Saratoga Foothill Club,
From The Page (July, 2003):
Come and take part in those arts which cannot be held and touched, but are meant to be seen, heard, and experienced! Enjoy a break from the tourney season and join our shire for a day of dance, theater, and music.
The site is a lovely hall with a large floor for dancing and a room for period games. (Please bring your favorites to add those on hand!) There is also a small stage for performances and a shady outdoor patio. The site will open at eleven for setup, and dances will be taught from noon to 3:30. Please wear mundanes for the teaching portion of the day, as we officially have the event from 4-9 PM!
After we change into garb, the evening's festivities will include performances by Bella Luna, musicians, and bards in between the dance sets and merriment. All are invited to perform; please contact the Autocrat (period pieces and those with a squirrel or moose & squirrel theme are strongly encouraged!)
A potluck finger-food sideboard will be shared by all, please bring (by mundane last name): A - F , Breads/crackers and cheeses; G-L, Fruits and Vegetables; M-R, Desserts; SZ, Meats. The site allows wine and champagne, but no hard liquor or beer.
Site fees: $5 for members, $8 for non-members, $3 for ages 5-12, under 5 free.
Autocrat: Mistress Marguerite du Royon (contact info omitted).
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