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. . . EVENTS

The Society meets most Wednesdays during the season which runs from September to May.

Dance classes currently run from 7.30 - 9.30pm. but other events start at 8pm and may finish at 10.30 or later.

All are welcome, Scots and non - Scots alike. Come and join the fun!
2021                          PROGRAMME                          2022

Sep15
Welcome & AGM

Sat
Jan8
New Year Lunch


22Dance Class


12
Dance Class


29
Dance Class



19
Dance Class

Oct6
Music Quiz (Shared supper)

 Sat

22
Burns' Night


13
Dance Class



26
Dance Class


20
Dance Class


Feb2
Dance Class


27
Dance Class



9
Platinum Party

Nov3
Ceilidh



16
Afternoon Crafting 3pm.


10
Dance Class



23
Fun Quiz (Shared supper)

17
Afternoon Crafting

Mar2
Dance Class


24
Dance Class



9
Dance Class
 Sat

27
St. Andrew's Dinner/Dance



16
Talk (Shared supper)
 Sun

28
St. Andrew's Service



23
Dance Class

Dec1
Dance Class



30
Lunch Out


8
Dance Class


Apr6
Dance Class


15
Christmas Party



13
Skittles Evening







20
Dance Class

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27
Ceilidh






May4
Dance Class







11
AGM



18
Dance Party






Jun
Summer Dancing Starts
For the dancing classes, all that is needed is a pair of soft shoes, plenty of energy and a willingness to 'have a go'. All the dances are walked through first before being danced to music. There are plenty of 'old hands' around to help out and guide you through. Specific steps and formations are practised during the course of an evening.

Annual functions include St.Andrew's Dinner and Dance, Burns' Supper and Spring and Christmas dances.

For non dancers, there are many other functions including the New Year celebration, ceilidhs, games evenings, quiz nights, talks, musical evenings, car rallies and outings.

Photos from some of our previous events are shown below

Hall on Burns' Night                      Addressing the Haggis                           Burns' Night


         Piping the Haggis                                       Auld Lang Syne                                    Some younger members





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