Streamed Events Calendar

Many thanks to Seattle singer Laura Bassett for putting together a public calendar to share news of streamed concerts or other events during challenging time!

View suggestions for live streamed concerts, virtual dances, and more, here: https://calendar.google.com/calendar/embed?src=7vddohra68tqht89ja0a4b3kgs%40group.calendar.google.com&ctz=America%2FLos_Angeles&fbclid=IwAR2UZGvtnjkmWWAs8Z-trc59HGaYou5rZFYe6wQtLuOX_0Tb2PQXOKbr6bQ

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December & Early January Dances!

Just a sampling of the dances this month (see more dancing of all sorts listed in the SFS Flyer, or on the wonderful dance resource seattledance.org)
December 6 – A reminder that the Emerald City Contra Dance will not be in the usual location this week . The dance will be at OmCulture, 2210 N Pacific St, this night only as the Phinney Center readies for their Winter Festival. Music this week will be provided by Uncle Farmer, with Susan Petrick and LIndsey Dono sharing the calling (role terms will be Larks and Robins)

December 15 – The South Park Square Dance is now sponsored by SFS. This is a wonderful monthly community dance, with all ages and skill levels welcome, no experience needed! This event is very family friendly.
5-6PM Potluck & Jam
6-8PM Dance!
This month: Live dance music by Forrest Carroll and friends, calling by Amy Lynn Carroll
South Park Hall is a renovated 1926 building, located at 1253 S, Cloverdale St, Seattle, WA.

December 6, 20, January 3:  Skandia hosts Scandinavian dances the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month at the Cedar Valley Grange, 20526-52nd Ave. West, in Lynnwood. December 20th is sure to be extra festive. The January 3rd dance will be free, with an all-comers band.

January 4 – Old-time Music and Dance Party The Old-time
Music and Dance Party is back to dance away the winter blues! On
Saturday, January 4th, gather at the Phinney Neighborhood Association’s Community Hall. There will be a potluck and jamming from 12:30 to 2pm, then the Open Old Time Band will put all their hard work into practice from 2 to 4:30, while Sarah Comer teaches easy dances that make sure everybody has fun and nobody gets left behind. Bring your friends (and your instrument if you’ve got one!), whip up a potluck snack, and join in the fun. We hope to see you there! PNA Community Hall, 6532 Phinney Ave. N., Seattle (in the lower brick building). $5 suggested donation. Questions? Email Sarah Comer at fiddleteacher@hotmail.com.