Who are we?

We are the Medicine Hat Scottish Country Dancers, a branch of The Royal Scottish Country Dance Society.



Try something new! All welcome! No partner required.

For more information, contact Eric or Elizabeth, 403-527-4708.

Weekly Classes: Wednesday, 7:00 p.m. September to April, in the gym at St. John's Presbyterian Church, downtown at 504 Second St. SE (side entrance). WE HAVE CURRENTLY CANCELLED OUR CLASSES DUE TO COVID-19 PRECAUTIONS. WE ARE PLANNING TO RE-START OUR ACTIVITIES IN SEPTEMBER 2022.

Annual Membership:

Includes instruction and membership in the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society and semi-annual periodical. It also includes partial financial support to attend approved out-of-town workshops. Come out and see what's it about, first month is free.

Single membership is $40

Member and spouse is $70

Youth (12-17) is $15

Young adult (18-24) is $20

Only requirement: flat, comfortable shoes.

What is Scottish Country Dancing?

Scottish Country Dancing is a very old form of social dancing, once common across Europe but preserved in Scotland into modern times. Some aspects of Scottish Country Dancing form the basis of square dancing in North America.

We have an ongoing program of instruction in Scottish Country Dancing, as well as regular social activities. Whether you have never danced before or are an experienced Scottish Country Dancer, you are welcome to join us.

There are no strangers here, just friends you haven't met.

Where is Medicine Hat?

Medicine Hat is located in the south-eastern corner of Alberta, Canada.


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