Rosalind, Linda, Allison, Laurie, Cris, Ardyce, Larissa, Lita
Margaret, Marilyn, Missy, Barbara, Cissy, Connie, Russ, Don &
Rose, Jackie Z., John & Diana, Jon, Max & Eva, Hank & Mardia,
Sally & Alan, Sam & Ruth, Sarah, Sue, Jackie V., Christie,
Richard & Susan, Cecelia, Ruth S., Tim, Brenda, Joe, Ed & Deanna,
Debbie, Michael & Susan, Sally D.

Dances from June 5, 2004 at the Salvation Army Gym, 7-10 PM.
(close to the order we did them in)

1 Tervelska Tropanka -Bulgaria, Dobrudz^a
2 Trakijska Rac^enica -Bulgaria, Trakia -learned in Bozeman
3 Ravno Oro -Macedonia
4 C^ukanoto -Bulgaria -Thanks to Sally J. for the music and Syllabus,
also Susan S. for pointing out the simularity with Alunelul
using swinging arms.
5 Bekesi Paros -Hungarian couple dance
6 Kyustendilska Rac^enica -Bulgaria (Danses Folkloriques version) -Roger demoed
7 Delc^evsko Horo -Bulgaria
8 Panagjursko Horo -Bulgaria
Beginning dances, next 7:
9 C^ukanoto -Bulgaria -Roger taught
10 Moj Dragane (MOJ drah-GAHN-eh) -My Sweetheart- -Lika, Croatian line dance
11 Srbijanka -Serbian line dance, coils up then changes direction
with signal from music.
12 Kolo Z^ita -Croatian line, middle finger hold
13 Jiana -Transylvania, Romanian back basket hold circle,
14 Moja Diridika -Croatian circle -Russ taught
15 Vrapc^eto (vrrahp-che-toe) -Bulgarian children's line dance.
16 Newcastle -English -Russ taught -done twice
17 Bridge of Athlone -Irish -Sally Delby taught, see announcements below
18 Sborinka -Bulgaria -mens and womens lines, taunting each other:-)
Bridge of Athlone -repeat
19 Trip to Bavaria -Scotland -Russ taught -done twice
20 Harmonica -Israeli line -"happy, clappy, leapy dance"
21 Danec -Dobrudza, Bulgarian line
22 Pidhichtos Banas -North Thrace
23 Zwiefacher: Leut Leut -Germany
24 Sirba din Slatina -Romanian line
25 Cajun Waltz -USA
26 Drmes iz Zdencine -Croatia
Sborinka -Bulgaria -repeat
27 Vlasko -Vlach, NW Bulgaria (long version)
28 Koster C'Hoad (the C'Hoad sounds like "wad") -France/Brittany
29 Devojko Mari Hubava -Rhodopes, Bulgaria
30 Birchot Havdalah -Israel


1 Connie
2 Cris
3 Don
4 Jackie Z.
5 Larissa
6 Lita
7 Margaret
8 Marvin
9 Missy
10 Roger
11 Rose
12 Russ
13 Sally D. <1st time dancing with us.


Monday-Thursday at the Celtic Cross School of Irish Dance,
Summer Workshops *June 14-17* -1740 Woodland Ave. Kalispell.
For more information call Sally Delby, Director. Ph # 755-6530
Introduction to Irish dance:
ages 6-10 M-Th 2-2:45pm
ages 11 and up 3-3:45pm
Ceili Dancing ages 9 through adult M-Th 7-8PM
Ceili -say "kay'-lee", means "party" in Irish-

Monday* Scandinavian folk dancing. 7pm at the Sons of Norway.

Tuesday* Learn to Clog: New Beginning lessons started April 6th
at 5:30. No partner needed, meet every Tuesday, upstairs Eagles
Club. Contact Carla for more information 752-7919.

Wednesday* Free dance lessons, 7:30pm at the Blue Moon on HWY 2
West of Columbia Falls. They are taught by Melanie and Alex of
Dance Montana. Each week a different step is taught. Varies between:
two step, west coast swing, east coast swing, waltz, nightclub,
cha cha.

Thursday* Learn to do Western Line dance, meet at the Sons of
Norway, 6:30pm, $3.00.

Friday* The 9th Contra Dance, and last of this season will be at
the Sons of Norway. June 11, 2004. The 2nd Friday of each month.
The Sons of Norway's address is 347 1st Ave E.
(corner of 1st Ave. E and 4th St. E.) Kalispell, the NE corner,
across the street from the fire department. The dance is from 8:00
to 11pm, with the beginners' workshop starting at 7:30pm.
The cost is $6 each for adults, $3 each for teenagers (13-18),
and kids 12 and under are free. Potluck snacks for mid-dance
break. The dance is put on by "Contra Dance Flathead Volunteers",
MORE volunteers are needed. Please call Christina for more info.

Saturday* International Folk Dance, June 12, 2004 at the
Salvation Army Gym, 7 to 10pm will resume.

"Camp and Stamp" this Summer, will be June 26 and 27.
Camping at Russ's, dancing at the LaSalle School durring the day
and the Salvation Army Gym at night.
Work party at Russ's the afternoon of June 19th -to get ready for
the camp and stamp the following weekend.

Armenian work shop with Tineke van Geel, Calgary,
November 13 & 14 2004.

Sally's fine work is available for online viewing:

For other dance information from Bozeman and Butte check out our web
site: http://www.montanafolkdance.org

Any suggestions, comments, corrections, you have are welcome!

Till next time