Saratoga Foothill Club,
From The Page (June, 2005):
Come all to take part in those arts, which we do not hold or touch, but that we see and hear! Enjoy a day of dance, theater, and music. The site has a large dance floor and a room for games (please bring yours!). There is a small stage for performances. After we change into garb, the evening's festivities will include performances by Bella Luna, the West Kingdom Choir, and performance dance in between the dance sets. We invite all bards to perform; please contact the Autocrat. 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/Vegetables; M-R: Desserts; S-Z: Meats. The site allows wine and champagne, no hard liquor or beer.
Site Information: The site will open at 11 am for setup, and dances will be taught from noon to 3:30 pm. Please wear mundanes for the teaching portion of the day, as we officially have the event from 4-9 pm! The site fee $5 for members, $8 for non-members, $3 for 5-12 year olds, children under 5 free.
Autocrat: Marguerite du Royon (contact info omitted).
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