Well... I don't know about eating between dances (urp, excuse me!)... but
several of us from the San Francisco used to (maybe still do) get together
for Sunday brunch periodically, as a way of devising dances, trying out
dances we had devised, socializing and eating. We even published a book of
dances called, surprisingly "Sunday Brunch".
RSCDS San Francisco Branch
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> ... Now, how does this relate to SCD? Because I think Breakfast dances > would be a lovely custom with breakfast served in courses between dances. > Does anyone else agree?
I think this is an interesting idea. Many years ago, Malcolm had an
idea that he would like to hold a ball in a grand country house and
instead of finishing at midnight or just before as usual, finish with
breakfast. (This never materialised.)
I also had to smile at Marilynn's idea of a Breakfast dance as one of
our sons often tells us "I don't do mornings"! Maybe only the morning
people would be there.