HCD Scandi dances are temporarily on hold
. Return to this page to find out exactly when the next HCD Scandi event will be held.

Scandi is short for Scandinavian, as in Scandinavian Dance, and features dances popular in the Scandinavian countries of Sweden, Norway, Denmark and the Alpine regions of Europe—and now, thanks to HCD, right here in Connecticut. You’ve maybe heard of schottis, hambo, polska, springar, springleik, pols, snoa, mazurka? How about Alpine zwiefacher? Well, now you can learn them and dance them compliments of HCD’s newest dance series. These are couple turning dances, some of which even resemble swing dances. For a typical example, see the hambo here.

HCD Scandi dances are held on Sunday afternoons from 3:00–5:00 at Temple Beth Torah in Wethersfield. Music for these events is in the form of recordings, with occasional live music scheduled. Dances are taught by Charlie, who’s been teaching these dances since 1977 and has been teaching at and running Scandinavian dances in this area since 2007. These are not monthly dances like other HCD events; rather, they are held intermittently, with future dances posted on this page when scheduled.

Although there is no charge to attend HCD Scandi events, donations are gratefully accepted and are applied toward rental of the hall and other related expenses.

The HCD Scandi Committee is a committee of one—Charlie— who will be happy to answer any questions you might have. Get in touch with him concerning HCD Scandi by completing the form below. Also, if you’d like to be notified of upcoming HCD Scandi events, be sure to indicate that in your message.

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