Waipu Scottish Country Dancing Club
Beginners Day 24 March
Doors open 9.30
Classes 10-12 amd 12.30-2.30
Easy Socal 3-5pm
$15 includes lunch and afternoon tea
You will be taught by an international teacher who loves to share her love of dancing. A great chance to learn the basics or revise some basic steps so that when your feet start tapping next time – you can join in the fun.
A fantastic summer day for this year’s games in the Caledonian Park. Thousands turned up to enjoy the day out. I spent a happy day watching the Fiddling Competition and the Tartan in the Park, only sneaking out to watch the massed pipe bands and highland fling and buy a scottish pie. This year there was shade for the fiddling competition watchers which was great.
Scroll down for photos by Sandra Bogart (Fiddling and Fashion) nd Marilyn Cox and daughter Ina of Bream Bay News – did you know you can read it online?
Sandra Bogart’s photos of the Fiddling and Fashion at Waipu games
A mix of music and dance, offers of “items” welcome $5.00 per person with a small plate for the supper table $2.00 for accompanied children Enquiries to Steve or Elaine 432 0532
N.B. The term “Homespun” is meant to indicate that on this occasion we don’t have internationally renowned visiting musicians – but watch this space.
Our regular Monday evening country dancing club is now being run as Ceilidh Capers – 7.00 – 8.00 (all welcome no experience neceeesary) Social time – 8-8.30 p.m. Scottish Country Dancing 8.30 – 9.30
Fiddler Gregor Borland and Accordion player Sandy Brechin will be performing at a Ceilidh Organised by the Waipu Scottish Country Dancing Club.