Pittsburgh Scottish Country Dance Society
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Pittsburgh Scottish Country Dancers

A Social Organization dedicated to Preserving Scottish History
Scottish country dance is sometimes called "the ballroom dancing of Scotland" -- it's a social dance form in which square dancing and contra dancing have their origins. It is also a great form of exercise and aerobic activity. It is practiced world-wide -- learn to dance here in Pittsburgh and you can attend social dance events the world over!

Beginners are always welcome! No partner needed; no funny clothes required (in case you've only seen us do costumed demos); no dance experience necessary (everything is taught). If you can walk, you can dance.  Bring soft shoes.

We have frequent parties as well as the twice-weekly classes, plus a gala Highland Ball in the spring.


Be sure to visit our Calendar page for event and class information.
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Come and give Scottish Country Dancing a try!

We have regular classes and social dances on Mondays and Saturdays except during the summer. See the calendar for our fall start dates, as well as for other events.
It is always a good idea to phone before attending for the first time as plans sometimes change.

Cost is $5/evening for members, $7/evening for non-members, $3/evening for full-time students.

Classes begin promptly at 7:00pm with instruction on basic steps and figures suitable for beginners.
We meet Mondays and Saturdays, at:

Grace Episcopal Church
319 West Sycamore Street

Pittsburgh, PA

3 blocks off Grandview Avenue on Mt. Washington

 


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