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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. 

Sizzlin' Summer School

Dance camp brochure

2017's Dance Camp are dates August 28 - August 31. 

Please click here for our brochures! 

Accomodations: trickle creek lodge 

Please note our new location in Kimberley, BC @ Kootenay Dance Academy: 115 Deer Park Avenue (in the Platzyl) 

What you need to bring --dressed for dance (shorts, t-shirt/tank top, knee high socks, and ghillies) with their hair pulled up and off their face.  The girls should also bring their running shoes and jig shoes if they have them. Finally, the girls will need to bring a lunch, snacks, and water bottle.


Miss Shalni Prowse 

Miss Shalni is a long time member of the British Association of Teachers of Dance, from Glasgow, Scotland. Shalni has been teaching dance for 18 years in both Kamloops and the Kootenays. She currently owns and operates a very successful dance school in Kamloops BC. Her dancers have won many championships, including; City of Vancouver, British Columbia Closed (Provincials), Western Canadian Championship & Premiership, Fraser Valley Open, Chinook Open and British Columbia Open. Shalni has had dancers represent BC at the Canadian Championships the last 4 years placing in the top 10 in Canada. She has been dancing herself for 35 years and still performs with her dancers at many of the local shows. This is her passion and she is looking forward to sharing her joy of dance with all the dancers in our area. 


Dance Camp Potluck Dinner

To BE Announced...