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Cranbrook, BC


Located in the beautiful southeast corner of British Columbia, the Kimberley Cranbrook Highland Dance Association exists to encourage dancers of all ages and levels to enjoy learning and performing Highland Dance.  Through the two dance schools, dancers can learn everything from the traditional Fling to new choreographies.  Dancers can be seen demonstrating their dances at functions such as Burn's Night and Christmas shows at senior homes, and compete in competitions from local to national level events.

Classes are offered for all ages - from preschool through adult.  Levels from Primary and Beginner to Premier are taught under the British Association of Teachers of Dance (BATD) Syllabus.  Classes are offered for competitive and recreational dance lessons, with the opportunities to do performance work, examinations, competitions, and championships.

Kimberley Cranbrook Highland Dance Association currently hosts a competition on the third weekend of each April, and a summer day camp the last week of every August. 


The Kimberley/Cranbrook Highland Dance Association is the parent group and it’s primary focus is foster and encourage Highland Dance in our communities.

Our not-for-profit organization hosts several fundraising events throughout the year to help develop and prosper the youth involved with Highland Dancing. 


    President - Bobbi Lalach

  Treasurer - Megan Beaton

   Secretary - Lori Wade 



Nominations for the KCHDA Executive are held at the Annual General Meeting, which is held in October of each year.


Here is a booklet composed of a bunch of information regarding highland dancing, practicing, websites, etc. It has been composed over the years. The only information that has changed is please contact Miss Hali or Miss Liela regarding patterns and braid. 

President Picture

Nicole  (on left) and her daughter MacKenzie (centre) 

Bobbie (on right) and her daughters Lucy (L)  and Abby (R)