Harvest Social, Oct. 27
Priscilla M. Burrage Oct. 1, 2001, 2:59 p.m. (Message 27612)
Here's a copy of our flyer on our Vermont Harvest Social and some first- hand info on crossing the border to get to it. Took us about thirty seconds to cross into Canada last weekend. And about two minutes to cross back into the US as they ask to look in the trunck. We were so fast because there were so few other cars. But dont't try to go when it's normally heavy traffic: Sunday, late afternoon or evening, either direction, and Monday to Friday when people are getting to or leaving work. The line of cars waiting builds up to miles long. Hope to see you at the VERMONT HARVEST SOCIAL NEW LOCATION Grand Isle School, Grand Isle VT DATE October 27, 2001 Walk-Thru's* 5 pm Reception 6 pm Potluck Supper 6:30 pm Dancing 7:45 pm MUSIC R.P. Hale, piano; Sylvia Miskoe, accordion; Ralph Thompson, violin Green Mountain Jig 8 x 32 J Ben Stein, Pinewoods 2 Braes of Tullimet 8 x 32 S 101 version, not RSCDS Bk 7/12 The Periwig 8 x 32 R RSCDS Leaflet 33/4 Flock of Geese */Wild Geese 10 x 32 J Mel Briscoe Slipknot / 5 cple set RSCDS Bk 24/3 Three Sisters 8 x 32 S John Drewry, leaflet Da' Rain Dancin' 8 x 32 R Ron Wallace, Whiteadder Royal Deeside Railway 8 x 32 R RSCDS Bk 40/9 Birks of Invermay 8 x 32 S RSCDS Bk 16/2 As the Worm Turns * 8 x 32 J Priscilla Burrage, unpub. Ellwyn's Fairy Glen 8 x 32 R John Duthie, Eight SCD/8 Mrs. Hume's Strathspey 8 x 32 S Anselm Lingnau, pub. on "strathspey" Pelorus Jack 8 x 32 J RSCDS 41/1; Barry Skelton, Dolphin Bk/ 8 White Heather Jig 4 cple set 4 x 40 J James Cosh, Twenty-Two + 2 Braes of Breadalbane 8 x 32 S RSCDS Bk 21/7 Reel of Royal Scots 8 x 32 R RSCDS Leaflet, Roy Goldring Comfortable, yielding wooden floor (with No - skid rosin, if needed) Cost = $20. Let us know you are coming: Bud and Alison Etherton, 42 Elsom Pkwy, South Burlington VT 05403. (802--658-4126) Potluck: For reception & supper, bring a potluck contribution, or a generous $ donation if you are not bringing food.
Paula Jacobson Oct. 2, 2001, 2:38 a.m. (Message 27638, in reply to message 27612)
I'm interested to know the difference between the 101 and book 7/12 versions of Braes of Tulliemet. This dance has always been a favorite of mine for its very traditional figures along with an absolutely gorgeous tune. Paula Jacobson SF Branch
Fyreladdie Oct. 2, 2001, 3:26 a.m. (Message 27642, in reply to message 27612)
Paula, There are no differences except that book 7 mentions when dancers should step up and down. In 101 SCD it also describes, briefly where the first couple end before the reel. I have the book if you'd like to check it out, Paula. Bob Mc Murtry