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7/7/05 – Mark your calendars: the Dome Dance has been set for Monday, July 18! This dance is a long-time Sawbill tradition. One night a year the crew, campers, and guests dance the night away in the geodesic dome out back. Contra and Appalachian Big Circle dances are called by Terrence Smith of Duluth (also famous as our Laura’s father). For those of you who don’t know, this style of dance is in the American folk-dancing tradition: it’s similar to square dancing, but it’s more relaxed, you don’t need a partner, and there’s live fiddle music! Music is provided by a live band of friends and family. Come and bring your water bottles and your dancing shoes. Festivities will begin around 8 pm. – Molly.

Clare Hansen and Pat Nash share a dance at last year’s Dome Dance.