[SCA-Dance] Seeking SCA Dance Instructors for Formal in Halifax, PA

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Tue Apr 5 13:09:35 EDT 2011

Bonjour Lady Avelina, I'm in the region (as long as one counts the Eastern US as a region... *hee*) and I led something quite similar for a younger set of students two years ago. 

I would recommend having more Old Measures and Playford dances than branles. 

A few questions for your consideration. How much practice time can you get with them beforehand? How many dances do they want to learn? Are you going have teaching at the ball? 


South Downs, Meridies 

p.s. I'll send a separate message to the "amulder13" address 

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Amanda Pakutz" <senat0ramida1a at yahoo.com> 
To: sca-dance at sca-dance.org 
Sent: Monday, April 4, 2011 10:08:29 PM 
Subject: [SCA-Dance] Seeking SCA Dance Instructors for Formal in Halifax, PA 

Unto the dance community Lady Avelina del Dolce sends her greetings, 

Lady Sol la Cantor and I are dance instructors in the center of Pennsylvania. We 
have been approached by a group of mothers coordinating a ball for a group of 
their home-schooled high school students in Halifax, PA. The group is looking 
for SCA dance instructors for their ball in May. We are looking for 3 - 4 more 
people to help instruct, since 60 students are attending this affair. It's on 
Thursday, May 12th from 6:00 - 10:00 PM. We are discussing teaching bransles, 
but are open to other suggestions of any gentles in this region, or surrounding 
areas, who wish to join us. Please contact: amulder13 @ gmail.com if you are 
interested or have questions. 

Per l'amore del ballo! 

Lady Avelina del Dolce 

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