Highland Dancers from across the United States will be competing at this year’s festival. This event is sanctioned by the Scottish Official Board of Highland Dancing.
Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. Competition begins at 10:00 a.m. and will continue all day Saturday.
Please print and mail to:
933 Ironwood Drive
Carmel, IN 46033
16 Pas de Basques
PdB & Highcuts
Questions? Email Anne at: firstname.lastname@example.org until September 1, 2016
The Bloomington Scottish Country Dance Group will be performing in the Highland Dance Pavilion at 1:30 pm on Sunday.
Scottish Country Dancing began in Scotland in the 18th century. It is a social dance where a group of couples are positioned adjacent to each other in two parallel lines. A Scottish Country Dance is composed of a series of formations which are performed in a different sequence for each dance, of which there are hundreds. American Square Dancing evolved from Scottish Country Dancing, a major difference being that in square dancing, the formations are announced by a caller as the dance progresses. In Scottish Country Dancing, the formations of the dance are briefed before the dance begins. Dancers then rely on their memory to perform the dance.
Everyone is welcome at Bloomington Scottish Country Dancing Group classes! For more information, visit BloomingtonScots.org.
Kathleen Donoho, Zionsville, IN
Ava Bryne, Novi, MI
Mikayla Brewer, St. Peters, MO
Premier 14 and under
Breagh MacKinnon, Cincinnati, OH
Premier 15 and over
Katelyn Fraker, Thompson Station, TN
Most Promising Dancer
Edward Welch, New Richmond, OH
Joyce Deddins Award
Adeline Byrne, Novi, MI
Novice Sword Challenge
Ava Byrne, Novi, MI