Missed the NEWs on our home page? Don't worry, previous info is listed below so you don't miss a thing!
Update (2011-05-11) - Ticket & Merchandise Sales info is available on SDCCS 2011 website. SDCCS technical people are still working on the online purchasing so the ability to make a purchase is not yet ready. But, the information about what will be available including prices & pictures is there to take a look. PLEASE NOTE that the merchandise is being sold online only. Pictures & size charts are provided. There will be no onsite sales of merchandise.
Update (March 11, 2011) -- Please be advised that the registration for the SDCCS 2011 will go live on March 15th at 1 pm EDT. This is a change from the original published time.
Update (March 11, 2011) - Registration for Choreography will be May 2nd at 1 pm EDT.
Update (March 11, 2011) - Beginner, Novice & Intermediate dancers will dance a Trophy Fling on Wednesday during the National Competition. Please see rule #50 for more information
Did you know? This Award is open to REGISTERED PREMIER dancers ONLY. All applicants must perform the Tribute to James L McKenzie dance at a Provincial competition (competition to be designated by the Provincial ScotDance Canada Affiliate). The award money (up to $1000) to be used for furthering highland dance commitment (Examples: Attending a workshop(s), travelling to a competition(s), highland dance instruction, new dance outfit(s), etc).
Where will you have the opportunity to perform this dance in the Maritimes?
Sackville, NB - February 26, 2011
Halifax, NS - March 27, 2011
Download the James L McKenzie Application Form here
Deadline is April 15 and you dance must have been performed at one of the designated competition.
Scan and e-mail application form and letter of recommendation in *.pdf (Adobe) format to:
Jennifer Stephenson at email@example.com
Dancers, Parents, Teachers and Competition Organizers please note the following SOBHD rule change effective January 1, 2011:
1. In respect of the Beginner category, their card will be stamped at every competition where they win a first, second or third prize in ANY of the Highland dances: Highland Fling, Sword Dance, Sean Triubhas, Reel, or Special or Trophy Fling;
2. In respect of the Novice category, their card will be stamped at every competition where they win a first, second or third prize in any dance.
What does this mean? It means that a Beginner dancer will not have their card stamped for a first, second or third place win in the Flora or Lilt. If they also have a top three placing in one of the above Highland dances, then they will get a stamp, but if their only top three win was one of the National dances, then they will not receive a stamp on their card.
There is no change to Primary, Novice. Intermediate or Premier.
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