St. Mark's Episcpal Church,
Santa Clara, CA
From The Page (December, 2010):
Dancing and merriment are the cure for the short, cold days of winter, and you are cordially invited to the Crosston Dance Ball. If you enjoy period dance to music by live musicians, good food, and fine costumes, then this is the event for you! In the afternoon, there will be dance instruction led by our fabulous dance instructors, followed by a delicious potluck, finger food buffet of period dishes, coordinated by Gianetta da Bene. The evening will be completed with several sets of dances to the fine playing of our wonderful live musicians. Should there be any spiders about, there will be physickers on hand to prescribe dancing a ritual tarantella, if needed, for dancing is the surest cure for spider bites.
Site Information: Join us at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, (address omitted), Santa Clara, CA. Site opens at 11:30 AM Dance classes at noon, and at 5 PM the potluck starts. At 6 PM we will begin the ball, and the event ends at 10 PM. The event is free for all, but donations will be gladly accepted at the door.
Autocrat: Isabel d'Triana (contact info omitted).
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