About Us


The Scotia Dancers is a a 501 (c)(3) public charity organized as an arts education group and is an affiliated group of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society.  Our financial data are available by viewing our 990 report for 2006 on Guidestar.  That was the last one filed using Form 990-EZ.  Since then we have used the Form 990-N Postcard version which has been accepted by the IRS each intervening year.  Our current financial data is available as pdf files in our Balance_Sheet and Income and Expense statement.

Our mission statement, adopted at our 2003 AGM, states:

Scotia Dancers, affiliated to the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society (RSCDS), offers the
opportunity to enjoy dancing in the RSCDS style.
Scotia Dancers encourages intermediate and advanced dancers to develop additional
technical skills and familiarize themselves with more advanced dances and figures. Beginning
dancers are most welcome and are encouraged by more experienced dancers in hopes
that they will attend regularly and progress.

At our Annual General Meeting (AGM) on 9 May 2016, the following officers were elected:
Vice President - Mary Gray
Secretary -  Sue Ronald
Members at Large -  Chris Ronald, Nora Mascioli

Continuing board members are:
President - Paul Jeselsohn
Treasurer - Jack Cole

Member at Large - Tom Kane 

For More Information

Ann Hankins 

Scotia Scottish Country Dancers 

 How to Get There
Metro Baptist Church, 410 West 40th Street, New York, NY, is convenient to any public 
transportation that goes to the Port Authority Bus Terminal.

Exit the PABT on the Ninth Avenue side, walk south to 40th, turn right (west) and walk
about a half block to the church which is on the south side of the street.


Cameron Dancers - inactive this year
Country Dance * New York, Inc.

New Jersey Branch of the RSCDS
New York Branch of the RSCDS
New York Celtic Dancers
Royal Scottish Country Dance Society
RSCDS Activities in NY
Scotia Dance and Music Publishers

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This page last updated 5 Sep 2016.