Ceilidh Dancing

Ceilidh Dancing

Ceilidh dancing is an informal way of dancing socially with accessibility for anyone to get up and join in. These dances are done at special occasions such as weddings and festivals. Many traditional hotels in Scotland entertain their guests with a dance band and an opportunity to join in with ceilidh dancing.

Author and Curator

  • Pat has gone through her teaching exams with the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society and currently teaches the Brunswick, Maine class, having taught for 21 years. She also organizes a demonstration group who perform at various locations in Maine. Having run a Bookstore for dancers in the past, she has accumulated a large collection of dances and music for them. Pat currently is the Past President of the St Andrews Society of Maine.

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