Inverglen Scottish Dancers

Sandra Crosby, the instructor of the Inverglen Scottish Dancers founded the Dance School in 1980. The dance group is located in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada

The Inverglen Scottish Dancers maintain a non-competitive status. The Dancers study for their Medal Tests, registered with the Scottish Dance Teachers Alliance under the Scottish Official Board of Dancing in Scotland.

The Dancers range in age from 3 years to adult. The Junior dancers, ages 3 – 13 perform regularly at hospitals, senior citizens homes and local charity events. The Senior dancers ages 14 – 30 perform throughout Canada and the United States at festivals and gala events.

The Inverglen Scottish Dancers have become world renowned in its proficiency of Ancient Highland, Ladies Step, Cape Breton Hard Shoe and Scottish Country Dancing.

The Senior Dancers toured Great Britain in 1998. They represented Canada, with performances at the White Rose Festival in York, the York Assembly Halls, Glamis Castle, Castle Fraser, Pitlochry Centre and Blair Atholl Castle. In 2002 the Dancers were invited to Australia and Singapore. In Western Australia they performed in the cities of Perth, Freemantle and Mandurrah and in Singapore for the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society. Their instructor Sandra Crosby, also gives workshops and classes while they are on tour.