The Regina Ballroom Dancing Club (RBDC) is a non-profit social dancing club.

The RBDC was formed in September of 1977 as the University of Regina Dance Club. The intention was to provide a social atmosphere in which an interest in ballroom dancing could be promoted through instruction and practice for those older than 18 years of age. Since 1983, the club has expanded into the general public organization. Offering a wide selection of dancers and a membership of both young and old, singles and couples, our club emphasizes enjoyment of dancing rather than the competitive aspect.

Dance instructions ranges from basic steps for the beginner to challenging routines for the advanced dancers. The RBDC offers beginner, intermediate (I, II, III) and advanced classes. Instructors will help you select the best level for your ability.

Each lesson is one hour long; there is three 15 minute practice session available each night to review the steps you have learned.

RBDC has four major dances each year. Two of these are causal theme dances (fall & spring) and two formal dances (Silver Bells Ball & Last Waltz) for those who like to put on the Ritz occasionally. Workshops are usually held before these dances to teach new steps or novelty dances. Workshops are open to all who attend.

RBDC also host practice dances which are held between our major events and throughout the summer to provide another opportunity for people to dance. These are informal events and are open to non-members.



  • Waltz
  • Cha Cha
  • Foxtrot
  • Polka
  • Rumba
  • Swing (East & West Coast)
  • Tango
  • Two-Step
  • Mambo
  • Merengue
  • Samba

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