Welcome to Island Dance

Island Dance title image - courtesy NOAA

Newsy stuff

- "In comes I!"  'Tis (still) the season for Mummers plays. The local Victoria play is performed annually by Quicksbottom Morris and is listed here as it includes dancing. Island Thyme Morris gets into the act with Long Sword dancing (two appearances). Two play performances left!

- Island Thyme Morris dances out at the Vic West, orchard wassail, Sat, 14 Jan 2017

- Victoria Contra starts off the new year this Sat, 14 Jan 2016

- Site updates: Sacred / Circle Dance Victoria
Keep the updates and contributions coming folks!

Island Dance List, [iDance] an e-mail listserver. Use the button at any page top for more info. Join this e-mail list, receive info from organisers, send out word of your event, or discuss starting or attending one! (Don't panic, I'll reduce the "instructions" shortly, just visit the site and sign up. It's e-mail, what can go wrong?)

- Please send your dance event, activity, hall, or other information to this web site. A big thank you to folks submitting information, tell your friends, heck tell others as well.

Also send it out via iDance, the list. Yes, you. If the event is a dance, or contains dancing, of a folk/country nature, just do it. Sending it to me to send it to the list adds a delay

- Like to help make this site into  http://island-dance.ca/ or http://vislanddance.ca/  (preferences? suggestions?) Perhaps a small $ contribution to help house the site? This may be necessary by spring 2017 as it appears Shaw is removing webspace. Please get in touch

What's all this then?

An independent (enough) Folk & Country Dance web site & e-mail list for Dancers, Dance Groups, Callers, Musicians, Organisers, and the like, on Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands and other islands in or near Southern British Columbia. Some Lower Mainland, regional and BC information or connections will be presented for island dancers

Please see the About page for more background or rationale and to make any submissions & updates, which are most welcome