Newcomers and spectators welcome! Dance practice is regularly attended by non-dancers who enjoy gentle conversation and a chance to work on their knitting or other handcrafting project.

Dancing the Pavian at Dining with Elizabeth I, June 2014.

Medieval and renaissance dancing is a fun, social activity. We learn and practice dances from many times and places providing a broad experience. Most dances are done with groups of couples in lines, circles and squares. Some more advanced dances are done in trios.

Dancing was an essential part of life in the Middle Ages and renaissance. Everyone participated in dancing at ceremonies, festivals and fairs.

Hartshorn-Dale is fortunate to be one of the few local groups in the SCA that has a weekly dance practice.

When: Friday nights, from 7 to 9 pm. Communications (changes or cancellations) will be announced via the Hartshorn-Dale mailing list and on the Facebook page.

Where: the Parkhouse, at 1600 Black Rock Road, Royersford, PA 19468

Who to contact for Dancing:

What to bring: Comfortable shoes. No partner necessary. All ages and experience levels gladly welcomed.