Madison Scottish Country Dancers

John Muir (Wisconsin) Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society
M.J. Wiseman, Secretary
1046 Williamson St., Madison WI 53703

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Who We Are

Madison Scottish Country Dancers (MSCD) is a social group that for more than 40 years has enjoyed learning and dancing the traditional reels, jigs, and strathspeys of Scotland. We hold an annual spring ball and sponsor dance parties and workshops throughout the year. Occasionally we perform at local folk festivals, street fairs, weddings, and other events. Our members, approximately forty in number, hail from the south central area of Wisconsin. Annual membership dues are collected in the fall, but membership is not a requirement. Beginners are welcome at any time. It is not necessary to have a partner to participate.

MSCD is the John Muir (Wisconsin) Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society of Scotland. For more information, see our promotional brochure or the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society's What is Scottish country dancing? site or Wikipedia's Scottish Country Dance article.

MSCD does not discriminate by gender, race, class, economic status, ethnic background, sexual orientation, age, physical ability, or cultural and religious background. We even welcome the English :-).

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When and Where to Find Us

MSCD meets for instruction and dancing with recorded music every Sunday evening, 7:00 - 9:30 p.m. We meet at the Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center, 953 Jenifer St., Madison. Please enter through the door on S. Brearly St. Map. Free off-street parking is available in a church lot close to the center, on S. Brearly. There is no charge for the class, but a donation of $2 is appreciated for the room rental.


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Our Members, Executive Committee & Branch

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Web Sites




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Items for Sale

Madison Sales

Sources of Ghillies and Other Dancewear

Other Scottish Items

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Last update: May 17, 2017
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