Welcome to the Dumfries Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society.
New dancing session
Our adults' classes have now restarted for the 2014/15 session - on Mondays for dancers with experience of steps and formations and on Tuesdays for all levels of dancers, from beginners to experienced. See the Dumfries classes page for full details of the venues and times.
The classes for children and young people, DG Scottish Country Dancers, have also restarted, on Mondays for P1 to P7 and on Wednesdays for P7, secondary and students. Full details of these classes can be found on the Young People page.
Contact Jacqui Briers on 01387 860556 for more information.
We are the local association of an international movement known as the RSCDS. Our main purpose is to enjoy dancing Scottish country dances. The branch was formed in 1947 and currently has around 100 members.
If you are interested in starting to dance, here is the opportunity to take up an activity that provides healthy exercise to keep you fit, mental activity to keep your brain alert and a great social life with people who enjoy dancing to great Scottish music.
What is more, Scottish country dancing is a relatively cheap pastime, there is no need for special dress (though many dancers acquire traditional items) and you do not have to have a partner.