|1||The Northdown Waltz||Goulding 1820||Pousette in the B2|
|2||Ore Boggy||Neal 1726|
|3||The Young Widow||Griffiths 1788||Triple minor|
|4||Polka Dots||Traditional||5-person set|
|5||Elizabeth||Colin Hume||called by Liz Tarnove|
|6||Orleans Baffled||Walsh 1711||Triple minor|
|7||Vivaldi in Paradise||Gary Roodman|
|8||Lord How's Jig||Thompson 1777||Triple minor|
|9||Hambleton's Round-o||Playford 1710||Triple minor
Dance of the month
|10||The Mulberry Garden||Playford 1670||Style dance|
|11||Peace Be With You||Fried de Metz Herman|
|12||Jaque Latin||Wilson 1775|
|13||Candles in the Dark||Loretta Holtz|
Since the dance-of-the-month was a triple minor, I figured I'd do a triple minor evening. It was a smaller crowd, with only ten dancers for the last half hour.
The "style dance" is a new experiment with our Poway ECD group -- take one well-known easier dance, and focus on the style points. Unfortunately some of the dancers were too lost on the direction to look for new neighbors for the back-to-back to be able to do much else.
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