Andrew Buxton March 7, 2006, 6:26 p.m. (Message 44528)
Re: Difference Between Briefing a dance and Recapping a Dance
Here in Sussex, there is a dance happening somewhere almost every Saturday. We can't possibly practise in class every dance on every programme even once (despite quite a lot of overlap between programmes) and someone wanting to go to one of those may well be unable to attend the particular class when it's practised. So I don't think it's fair to expect that people going to events will be fully confident of every dance. We've discussed the difficulty for visitors of getting partners (and a place in a set) for each dance. If you have to check Pilling or a printed briefing in the gap between dances there's even less chance of getting in. If you know there's going to be a briefing you can have more confidence in asking someone. Andrew Buxton Brighton, UK Don & Margaret Sarna <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: >The answer is: Because presumably not everyone is local thus hasn't had the luxury of practicing those dances exclusively for weeks ahead of time. If Branches want non-locals to attend events, they must take them into consideration. --------------------------------- To help you stay safe and secure online, we've developed the all new Yahoo! Security Centre.