Your Membership - Benefits and Investment


Membership Form 2020.pdf

Adelaide Branch Membership Fees 2020:

  • Adult Single: $55.00 (includes £20.00 for HQ Scotland)
  • Adult Joint: $80.00 (includes £32.00 per couple for HQ Scotland)
  • Under 25: $32.00 (includes £16.00 for HQ Scotland) 

FEES ARE DUE 31 MARCH 2020.  

Why become a Branch member????

Being a member of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society supports your local Branch and class teacher as well as the Society Headquarters in Scotland.

For about $1 per week, your direct membership benefits include:

  • discounts to attend Adelaide and Districts Branch events, such as workshops, socials, the Annual Ball, and the Branch Class, usually saving you 20-30% on your ticket price.
  • discount to attend the Annual Australian Winter School and any other Australian RSCDS event.
  • a quarterly Reel Spiel newsletter to keep up to date with upcoming events and happenings from Adelaide classes.
  • information from other Australian Branches and HQ.

Your membership fee also offers several benefits (both obvious and not so obvious) to members, that help keep classes going:

  • RSCDS sets and maintains the steps, formations, dances and music to maintain dancing and teacher standards, so you can dance at any RSCDS event or class and know what to expect.
  • RSCDS supports teachers, musicians and dancers to be able to continue dancing into the future, through new publications and courses.
  • membership of a world-wide community of Scottish country dancers, so you can join in the dance anywhere in the world.
  • a quality magazine twice a year, informing you of dancing activities, the work of the Committees and dancers’ products.
  • discounted rates for dancers and musicians to attend UK opportunities for learning in a sociable manner, through local classes, Summer School, Winter School and Spring Fling.
  • you get a say in how the Society and its services should run, through surveys and AGMs.
  • support the physical presence of RSCDS Headquarters and all the work of office staff, volunteers, teachers, assessors, examiners and musicians to sustain dancing into the future.