Dances of October 26, 2002

1 Ajde Jano- Serbia
2 Erev Ba -Israel
3 Jacob's Ladder (Shulam Yaakou) -Israel
4 Arap -Macedonia
5 Novo Zagorsko -Bulgaria
6 Doudlebska Polka -Czechoslovakia
7 Karagouna -Greek
8 Duke of Kent's Waltz -English
9 Postie's Jig -Scotland
10 Ve David -Israel
11 Road to the Isles -Scotland
12 Chiotikos -Greek
13 Korobushka -Russia
14 Harmonica -Israel
15 Salty Dog Rag -USA
16 Joc de Leagana -Maramures, Romania
17 Karapyet -Russia
18 Briul de la Fagaras -Romania
19 Hambo -Sweden
20 Cimpoi -Romania
21 Kritikos Syrtos -Greek
22 Sirba din Slatina -Romania
23 Picking Up Sticks -English
24 Sirba din Cimpoi -Romania
25 Mairi's Wedding -Scotland
26 Joc Batranesc din Niculetel -Dobrogea, Romania
27 Trind Polska -Finland
28 Siksara -Turkey -Larissa taught


International Folk Dance,
Saturday, November 2, will be at the
Salvation Army Gym, again as usual. 7 to 10pm.

The next Contra Dance, at the Creston Grange Hall, will be
Next Friday! November 1, 2002.
The dance is at 8:00, with the beginners' workshop at 7:30.
The cost is $6 each for adults, $3 each for teenagers (13-18),
and kids 12 and under are free.
The dance is put on by Contra Dance Flathead, and two numbers
to call for more information are: 862-7098 and 857-2026.

Folk dance workshop with Edwidge Munn, Calgary -November 8-10

Learn to Clog: No partner needed, meet every Tuesday, upstairs
Eagles Club. Beginning lessons start at 5:30. Contact Carla
for more information 752-7919.

Learn to do Western Line dance, meet every Thursday at the
Sons of Norway, 6:30pm, $3.00.

The Steam and Stomp 2003, will be Saturday noon to Sunday
afternoon. February 22, 23. Boulder, Montana.

A note from our friend Sally:
"Speaking of belts, I learned this weekend that Briul
(with a little hat or roof over the i) means belt, so anything
called "Briul de la ____" will probably have a belt hold."

Present tonight were:

1 Russ
2 Larissa
3 Missy
4 Cris
5 Don &
6 Rose
7 Jon &
8 Lauren
9 Jackie
10 Linda
11 John &
12 Diana
13 Marvin
14 Sam &
15 Ruth
16 Brigitte
17 Roger

Till next time!