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Updated September 2020

RSCDS Cornwall Branch membership is now due for 2020/21. To join or renew your membership please complete the on-line form.

To continue to receive your Scottish Country Dancer Magazine membership fees need to be paid by 16th September – Next Magazine is due out on 1st October.

 

Although we are still sadly unable to dance due to the current restrictions of the Covid-19 pandemic, belonging to the RSCDS and supporting the organisation that helps keep Scottish country dancing alive is excellent value for money at only £1.50 per month for single members and less than £1.25 each for joint membership.

RSCDS Head Office has worked incredibly hard since the beginning of lockdown, compiling a weekly “Dance Scottish at Home” electronic newsletter with plenty to keep us amused, providing a regular music Podcast introduced by Ian Muir, Musical Director and  a weekly dance session by Zoom hosted by teachers worldwide.  A huge amount of work has been going on behind the scenes to keep us all connected across the wider dancing community.

“A Summer Celebration” (https://www.rscds.org/events/dance-scottish-summer-celebration) which ran daily during what would have been week 2 of Summer School was a wonderful mix of memories of international gatherings, music workshops, dance classes and on Saturday a virtual dance to enjoy.

 

I realise that none of this replaces the fun of dancing with friends, the social side and friendship made through dance is so important, but I am sure many of us now know a lot more about the history of dancing as well as understanding the choice of tunes for particular dances and how and why dances were devised.

 

It is unlikely that dancing in Cornwall will resume before January 2021, however watch this space for updates.

 

Date for your diaries 

Friday 13th November 2020 at 7.30pm–  RSCDS Cornwall Branch AGM

Due to recent restrictions in the number of people able to meet indoors and outside we will no longer be able to hold our AGM in a hall.

The Branch Committee held a meeting on Saturday 3rd October by Zoom and decided that the AGM will be held by Zoom on the date above. The Membership Secretary will be in touch with all branch members in due course to provide all the necessary information needed to conduct a virtual AGM

 

 

 

Dancing in 2021

The Committee is still very keen to run the Newquay Residential Weekend 19th -21st March  2021 and the Haggis Thrash in May and we are working towards holding these events.  We hope we will be able to enjoy dancing again by then.

 

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