Art, Music and  Dancing

Adult living at its best!

 Immerse yourself in the vibrant world of arts and creativity within our community. Unleash your artistic expression with the Art Club, where various mediums and styles are embraced. Join the laughter and camaraderie of the Theatre Group where the Theatre Group welcomes all, from actors to backstage enthusiasts. Let your imagination soar and discover the joy of artistic expression in these engaging activities.

Art Group

This eclectic group is for anyone interested in any type of Art whether it is drawing, pencil sketching, colouring, painting in watercolours, acrylics, oils or even paint-by-number, join us Monday or Thursday afternoons from 2 p.m. to approximately 4 p.m. at the Rec Centre. 

Line Dancing Beginner/ Intermediate

Line dancing is a fun, social activity, offering low impact physical exercise, for which a partner is not required….participants dance in rows, facing the same direction, guided by an instructor.  Dances consist of repeating sequences of steps, pre-choreographed to appropriate music, which although traditionally has been country/western, may nowadays be drawn from any music genre.

Classes (twice per week, Monday 10.30am-noon and Wednesday 1.30pm-3pm) are of mixed levels….beginner, improver and low intermediate. Beginners are always welcome! The only requirements are shoes (not sandals) that have a degree of “slip” to the soles and an interest in learning to dance to some great music!!

Scottish/Ceilidh Country Dancing

We dance every Friday morning from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. We use a brisk walking step with lively Scottish music. The ceilidh dancing is either in a circle or round the room, partner not required. We dance things like Dashing White Sergeant. Gay Gordon’s, Circassian Circle and BritanniaTwo Step. Scottish Country Dancing is more structured and done mostly in longwise or square sets. Great exercise and lots of fun. All welcome.

Theatre – The Happy Hour Players 

A group of amateur theatre performers and theatre productions workers who convene twice weekly to prepare for live performances in the Recreation Centre throughout the year. The group meets for rehearsals, play readings, and performance improvement sessions in a workshop format.

The Happy Hour Players are always open to new members for both onstage roles and backstage work.  No experience is necessary but a familiarity with theatre, and onstage and backstage work is beneficial.

 

Ukulele Group 

  County Ukulele Band. We are a fun group of ukulele players of all levels that meet every Friday at 1:30 to 3:30. We strum and sing all kinds of music. You name it, we play it. In addition to our weekly jamming, we perform in parades, senior homes and other events in the County.

New players are always welcome.

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