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ABOUT THE NEW JERSEY BRANCH

The New Jersey Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society conducts regular classes and parties open to all who are interested in enjoying, promoting, and preserving Scottish Country Dance.

The Branch is composed of the Ho-Ho-Kus (formerly Tenafly), Hightstown, and Fanwood classes. The Cherry Hill class is not a member of the branch but is included here for completeness.

The branch is governed by a slate of officers elected every two years in May at the Annual General Meeting. For more information go to our Frequently Asked Questions page or the pages for individual classes.

News

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View Scottish Dance paintings
by our own Jane Sharp
Her 2017 calendars are available now.

Jane Sharp Flickr link

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CONGRATULATIONS! The NJ/NY Teacher Candidate Class taught by Sue and Chris Ronald finished in May 2015. All six NJ candidates passed their exams.

Peter Price and Kiera Sokolowski passed Part 2 and are now fully certified RSCDS teachers; Elizabeth Buonomo, Mark Hartstein, Deborah Leary, and Ken Saunders have all completed Part 1.

The class, sponsored by the NJ and NY branches, received support from the RSCDS and the New Haven, Scotia, and Westchester groups. Thanks are also in order to Genny Vaughn, accompanist; Theresa Forbes, videographer; Debbie Saunders, organizer; and most especially to Chris and Sue Ronald for the boundless time, skill, and support they contributed to the class.

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