Dances of March 8, 2003 @ The Salvation Army Gym, 7-10

1 Pomaisko Sirto -Bulgaria
2 Oseh Shaloam -Israel/Jewish 2x
3 Biserka -Serbia -the Dick Crum way
4 Yolanda -Latin
5 Promoroaca -Romania (proh-moh-ROH-kah)
6 Kolo Zita -Croatia -Dance we learned at Steam and Stomp 2003
7 Kritikos Syrtos -Greek
8 Marklaender -German/Danish -Russ taught
9 Misirlou -Greek/American
10 Aino Kchume -Assyria
11 Vulpita (vool-pizza) -Oltenia, Romania -and danced it later too.
12 Guhneega -Armenia
13 Pentozali -Greek, Island of Crete 2x
14 Mairi's Wedding -Scotland
15 Avrameanca- Moldavia, Romania -with suspender hand hold!
16 Satovcensko Horo -Pirin, Bulgaria
17 Polka Dot -Scotland -Russ reviewed 1st
18 Jove Malaj Mome -Bulgaria
19 Trind Polska -Finland
20 Sirba din Cimpoi -Romania
21 Vlasko -Vlach, NW Bulgaria (long version)
22 Laz Bar -Armenia
23 Sestorka -Serbia
24 Picking Up Sticks -English -Russ reviewed 1st


International Folk Dance,
Saturday, March 15, will be at the
Salvation Army Gym, 7 to 10pm

Our FIFTH anniversary will be March 22nd. Our first dance was
Friday, March 20, 1998. At the Sons of Norway Hall. Prices were:
$2 for adults, $1 for kids under 12, $5 for families.
Contacts were Sara Hok and Chris Brewer.

The next Contra Dance, at the Creston Grange Hall, will be
Friday, April 11, 2003. Yes, this time it's not the 1st Friday!
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.

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.

Present tonight were:

1 Connie
2 Cris
3 Don
4 Jackie Z.
5 Larissa
6 Lauren
7 Linda
8 Marilyn
9 Marvin
10 Missy
11 Roger
12 Rose
13 Russ
14 Max and
15 Eva visiting from out of town.
16 Sam and
17 Ruth came late with a couple of friends to dance the last dance,
Picking up sticks

Till next time,