Scottish Country Dancing Class Celebrates

On the 4th November 2003 it was ten years to the day since Anne Livingstone had started a Scottish Country Dance Class which was to prove so popular and so enduring that it is now a weekly fixture on Lismoreís calendar.

40 people were in the hall that night to express their appreciation and to see Anne being presented with an Ortak silver brooch. All had been part of the class at some stage and included every one of the current 14 dancers.

Anne has been Scottish Country Dancing since she was a child and is a qualified teacher certified by the Royal Scottish Country Dancing Society, so her coming to Lismore after marrying Duncan Livingstone 10 years ago, has added to the islandís many attractions.

As well as meeting weekly, the group also performs in local ceilidhs, occasionally travel to dance in Oban and Appin, and every 2 weeks in Summer Lismore welcomes dancers from as far afield as Roybridge, Taynuilt, Connel, Oban and Appin.

Congratulations to all concerned and hereís to a long and happy future.


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