|1||Madiera Dream||Tom Senior|
|2||Dover Pier||Preston 1791|
|3||Angels Unawares||Graham Christian|
|4||Knole Park||Bishop 1788||called by Patrick Burns|
|5||The Black Nag||Playford 1670||3-couple set|
|6||The Young Widow||Griffiths 1788||Triple minor|
|7||The Bonny Cuckoo||Gail Ticknor||4-couple set|
|8||Red House||Young 1721|
|9||A Trip to Paris||Walsh 1711|
|10||Farewell Marian||Circle mixer
called by Liz Tarnove
|11||Jaque Latin||Wilson 1775|
|12||Key to the Cellar||Jenny Beer||Triple minor|
|13||Margaret's Waltz||Pat Shaw||done improper|
|14||Jamaica||Playford 1670||called by Patrick Burns|
|15||My Lady of the Lake||Loretta Holtz||called by Liz Tarnove|
A number of our regular dancers were off on a Ken McFarland tour, so it was a smaller night.
When teaching triple minors, I've taken to describing the switching of the twos and threes as an "identity crisis that the ones need to help them with."
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