Hi everyone,

	*****    Don't forget   CAMP AND STAMP WEEKEND- June 24 and 25  **********
         	*****    See details at the end of this email *****

     Dances from June 10, 2006, at the Salvation Army Gym, from 7 to 10pm

     1  Sitna Zborenka 			Bulgaria
     2  Sila Kale Bal 			Serbian Gypsy
     3  Sitno Malis^evsko 		Bulgaria, Pirin region
     4  Stani Sterko 			Bulgaria, Pirin
     5  Stiga mi sa momne le 		Bulgaria, Rhodopes
     6  Staro Pomas^ko Horo 		Bulgaria, Rhodopes region
     7  Debka Kafrit 			Israel
     8  Devojce, Devojce 		Macedonia
     9  Belasicko Oro 			Macedonia
     10 Dospatsko Oro 			Bulgaria, Rhodopes
     11 Gorani 				Armenia
     12 Louky 				Czech
     13 Hora Miresii 			Romania
     14 Hora pe Gheata 			Romania
     15 Gavotte d'Honneur 		France/Brittany
     16 Orijent 			Serbia
     17 Be'er Basadeh 			Israel
     18 Haroa Haktana 			Israel done twice
     19 Tervelska Raka 			Bulgaria, Dobrudz^a
     20 Tintaroiul (tsintsuhROYool)     Suceava (Suceava is the Suceava County seat, in Bukovina region, in 
					north-eastern Romania. The city was the capital of the Principality of 
					Moldavia from 1388 to 1565 	Russ taught done twice

     21 Hora Miresii 			Romania  again
     22 Sadi Moma 			Bulgaria, Pirin
     23 Sarajevka Kolo 			Serbia
     24 Joc de Leagane 			Romania, Maramures 	The dance to present a new child to the village
     25 Siriul 				Romania
     26 Lepa Moja Milena/Drmacica 	Croatia
     27 Sheyne 				Waltz 
     28 Pe Batute 			Romania
     29 Karagouna 			Greek
     30 Horehronsky Cardas 		Slovakia
     31 Trugnala Rumjana 		Bulgaria

     In attendance:

     1  Don
     2  Rose
     3  Roger
     4  Russ
     5  Missy
     6  Marvin
     7  Jon
     8  Connie
     9  Cris and
     10 Rebecca arrived about 9 with their three week old son Dyson.Dyson slept the entire time. His Mom and Dad
		took turns holding him while dancing with us. Russ held Dyson while Cris and Rebecca danced
		Horehronsky Cardas.


International Folk Dance, June 17, 2006  at the Salvation Army Gym, 7 to 10pm.


Directions to the old LaSalle School and tentative schedule:

Hi everyone,

I just wanted to announce once again that...Saturday,June 24th, some of the Bozeman, Butte and Helena group
are coming to dance with us...  We'll dance at the LaSalle School in the afternoon. 1PM

After 5:00 or so, we will break for a potluck dinner in the same location. (We will coordinate what food items to bring,
when we know who will do that task.)

At 7:00 we will be at the Salvation Army Gym as usual.

(Those coming from out of town, come directly to the school. If you have a tent to set up at Russ's, then you can set
up after the potluck and before dancing at the Salvation Army Gym; if you want to.)

Directions to the old school are as follows:  Drive up Hwy. 2 toward Glacier Intl. Airport.  Across from the north
end of the airport is large blue hanger across the street is a railroad siding where there is usually a row of boxcars.
Look for Pioneer Rd. that crosses the railroad tracks and drive about 1/4 mi. east.  You will see the school on the
corner of the Olsen Machine Park and go into the gate down a little ways (south) of the school.


If you need better directions, call Russ

Salvation Army Gym, where we dance every Saturday 7 to 10 pm, We will be able to dance until 11 o'clock Saturday night.

More folk dancing Sunday morning in Russ's famous "chicken house".  Sunday we'll cook up breakfast in Russ's kitchen,
like we did last year.  Some thought that was one of the nicest parts of the weekend. Then we can dance again, at the
LaSalle School or the chicken house, depending on how many want to dance.

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

Till next time