Northshield Dance Seminar XIX

Please join us for a day and night full of dancing as the Shire of Inner Sea presents: Northshield Dance Seminar XIX, March 19, 2005.

There will be classes during the day in a variety of styles, including Italian, English Country and Middle Eastern dance, and of course an entire track aimed at beginners.

While there will be no Caroso-style Ball this year, everyone is invited to the dancing post revel, just a few miles from the event site. Dance 'til you drop! There will, of course, still be a Grand Ball in the evening, with music provided by the musicians of the Jararvellir Music Guild and the Warwick Consort.

For more information, please visit the event website:

Main Site:
Lowell-Barnes Music Magnet School
2000 Rice Lake Road
Duluth, MN 55811

Site opens at 9AM and closes at 9:30PM.

This site is dry, smoke-free and handicap accessible.
No weapons are allowed on site.
Only non-marking shoes will be allowed in the gym.
Food and drink are only allowed in the Commons room.

Post Revel Site:
First Unitarian Church
145 W. Winona St
Duluth, MN 55803

Site opens at 9PM and closes at 8AM (After Midnight, no one will be allowed to enter)

This site is discreetly damp, smoke-free and handicap accessible.

Site Fees: Adults: $8.00 (members) $11.00 (non-members)
Children 2 - 14: $5.00
Children Under 2: Free

Event Stewards:
Maestro Etienne de Clermont (Steven Bush)

Lady Debborah von Dachs (Deb Bloomquist)

Take your best route to I35 in Duluth

From the South:
Take the Mesaba Ave exit.
Take Mesaba Ave up the hill and at the top (Central Entrance), go straight.
Mesaba then becomes Rice Lake Road.
The school is about 1 mile up on the right (it is past the Copper Top Church and Marshall School).

From the North:
Take the Lake Ave exit.
Follow Lake Ave up the hill to 7th St.
Turn left and go one block, then turn right on Mesaba.
Follow Mesaba up the hill and then follow the directions above.

Directions to the post revel site are available on the website and will also be available at the day site.

Yay dancing!