St. Louis BALL and WORKSHOP with Lara Friedman-Shedlov JUNE 23-25

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The Highland Mist Scottish Country Dancers of St. Louis, Missouri/Illinois
USA proudly announce a SCOTTISH COUNTRY BALL and WORKSHOP WEEKEND with Lara
Friedman-Shedlov of Minneapolis, Minnesota.

JUNE 23-25, 2006

Lara will be teaching a dancers' workshop and a teachers' workshop. There
will be an evening ball, with a walkthru in the afternoon. NOTE: all dances
will be walked thru at the ball in the evening as well. And there will also be
a brunch on Sunday.

Details for the event, and all dance instructions, are on the Highland Mist
Scottish Country Dancers website -
_http://members.aol.com/ParadiseMO/HM1ball.html_
(http://members.aol.com/ParadiseMO/HM1ball.html)

HIGHLAND MIST SCOTTISH COUNTRY BALL PROGRAM

Justine's Delight waltz Wee Hoose On The Mississippi
Hasten To Your Feet jig Schneider: leaflet
The Clansman reel RSCDS Book 32
Mary Hamilton strathspey Drewry: Canadian Book
EH3 7AF jig RSCDS Book 40
The Balgeddie Reel reel Brandon: Memories of Fyfe
The Bridge of Nairn strathspey RSCDS Book 13
Snow On The Mountain jig Friedman-Shedlov: White Rose of Scotland
St. Bernard's Waltz waltz Traditional
Domino Five reel 4th Carnforth Book
Dark Lochnagar strathspey Ian Boyd
Miss Hadden's Reel jig RSCDS Book 23
The Chrysanthemum reel Betty Grant
Monymusk strathspey RSCDS Book 11
Odd Man Out reel Twenty Years, Twenty Dances

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