Pittsburgh Scottish Country Dance Society
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Pittsburgh Scottish Country Dancers

A Social Organization dedicated to Preserving Scottish History
Scottish country dance is sometimes called "the ballroom dancing of Scotland" -- it's a social dance form in which square dancing and contra dancing have their origins. It is also a great form of exercise and aerobic activity. It is practiced world-wide -- learn to dance here in Pittsburgh and you can attend social dance events the world over!

Beginners are always welcome! No partner needed; no funny clothes required (in case you've only seen us do costumed demos); no dance experience necessary (everything is taught). If you can walk, you can dance.  Bring soft shoes.

We have frequent parties as well as the twice-weekly classes, plus a gala Highland Ball in the spring.


Be sure to visit our Calendar page for event and class information.


Come and give Scottish Country Dancing a try!

We have regular classes and social dances on Mondays and Saturdays except during the summer. See the calendar for the latest information, as well as for other events.
It is always a good idea to phone before attending for the first time as plans sometimes change.

Cost is $6/evening for members, $7/evening for non-members, $3/evening for full-time students.

Classes begin promptly at 7:00pm with instruction on basic steps, figures, and dances suitable for beginners.
We meet Mondays and Saturdays, at:

Grace Church
319 West Sycamore Street

Pittsburgh, PA, 15211

3 blocks off Grandview Avenue on Mt. Washington

 


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