On Sunday, December 13 there will be a tea dance to celebrate the 234th anniversary of Jane Austen's birth ( a few days early). Dance historian Susan de Guardiola from Connecticut will teach country dances of the era plus the Boulanger, the Country Bumpkin, and Sir Roger de Coverley --maybe even a cotillion or quadrille. Period costume is encouraged and admired but not required, and period refreshments will be served.
The time and location: 1-4pm, at Goff Hall, 124 Bay State Road, Rehoboth, Massachusetts
A map and directions are at: www.contradancelinks.com/rehoboth_map.html
For more info, email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Liefe Wheeler (email@example.com)
If anyone attends, you MUST send us pictures!