RSCDS Kingston Ontario Branch

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Wednesdays, Mar. 16, 2022 to
Jun, 29, 2022
Kingston CLASSES HAVE RESUMED
in our new location!

Location: St. Luke's Church Hall, 236 Nelson Street.
Time: 7:15-9:15 p.m.
We must follow St. Luke's protocols. Here's what you need to know:
  • Masks must be worn (clean and well fitting, of any type)
  • Hand sanitizer must be used between dances (Bring pocket size & use often)
  • High touch surfaces kept clean (bring out one chair, for your own use)
  • Proof of vaccination required (2 doses in primary series of vaccine) - Diocese of Ontario request (bring proof of vaccination certificate)
  • No eating. Bring your own water bottle, remove mask to drink, then replace mask
  • Dancing permitted, but masks must be worn
  • It is requested that all groups use discretion regarding the numbers of attendees. No crowding. Please keep a safe distance when going about your activities
  • Self-assess if you are in any doubt about your health. You will find a useful tool at: https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/symptoms.

After 2 years of varied experience, we all have different comfort levels. We aim to provide a safe environment for all of our dancers and teachers, and be able to dance in a way that makes us all feel safe. Please be sensitive to the needs of others.

On a weekly basis, we will need a minimum of 8 dancers. We will poll members every Monday to ensure that we have enough to dance. Please be sure to complete the poll every week, no later than Tuesday by 5pm. Please check your e-mail on Wednesday before dancing for any cancellations due to lack of numbers, weather etc. No e-mail means dancing is on. (No News is Good News!)

Wednesday, Sept. 7,
2022
Kingston Classes begin, following registration.
St. Luke's Church Hall
236 Nelson St.

New dancers are cordially invited to join us for two hours of dancing fun, every Wednesday evening.
There is a registration fee, but the first three classes are free to give you a chance to feel what Scottish country dancing is like.
Don't be fooled. It is not the Highland Fling, but it is good exercise for body and mind!

There will be Covid-19 protocols in place, as appropriate at the time. More details will be posted in August, as they become available.


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