Hello Dancers,

We dance tomorrow night (Saturday Nov. 9) from 7 to 10 p.m. at the usual venue (Salvation Army Community Center,
110 Bountiful Drive). We celebrate Missy's birthday a few days early. Connie reports that Karen is bringing a
dessert, so bring a different snack to share, if you so desire. Thanks to Max and Eva for hosting our dance at
their home last Friday night.

DANCES 11-01-13

Ma Navu (Mana avu)	Israel
Setnja			Serbia
Kritiko Serviko		Greece
Ciganja			Gypsy			Roger taught this dance we learned from Ira Weisburd workshop 
Tino Mori		Macedonia
Tzadik Katamar		Israel
Tzadik Katamar		Israel
Tervelska Tropanka	Bulgaria
Lesnoto Makedonsko Devojce	Macedonia
Alunelul		Romania
Lalica			Bulgaria
Arnautsko Horo		Bulgaria-Pirin
Mascatii		Romania-Moldova
Devichya Khorovodnaya	Russia			Don led this one, also from Ira's workshop 
Zavlitsena		Greece
Tsamika Tria		Greece
Siriul			Romania
Hore pe Seshe		Romaina
Zimushka		Russia
T'Filati		Israel

DANCERS 11-01-13
1.	Max
2.	Eva
3.	Tina
4.	Roger
5.	Don
6.	Rose
7.	Connie

Happy dancing!

Info about the Contra dance tomorrow:

Contra dancing begins again in Kalispell on Nov. 2. Joe reports that Flathead Contra Dancers, Humanities Montana and the Kalispell Senior Center are proud to bring a member of the HM Speakers Bureau to Kalispell on Nov. 2 to talk about the history of ballroom dancing.

This FREE presentation ''From the Volta to the Foxtrot'' by Mark Matthews will include vintage films featuring such historic dances as the turkey trot, Texas tommy and the foxtrot. The talk will range from Renaissance dances such as the volta--Queen Elizabeth's favorite dance--up to the careers of Irene and Vernon Castle who, during the 1910s, set the standards for modern ballroom dancing. The 1-hour presentation will take place at Kalispell Senior Center on Saturday, November 2nd, beginning at 4 PM.

Then, plan on grabbing a bite to eat and then, at 7:30, returning to the Senior Center (403 2nd Ave. West) for the First Contra Dance of the Season! New Money will provide live music with Mark Matthews calling.

Contra dancing is New England style folk dancing to live music of Celtic jigs and reels done in long lines or a
continuous circle of partners. Because it is a lively mixer with everyone dancing with each other, a dance partner is not required.

All dance abilities are welcomed with lessons beginning at 7:30 PM.

$5/high school and college students,
For more information, call 261-2029