San Francisco Tour
|We'll be performing Border morris and longsword, dancing with sword team
Ring of Cold Steel, along with Seabright
Morris and Sword.
|12:00p - 12:40p Legion of
||You'll find us by the fountain in front (if not in it).
|1:00p - 1:50p Golden
Gate Park, Music Concourse
||Another fountain, this time between
DeYoung and the natural science
|2:00p - 3:00p Golden Gate Park, Strybing
||From the concourse, walk south past the bandshell, cross the
road, and....what's this? Yet another fountain?
Bay Area pickup morris, Goat Hall, 400
Missouri Street, Potrero Hill, San Francisco
|The local morris community holds its own free-for-all
MemoriAle, Adelphian Arts
Center, 2167 Central Ave, Alameda
|A celebration with other Berkeley
Morris and other teams around the area as we salute and remember Terry O'Neal.
||The MemoriAle celebration takes to the streets, much to the surprise of an
||5:30a May Day morning, Baylands Nature Preserve,
||Come help us dance up the Sun on MayDay
morning (we do it every year, and it always works - good thing, too!) and
celebrate. It's not so much that we believe the sun won't come up on Mayday without
some dancing, it's just that if we didn't dance, and the sun didn't come up, we'd feel
If you haven't been out to see the sunrise celebration, give it a try. It's
very beautiful, and while the sleepiness lasts only as long as it takes you to get there,
the happy glow lasts all day!
We continue throughout the day, bringing Morris cheer all around town.
|10a - 11a Waldorf
School of the Peninsula, 1311 Mora Drive, Los Altos
|12N - 1p Gamble
Gardens, 1431 Waverley St, Palo Alto
|Afternoon pub stop, Empire Tap Room, Palo Alto
|9:45p PEERS Courts of the
Faerie May Day Ball at the San Mateo Masonic Lodge, 100 N Ellsworth Ave, San Mateo
||What better way to end a day of May Day magic than a command
performance for the Faerie Queen.
||11a - 2p Stanford Bridge Faire, White Plaza, Stanford Campus
Late afternoon - pickup dance and Morris BBQ in Palo Alto
|Late afternoon - pickup dance and Morris BBQ in Stanford's traditional
spring faire is our favorite faire, dancing with Mayfield Morris, Seabright Morris, and
others. You'll find us over at the bookstore. (Hey wait a minute! Is that another
|11:30a - 2p Ardenwood Historic Farm,
34600 Ardenwood Bl, Fremont
||Ardenwood is a lovely historic park in Fremont. The festivities include a
may pole dance, which is great for kids (young and old).
in the Morning Gala
The Cannery, San Francisco
|A cornucopia of folk fun and frivolity, members of our team
will join with other members of the Bay Area
Country Dance Society. Look for the Deer Creek logo on our tee shirts - if you
find one, you get to buy us a drink!
One day is just never enough for Lark.
||4p-7p Pacific Grove, Monterey (private party)
||What would top off the high elegance of a High Tea ceremony in
Monterey? Why morris dancing, of course.
Seattle Folklife Festival
|The biggest free folk festival in the United States, and we're
there! Well, some of us are...
I have never seen so much good dance, music, song,
arts, crafts, and food.
11a - 2p Whitsun Ale, Santa Cruz
|It's off to Lighthouse Field along the beach for dancing with Seabright
Morris and Sword in the home venue. We often get into lots of trouble in downtown
Santa Cruz, the wineries near Felton. And Boulder Creek may never be the same.
8p Cafe Borrone,
1010 El Camino Real, Menlo Park
|It's our first local summer dance-out - our annual tradition where
we take local audiences completely unawares. We're hoping to be joined by Mayfield
Morris & Sword, Red Tail Morris, and Seabright Morris & Sword.
||5:30p Private Wedding, Piedmont
||Our biggest fan has allowed us to participate in her biggest
day. (You know who you are).
(Time and location to be announced)
|It's our 2nd local summer dance-out for the local community. Come
for the dance - stay for the good fellowship.
(Time and location to be announced)
|It's our 3rd local summer dance-out for the local community, continuing
our annual tradition for the folks at home.
The Portland Ale
The Oregon Tr'ale
The Habituale, Portland Oregon
|Yes, Portland Ale does sound like a drink, and some of our team members will
no doubt be doing that too, along with some of the best dancing in the Pacific Northwest,
hosted by the Bridgetown Morris Men.
Not The California Ale, San Diego
|Southern California! Even the sound of it brings forth
images of danger. We brave the wastelands in search of .... dancing. Hosted by
Morton Bay Fig Morris.
||6:30p - 7p Festival of Trees,
||Deer Creek provides entertainment for this Camelot themed benefit for
special needs children.
If you would like us to dance at your event, we're available for hire. Contact