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Learn traditional Scottish dancing on June 8

Sault's own Scottish Country Dancers are hosting a primer at the Masonic Hall
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Scottish Country Dancers are stepping out to the community.

Did you know that Scottish country dancing is the traditional social dance of Scotland, and that it remains popular around the world, including in Budapest, Moscow, Tokyo and Paris?

You can take part in this fun activity right in your community.

The Sault Ste. Marie Scottish Country Dancers dance lively jigs and reels and the distinctively Scottish, very stately, Strathspey.

Looking for an activity that’s fun, social and helps you stay in shape?

Scottish Country Dancing is fun for young, old, and in between, while challenging you both mentally and physically.

No partner is needed because we change partners every dance.

Just bring soft-soled indoor shoes and a water bottle.

We are offering a free Scottish country dancing primer on June 8 at the Masonic Hall, 378 Albert St. E.. in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., from 4-5:30 p.m.

Beginners’ classes will start in the fall, so come and find out why this type of dance remains popular worldwide. For more information or to register for this free session, contact Steve at 705-946-2484 or email