- Hamilton Scottish
- Hauraki Thames
- Lochiel (Hamilton)
- Mount Maunganui
- Te Awamutu
Dance at the Cambridge club
We meet on Wednesday evenings at St Andrew's Church Hall, Hamilton Road, Cambridge at 7.15 pm.
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Further details can be seen in our club flyer.
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For more information, send an email to Marylin Shepherd (Tel: 07 827 6142).
Dance at the Hamilton Scottish club
Established in 1951 and still having fun!!
Our weekly club night is on Wednesdays at the YWCA Hall, Cnr Pembroke and Clarence Streets, Hamilton.
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Beginners and children 7:00-8:15pm with experienced dancers continuing to 9:30pm.
New dancers of all ages (7 years to 70 years and beyond) are most welcome. No experience or partners required.
For more information, please email Pam Godfrey or telephone her on 07 854 4081.
Dance at the Hauraki/Thames club
Our Start dates for next year are:
Tuesday 7 Feb 2017
"Have a Go!" Beginners Class: 2.30 - 3.30 pm Weekly
St James Hall Pahau St Thames. View a map
Thursday 16 Feb 2017
Club Night: 6.30 - 8.30pm Weekly
Citizens Band Hall Queen St Thames. View a map
The contact phone numbers are:
Tuesday afternoons tutor - Olina Carter - 09 232 7672 or 021 619916
Thursday evenings tutor - Glenda Hammond 07 280 0631 or 0274 873 008
Dance at the Katikati club
We meet at St Peter’s Anglican Church, cnr Beach Rd & Carisbrooke St, Katikati, Monday afternoons, from 1.00pm to 3.00pm, for relaxed Scottish Country Dancing. The door charge is $4.00.
No special clothes are required, but ladies are encouraged to wear a street style skirt. Special dancing pumps are not a requirement but light flat shoes are recommended. The dancing is low impact, and each dance is walked through beforehand.
Dancing is good for both the mind and the body, and you will enjoy the music. Our tutor, Lynne Hudson is very gentle and kind.
No need for a partner. Suitable for young and old alike. Just come along and have fun.
Want to find out more? Call Fiona, phone 07 548 1997, or email Katikati@dancescottish.org.nz
Dance in Hamilton East
We meet on Tuesday evenings at the St John's Methodist Church Hall, Wellington St, Hamilton East at 7.00 pm. Children and families welcome as well as adults.
Find out more about our club by sending an email to the secretary (Tel: 07 856 3759).
Dance in Mount Maunganui
We meet on Wednesday evenings at the Senior Citizens' Hall, 345 Maunganui Road, Mt Maunganui.
The evening begins at 7.00pm when we practice steps and formations, followed by general dancing from 7.30pm.
Find out more about our club by sending an email to Lynne Hudson (Tel: 07 573 5055).
Dance at the Opotiki club
We meet on Thursday evenings, from 7 to 9 pm, at Waiotahi Hall, on the main road to Opotiki.
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We are a club that has been dancing since 2002 and are lucky to have two experienced teachers who share the teaching. We welcome all dancers to join us whether you are new to dancing or visiting the sunny Eastern Bay.
If you would like to know more about us, send an email to Victoria Radley (Tel: 07 315 4742).
Dance at the Rotorua club
Everyone is welcome to our classes which cater for all levels from complete beginners to experienced dancers, including children from about 8 years accompanied by an adult.
Classes are held on Monday evenings from 7.15 until 9.15 in the hall adjoining the Maranatha Centre (My Family Wellness Centre) on the corner of Devon Street and Old Taupo Road. View a map.
There is a weekly fee of $4, but newcomers are welcome to try it out for an evening at no charge. Just turn up (no need to come with a partner), but bring some light, flat shoes if you have them. Give us a call first if there is anything you are unsure about.
Dance with the Taupo SCD Group
Thursday afternoons: 2pm to 3.30pm
St. Paul’s Union Church Hall, corner Tamamutu St. & Rifle Range Rd, Taupo.
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Our informal group was started in 1997 as a U3A group by a Scottish woman who found that only one or two of those attending knew anything about Scottish Country Dancing. We’ve come a long way since then, giving demonstrations and entertaining at various functions and Rest homes, and, as you can see, also enjoy dancing on the lawn on Robert Burns night.
Your first afternoon is free, and thereafter a weekly contribution of $3 towards Hall hire and music; comfortable clothes, light soft footwear and a smile is all that is required.
To make enquiries email us on firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone Margaret 07 3784904.
Visitors and newcomers are very welcome. Do come and have a go!
Dance at the Tauranga club
The Tauranga Club caters for all levels of dancers from absolute beginners, including children from the age of 10, through to very experienced dancers.
The Club meets for classes every Monday night from 7.30 pm until 10.00 pm at the St John’s Anglican Church Hall, 94 Bureta Road, Otumoetai, Tauranga.
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Our dancing year runs from the first Monday night in March through until the first Monday night in December.
Beginner Classes are usually held through the month of February from 7.30 pm until 9.30 pm and often extend through until May/June for an hour ahead of Club dancing when this starts in March. Partners are welcome but not essential!
There is a weekly Door Fee of $3.00 per night but visitors and newcomers are welcome at no charge for the first evening. The Club Subscription of $35.00 falls due after the AGM which is held mid to late September.
No special clothes are required, but ladies are encouraged to wear a street style skirt however. Special dancing pumps are not a requirement but light flat shoes are recommended.
Find out more about us by phoning Heather (07) 579 1556 or Mary (07) 571 2509 or emailing Heather
Dance at the Te Awamutu club
Our weekly club night is held each Thursday at 7.30pm, finishing at around 9.30pm when we enjoy a cuppa together. The evening caters for all levels of Scottish Country Dancers - beginners to experienced and children from around 8 years old.
On the first Thursday of the month, we meet at the Methodist Church Hall, Bank St, Te Awamutu. View a map
On all subsequent weeks, we meet at St Bride's Anglican Hall, Haerehuka St, Otorohanga. View a map
If you haven't tried Scottish Dancing before it would be great to see you. Your first night is free and thereafter there is a nightly fee of $5. It is not necessary to bring a partner - a pair of light shoes is all that is required. Of course if you have danced previously but haven't been for a while it would be great to see you also.
For more information, send an email to Agnes Algra or telephone her on 07 873 6067.
Dance at the Tokoroa club
The Tokoroa Club extend a welcome to everyone from the age of six regardless of their dancing experience (or their lack of it).
Club Nights are held each Thursday in the Amisfield School Hall, Moffat Road, Tokoroa.
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Junior dancers (6+ years) meet for classes from 6.30pm to 7.30pm and adults dance from 7.30 until 9.45pm with a break for a cuppa around 8.30pm.
The club has some soft footwear (pumps) which can be hired each night.
Find out more about our club by sending an email to Joy Morgan or telephone 07 886 7733.
Dance at the Whakatane club
We meet on Wednesday mornings, from 9.30 am to 11.30 am, at the RSA dance floor, Richardson Street, Whakatane.
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We are a small group of ten dancers with a very experienced teacher. We welcome all dancers to join us whether you are new to dancing or visiting the sunny Eastern Bay.
Find out more about our club by sending an email to Margaret Meredith (Tel: 07 308 8457).