Welcome to the Chester Cally
The evenings are drawing in but instead of putting your feet up in front of the telly put on your dancing shoes as the autumn season is starting - goodie, it's Scottish Country Dancing time.
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So welcome to the Chester Cally - or the Chester Caledonian Scottish Country Dance society - if you want to be formal, but we don't!
We meet at 7:45pm on Wednesdays at the Caldy Valley Centre near Sainsbury's in Boughton - we go on 'til about 10 ish.
Come along and join in! £2 for adults, £1 for children and students, first night free.
Common feeble excuses for not trying Scottish Country Dancing:
I'm too old - No you're not!
I'm too young - If you're allowed out 'til 10pm, you're not too young.
I've got two left feet - So?
I'm don't have the energy - Then don't do every dance.
I don't know how - We'll teach you (and it's not difficult).
My friends would laugh at me - You call those friends?
I don't like it - How do you know if you've never tried it?
I'm too busy - All work and no play etc.
Common Myths about Scottish Country Dancing
You have to be Scottish - RUBBISH! Most people who do Scottish Country Dancing have no links whatsoever with Scotland.
The best Scottish Country Dancing is in Scotland – GARBAGE! There is more Scottish Country Dancing outside Scotland than within it – you can dance on all continents and in most countries.
You have to wear a kilt or a tartan dress – NONSENSE! Most people don’t - though soft, flat shoes do help.
You have to take classes before you can join a society – UTTER TWADDLE! You learn as you go because we have an excellent, qualified teacher who makes learning fun and fast.
You have to come with a dancing partner – FALSE! We dance in sets of six, eight or ten people.
It’s boring and uncool – TOSH! You can hear the laughter and chatter for miles.