Dance Weekend in Munich

Bruno Leibundgut

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================= Scottish Country Daning in Munich ====================
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Scottish Country Dance Course for intermediate and advanced dancers
from 20th to 23rd of May 1994

Where: Gym Hall on the Hochstrasze 31, D-81669 Munich, Germany
Starting: Friday, 20th May, 6p.m. Ending: Monday, 23rd May, 12.30p.m.
Saturday morning free time.

Teacher: Stanley Wilkie, Edinburgh, Scotland
Pianist: Muriel More, Glasgow, Scotland

Fees: DM100.- (Tuition only)
Please enclose the funds in form of an open DM-cheque or transfer them to
Raiffeisenbank Muenchen - Forstenried eG (Bankcode 701 694 66, Acct. 10050 7172)
Acct. Name Munich Scottish Assn.
No refunds can be reclaimed after April 30th 1994.

Accomodation: The MSA offers the possibility of room-reservations in the following hotels, reservations must be made personally:

Hotel Pension Mariahilf, Lilienstr. 83, D-81669 Munich
Tel. 089-484834
Prices (breakfast incl.)
Single DM 102,50, Double DM135.-, 3-bed DM172,50

Hotel Christl, Rosenheimerstr. 103, D-81667 Munich
Tel. 089-4487474
Prices (breakfast incl.)
Single DM115.-, Double DM135.-, 3-bed DM180.-

Application until April 20th, 1994 to:
Tina Roempp
Danklstr. 29
D-81371 Munich, Germany
Tel. 089-763740

For further information you can contact Andreas Jelinek
(xxx@xx.xxxxxx.xxxxxxx.xx) or Bruno Fergusson (xxxxxxxx@xxx.xxx).

See you there,
Bruno.

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