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Stirling Scottish Dancers

 

Scottish Dancing in the valley

Welcome to our home page!

Our instructor, Ms. Aislinn Kenyon, thanks you for taking time to look into a unique dance form.

We as a non-competitive school are here to help our students explore the rich and beautiful activity of traditional Scottish dancing. Our goal is to equip all of our dancers with the skills necessary to execute dances originating from the early 1700's.

Events


Nov. 9th 2018   Ms. Kenyon along with Kassie Clark (left) and Melissa McDermid (centre) performing Blair Atholl Swords at the Remembrance Day Assembly for Godson Elementary.

Nov. 9th 2018

Ms. Kenyon along with Kassie Clark (left) and Melissa McDermid (centre) performing Blair Atholl Swords at the Remembrance Day Assembly for Godson Elementary.

 
 

Navigating the Site


About

Read a bit about the instructor's background and a brief history of Highland and Scottish Country Dancing.                                          


contact

Send a message to our instructor with any questions you might have. Feel free to ask for a scheduled meeting where you can meet Ms. Kenyon and get more information.


class information

Find out what you can expect from the classes, and use it to determine which level the student should be placed in. 


newsletters

To save on paper, all newsletters for dancers will be available on the site to keep up on school events.


registration and Fees

Fill out a basic registration form that will be sent directly to the instructor. You will then receive a full registration package to get you started!


mc dance academy

The Stirling Scottish Dancers is working in collaboration with another local dance school, MC Dance Academy, Ms. Kenyon had the privilege of dancing with the owner's daughter for many years in their early dancing careers. 

 

 
 
In country dances, all are alike partakers of the pleasure - there are no silent, envious gazers - no sullen critics to mar the amusement, or intimidate its votaries - joyous gaiety animates every countenance, and, while pleasure beams in every eye, the young and old are equally employed in forming the mazy circlets of the dance.”
— Robert and Joseph Lowe - 1822