> Subject: Swedish dancing, Sat. July 14th
> Hello all,
> Bill Duncan has reserved the Thomas Park in New Sweden for 2-4:00,
> Saturday, July 14th, as an opportunity for us to further learn Swedish
> folk dancing. I am include descriptions of the dances were learned at
> the Midsommar workshops as an attachment. Please pass the word,
> who did not attend the previous workshops is welcome and will find
> they are not far behind the rest of us on the learning curve.
> If you know anyone who should be added to this list, please send
> their emails.
> Kevin McCartney
> Professor of Geology
> Director, Northern Maine Museum of Science
> University of Maine at Presque Isle
> 181 Main St
> Presque Isle, ME 04769
> 768-9482 (home, 492-4766)
> museum webpage: http://www.umpi.maine.edu/info/nmms/museum.htm
> solar system: http://www.umpi.maine.edu/info/nmms/solar/index.htm
> home webpage: http://www.oldironinn.com/ironinn
> Bloom where you are planted.
> if it is to be it is up to me to do it.
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