We held our Opening Night Ceilidh on Friday 10th September 2021 – that we can begin our dancing again is due to the success and uptake of the various vaccines on offer.  We sure look forward the possibility of seeing our members and their friends soon.  Because of the very nature of dancing we expect all participants to be able to demonstrate that they have been suitably vaccinated.

We aim to keep everyone as safe as possible whilst enjoying our time dancing. This means, that Margaret will lead us through dances without the necessity without having to do any progressions. There will be enough gels available in case you do touch hands accidentally. We will make sure there is enough ventilation and you can of course wear a mask if you prefer.

Our dancing classes in The Hague run from September to March (possibly with a couple extra in May).  To celebrate the start of our new dancing season, we normally hold an Open Evening on Friday 10th September, being the first Friday evening of the new dancing year.  However, this year as a safety measure we are restricting entry to members and their friends.  The dress code is casual, and entrance is gratis.  There will be a refreshment break of half an hour to relax and chat.

If you are interested in learning Scottish Dancing this was a great opportunity for you to meet the club and try it out for free. There is no obligation, but we do hope that you enjoy yourselves so much that you join us more often, either for our weekly reel club classes or for our other regular events.  No dancing experience is necessary.  No partner is needed, but you are very welcome to bring one,

It was held at The Atrium of the Church of Our Saviour.  This was a new location for us less than a kilometer from Den Haag Centraal Station.  This will be the same location as our weekly Reel Club.

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The Church of Our Saviour is near the centre of Den Haag on the corner of Bezuidenhoutseweg and Koningin Marialaan; its Atrium that our club will use is behind the church on the corner of Koningin Marialaan and Helenastraat.