|Last updated Apr. 13, 2017|
Classes are held for an approximate 33-week season, Tuesday evenings from
September to May. Prospective dancers are welcomed with a Newcomers' Dance to
start the year and both Beginner and Experienced classes join for a combined warm-up and a simple dance before their individual classes. Monthly social dances
on Friday evenings are popular as well.
The annual potluck Christmas party and traditional Burns' Supper (catered) are well attended. May 2016 will mark the 32nd annual Stony Lake Weekend, Peterborough's dance workshop and ball with live music by Fred Moyes. This event attracts dancers from a wide area of Ontario and the eastern United States.
PSCDS dancers participate regularly in numerous local demonstrations for major civic events. They have participated in the annual Dragon Boat Races, the opening of the City's Millennium Park (riverfront site of PSCDS summer dancing in June and July), and the municipal observance of the Queen's Golden Jubilee, as well as entertaining residents of Peterborough's many retirement communities, among others.
If you wish to see a copy of the PSCDS constitution please email a request to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact the secretary of the club.
Class nights, Social Dances and fees
Tuesday classes for adults run from 7:00 to 9:15 p.m. with fees of $60.00 in both September and January
or $110.00 in September for the whole season. The first night is free for new dancers. Students over 12 years of age pay $45.00 for the whole season or $25.00 in
both September and January. Classes are held at All Saints Anglican Church Parish Hall (see map).
Social dances, held from 7:30 to 10:30 p.m. Fridays, are currently $5.00 per person. These are held at St. John's Anglican Church hall (see map).
Summer dancing, from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. Tuesdays in June and July, $2.00 for members, free for "newcomers".
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