Kingdom of Dalriada Ulster-Scots Society

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The Kingdom of Dalriada Ulster-Scots Society are pleased to announce their Autumn and Winter programme of activities which will be taking place in Ballymoney.

All classes use qualified tutors and all have been Access NI checked.

Whether you are new to the activity, fancy having a go at a new skill or have years of experience, everyone is welcome to attend and all abilities will be catered for.

Mondays from 22nd September will have piping and pipe drumming classes commence in the Ullans Centre from 7pm to 9pm.

Learn on the chanter before moving to the bag pipes, or learn the skills of mastering pipe drumming, it all takes place every Monday night.

Tuesdays from 23rd September see’s tin whistle, fiddle and traditional instruments classes in the Ullans Centre from 7pm to 9pm with Dick Glasgow.

Individual time slots allocated to ensure you learn at your own pace and then the group sessions allows all the musicians to play

Wednesday nights start the Scottish Country dance classes in the Evergreen hall, Edward Street, with adult classes starting on the 17th September, while the childrens classes begin on the 24th September from 7.15pm.

This is an ideal time for youngster’s aged 6 and above to begin learning Scottish Country Dance, or for adults, learn new steps and enjoy getting out of the house every Wednesday night.

Friday mornings beginning 12th September from 10am to 12noon see’s the knitting and crochet classes return to the Ullans

Enjoy good banter while having some tea/coffee and learn to knit or crochet in a very relaxed atmosphere, suitable for all age groups and ability, so if you know nothing about knitting or crocheting but always wanted to learn, then this is the ideal class for you.

For more information on any of the activities, please call into the Ullans Centre, 65 Main Street, Ballymoney or call Victoria on 028 276 68897.