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We once again celebrate Bastille Day (July 14) with our French Night at the Monday Mainstream club. Great to see everyone dressed in French colours and berets and stage decorated to suit. Gustav Eiffel would be proud.
To top it off a supper that was “Magnifique” – croissants, tarts and much much more.
Thanks everyone for your support – the atmosphere was lovely. Merci beaucoup!
Somehow we found some time to sit and eat civilised like!
A good set runs on pancakes!
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Thanks to Diana Waters for the photos and video.
Our annual Pancake Night was well supported again and we managed to successfully integrate teaching of learners and intermediate dancers, Mainstream dancing and the flip’n’catch that is the joy of pancakes. The Pancake King crew – Scott and Kaye – doing a marvellous job and Scott has perfected the art of flipping these babies. Pity we all haven’t necessarily mastered the art of catching them!!
Graham’s explanation of how to play the didgeridoo
Ready for the next song
Graham plays and calls at the same time!!
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Happy New Year everyone! Our first theme night for 2017 was our annual Aussie Night and BBQ tea to celebrate the occasion of Australia Day (Jan 26th). Great crowd and all enjoyed a dinner of BBQ meats and salads followed by Pavlovas.
Dancing to Australian music and songs and many dancers nicely decked out in green and golds and blue, whites and reds.
Thanks to all who helped set up and pack away not only for the BBQ but also all the decorations. The hall looked wonderful.
Congratulations Laurie – Gold Mebership for 20 years.
10 year and 20 year membership recipients
Laurie cuts our cake
Some interesting movie characters here
More of the happy crowd
Time to relax as the rest round up
C’mon – let’s get this show on the road
Comin’ at ya!
More happy dancers
Of course there’s gotta be food!
Thanks to all who attended and helped us celebrate
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Another year rolls by and we celebrated with a Movie and Musicals theme. Thanks to so many who came along and helped us celebrate. So many did dress for the occasion and the hall looked great – Oscars, movie slide show and posters, not to mention the three usherettes bringing popcorn, lollies and chips.
Big thanks to Peter (Scotty) Scott, Les Tulloch, Jeff Seidel, John Casey and Ian Rutter for joining us on the program and to Thelma McCue for cueing rounds.
Congratulations to our 10 year life membership recipients and Laurie – a 20 year Gold Membership award.
Here’s to many more years!
Some of the combined clubs at Acey Squares’ birthday
Graham joined Brian
Clearly it was an emotional event!
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Sixteen good timing Outlaws dancers with Graham and Dawn journeyed 4hrs to the State’s south east to join Acey Squares at their 10th Birthday celebration. Their feature caller was Brian Hotchkies and the event was a Friday night, Sat afternoon & night and Sunday breakfast affair. We thoroughly enjoyed our club outing and the constant rain could do little to dampen our enthusiasm. Congratulations to Chris and Alan Hall on their club’s 10th and we look forward to seeing you again at a dance.
The new graduates – welcome to Mainstream dancing!
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Congratulations to our latest group of dancers who have just completed the Mainstream program. Welcome to the wonderful world of club dancing.
It was a fun night also celebrating Easter with loads of Hot Cross Buns & chocolate eggs. Our Square Dance Society president Heather was also there to welcome the group.
Dance your hearts out everyone!
The smell of BBQ’d sausages filled the air as we celebrated our National Day with a BBQ tea and dance to follow. Thanks to the Largs Bay Rotary for so efficiently cooking all the sausages, shasliks and onions.
With so many in Aussie colours dancing to Australian music – looked great!
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As March rolls around so do the spuds. Another enjoyable spud feast catered by the spud van and a healthy green atmosphere as well. Thanks to all who joined in th efun.