Scottish Country Dancing Classes
Sponsored by the Washington, D.C. Branch
Scottish Country Dancing is a modern form of social dancing based on Scottish dance traditions with roots going back for centuries. Dancers in sets of 3 or more couples work together to dance a series of formations to driving reels, jaunty jigs, snappy strathspeys or lilting slow airs.
Friday Basic Classes cover fundamentals of technique like footwork, handing, and phrasing in a relaxed, laid-back atmosphere. Each evening also includes some easy, fun dances using basic steps and some figures.
For fun! Make new friends, listen to great music, and get some exercise!
You! Classes are open to all. No partner needed! No experience necessary!
Soft-soled shoes and clothing allowing freedom of movement are recommended.
Friday evenings, 8-10 p.m. Class meets twice a month from September - May and once a month from June - August. Schedule subject to change - please contact Yvonne at firstname.lastname@example.org or 703-624-0795 to confirm.
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Building T-39 Aerobics Facility, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD.
Please note that entry into the NIH campus has changed as of August 23, 2008. If you have not been to NIH since then, please check the NIH perimeter access map for directions to the NIH visitor entrance. You may continue to park near Building T-39.
$5 per night
For More Info, Contact Yvonne at