|1||Morgan Rattler||Moore-Ridgely 1790|
|2||The Northdown Waltz||Goulding 1820|
|3||Yellow Stockings||Neal 1726|
|4||Hole in the Wall||Playford 1698|
|5||The Devil's Maggot||Diane Schmit|
|6||The Black Nag||Playford 1670||3-couple set|
|7||Apley House||Playford 1703|
|8||Round Pond||Pat Shaw||3-couple set|
|9||Turn of the Tide||Ron Coxall|
|10||Dover Pier||Preston 1791|
|11||Joint Effort||Chris Sackett & Brooke Friendly||Dance of the month|
|13||Gathering Peascods||Playford 1651||Circle|
|14||Yellow Stockings||Neal 1726|
A lot of our regular dancers were recovering from the L.A. ball, and we had a large mixed-age family visit for the first time, along with another family. So the dance program got changed to something a lot simpler and energetic. The first half ran over after I went to "Turn of the Tide" as a closer, given that "Round Pond" was shaky. "Joint Effort" was touch-and-go. And the last dance was a rerun because we didn't have enough time for a full walkthrough of something new. But overall, the evening went surprisingly well.
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