Trinity Scottish Country Dance Group
In October 2010 Vision TV came to a Trinity Class and made this brief video for a station break:
country dancing at Trinity College is currently
scheduled to be in Seeley Hall each Thursday until April
7, with the exception of March 31. On that date we
will be dancing in Wycliffe
College in Sheraton
Hall (click on photo second left after the
exterior of the college). Wycliffe is directly across
the street from Trinity and slightly to the east. To
reach Sheraton Hall enter at the main entrance on
Hoskin and walk down the main hall to the back.
when Seeley Hall is not available because
Trinity College needs it we are moved
over to Cartwright Hall in St.
Hilda's College (link is to map) on
available in nearby lots across the street, on the
street on Devonshire and in the Trinity parking lot off
Devonshire as well as the new lot beside the Goldring
Centre also on Devonshire. There are two
subway stops nearby: St. George and Museum.
We normally dance in Seeley Hall (as seen in the two photos) on the second floor of Trinity College, 6 Hoskin Avenue, on the University of Toronto campus.
To the left
and below is a Google map showing the locations of
Trinity College and St. Hilda's College. Seeley Hall is
in Trinity, up the centre stairs to the second floor on
your left. Cartwright Hall is straight across from St.
Hilda's main entrance.
You don't need to be Scottish. You don't need a partner. Everyone is welcome.
Parking is available off Devonshire behind Trinity for $6 (coins or credit card required for ticket dispenser) or on the street. The nearest subway stop is Museum on the Yonge/University line, St. George is the nearest stop on the Bloor/Danforth line.
The cost is $3.00 for
members of the Trinity Scottish Country Dance Group,
$5.00 for non-members. The annual membership fee is
$20 and is good for one calendar year from the date of
Scottish Country Dancing is a modern form of the `country dancing' popular in England and Scotland in the 18th century. It involves groups of six to ten people -- a `set' -- dancing to the driving strains of reels, jigs and strathspeys played on the fiddle, accordion, flute, piano, drums, etc. At Trinity, dances are briefed and walked through slowly before the music starts.
To find out more see this
page on the Strathspey Server.
Scottish Country Dancers in Seeley Hall
Photo by Liz Martin
Annual Seasonal Photo - December 3, 2015
Photo by Rob Lockhart
What do all these dancers attending the special Trinity Scottish Country Dance Group's 40th Anniversary Assembly on November 23, 2013 have in common? Click on the photo to find out and see more photos and the program of the special Trinity Assembly.
|This site was last updated on February 1, 2016|
|Scottish Country Dance Links:
Still more links, mostly to other
Scottish Country Dancing Groups
in North America
|For further information, call
Trinity Chair Paul Barber at (416) 534-0516, or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you wish send me an email requesting that your name be added to our email list. I send out occasional notices of change of venue and the beginning and end of sessions.
Our teacher is David Booz, and he can be reached at (416) 806-2669 or Email: email@example.com
There is now a Scottish pub in Toronto, the Caledonian, near College and Ossington.
note that, although we have danced at Trinity since 1973
we are not formally affiliated with the College.