- Talent: Alisa Dodson calling to the music of Quite Carried Away
- Date: Sunday, January 8, 2017
- Time: 3:00-6:00 pm, with newcomer’s workshop at 2:30 pm
- Location: Polish American Hall, 327 Main St, Roseville
- $10 for adults; $8 for college students with ID; $5 for dancers under 18; $25 maximum for families (cash or check)
The first English country dance in Roseville for 2017 will be on January 8th, which is the second Sunday rather than our usual first. Alisa Dodson has been English country dancing since 1980 and calling since 1990. She was involved in BACDS dance in the Bay Area for many years before moving away, and she now lives in the old gold mining town of Murphys.
Give seven musicians and friends some English country dance music to play, and they’re Quite Carried Away! Our house band is Dick Holdstock on octave mandolin and banjo, Susan Jones and Sandra Westfall on concertinas, Arlene Jamar on piano, Jane Kostka on whistle, Martin Lodahl on viola da gamba, and David Wright on fiddle and mandolin.
As usual, beginners are welcome and no partners are necessary. If you are bringing, or know of any, first-timers, please urge them to come at 2:30 for the introductory workshop that precedes the dance. All dancers are welcome at the workshop, but first-time attendees receive a coupon for half-off admission at their next dance!
For more information, and lost and found, call Laura Leonelli, 916-549-7093, or email email@example.com.
January 14: contra dance
January 28: potluck & contra dance
February 5: English country dance