7H 1Y5.

    • Masks will be required.  Masks and hand sanitiser will be available.
    • Bring a water bottle and soft-soled shoes (no street shoes, socks or bare feet)
    • Fees 1st year $150.00.

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Quality Instruction
We are fortunate to have two
teachers; Jean Gibson and Bev Will, who volunteer to provide wonderful training.
Learn more about:
Saskatoon as a
municipality, as a tourist destination, as an interesting community and
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demonstration of Scottish country dancing as entertainment at your next business or social function.

The Saskatoon logo, designed by Kathleen Cunningham, depicts the rampant lion surrounded by a Celtic knot inside the name of the club.  All that rests on a bed of thistle, wheat stalks and Saskatoon berries. The moto ‘Dannsa Gu Madainn’ translates from Gaelic as “Dance Until Morning”.

For more information about the Saskatoon Scottish Country Dancers, contact us by e-mail at saskatoon@rscdssask.org.