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Isle of Thanet Scottish Country Dance Group


Next Events

TEA DANCE

Dance Poster

AUTUMN DANCE

Dance Poster

To contact the Ticket Secretary click the following link and send an email

islethanet15(at)kass.org.uk

Click here for the Minicrib (docx) for the dance.
Click here for the Minicrib (pdf) for the dance.

Click here for a poster for the dance.


Club News:


Autumn Dance

26th October 2019 Minster in Thanet Village Hall

Ceilidh

14th December 2019 Minster in Thanet Village Hall (note: change of date and venue)

New Year Dance

4th January 2020 Minster in Thanet Village Hall

Winter Dance

22nd February 2020 Minster in Thanet Village Hall

Spring Ball

25th April 2020 The Centre, Birchington Tickets in advance

Dancing to the Caledonian Reelers

Summer Dance

13th June 2020 Minster in Thanet Village Hall

Autumn Dance

24th October 2020 Minster in Thanet Village Hall

Ceilidh

12th December 2020 Minster in Thanet Village Hall (note: venue)

DANCE Classes

The main focus of the club is Wednesday evenings, with a beginners class from 7 - 7.45 p.m., and a general class from 7.45 - 9.30 p.m.

We meet at Holy Trinity & St John's C. of E. Primary School, St John's Road, Margate.

We meet most Wednesday evenings from the end of September to the end of June during term time.



Autumn Term:
18th September 2019 to 11th December 2019 (no class on 23rd October).

Winter Term:
8th January 2020 to 25th March 2020 (no class on 19th February).

Spring Term:
22nd April 2020 to 1st July 2020 (no class on 27th May).

Costs

The fees per term are £18.00 plus £1 membership, however, to pay per night it is £3.00 plus £1.00 for the membership fee.

Events

Throughout the year we run four dances, a ball and a Ceilidh on Saturday nights at local venues.

In addition the members of the society can participate in the many dances and events run by the other members of KASS. This provides a very full and active programme.

About the Society

On the 12th September 1979, the Isle of Thanet Scottish Country Dancers were formed as an independent club. Prior to that time the group were part of the Hilderstone Further Education College.

Three different homes, six chairmen and over thirty years later the club is going strong, with membership fluctuating over the years, it has remained at a fairly healthy level of 40 to 50 members.

Contact

To contact the Isle of Thanet Scottish Country Dance Group and find out more about their activities click the following link and send an email here.

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