Classes are currently held  Wednesdays, September to May, at St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 1818 5 Avenue South, starting at 7:00pm.


No partner required.  Bring soft-soled shoes and a water bottle.


Come and join us any time!

Quick Contact

P.O. Box 23008

Lethbridge, Alberta

T1J 4P5

403 329 3582

403 327 1271






 Craig Williams Craig was introduced to Scottish Country Dancing as a graduate student in 1991 in Saskatoon. He completed his master’s degree in plasma physics and then turned his attention to software development. He danced there until a new job as a software developer brought him to Ottawa in 2000. He currently works as a contractor for the Department of Defense writing software for the army. The dancing years in Saskatoon provided a great foundation and introduction to Scottish Country Dancing. While in Ottawa he danced with both the Ottawa Branch of the RSCDS and the Ardbrae Dancers of Ottawa. In 2004 he decided to pursue his Preliminary Certificate and followed with his Full Certificate in 2006. He began teaching the beginner class with the Ardbrae group in 2005 and taught it for several years before replacing the teachers for the intermediate class. He continues to teach an enthusiastic group of Intermediate dancers every Monday evening with the Ardbrae group. Since starting teaching, Craig has taught at several workshops across Canada and recently the US. Craig was an active member of the Teachers' Association (Canada) (TAC). He managed TAC books for five years before moving on to the position of treasurer for the association until 2016. He currently maintains the website for TAC. Craig has also taken a keen interest in home brewing and judging beer. He is a BJCP certified beer judge and is a regular at the judging sessions during the beer competitions in Ottawa. Return to