Monday  Night Classes – 7:30 to 9:30 at the Scottish Cultural Centre


Fall Term:   September 9 to December 9, 2019
(Holidays October 14 & November 11 – no classes)

There will be two class levels:
Beginner/ Intermediate (Level 1) with teacher Katherine Shearman
Higher Intermediate / Experienced (Level 2) with teacher Mary Murray

Fees:  $78 per term or $8 Drop-in

 All dancers require RSCDS membership
See our Branch Membership page under the “About Us” tab


                Wednesday Night at the Centre – 7:30 to 9:30 pm


Classes start September 11, 2019

The Wednesday night class will review dances for upcoming socials and will offer a few special nights. To share the fun and introduce our teachers to everyone, different teachers are scheduled for each evening.

Check the website & calendar of events for themes for other Wednesday Evening Dancing. These classes are open to all dancers who are familiar with the steps and basic formations of Scottish Country Dancing.  Wednesday Fall 2019 Schedule

Fees:  $78 per term or $8 Drop-in

 Scottish Cultural Centre,  8886 Hudson Street, Vancouver

Send Email Message to Fran Caruth or call 604.922.6842


Step Dance is back in the Fall 2019

There will be another series of  “soft shoe” Step Dance classes this Fall with live music led by Janet Wright.

This is an energetic class for intermediate or advanced dancers with experience in Scottish Country, Highland, Irish or Ballet.

All classes will be in the Caberfeidh room at the Scottish Cultural Centre of Saturday afternoons from 1 pm to 3 pm.

Intro/review class: Saturday, October 12  – Cost $15

Series of 3 classes: Saturdays,  November 9, 16 & 30
Cost for 3 classes $45

Teacher: Kay Sutherland
Contact me at 604.929.2745 or


Click below for the video of the Step Dancers
(also part of the RSCDS Vancouver Branch Demonstration Team)
perform at the Branch 2019 Burns Supper.

Falls of Shin


The Cranachan Ladies Step Dance Performance Group performed at the
Studio Theatre, Shadbolt Centre on
Saturday, September 10, 2016
as part of the 2016 Canada Korea Literary Festival.

Photo courtesy of Patsy Jamieson