Toronto Books

 

<< Under construction >>

• 2003    Tayside Collection Vol 2

• Other dates and books

RSCDS Toronto’s 25th anniversary book (1982) is full of stories about our early days. Previous generations seemed to have tremendous energy and stamina. Click image for index; or download (FREE): Silver Anniversary Book.pdf  (2.5MB)

RSCDS Toronto’s 50th Anniversary book (2007) has many stories and pictures of people you probably know, and amazing events you may or may not have heard about. Click image for index; or download (FREE): Golden Jubilee.pdf  (10.1MB)

Dances offered to our 50th Anniversary dance competition (2007). The winning dance was Mrs. Hamilton of Eaglemount, Jean Noble’s interesting 3x40-bar strathspey. Click image for index.

Available from TACbooks, $12.75

Tayside Volume 3 (2015) is a book of dances devised by May Macfarlane — 10 new dances and 7 old favourites.

Click image for index.

Available from TACbooks, $12

Ann Campbell dances always flow; and through these dances flow stories of the Toronto people honoured in each. (2010)

Click image for index.

Available from TACbooks, $11

Geneva Park (1970) was a popular event in our past. You will know one still-very-popular dance. Click image for index; or download (FREE): Geneva Park 1970.pdf  (5.8MB)

Carole Skinner’s title says it all — an homage to dancing and dance friends.

(2011) Click image for index.

Available from TACbooks, $11

This book (1976) by Oakville’s Bob Campbell has several Toronto favourite dances. It is essentially Geneva Park, Part 2. Click image for index.

Available from TACbooks, $5.50

Originally published 1967 by Deep River Branch, but with many Toronto contributors, and famous dances.
Click image to view index; or download (FREE): Centennial Collection.pdf  (5.9MB)

Tayside Collection 1983-2003: Celebrating the 20th anniversary of May Macfarlane’s Tayside Social Group. Click image for index; or download (FREE): Tayside Collection 20th Anniv.pdf  (2.9MB)

Tayside Collection 1983-1998: Celebrating the 15th anniversary of May Macfarlane’s Tayside Social Group. Click image for index; or order from TACbooks $5

The irrepressible Barry Pipes entertained readers of Set & Link month after month, year after year, with his lively reflections on dances on various programmes of our dance seasons. This compilation has each of his contributions. Click image to open an interactive flipbook; or download (FREE): What's In A Name canon.pdf  (11.1MB)