||Please check out the TCCD Web site
for an up-to-date schedule of events.
||"Cat Woman" Katy Heine is trekkin' out
to the dance in her Tofu Snowshoes.
Don't let the weather bother you...we'll all be
there for a fun evening.
||What's dry and cold weather and wet in warm weather?
Why, snow, of course. Isn't that the Contradiction
to beat 'em all? Vivien Rose calling.
||Guess who can spend a week on a beach in a sunny
climate, and not get a tan? Your caller, Pamela Goddard,
that's who. She'll be joined by a few more potato skins
from Syracuse, the Near Mrs.
||"It only hurts when I breathe...," says the
leader of our Amazing Azmatiks, in answer
to the question, "Doesn't that spear in your chest hurt?"
Not when it's a Nancy Spero!
||Let's dress up for the holidays, celebrate
the Winter Solstice, and move to the music of
the Amazing Azmaticks.
Vikki Armstrong will call.
||A high energy night is guaranteed, with music from
a young, new group, Mrs. Hoggenschmidt.
Long time dancers will recognize Peter Blue, Dana Paul,
and Amy Merrill from Hog Tie Sessions. Calling with them
will be Ithaca's own Katy Heine.
||It's like the first gift of the holiday season.
David Kaynor is coming to town to play a couple of
dances with Spare Parts. We'll enjoy David's
wry, crusty New England style of calling on Friday,
and all three musicians will return on Sunday for
and English Country with Pamela Goddard calling
(see separate article).
|The information for July, August, September,
October,and November is at the
TCCD Web site
||We have a great bunch of musicians coming from the province
of Quebec (that's in Canada). More precisely, the town
of Joliette. That's why we call them the Joliette Quebec
All-Stars, and why Peter Blue is calling.
||Pamela Goddard and the Accidentals.
When you join us for this evening's dance, it just might
feel like fireworks. Pamela Goddard and the Accidentals.
Make no mistake, it's gonna be a good dance.
||Nancy Spero and Tofu Showshoe.
Join us for a great night of dancing here in Ithaca.
Nancy brings a great selection of dances to be enjoyed with
Tofu Snowshoe of Rochester.
Hot tunes, seasoned just right!
||Vivien Rose and Paul Viscuso and Friends.
This band has another name, but they can't use it unless
all 25 musicians are playing.
||No Dance tonight. The Montessori School of Ithaca
is using the hall for their annual school play.
||Join us for some of the best, west of T'burg & Podunk!
Vikki Armstrong and the Crumtown Ramblers.
There might be some surprise Finnish fiddlers. You never know.
Come for the surprises.
||Syracuse & Ithaca meet again with the eclectic energy
of a new band (including Margaret Mathews) Near Mrs.
The groove will be a direct hit!
Pamela Goddard shares some of her favorite dances.
||Tonight, welcome Syracuse "local" David Smuckler
to call some solid dances.
Solid music provided by Last Call.
||We're gonna be treated to some great out of town talent.
Paul Rosenberg has been keeping dance going in the
Albany region for as long as we can remember.
We're always thrilled when the youthful Beverwick String Band
comes to our town.
Bring your friends!
||Some familiar faces have joined together in a new band.
Brewster & Hart are sure to win us over.
Nancy Spero will call a garden full of dances.
||Dress in Spring finery for a May Day Celebration
with the oh-so-fashionable dances of Katy Heine
and the Passing Fancies.
Let's out-dazzle the Goldfinches!
The flavor is brassy yet sweet.
||It's down-home, it's international.
There's a Celtic overtone with the music of Last Call.
And hearty Canadian fun when Vikki Armstrong
shares some of her favorite dances.
A good time is guaranteed.