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Mar
30
Tue
General daytime dancing @ St John’s Anglican Church Hall
Mar 30 @ 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm

With tutor Catherine McCutcheon, the focus of these sessions is on popular dances, including some from upcoming dance programmes.

Although the dances will be walked and taught, they will best suit those of intermediate level and above who know the common formations, including reels of three, reels of four, allemande, double triangles, reel/jig poussette, grand chain, figure of 8 across and on sides, and ladies’ chain, and can instantly identify corner positions.

Please bring your own water bottle. St Johns is on the hill six minutes’ walk from the Johnsonville train station and bus hub.

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Apr
13
Tue
Daytime dancing for advanced dancers @ St John’s Anglican Church Hall
Apr 13 @ 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm

With a variety of local tutors, these sessions provide independent dancers with the opportunity for dancing in the afternoon with people from other clubs as well as their own.

It is for those who would enjoy learning new dances and harder formations that they may not encounter at club. Dances will be walked if required.

Please bring your own water bottle. St Johns is on the hill six minutes’ walk from the Johnsonville train station and bus hub.

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Apr
19
Mon
Johnsonville Tartan Night April 2021 @ Khandallah Town Hall
Apr 19 @ 7:30 pm

Join in the fun! Monday 19 April

Our first Tartan Night of the year is designed to give newer dancers the opportunity to dance to live music. Dancers in their first year are welcome to join us.

Download the Johnsonville Tartan Night April 2021 Programme

Download the Johnsonville April Tartan Night 2021 Crib Sheet

Download the instructions to The Coleraine Rant

See the background to the dance The Coleraine Rant

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Apr
20
Tue
General daytime dancing @ St John’s Anglican Church Hall
Apr 20 @ 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm

With tutor Catherine McCutcheon, the focus of these sessions is on popular dances, including some from upcoming dance programmes.

Although the dances will be walked and taught, they will best suit those of intermediate level and above who know the common formations, including reels of three, reels of four, allemande, double triangles, reel/jig poussette, grand chain, figure of 8 across and on sides, and ladies’ chain, and can instantly identify corner positions.

Please bring your own water bottle. St Johns is on the hill six minutes’ walk from the Johnsonville train station and bus hub.

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Apr
27
Tue
Daytime dancing for advanced dancers @ St John’s Anglican Church Hall
Apr 27 @ 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm

With a variety of local tutors, these sessions provide independent dancers with the opportunity for dancing in the afternoon with people from other clubs as well as their own.

It is for those who would enjoy learning new dances and harder formations that they may not encounter at club. Dances will be walked if required.

Please bring your own water bottle. St Johns is on the hill six minutes’ walk from the Johnsonville train station and bus hub.

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May
8
Sat
Ngaio 50th Anniversary 2021 @ Ngaio Town Hall
May 8 @ 7:30 pm

Ngaio Scottish Country Dance Club is celebrating their 50th Anniversary this year!

They would love to hear from anyone who has been involved with the club over the years and who would like to join the celebration.

For more details and to provide your contact details email the club here

Download the 2021 Ngaio 50th Celebration Programme

Download the Ngaio Gold dance instructions devised by Melva Waite for Ngaio’s 50th Anniversary

Music by Aileen Logie, Hilary Ferral and Jason Morris

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May
11
Tue
Daytime dancing for advanced dancers @ St John’s Anglican Church Hall
May 11 @ 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm

With a variety of local tutors, these sessions provide independent dancers with the opportunity for dancing in the afternoon with people from other clubs as well as their own.

It is for those who would enjoy learning new dances and harder formations that they may not encounter at club. Dances will be walked if required.

Please bring your own water bottle. St Johns is on the hill six minutes’ walk from the Johnsonville train station and bus hub.

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May
18
Tue
General daytime dancing @ St John’s Anglican Church Hall
May 18 @ 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm

With tutor Catherine McCutcheon, the focus of these sessions is on popular dances, including some from upcoming dance programmes.

Although the dances will be walked and taught, they will best suit those of intermediate level and above who know the common formations, including reels of three, reels of four, allemande, double triangles, reel/jig poussette, grand chain, figure of 8 across and on sides, and ladies’ chain, and can instantly identify corner positions.

Please bring your own water bottle. St Johns is on the hill six minutes’ walk from the Johnsonville train station and bus hub.

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May
22
Sat
Johnsonville Mid-Winter Christmas 2021 @ St John’s Anglican Church Hall
May 22 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Johnsonville Mid-Winter Christmas: Saturday 22 May, 6pm-10pm

Book now!

It’s not quite winter yet, but a Mid-Winter Christmas theme is always full of good cheer and colour, not to mention mulled wine, chit-chat and a lot of jollity.

Come along in bright Christmas colours or tartan for this fun-filled evening of socialising, dancing and eating! Enjoy hearty winter buffet food from caterer Food Envy. All dietary restrictions will be catered for.

Bookings are now open for Johnsonville Club Members and their immediate families. Attendance is limited to 50 max, so please book as soon as possible.

Book online

Book online here and pay by Monday 10 May for Club members, their partners and children. Bookings will open to other guests after that date.

Johnsonville Club Members: $30 each
Members’ partners (who are not Members of Johnsonville Club): $35 each
Members’ children aged 13 and under: $15 each
Members’ older children: $35 each
All other non-members $35 (including children)

Work out the total amount due (at $30 each for Johnsonville Club Members, $35 each for Members’ partners (who are not Members of Johnsonville Club), $15 each for Members’ children aged 13 and under, and $35 each for Members’ older children.

Payment options

(a) Internet Banking All internet banking payments need to be made – BEFORE completing the online booking form (so you can enter date of payment later in the form)
– to account 01-0519-0040631-00
– insert ‘Dinner’ in ‘Particulars’ and ‘Your name’ in ‘Reference’.

(b) Cash/Cheque: Please give your payment directly to Allison at Club with your details.

How will our Mid-Winter Christmas work?

Our mid-year club gathering is always a fun event, with easy dances on a theme. Rod is currently hunting down dances with a Christmas theme, and hoping the Scottish Country Dancing Christmas Music CD he’s ordered will arrive from the UK in time!

6.00 – 6.30pm: We’ll socialise over a little mulled wine or fruit punch, and nibbles
6.30 – 7.30pm: We’ll enjoy our warming winter buffet main course, with BYO drinks

  • for meat-eaters think slow braised lamb and Moroccan chicken
  • vege-eaters will have a special meal too
  • everyone will enjoy roast veges and salads

7.30 – 8.30’ish: Rod will bring us some Mid-Winter Christmas dances
8.30’ish: Time for dessert
Then – more dancing, before we pack up and head home.

Register here to book for club members and immediate family.

Email Allison to waitlist any other non-members (charged at $35 each).

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May
25
Tue
Daytime dancing for advanced dancers @ St John’s Anglican Church Hall
May 25 @ 12:45 pm – 2:45 pm

With a variety of local tutors, these sessions provide independent dancers with the opportunity for dancing in the afternoon with people from other clubs as well as their own.

It is for those who would enjoy learning new dances and harder formations that they may not encounter at club. Dances will be walked if required.

Please bring your own water bottle. St Johns is on the hill six minutes’ walk from the Johnsonville train station and bus hub.

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