What do we do in Saskatoon that is different? welcoming attitude to all in a wheelchair accessible, integrative setting; education about cultural divergences, since oriental dance is not a homogenous entity and comes from approximately 23 middle eastern countries; first to offer instruction in Sufi meditation = whirling classes for youth & adults;
The Saskatoon Highland Dancing Association was formed in 1954 and exists to promote the art of Highland Dancing and the Scottish culture of its origin. The SHDA brings a wee bit of Scotland to Saskatoon and area through performances, workshops, competitions, and family events. We also host the Scottish Pavilion at Folkfest, Saskatoon's terrific multicultural festival held each year in mid ...
CanTeach Dance Lessons You will find a collection of dance lesson plans for grades K-4 at this site from this lesson plan site from Canada. Source: Can Teach. The Chinese Lion Dance The Chinese Lion Dance is an important part of the celebration of the Chinese New Year, and it is believed to bring good luck and happiness. Source: ArtsEdge
The new Saskatoon Conservatory of Music includes new studios, a beautiful new performance space, a dance rehearsal hall and free parking! It is located in the budding new 20th St. West neighbourhood , which is becoming a busy hub for artists and musicians, cafes and restaurants.
Country western dance can be broken into two categories: (1) partner dances (including lead-follow and pattern dances), and (2) group dances (including line dances and square dances). Many different partner dances are done to country western music. These include Two Step, Polka, East Coast Swing, West Coast Swing, and more.