The Ontario Folk Dance Association is a non-profit organization of recreational dancers interested in the traditional music and dances of the world’s different cultures.
OFDA strives to enrich the folk dance world through many activities.
Read about the history of OFDA on our articles page
New March 2017: OFDA T-Shirts now available. Get yours today!
Folk Dancer Magazine, is published five times a year. More on Folk Dancer Magazine.
OFDA hosts cafe theme nights with workshops presented by local ethnic dance experts usually from GTA/Ontario.
OFDA sponsors dancing in the parks in the summer months in Toronto, Hamilton, and Richmond Hill.
OFDA sponsors or co-sponsors special events, parties and workshops related to folk dancing in Ontario.
Each Year, OFDA offers the OTEA Scholarship to support a member who wishes
to attend a course or workshop or other enrichment activity related to folk dancing. Read Rules.