Mosaic Is Just Around the Corner (June 1-3)
We are getting so excited for this year’s Festival of Fun! Once again, the 2017 Scottish Pavilion will be held at the Owl, located at the University of Regina.
As with every year, the Pavilion cannot succeed without the help of MANY volunteers and we are seeking everyone’s help. Please take note of the following important notes; join us as we celebrate Mosaic’s 50th year!
- 2 Volunteer shifts are required per participating dancer in your family
- Enter your RHDA Dancer’s name in the phone number field when signing up for your shift. This is an important step to ensure that you receive the credit
- Age requirements for specific shifts will be posted
- Volunteers under the age of 12, must be accompanied by an adult
Please sign up for shifts during which you will always be available, the success of the Pavilion depends on the reliability of our volunteers.
How to Sign Up – go to http://www.volunteersignup.org/K3349
- Scroll through the list of volunteer options – 2017 Volunteer Responsibilities
- Click the Green Arrow to sign up
- Enter your name and email address
- ENTER YOUR RHDA DANCERS NAME IN THE PHONE NUMBER FIELD
- Answer the fruit question
- Click Agree and Submit
You will receive a confirmation email and reminder one day prior to your scheduled shift.
*** If you missed it (like I did when I signed up [sigh]); Please enter your RHDA dancer’s name into the phone number field to ensure that you get credit for your shifts***
Thank you for volunteering, we appreciate your help and we are looking forward to working with you.
Entries continue to flood in for dancers heading to PEI for the 2017 SDCCS. For all our dancers planning on participating this fantastic event remember – First to enter; last to dance. Don’t delay; register today!
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On January 27, many of our members came together and created two BEAUTIFUL works of art!
With the many changes the RHDA has seen over the last little while, we wanted to offer our members the opportunity to come together as an association, a family. Since our association comprises 5 studios (over 100 members), we wanted to see friendships forged beyond the studio and evening classes.
So, with the help of 4Cats Art Studio, we ran two sessions for members of ALL studios, ages and levels, to come and get messy with us!! And we think they did a great job.
While each participant got to take home their very own work of art keep sake, together they created two very large one of kind masterpieces. Both pieces are being auctioned off on our RHDA Fundraising Facebook page until after our March competition where they will also be live on location March 4th.
Find this months RHDA highlights here!
Our newsletters include upcoming events, competitions and dance outs, Mosaic 2017 updates, and profiles on a few of our dancers.
As we prepare valentines for friends, family, teachers and loved ones to hand out 4 days from now, note, we would never forget our volunteers. Happy Valentines Day!
Hope everyone has had the chance to register for our upcoming competition and workshop! We would love to see you there! Go to Eventry.net to register today.
We would like to be able to offer a raffle table and are asking for donations. If you have any items you are able to donate, please drop them off at Lakeview Hair & Aesthetics, 3408 Hill Avenue or contact Rodene Latimer with a pm. We are happy to accept all donations, large or small and will combine items together and hopefully be able to offer some great prize baskets!
Also, Sweetlegs will be back and Epicure will be there as well! If you are interested in setting up a vendor table, please contact Stacy Bellegarde.
Finally, our discounted block of rooms expires on February 17, so if you know any out of town dancers who will be attending please ask them to book soon.
Continue reading “March Competition”
Welcome to our new site!
2016 was a year of change for the Regina Highland Dancing Association (RHDA). While many changes were large, some were small, but many things still remain the same.
We continue to be a family! While we may not all have Scottish Roots, we all come together to help promote Highland Dancing and Scottish Culture in Regina. A group where we all can come together (minus the haggis ). We are mums and dads, grandparents, aunts and uncles supporting each other along the way.
The Association continues to organizes competitions, workshops, tours, public performances, and a variety of cultural and social events for the membership and the public at large. Our focus is performances, competition, fun, forging friendships and sportsmanship.
Check us out on Facebook or email firstname.lastname@example.org become a member and come bow, shuffle, brush-beat-beat and leap with us!