- Row Well ye Mariners.
A favorite mixer of ours, easy and enjoyable.
- Dressed Ship
A pretty dance where the gentlemen “turn the lady under.”
- Ashford Anniversary
We’ve done this dance several times before but people still get confused over the op lady and bottom man switching!
- Gathering Peascods
A circle dance distinguished by it’s gender segregated clapping sequence.
- Well Done Jack
A distinguished ending to the first set.
- Yellow Stockings
A simple but lively dance, new for our group and one of my favorites.
- Waves of Tory
Be sure to get in a line with people the same height as you! We usually end up having a separate children’s line for this one.
- Auretti’s Dutch Skipper
A new dance, elegant and a calming follow-up to the previous dance.
- Roger de Coverly
We did this dance for the first time at our Christmas Ball in honor of Dicken’s “Christmas Carol.” It’s the closest thing to the “Virginia Reel” I will ever allow.
- Gay Gordon
Everyone loves this circle mixer: it’s a spirited ending to the evening.