The 15th Trinity Assembly ( Toronto Ont )

Ann Boyd

Message 3935 · 10 Apr 1996 23:50:22 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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There is something about the repeated sight of this subject line that is
bringing out a kind of protectiveness -- or perhaps just defensiveness -- in
me.

The Trinity Assembly currently seems synonymous on this network with
"overkill" and the fraught topics of walk-throughs and talk-throughs. As
one who joyfully attended the Assembly for most of its first 14 years, I
would prefer to see it mentioned rather as one of Toronto's
most delightful spring balls. The setting -- Trinity College at the
University of Toronto -- is lovely in its own neo-gothic style, the floor of
Strachan Hall is a pleasure to dance on, the live music is a pleasure to
dance to, the challenging Trinity programs are a pleasure to dance through,
and the supper is always delicious! And the briefings are just that:
brief, clear, and helpful.

Perhaps I should add that May is a very nice month for a weekend in
Toronto -- it would be great to inspire dancers from out of town to attend.

Ann Boyd

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