News  -   From Glasgow Branch

Covid-19: All classes and Dances cancelled from March 2020 till end August.
    Updates and information on Branch activites will appear here. 

AGM 2020  scheduled for 14 May 2020 delayed due to COVID-19:    Minutes of AGM 2019 - confirmed at AGM 2020
    Current Committee members agreed to remain in post unitl the AGM.

AGM by Proxy - This took place on 29 June at 19.00. 
All members were invited to take part.  The closing date was 25 June 2020 and the large response was appreciated. 
Minutes of RSCDS Glasgow Branch AGM held on 29 June 2020    See your new Committee Members - all photos uploaded!

 

Other News stories below.    Do send in your own for inclusion! 

12 May 2020Limerick Day

National Limerick Day is set on 12th May 2020 to mark the birthday of Edward Lear, the English writer known for his works of nonsensical prose and poetry.  Contribution by Branch Member, Margaret Tough, to mark the day.

Today is the twelfth of May
What better than to dance a strathspey
But if a jig or a reel
Describes how you feel
Then just dance to acknowledge the Day.

14 March 2020Glasgow Music Festival 2020

One of our last RSCDS Glasgow Branch activities until further notice .......

A great day had by all teams taking part in the dancing 💃 , but for those of us watching a delight to see both adults and children dancing with such enthusiasm.  Thanks to Susan Ewington and her team for the organisation and help on the day.

                 

All coupled with the beautiful music 🎶 of Màrtainn Skene.    Well done to the Glasgow winners!

Finally to top it all off - an impromptu dance at the end between Glasgow and New Scotland dancers. What fun!

      

25 January 2020At the Saturday dance

Durng this very relaxing dance we enjoyed some entertainment.  Three young dancers demonstrated their dancing skills - excellent.  Later two other solo presentations, of revelant Burns flavour, were much appreciated. 
This one was caught on camera.     A 'wee' demonstration of how to dance Postie's Jig when you only have seven dancers.  Obvious - you enlist the help of the 'Broom of Bon Accord' in his best outfit.  The passing of the Broom from dancer to dancer was neatly done and added to the overall 'fun' performance.  Our thanks to all the 'entertainers'.

              

Photos: Meg Barrowman

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