Diversions

 

2014 Calendar for assistance call 480-993-7394

 

Apr 13

 

James Ashley - To One Account or Other - Muslin and Magic in the Regency Era

1:30 (1:00 – 3:00)

 Mustang Library 10101 North 90th Street, Scottsdale

POSTPONED May 3

Trip to Donwell Abbey  and book discussion – Mansfield Park

Lake Montezuma 

Perry & Carole Krowne

 

Jun 6

Board Mtg

The Duck

 

1651 E Camelback Rd Phoenix

Jun 28

Iris Lutz speaker -  “‛...in proportion to their family and income’:  Houses in Jane Austen’s Life and Fiction"

 11:00 am to 

1:00 pm

 

 Burton Barr Library

1221 N. Central Ave, Phoenix

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jul 26

Picnic at Mansfield park & Mansfield Park book discussion POSTPONED TO NOV. 1ST

TBD

 Perry & Carole  Krowne

  Lake Montezuma, AZ


 

 

 

 

Aug 8

Board Mtg

The Duck

 

1651 E Camelback Rd Phoenix

 

 

 

 

 

Aug 16

Hat Seminar

TBD

Diane Gorham

 Registration CLOSED

Aug 31

Game   Night


 


Sep 10

Community Service

 4:00

Sherry Moore

UMOM Must RSVP

Sep 27

Bring Your Favorite Movie  Day

 1:00 pm

Please RSVP to jasnaphx@gmail.com

 Sagewood, near the MIM on Mayo Blvd.

Oct 10 – 12

AGM (Annual General Meeting)

Montreal, Canada

 


Oct 3

Board Mtg/Planning Mtg

8433 N 12th St, Phoenix

 


Nov 1
 Picnic in Northern AZ & Mansfield Park book discussion

Perry & Carole Krowne

 Lake Montezuma, AZ

Nov 30

Regency Needlework & History

 POSTPONED TO 2015

Gloria Zanella

 

Nov 15

JA Game Day

11:00 

Paula Heil

 

 Nov 19

 Jane Austen Revealed: ASU scholars (and married couple), will discuss Jane Austen’s novel “Emma,” the history of Austen and her readers and some of the many modern-day film adaptations of Austen’s novels. Register here $25

6:00pm - 8:00 pm Devoney    Looser & George Justice   ASU College Avenue Commons,    Devils Oasis Room, 2nd Floor
 620 S. College Avenue
 Tempe

  Dec 13                  Annual JA Birthday Tea                                                                             12:00 noon - 4:00 pm           Sylvia Hom

Take a break from the hectic and chaotic frenzy of everyday life to have fun, socialize, and exercise while learning smooth and elegant dances set to beautiful music. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to explore the figures, styling and floor patterns used in historical and modern ECD. 

Join leader Peg Hesley 10 am - noon on the following Saturday mornings 

Oct 4, 11, 18; Nov 8, 22; Dec 13, 20

$40 pd in advance or $8 at the door for reg dances; children 8 and older are welcome; max family rate, $16/dance

The Irish Cultural Center

1106 N. Central Ave, 85004 

Special Dance Nov 29 (see next flyer, below)

To learn more about English Country Dancing                                                        These ongoing dances are sponsored by

go to www.peghesley.com and click on the ECD tab                                                Phoenix Traditional Music and Dance

or contact Peg, peghesley@cox.net                                                                                  www.PHXtmd.org

 

  

 

 

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