UPCOMING EVENTS

2019

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Weekly informal dancing!

Live music, all dances taught, walked through and cued during the music. No partner,  experience or fancy outfits needed!

Details on the weekly modern-dress dance in the Annex at Trinity St Paul's, 427 Bloor St, one block west of Spadina

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Next modern English Country dance: Saturday, January 26. All welcome,

no experience or fancy outfits needed! Basics lesson 7.30, dancing for all 8-10 pm at Trinity St Paul's Centre, 427 Bloor St W, one block west of Spadina.

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Midwinter Pride and Prejudice Ball

Saturday, February 16 

at historic

Montgomery's Inn

A beginner-friendly event! No partner or prior dance experience needed, and there's no lead or follow. The afternoon dance workshop will prepare you to dance happily at the ball!

Schedule

3.30 – Registration
4 – 5.30 – Regency dance lesson
5.30 – 6.30 – Games, dressing for the evening
6 – 7.30 – Simple historical supper by candlelight
7.30 – Lamplight tour of the Inn
8 - 10.30 – Dancing by the fire to live music with elegant refreshments, toasts to the King and door prizes!

Registration Form

PLEASE NOTE: WE ARE CHANGING TO AN AUTOMATED TICKETING PROCESS, AND WE THANK YOU FOR YOUR PATIENCE AS WE MAKE THIS TRANSITION.

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Hygge

Friday, February 22

by the fire at historic Campbell House Museum

An evening of cosy fireside activities, candlelight, community, food and wine - savouring the best that life has to offer.

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Celtic Circle – new series!

Irish Storytelling & traditional fiddling

Friday, March 8

and

St Patrick’s Day

Sunday, March 17

by the fire at historic Campbell House Museum

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A Weekend with Jane Austen

March 22-24

at historic Montgomery’s Inn

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Master and Commander

A Weekend in Nelson’s Navy

October 18-20

at historic Montgomery’s Inn

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Please note that pre-registration is required for historical balls, meals and full-weekend events. It is also strongly recommended for the tea-lecture series and Celtic Circle. 

Gift certificates available

Please note that all prices are in Canadian dollars (about .75c US), and that there are discounts for students and seniors. 

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Danceweavers

Karen Millyard has been organizing cultural events and teaching historical and modern English Country Dance for years. She is a choreographer, researcher, event organizer, consultant and professional dance teacher who works in theatre, museums, schools and the community. 

 

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

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for information on our casual-dress weekly dance in Toronto's Annex neighbourhood

 Page updated January 19, 2019