On Sunday 17th July members and friends from Milngavie Partick and Carluke danced 'Winds on the Tor' as part of the 1st Annual World Circle Dance Day.
The weather stayed dry and we were able to dance in Jo Freeman's garden in Carluke
The video is now available thanks to Gwy Peterdi & Amanda Mello you will see our group 2mins 11secs into the video dancing on a cold scottish summer day!!!
The members of the Milngavie group were pleased to welcome journalist Paula Mcguire to our session on 16th June
This is the link to the radio show on Camglen radio.
our piece is about 9minutes into the programme. https://www.mixcloud.com/theadventureshow/
Paula writes a column on her 'Adventures' in the 2nd June Saturday edition of 'The National' newspaper and she contacted us to try Circle Dancing.....................
She enjoyed her afternoon with us and particularly liked our saying 'no mistakes merely variations'
This is the link to the article in this weeks issue
Members of the Milngavie group participated in a weekend of Circle Dance at St Andrews led by Mandy de Winter
Our highlight of the weekend was dancing in a Labyrinth which Lorna discovered by chance in Kilburn Park,close to University Hall
On Thursday 8th June 2016 Members of the Milngavie & Partick Groups joined
Jenny Oswald and Anne-Lise Kreeger for a day of Dance in Moffat Town Hall
Circle Dancing is now part of the Girls Brigade Junior programme
On Saturday 21st May 2016 Jenny Oswald assisted by Kate Katie Natasha & Jo went to the National Conference in Edinbugh and taught the dances to 72 leaders in 4 workshops throughout the day
Circle Dancing was well received and hope fully will be introduced into the Brigades when the new sessions start in September.
Thursday 12th May 2016
The Members of the Milngavie Group went to Strathbane to dance around the Maypole.
A great time as had by all.
The members of Circle Dancing For All participated in Go Dance 16. A week of community dance held at the Theatre Royal Glasgow.
The sixteen strong group had danced at Go Dance 15 and were delighted to be asked back.
Jenny Oswald choreographed a seven minute piece which featured six dances from around the world. The aim was to showcase Circle Dancing as a an activity to be enjoyed by all.
Our routine was well received by the audience and all the dancers were thrilled by the experience.