In place of our regular dance,
with live music by Mavish
(Jaige Trudel, Sarah Russell, Adam Bloome)
and local Callers
starts at 7:30pm on Mar 6th
at the Mlacak Centre
Door Charge (members & non-members): $10
You are invited to a
Tea Dance in Irfôna's memory
1:30 - 4:00pm on Sunday Apr 19th
For more detail
Print the Invitation
If you plan to come please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
next Regular Dance (more...)
with live music by the Playford Players
starts at 7:30pm on Mar 13th
at the Mlacak Centre
Puttin’ on the Dance
POTD2: Hands Across the Border! comes to Ottawa March 20-22, 2015.
Puttin’ On the Dance is a Conference especially for organizers in the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada who produce dance series in the North American and English social dance traditions - contra, square, English Country, Quebecois, Cape Breton, family, community, and gender free.
For more information go to Puttin’ on the Dance
Welcome to Ottawa English Country Dance Club in Canada's capital. We meet September through May weekly in Kanata and twice a month in Westboro. We dance mainly, although not exclusively, traditional English Country dances, many dating from the 17th & 18th centuries.
Dances range from lively dances that would have been danced at English village celebrations years ago, the kind you might have seen at a Barn Dance, to the elegant dances enjoyed by upper classes such as those seen in Pride and Prejudice and other costume dramas.
It is not necessary to bring a partner to any dance but do bring soft soled shoes. No dance experience is required although beginners may prefer to start at one of our regular Beginners Classes. Dress is usually casual although we do host the occasional dress-up events such as the Saturday Ball in our annual 'A Trip to Ottawa' dance weekend.
English Country Dance – Nearby Ottawa
Spencerville English Country Dance
7:00 PM, Every Tuesday
(except during the summer)
- No charge
- All dances taught and called
- Beginners welcome
- No partner necessary
- Casual dress
- Please bring soft-soled, low heel shoes
From Playford to Roodman
In 2015 we will celebrate the bicentennial of the Battle of Waterloo including a new activity called TELL ME ABOUT YOUR PASSION.
It will happen April 18 and 19 at the Old Chapel of Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf, in Montréal
For more information and registration form see the website.
Toronto English Country Dancers
For bulletins on current and upcoming events (social dances, workshops and special events) or to join the mailing list visit:
Toronto English Country Dance Assembly
Fridays, 6:30-9 pm
Regular Caller: Cathy Campbell
with occasional guest callers
Venue: Ralph Thornton Centre
765 Queen Street East
(2 blocks east of Broadview)
For more information email
Maxine Louie email@example.com
Daffodils in the Sun Ball
April 18, 2015 (Winnipeg, Manitoba)
View or print the Registration Form (click) and return by April 1st
For more information email Elizabeth Goossen at firstname.lastname@example.org
CDSS Centennial Tour – Owen Sound
6 days of music & dance Apr 28 – May 3
View or print the Poster for more information