The first annual English Trifle! Memorial Day Weekend: Saturday,May 23 through Monday, May 25, 2015 Come to the inaugural English Trifle at Timber Ridge Camp, in High View, WV. This brand new event begins at 2 on Saturday, so you won't have to fight Friday night holiday weekend traffic. We'll dance Saturday afternoon and evening, all day Sunday, and after brunch and a farewell session, we'll send you home in time to fix dinner and start the laundry. Lots of English Country Dance, of course. Workshops will include Dutch Crossing and a 16-dancer quadrille – details will be posted on the website as they are finalized. Featured callers are Scott Higgs, Gaye Fifer, and Tom Spilsbury. Eight excellent and skilled musicians will play in duos, trios, quartets – maybe even an octet on Sunday night! We are delighted to have Tina Chancey (violin, viol da gamba), Andrea Hoag (violin), Karin Loya (cello), Janet Muse (keyboard), Paul Oorts (mandolin, accordion), Charlie Pilzer (keyboard), Carrie Rose (flute), and Marty Taylor (winds, concertina). All meals are included, plus afternoon tea on both Saturday and Sunday. The Sunday tea will honor the 100 th anniversary of CDSS. And we'll have a "tea bag exchange" – bring your extra tea bags, and take a new assortment home with you! Name: __________________________________________________ Food Preference: Street: __________________________________________________ G Omnivore G Vegetarian City, State, Zip: ________________________, _______ __________ Day ph. __________________ Eve. ph. _______________________ email:[email protected] ______________________ I am GM GF (W e do not gender balance.) G Enclosed is my check for $90 Food or sweeper fellowships ($75) may be available. For more information, visit our website: AnEnglishTrifle.org G No red m eat G Vegan Housing preference: G M en only G W omen only G Couples G Parent w/teen G I plan to tent G A/C if possible G No A/C G I want to share housing with ___________________________ Timber Ridge Camp is a 200-acre facility, located on gentle, sloping ground in a horseshoe bend of the Cacapon River. Meals will be served cafeteria style in the Dining Hall. All cabins have showers; a few have air conditioning. Some rooms with private or semi-private baths are available. Register early, as allocation of rooms is based on registration date. No smoking is permitted in any camp building; no pets are permitted. This event is supported in part by the May Gadd/Phil Merrill Fund of the Country Dance and Song Society. To register by Paypal, go to www.AnEnglishTrifle.org and click on Registration. To register by mail, send this form (with payment) to Jerry Blum, 8300 Osage Terrace, Adelphi, MD 20783-1757. Please print legibly, and use a separate form for each registrant. Make checks payable to "FootFall." We will confirm by email; or send us an SASE.
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