Things to remember:
DANCE CARD! Put this in your wallet or purse (whatever you bring everywhere). At a competition, a dancer will not get to keep her medals until proof of card is had.
NO jewelry of any sort (if a dancer just got earrings, put a bandaid over them)
Extra pair of nylons
Extra hair supplies i.e. hair spray
Dance mats for warm-up
Cash to enter a performance venue or competition
Spray bottle for shoes
Water and non-messy snacks
On a kilt, the number is safety pinned on the underside of the kilt/kiltie on the bottom left hand corner (when you are looking at the dancer).
On a national dress or aboyne outfit, the number can be pinned on the centre seam between the bodice and skirt or slightly off to the left side (when looking at the dancer). Basically, as long as the number can be seen and is along the seam, it is acceptable.
On a Sailor's Hornpipe outfit, the number is pinned along the bottom edge of the top as long as it can be seen.
The pinning of a number on the Jig dress is similar to the aboyne outfit.