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TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 01-Jan-2017, 01:38 AM

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TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 01-Jan-2017, 01:37 AM

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<div style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-size: xx-large; font-family: 'book antiqua', palatino;"><em><strong>Registration is NOW OPEN!</strong></em></span></div>
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TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 31-Dec-2016, 03:39 PM

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<p><span style="font-size: large; font-family: 'book antiqua', palatino;">For the 6th year, Teton &amp; District Performing Arts will be providing the entertainment for the Robert Burns' dinner in Jackson, Wyoming.&nbsp;</span><br /><span style="font-size: large; font-family: 'book antiqua', palatino;">This wonderful event, held at Alpenhof Lodge in Teton Village, is a semi-formal to formal evening of music, poetry, fine Scotchs, excellent food, Highland Dance, and, of course, Haggis!</span><br /><span style="font-size: large; font-family: 'book antiqua', palatino;">If you are interested in attending this yearly event, please send me your email address. Seating is limited...so when registration opens, it will be on a fi<span class="text_exposed_show">rst come basis.<br />Registration will open January 1st, and close on the 18th. The dinner will be celebrated on Saturday the 21st of January, 2017.</span></span></p>
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<p><span style="font-size: large; font-family: 'book antiqua', palatino;">To get on the mailing list for the Burns' Society, message me your email address!</span></p>
<p><span style="font-size: large;"><strong><a href="http://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.BurnsSocietyOfTheTetons.org%2F&amp;h=DAQFGIKFBAQGxrURp4AKEKxm9lOAkWfpkhd5O-NYwQAW6jg&amp;enc=AZOeCzfzzkbvoitDU3UFRzdQLPDWRlccLn6h74rwcuuQhX5G3Mr-tjLT0ofBOFBfzQZf38iERA40rAPRQHUFNWQBZ-f0TnHpOrnzo- ZF0Yf9jPFLVVM7Rjxn65jaCGLAxIkJiH4dRbJa5Mb1luwsiFbGg2PICn2WsrInAoXaQPl0UAsc7XievI
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  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #315562

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 31-Dec-2016, 03:34 PM

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For the 6th year, Teton &amp; District Performing Arts will be providing the entertainment for the Robert Burns' dinner in Jackson, Wyoming. This wonderful event, held at Alpenhof Lodge in Teton Village, is a semi-formal to formal evening of music, poetry, fine Scotchs, excellent food, Highland Dance, and, of course, Haggis! If you are interested in attending this yearly event, please send me your email address. Seating is limited...so when registration opens, it will be on a first come basis. Registration will open January 1st, and close on the 18th. The dinner will be celebrated on Saturday the 21st of January, 2017. To get on the mailing list for the Burns' Society, message me your email address! www.BurnsSocietyOfTheTetons.org
  Forum: Festival & Games  ·  Post Preview: #315561

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 09-May-2016, 07:24 PM

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TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 09-May-2016, 07:23 PM

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TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 09-May-2016, 07:23 PM

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TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 09-May-2016, 07:22 PM

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TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 09-May-2016, 07:21 PM

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Well... The First Annual Ammon Scottish Festival is concluded. It went AWESOMELY!

The crowd was bigger than expected, the weather was VERY Scottish, and the atmosphere was perfect.

We are still trying to collect photos, but I will post some here.
  Forum: Festival & Games  ·  Post Preview: #315056

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 07-Apr-2016, 11:22 PM

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It's really going to happen! We are all very excited. Things are coming together nicely.

Ammon Scottish Festival

FaceBook: Ammon Scottish Festival
  Forum: Festival & Games  ·  Post Preview: #314899

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 23-Mar-2016, 01:06 AM

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Attention Celtic Radio listeners in the Wyoming / Utah / Idaho / Montana region!<br /><br />Teton &amp; District Performing Arts is in the process of creating the first Gathering in the South-East Idaho area. The date will be May 7, 2016, at McCowin Park, in Ammon, Idaho.<br /><br />The first year will be small. But, we are setting the stage for growth.<br /><br />For further information: <a href="www.AmmonScotFest.org" target="_blank">www.AmmonScotFest.org</a><br /><br /><br />
  Forum: Festival & Games  ·  Post Preview: #314803

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 13-Jan-2016, 06:27 PM

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Welcome to the forum. Things get very quiet here. Sometimes a little too quiet. <br />So...please feel free to ask questions, start conversations, etc. &nbsp;It gives those of us who are night-owls something to do between coffee-making and webdesign.&nbsp;<img title="Foot in Mouth" src="sources/tinymce/jscripts/tiny_mce/plugins/emotions/img/smiley-foot-in-mouth.gif" alt="Foot in Mouth" border="0" /><br /><br /><a>By the way... those kit houses are really awesome!</a>
  Forum: Introductions  ·  Post Preview: #314377

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 12-Jan-2016, 02:19 PM

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I finally recieved the image disc from our wonderful photographer, Karen Bass. If you would like to see a few realy nice pics from our Kirking of the Tartans, please go here:&nbsp;<a title="Teton &amp; District Performing Arts- Kirking of the Tartans 2015" href="https://www.facebook.com/TetonDistrictPerformingArts/" target="_blank">https://www.facebook.com/TetonDistrictPerformingArts/</a><br />
<div style="text-align: center;"><br /><br /><a href="https://www.facebook.com/TetonDistrictPerformingArts/" target="_blank"><img title="Kirking of the Tartans 2015" src="http://photos.tetonanddistrict.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Ad-Pic-2.jpg" alt="Kirking of the Tartans 2015" width="640" height="201" /></a></div>
  Forum: Festival & Games  ·  Post Preview: #314374

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 07-Jan-2016, 12:13 PM

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<div style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-size: medium;"><strong>The Alpenhof Lodge and Teton &amp; District Performing Arts</strong></span><br /><br /></div>
<div style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-size: medium;"><em> presents</em></span><br /><br /></div>
<div style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-size: x-large;"><em><strong>The 2016 Annual Robert Burns' Dinner</strong></em></span><br /><br /></div>
<div style="text-align: center;"><span style="font-size: medium;"> go to </span><br /><br /><a href="http://www.BurnsSocietyoftheTetons.org"><span style="font-size: large;">www.BurnsSocietyoftheTetons.org</span> <br /><br /></a><span style="font-size: small;"><span style="font-size: medium;">to register!</span><br /><br /><br /></span></div>
  Forum: Scotland  ·  Post Preview: #314330

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 29-Dec-2015, 11:58 AM

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We have the date & time set for the Robert Burns' Dinner in Jackson, Wyoming!

January 23rd, 2016 at the Alpenhof Lodge, in Teton Village. Seating will be limited to 60.

Social hour is 6pm, with dinner being served at 7pm. The fare will be Prime Rib or Salmon, with assorted sides, and desserts.

Teton & District Performing Arts will be providing the entertainment for the evening!

A website to register is almost complete. Cost will only be $39.00.
  Forum: Scotland  ·  Post Preview: #314278

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 13-Nov-2015, 05:27 PM

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This is an original watercolor painted by my oldest daughter. It depicts the famed Haggis creature in its natural habitat.

Notice the odd-shape of the body, and the unusual leg placement. Now, you know how the bagpipes were invented!

This was created for the Burns dinner in Jackson Hole, WY, last year. It was auctioned to raise funds for the next year. I understand it now adorns the wall of a hotel in San Francisco or Scotland smile.gif

I show this as an example to those wanting to start their own Burns dinners. Donations, for the purpose of auctions or raffles can be very useful is helping fund the next year's dinner. And they can be a lot of fun to do!
  Forum: Scotland  ·  Post Preview: #314107

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 11-Nov-2015, 03:40 PM

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I really like this image. Enjoy!
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #314103

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 09-Nov-2015, 07:25 PM

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I though that I would share this with you; home-made Haggis!

Now... this is the safe model; no “offal” (entrails), just good meat.

The bits & pieces that you will need to shop for:

1) Two(2) pounds of ground pork (not sausage)
2) Two(2) pounds of ground lamb
3) Ground Coriander (VERY important spice)
4) Salt & pepper
5) Large onion
6) Scottish oats (found in the bulk food section of your grocery store)
7) 2 foot x 2 foot piece of cotton material, fine-mesh cheese cloth, if you can find it.
8) A couple feet of string.

FIRST: Fry the lamb and pork SEPERATELY. You really want these meats to have their own flavor. Cook until browned. Drain-off the liquid for each meat.

SECOND: Coarsely chop the onion, and fry until translucent.

THIRD: Put four cups of water in a pot. Set the heat @ Medium to Mediun-high.
When boiling, pour in 2 cups of Scottish Oats, turn the heat down to low and cover the pot.

The Oats should cook for 10-20 minutes depending on elevation.

FORTH: Mix one(1) Tablespoon of Coriander + one(1) Tablespoon of Salt + ½ Tablespoon of Black Pepper.

FIFTH: Place drained meats, oats, onion, and spices in a bowl and mix well.

SIXTH: Take the cotton material, and fold in half. Sew a seam down the two ends. Now you have a tube. Take a piece of the string, and tie one end of the tube WELL! (If you don't tie it well, you will have a mess to clean-up).

SEVENTH: Using a cookie sheet to catch and liquid and crumbles, start filling the tube with the mixture. When full, tie the other end with the string.

EIGHTH: Place the Haggis in a pot with a cup of water. Put in the oven to steam for 1 hour at 400 degrees.

Serve with really good multi-grain crackers or breads, and Scotch, of course beer_mug.gif

Oh... the playing of bagpipe music whilst cooking NEVER hurts the flavor note.gif
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TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 09-Nov-2015, 07:23 PM

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I though that I would share this with you; home-made Haggis!

Now... this is the safe model; no “offal” (entrails), just good meat.

The bits & pieces that you will need to shop for:

1) Two(2) pounds of ground pork (not sausage)
2) Two(2) pounds of ground lamb
3) Ground Coriander (VERY important spice)
4) Salt & pepper
5) Large onion
6) Scottish oats (found in the bulk food section of your grocery store)
7) 2 foot x 2 foot piece of cotton material, fine-mesh cheese cloth, if you can find it.
8) A couple feet of string.

FIRST: Fry the lamb and pork SEPERATELY. You really want these meats to have their own flavor. Cook until browned. Drain-off the liquid for each meat.

SECOND: Coarsely chop the onion, and fry until translucent.

THIRD: Put four cups of water in a pot. Set the heat @ Medium to Mediun-high.
When boiling, pour in 2 cups of Scottish Oats, turn the heat down to low and cover the pot.

The Oats should cook for 10-20 minutes depending on elevation.

FORTH: Mix one(1) Tablespoon of Coriander + one(1) Tablespoon of Salt + ½ Tablespoon of Black Pepper.

FIFTH: Place drained meats, oats, onion, and spices in a bowl and mix well.

SIXTH: Take the cotton material, and fold in half. Sew a seam down the two ends. Now you have a tube. Take a piece of the string, and tie one end of the tube WELL! (If you don't tie it well, you will have a mess to clean-up).

SEVENTH: Using a cookie sheet to catch and liquid and crumbles, start filling the tube with the mixture. When full, tie the other end with the string.

EIGHTH: Place the Haggis in a pot with a cup of water. Put in the oven to steam for 1 hour at 400 degrees.

Serve with really good multi-grain crackers or breads, and Scotch, of course beer_mug.gif

Oh... the playing of bagpipe music whilst cooking NEVER hurts the flavor note.gif
  Forum: Scotland  ·  Post Preview: #314083

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 09-Nov-2015, 06:39 PM

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Dear Lady K,

I goggled a few different events, in Pennsylvania, that have occurred in the past.

Now, this years info is not up yet, but you could contact the different groups to see if you find one that you like!

http://www.pennscots.org/

https://www.facebook.com/The-Robert-Burns-S...324535/?fref=nf

http://www.standrewspittsburgh.org/

http://www.piperspub.com/events/2015/1/25/...rt-burns-supper

Victoria Freehouse: The Old City anglophile bar and restaurant has the requisite Scotch (available in flights for $20), and haggis (as part of a $30, three-course dinner) lined up for its Burns Night party. And to complete the picture, they will also have live bagpipers piping. The fun starts at 7 PM.

World Cafe Live: For its annual Burns Night bash, the University City live music venue, bar and restaurant is pulling out all the stops. The supper will include a scotch whisky tasting, a haggis procession coinciding with a recitation of the poet’s Address to a Haggis, and live music courtesy of The Jameson Sisters.

Sly Fox Brewhouse & Eatery: For the brewery’s Phoenixville-based pub and restaurant, the annual Burns Night festivities serve as the first of the many events it has lined up for the year. It’s also when seasonal brews Burns Scottish Export Ale and Gang Aft Agley Scotch Ale make their debut. Bag pipes will pipe and Address to a Haggis will be read as the ceremonial haggis arrives. Guests dressed in kilts will be rewarded a free pint, and prizes will be awarded to the men and women who sport the best ones.
  Forum: Scotland  ·  Post Preview: #314082

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 09-Nov-2015, 03:25 PM

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Last year, my clever wifey, decided that the poor Haggis, after 200+ years of being a celebrated dish at Robert Burns Dinners, needed a voice, an opinion, if you will, of the the slaying and consumption of the aforementioned wee Haggis beastie!

So... in the great style of Burns, himself, Liz put pen to paper, and gave this poor creature a voice of its own. It was used the first time in the Jackson Hole Burns Dinner, last year. Once the Address to the Haggis was recited, Liz stood, and in great Broad-Scots, rebuttal-ed with this "response frae a haggis."

So, here it goes:

A Response Frae a Haggis

Fie on yer sma’ armed praise!
Tha’ speaks sich lies tae sonsie face,
An’ groanin’, lift me tae my place
In path of harm;
An’ stretch and strive as soon as mays—
Ye Rustic swarm!

An’ if my dews warm-reekin’ shine
It is nae grace if sich as thine
Dissect me all from snout tae spine
Knif’d nieves ablur;
An’ suttle in as grazin’ kine
A lowing herd.

Address me, sirs? I think ye mock!
O, downward coils this mortal clock,
‘til naught be left save sop and hock—
Sich a dinner!
Ye praise an’ then devoor me?; Och!
Nae ye didna!

If I be Chieftain, shall I take
Up arms agin’ ye? Shall I shake
A bluster-wind, a belly-ache?
MY grace be this:
Frae Rustic blade an’ all yer sake,
God save a Haggis!

© 2015 Elizabeth Stewart Clark
  Forum: Scotland  ·  Post Preview: #314078

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 09-Nov-2015, 10:06 AM

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We’ve always thought McCallum Bagpipes were out of this world………..and here’s the proof.


I thought you might be interested in this amazing story, the first set of Scottish made Great Highland Bagpipes played in space by an American piper and astronaut.

They are played by Kjell Lindgren from the USA and we made this set of acetyl bagpipes for him at our factory in Kilmarnock,Ayrshire,Scotland. We sent the set to him last year and they had to go through some tests before they were allowed on the space station.
Kjell Lindgren played Amazing Grace on the pipes after recording a message about research scientist Victor Hurst who had recently died, he was involved in astronaut training.
It’s the first time that bagpipes have been played in space.
I hope you agree this is a really great story.

This is the full clip of him playing.

https://photos.google.com/share/AF1Q...JEN0JMVEY0NXB3
  Forum: Festival & Games  ·  Post Preview: #314077

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 08-Nov-2015, 12:17 AM

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The Address to the Haggis, by Robert Burns, is one of the most famous of poems. You may say “I've never heard of it!” And yet... for the last 200 + years, it has been recited to crowds of people around the world. For, wherever there are Scots, a Burns Dinner is sure to happen beer_mug.gif

The “Address” is written in what can be described as the “broad-Scots” dialect; English... but with attitude! If you would like to see this address given, then check out YouTube.com. Just type-in “address to a haggis” and you will see many ways of doing it. Some more fun than others.

Here is the Address:

Fair fa' your honest, sonsie face,
Great chieftain o' the pudding-race!
Aboon them a' yet tak your place,
Painch, tripe, or thairm:
Weel are ye wordy o'a grace
As lang's my arm.

The groaning trencher there ye fill,
Your hurdies like a distant hill,
Your pin was help to mend a mill
In time o'need,
While thro' your pores the dews distil
Like amber bead.

His knife see rustic Labour dight,
An' cut you up wi' ready sleight,
Trenching your gushing entrails bright,
Like ony ditch;
And then, O what a glorious sight,
Warm-reekin', rich!

Then, horn for horn, they stretch an' strive:
Deil tak the hindmost! on they drive,
Till a' their weel-swall'd kytes belyve
Are bent like drums;
Then auld Guidman, maist like to rive,
Bethankit! hums.

Is there that owre his French ragout
Or olio that wad staw a sow,
Or fricassee wad make her spew
Wi' perfect sconner,
Looks down wi' sneering, scornfu' view
On sic a dinner?

Poor devil! see him owre his trash,
As feckles as wither'd rash,
His spindle shank, a guid whip-lash;
His nieve a nit;
Thro' blody flood or field to dash,
O how unfit!

But mark the Rustic, haggis-fed,
The trembling earth resounds his tread.
Clap in his walie nieve a blade,
He'll mak it whissle;
An' legs an' arms, an' hands will sned,
Like taps o' trissle.

Ye Pow'rs, wha mak mankind your care,
And dish them out their bill o' fare,
Auld Scotland wants nae skinking ware
That jaups in luggies;
But, if ye wish her gratefu' prayer
Gie her a haggis!


Yes... It is not for the faint of heart!
  Forum: Scotland  ·  Post Preview: #314062

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 07-Nov-2015, 11:38 PM

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After one has found the correct venue, for their target audience, and it is within a reasonable budget, the meal plan becomes the next subject of concern.

A person, expert on this subject, could, probably, write a book. I am no expert. I can only report on what I have seen over the years, or contemplated on my own. But, I guess, the most important thing to remember is... you are only limited by your imagination, and, of course, money wink.gif

This is not to say, that if the dinner didn't cost the proverbial “arm & leg”, that it will not be a successful Burns dinner. On the contrary... Just because it was expensive, does not guarantee that it will be enjoyable.

So... what I think that I will do, is break it down to three levels; economic levels, that is. Again, keep in mind, just because it isn't served by a waiter in a tux, does not mean that it won't be a very memorable event!

The Informal: When I picture this event... I see one that, practically, anyone can attend. Think of this as a starter-event, even. The group that you are catering to may not own a kilt, or have ever been to a Games. This may be their first contact with anything Scottish. So, a low key, low-pressure event may be perfect to spring-board more events, and even more elaborate events, for the future. Not to mention, spark new interest in the community, and a new volunteer force!(but... that is discussion for later).

The meal for this one is simple, quaint, and above all... not expensive. Consider the “Plowman's Lunch.” A variety of fruits, vegetables, cheeses, cold meats, and breads can make for a beautiful table, and one that can be prepared by your own group, thereby saving catering cost. If you want to add something warm to this, consider a Scotch Broth! This type of meal is, also, kid-friendly, if that is to be considered, as well.

You can, possibly, imagine, a long serving table, covered in a tartan-like cloth, with inexpensive silver trays purchased from the dollar store or local Goodwill. (Really. People throw away the darnedest things.) Tartan, itself, is spendy, especially for a first event. And do you REALLY want food placed on $70.00 a yard fabric unsure.gif So, over the next several weeks, look for those coupons in the mail, for the local fabric store, and go buy a few yards of a lively plaid. It really does help dress things up and set the mood. Don't forget candles, and thistles! Yes... thistles. They grow all over America. Pick some and lay them about the table.

Your serving table, depending on the size of the crowd, can be single or double-line. If you are expecting a larger crowd, consider having the table away from the wall, allowing travel down both sides. Group your food by type: meats, vegetables, fruits, breads, etc. Leaving anything hot & messy for last (that way it doesn't get spilled along the whole of the table).

Have your plates at the beginning of the table, allowing all of the cold food to be added. Towards the end of the table, the bowls for soup and the soup, itself. Then the napkins & utensils. This particular set-up allows people to choose for themselves what their palate is in the mood for. Furthermore, it promotes a full belly, and less waste. And, don't forget Scottish Shortbread for a tasty, yet simple desert thumbs_up.gif

The Semi-Formal: Really, this method is, actually, less creative. Plan a meal (meat, side or two, salad, and a desert). This can, also, be served via a single or double-line, depending on crowd size. Once you know kind of meal you want, and the number of people to serve, then you get to shop for a caterer. Unless you know the caterer that you choose for this event personally, I might consider making an appointment, and do a bit of tasting before hiring them. Get references as well. If they have too many complaints...RUN!

The Formal: Even this level has levels; from black tie to white tie. So, trying to cover them all in this article would be daunting. Lets just say... if you are attempting this level, you can probably afford to hire a professional event planner to assist in putting this together. Many of the same ideas can be used, depending on the mood that you are trying to set. But, along with the other common aspects of the Burns Dinner, wine selection, as well as a fully-stocked bar with top-shelf labels is mandatory beer_mug.gif
  Forum: Scotland  ·  Post Preview: #314061

TetonAndDistrictPerformingArts Posted on: 07-Nov-2015, 12:49 PM

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You are most welcome, Mr. Skinner. I have more bits & pieces that I will be posting over the next month. It is good to get started, early, when doing one of these. A lot goes into one to make it a memorable evening.

As for Jackson Hole... yes, that place is not for the light of heart or pocket wink.gif
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