Rosalind, Linda, Allison, Dianne, Laurie, Cris, Ardyce, Larissa,
Margaret, Marilyn, Missy, Barbara, Cissy, Connie, Russ, Don &
Rose, Jackie Z., John & Diana, Jon, Max & Eva, Hank & Mardia,
Sally & Alan, Sam & Ruth, Sarah, Sue, Jackie V., Christie, Susan &
Richard, Cecelia, Ruth S., Tim, Brenda, Joe, Ed & Deanna.

Dances from February 21, 2004 at the Salvation Army gym, 7-10 PM.
(Close to the order we did them in)

Early birds did 1-14:
1 Arsul de la Calarasi -Oltenia
2 Purtata din Vistea -Transilvania
3 Nu voi dado -Aroman
4 Gaida -Aroman (1st version)
5 Rustemul la trei de la Patulele -Olt.
6 Ardeleana din Campie -Banat
7 Cadaneasca de la Macin -Dobrogea
8 Tropca de la Tulcea -Dobrogea
9 Braul mare din Ramnicu Sarat -Munt.
10 Hora and Sarba de la Ruginoasa -Mol.
11 Gaida -Aroman (2nd version)
12 Alunelul de la Godinesti -Oltenia
13 Maruntica de la Cajvana -Bucovina
14 Hutulca de la Brodina -Bucovina

1 Ciganski Orijent -Serbia -Need more work on "hop step step"part.
2 Hashual -Israel
3 Koster C'Hoad (the C'Hoad sounds like "wad") -France/Brittany
-adding the scuff step will take a little longer.
4 Zemer Atik -Israel
5 Tzadik Katamar -Israel
6 Devojko Mari Hubava -Rhodopes, Bulgaria
7 Robin Ddiog (Idle Robin or Lazy Robin) -Wales
8 Biserka -Serbia
9 Itele -Romania
10 Promoroaca (proh-moh-ROH-kah) -Romania
11 Pletyonka -Russia -A new dance, very easy, Russ taught. The
leader weaves the line in and out between each person in line,
as the 2nd person followes, then the 3rd...ect. still holding
12 S^ano Dus^o (also called Vranjanka) -Serbia
13 Yolanda -This dance Linda brought to us, she didn't know the
country it was from. Tonight Lauren brought her spanish
teacher to dance, Maddy. She said it was a love song...
"the first time I saw you Yolanda...." Based on the accent,
it wasn't Mexican, Cuban, Spanish or Brazilian, her best
guess was Columbian.
14 Friday Night Mixer -French Canadian -Russ taught -done 3 times
15 Birchot Havdalah -Israel
16 Guhneega -Armenia
17 Jiana -Transylvania, Romania
18 Mairi's Wedding -Scotland -Russ reviewed 1st
19 Baldazka -Bulgaria
20 Pidhichtos Banas (PEE-deek-tos BAH-nas) -North Trace
21 Sarajevka -Serbia
22 Satovcensko Horo (Sah-tohf-CHEN-skoh Hoh-ROH) -Pirin, Bulgaria
23 Fife Ness -Scotland -Russ taught
24 Syrto -Greek
25 Music Makers -Scotland -Russ taught -done twice
26 Rumelaj -Romanian Gypsy
27 Horehronsky Csardas -Slovakia
28 Bar -Armenian community in USA
29 Salty Dog Rag -USA
30 Joc Batranesc din Niculetel -Dobrogea, Romania
31 Dubke -Arabia
32 Kolo Z^ita -Croatia
32 Alunelul de la Urzica -Romania


1 Connie
2 Cris
3 Dianne
4 Don
5 Jackie Z.
6 Joseph
7 Larissa
8 Lauren
9 Luke
10 Marilyn
11 Marvin
12 Maddy <1st time folk dancing
13 Missy
14 Roger
15 Rose
16 Russ


**Please note: There will be no folk dancing at the Salvation Army
Gym, Feb. 28th. but will continue again March 6th as usual.

Every other Friday, at the Sons of Norway, starting at 6:45, till
about 9, will be Scandinavian dancing. FREE! Check in the
Entertainer for the current date.

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.

Tim asked to put in:
"Do you think your readers would be interested to know of the free
dance lessons every Wednesday, 7:30pm at the Blue Moon on HWY 2
West of Columbia Falls? They are taught by Melanie and Alex of
Dance Montana. Each week a different step is taught. Varies between
two step, west coast swing, east coast swing, waltz, nightclub, even
cha cha..."

The 6th Contra Dance of the season is at the Sons of Norway.
March 12, 2004. The 2nd Friday of each month.
The Sons of Norway's address is 347 1st Ave E.
(corner of 1st Ave. E and 4th St. E.) Kalispell, the NE corner,
across the street from the fire department. The dance is from 8:00
to 11pm, with the beginners' workshop starting at 7:30pm.
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.

Steam and Stomp 2004, will be Saturday noon to Sunday afternoon.
Boulder, Montana. February 28 & 29.
Boulder Hot Springs. Ph # 406-225-4339.

Our SIXTH anniversary will be March 20th. 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.

Armenian work shop with Tineke van Geel, Calgary,
November 13 & 14 2004.

For other dance information from Bozeman and Butte check out our web
site: http://www.montanafolkdance.org

Any suggestions, comments, corrections, you have are welcome!

Till next time