Burgers, Potatoes, and Irish Dancers in the Wild!

Our year-end BBQ was a smashing success again this year!

How many dance dads does it take to start a bbq?

How many dance dads does it take to start a bbq?

Huge thank you to everyone who came to help us celebrate another fabulous year of dance :)

From burgers and hot dogs to fabulous salads and desserts - we had more than enough food to feed a plethora of wild dancers and their families :)

A special thank you to the Irish Club for loaning us your bbq!

Dance teachers in the wild!

Dance teachers in the wild!

Is trash talking your teacher a wise idea?

Is trash talking your teacher a wise idea?


The annual PGSID games involved some trash talk, rope burn, and many potatoes (if you aren’t familiar with ‘poop the potato, you need to join us next year!) - thanks to Tanya and Victoria for arranging all the games! So much fun was had that the games carried on well into 5:00 pm!!

Fabulous Irish dance chocolate cake - tasted as good as it looks!

Fabulous Irish dance chocolate cake - tasted as good as it looks!

RECITAL 2019!!

We had another amazing recital this past Saturday!

Our talented young dancers danced their hearts out, and put on what we’ve been told was our best recital ever!!


These young performers practiced all year long to show off their great choreographies to a full crowd of family and friends.

A HUGE thank you to our sponsor Bushwakker Brewing Company - your delicious beers and amazing door prizes were hits! (I think we have some #beerhunters amongst our dance family!)


A special congratulations to our most improved dancers!

Every year we select the most improved dancer from both our Performance and Competitive streams. We had a difficult time selecting recipients for this year’s awards, as we have had many dancers show their heart and soul this year and the improvements are amazing.

  • Performance
    Congratulations to Keira M - your hard work has you jumping ahead of your classmates and your tiptoeing your way to becoming an amazing young dancer!

  • Competitive
    Congratulations to Mariel B - your hard work is reely paying off, and your sportsmanship is inspiring. Congratulations on being our first dancer to qualify for 2020 Nationals in Nashville!!

Thank you to all our volunteers, your help made the evening possible:

  • Bernie Gavin

  • Jenny Staudt-Hamm

  • Tracy Kleiner

  • Roy Kleiner

  • Jen Whelan

  • Mellanie Jones

  • Ruth Adema

Thank you again to all our parents whose support, driving, hair skills, and patience throughout the year make a year end celebration like this possible!

Fall Schedule has arrived!!

We are excited to announce our fall 2019/2020 schedule! You can view a summary of our fall class schedule below:

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Once again, a huge thank you goes to Ms. Yvonne & Ms. Caitlin for picking up some extra slack in the fall while Ms. Emily takes leave from teaching classes to be at home with her new baby - due in September.

Returning dancers please visit our ‘Schedule’ tab for the version with dancers’ names listed.

Registration will begin May 18, 2019 - mark your calendar so you don’t forget!!

Know a new dancer who might be interested? Our schedule, and additional details, for new dancers is here. They are welcome to come try out a free class before they register to confirm their love for Irish dance :)

Summer 2019 Programming!

Worried you’ll miss dancing over the summer? We’ve got you covered!

Our summer programming helps keep dancers in shape and working on technique as well as new material throughout the summer.

Registration for all summer programming will begin May 18, 2019.

Beginner/Advanced Beginner/Performance Workshop

Friday July 12 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Saturday July 13 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Sunday July 14 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Beginner & Advanced Beginner dancers are strongly encouraged to participate in our summer workshop to be eligible to compete at fall feiseanna.


We will have Grades classes over the summer for dancers interested in challenging a Grade between 1 through 6.

Attendance is mandatory for any dancer interested in challenging grade exams in September. These classes will also be a great opportunity for dancers in our performance program to maintain their skills and progress over the summer.

From July 8 – August 26, Monday evenings 5:30 – 6:30 pm.

The fee is $157.50 per dancer.

Novice/Prizewinner/Preliminary Championship Workshop

Rather than run a one-weekend workshop for dancers in our Belfast & Dublin classes, we will be starting their classes early, on August 1st. For the month of August, these dancers will jointly attend class from 6:30-8:30 in preparation for the coming year, and our Tyler Schwartz workshop.

Tyler Schwartz Workshop

We are so excited to share with you that we have arranged for the incredibly talented, “Mr. 10 clicks” himself, Tyler Schwartz to come to Regina and do a workshop with our dancers! We are expecting 100% attendance from our competitive dancers at this workshop.

The dates for the workshop will be September 13-15, 2019 so please mark your calendars!

Dancers for whom this is applicable will receive an email once the schedule is set.
**There won’t be regular classes this weekend, so dancers in our performance stream will have a rescheduled class at a later date.

St. Paddy's Day 2019


Another amazing weekend of dancing is under our belts. A huge thank you and shout out to our parents and dancers who enabled us to provide over 18 performances in one weekend, well done all!!

We had wonderful feedback from our audience, our dancers truly know how to put on a show (or 18 as the case may be!). We instructors greatly enjoyed the weekend and appreciate how easy our dancers and parents made the whole weekend for us, thank you!