Hi everyone,

     Dances from January 28, 2006, at the Salvation Army Gym.
     (The order of dances from 7 to 10pm)

1  Makazice-Bela Rada              	Serbia      	Sam taught
2  Djado Mitjovata (Kusmet)        	Bulgaria
3  Dramskato (Dujni Mi Duini)      	Bulgaria
4  Siriul                          	Romania
5  Bufc^ansko                      	Macedonia
6  Ma Navu                         	Israel
7  Serbianka                       	Serbia
8  Kuma Echa                       	Israel
9  Lech Lamidbar                   	Israel
10 Trugnala Rumjana                	Bulgaria
11 Kendime                         	Turkey
12 Ali Pasha                       	Turkey
13 Korobushka                      	Russia      	Sam and Ruth taught
14 Vranjanka  (Sano Duso)          	Serbia
15 Harmonica                       	Israel
16 Ne e Kemi Drenicën (Dance from Plav)    Montenegro
17 Nu Voi Dado                     	Aromanian  	Roger taught
18 Posties Jig                     	Scotland   	Sam and Ruth taught
19 Joc batranesc de la Niculitel   	Romania
20 Moj Dragane (longer)            	Croatia
21 Hole In The Wall                	England    	Jackie taught
22 Hole In The Wall  (MunnWS05)    	England
23 At Va'ani                       	Israel
24 Mairi's Wedding                 	Scotland   	Sam and Ruth taught
25 Erev Ba                         	Israel
26 Pe Batute 				Romania (added 2 verses)
27 Barsgeren yeghanag (Persian Melody)  Armenia
28 Sitno Malisevsko                	Bulgaria
29 Ajde Jano (Rock 1)              	Serbia
30 Godecki C^ac^ak                 	Serbia
31 Ve Daveed                       	Israel
32 Korobushka                      	Russia
33 Hasapiko of Plaka               	Greek
34 Tervelska Raka                  	Bulgaria
35 Birchot Havdalah                	Israel

In attendance, (close to the order of arrival):

1  Roger
2  Jackie
3  Linda
4  Ted
5  Sam
6  Ruth
7  Joe
8  Ronda


      International Folk Dance, February 4, 2006  at the
        Salvation Army Gym, 7 to 10pm.


The annual International Folkdance at Boulder Hot Springs, the Steam and Stomp, is a folkdancing tradition started
over twenty years ago. It is an opportunity to dance, soak in the hot springs, and visit with folk dancers from
across Montana.  Dances will be taught by local teachers during the days and Saturday night will feature our folk
dance party. Our teaching program and party will include plenty of easy to intermediate dances so don't hesitate to
come even if you have not been folk dancing recently.

Accommodations:  Boulder Hot Springs can accommodate about 50 people with one to three people per room.  Many rooms
have private baths; others share a bathroom with a shower/tub at the end of the hall.  Single rooms are $50 plus tax;
double rooms are $75 plus tax.  More elegant theme rooms are available for $20 (plus tax) extra per night with
guaranteed full or half bath.

Meals:  Boulder Hot Springs will serve dinner, breakfast and lunch for us. In addition, they will provide drinks and
fruit snacks during the dancing. 

What to Bring:  Shoes for indoor use and bathing suit (for outdoor pool). No cooking, smoking, fire of any kind,
firearms, alcohol or illegal drugs are allowed.

Registration:  We need to reserve rooms and get a meal count by February 7th at the latest.  If you plan to spend the
day only, there is a day use fee of $10.00 and you do not need to preregister except for meals, if you want them.  If
you are spending the night, use of the facility is included in the room price.  Meal, day use, and room costs for
children under 14 are half price.  There is no charge for children under three.  If you are just coming for Saturday
evening, the charge is $6.00 for the party and soaking, and you can pay when you come.  All others please fill out the
attached registration form and send a check for the appropriate amount made out to Helena International Folkdancers.
Please note if you are sharing a room with someone who is not registered with you, or if you wish to share a room and
will allow us to assign you a roommate.

Send Registration to:
For Information Call:

        Our web site: http://www.montanafolkdance.org

        Any suggestions, clarifications, corrections, you have are welcome.

        Till next time