Monday, November 23, 2009

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Dinner, Dancing and Diversions.
Live music.
Raffle for Costume Items, Patterns and Photograph Portraits

Commercial Donors:

~ Sense & Sensibility Patterns ~

* 1 Elegant Lady's Closet Pattern

* 1 Regency Underthings Pattern

~ The Mantua Maker ~

* 1 1800 - 1820 Regency Corset

* 1 1800 - 1830 Pantalettes

* 1 1800 - 1820 Open Robe

* 1 1805 - 1812 Regency Frock

~ The Thread-Bare Stitchery ~

* A Regency Reticule

~ A. Lindahl Creations ~ Creative Children's Photography ~

* 6 $50 gift certificates towards prints with appointment.

call 503.622.0266 for details

The Sunnyside Grange
(Take Sunnyside Rd Exit Off 1-205, Go East to Corner of SE 132nd & Sunnyside Rd)

Chef: Stephanie Robertson

Pot Roast
Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Roasted Winter Veggies
Field Greens with hazelnuts, pears, and feta with a vinaigrette
Rosemary and Caramelized Onion Focaccia
Fresh Fruit
Creme Brulee

Dance Caller: Nan Evans

Grand March (begin at 7:30)
I Care Not for These Ladies
Auretti's Dutch Skipper
Alice
Knole Park
Leah’s Waltz
Corelli’s Maggot
Well Hall
(Intermission 9:00)
Duke of Kent’s Waltz
Shandy Hall
The Hop Ground
Heidenroslein
The Mulberry Garden
Waterfall Waltz


George Penk - violin
Fred Nussbaum - cello & mandolin
Lisa Scott - piano

Local Rental Costume Sources

~ A Masquerade Costumes
(Bellevue,WA)
10% discount to ORS ballgoers.
Just mention it at the desk.

~ The Costume Loft
Albany

~Costume Avenue Stage West
(Portland/Beaverton/Sherwood)


Tips and Tutorials:
Turning Modern Clothes into Regency Costume

Retrofitting a modern dress:
~Easy retrofit
~Intermediate retrofit
~Advanced retrofit


~Retrofit a tailcoat and create a man's costume with modern items


Guide To Proper Regency Event Costuming

~Dressing a Man for a Regency Ball
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Dressing a Woman for a Regency Ball
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Tying a man's Cravat/Neckcloth


More Ideas Here

www.kristenflemington.com

Kristen Flemington was born in Kansas City, Missouri and raised in Michigan City, Indiana. She received her BFA in photography from Columbia College Chicago. She is interested in forms of drawing, painting, and now silhouetting as a
pre-photographic form of documentation. She is currently sharpening her silhouetting scissors to perfection.

Other News:

The ORS is celebrating the creation of a new chapter in the Redmond/Bend area.

We are so happy about this development! And on top of that we've sold out the Feast of the Twelfth Night event! Yay!

SOLD OUT!

4 comments:

Lauren said...

I'm soooo excited :-D

Hungarican Chick said...

Me too. ;)

William said...

I and my lady look forward to attending...

William said...

WE LOVED IT! If you didnt go you missed a first rate event!!!