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She and her brother had been visiting their grandparents in Sturbridge , Massachusetts when Holly was murdered. Piirainen and her brother had gone to a neighbor's house to see puppies. Her brother had returned to the cottage where the grandparents lived, but Piirainen did not. One of Piirainen's shoes was found by the side of a road.
Searching for Piirainen took two months. On October 23, , Piirainen's remains were found by hunters in Brimfield, Massachusetts. The killer still has not been found. Since Piirainen's death, the Holly Piirainen Scholarship Fund was established in her memory by her family.
On January 3, , Hampden County Attorney Mark Mastroianni announced that forensic evidence found near Piirainen's body had been linked to David Pouliot, a suspect who died in Pouliot frequently hunted and fished around the area where Piirainen's body was found. Fellow Massachusetts resident Molly Bish was murdered seven years later. Her body was also found in a wooded area in Worcester County. Police considered the possibility that the two cases could be related.
Pouliot is considered a person of interest in both cases. In an unusual twist, it was discovered that Bish wrote Holly Piirainen's family a letter following Holly's disappearance. I am very sorry. I wish I could make it up to you. Holly is a very pretty girl.
She is almost as tall as me. I wish I knew Holly. I hope they found her. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Holly Piirainen Holly Piirainen. New details emerge in year-old murder case". Retrieved from " https: Pages to import images to Wikidata Articles with hCards All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from March Articles containing potentially dated statements from January All articles containing potentially dated statements.
We will have time to share memories and stories and then celebrate Philip's life with contradancing. If you'd like more information, find Tamar Myers on facebook and message her. Arlington, Massachusetts - Get Nor'easter on the Road: Accessible via 77 bus. This was a real bummer. Rather than be bummed, though, we decided this was a great opportunity to have a big Saturday night dance party and raise some money to replace the vehicle.
Want to call or play? And what would a party be without Special Door Prizes? Come out to have a great time and help us get back on the road. Thanks for your support! Donations from afar are welcome. If you get them in before the event, we'll enter you for a door prize. FAC's free outdoor summer folk dances in the Boston area offer basic instruction and dancing for all, sometimes accompanied by live music. It is not necessary to have previous dance experience or to attend with a partner.
Have you ever danced at one of the Alternative Music Contras? Come celebrate the master computer wizard who helps make it happen: Clark Baker's 60th Birthday Dance.
A contra dance Alternative Music Party to the tunes that Clark helped edit. This party will have different music from the recent Rehoboth fundraiser AMP. Please bring snacks for the break and dance shoes. Birthday cards welcome, but please no gifts. If you can carry a fan and an extension cord, let me know. Likewise, if you can come early 7: You may share this invitation with anyone else who knows or appreciates Clark and would enjoy this dance!
Arlington, Massachusetts - Scandinavian - Workshop: Workshop from 1pm to 3pm, dance from 3pm to 5pm, followed by potluck and jamming. Arlington, Massachusetts - Waltz - Cross-Step: Cross-step Waltz Innovations, This workshop for more advanced level dancers will explore creative cross-step waltz patterns, using energy and connection for smooth partnering.
Facility with cross-step waltz and with right and left turning rotary waltz is strongly recommended. Reserve a spot by emailing Mostly Waltz for Boston with the subject line: RSVP advanced workshop, x people.
We'll collect money at the door. Arlington - Waltz - Ari Levitt Workshops: See site for more details. Arlington - Scandinavian - Sundays: Music and dancing from 1: Music and dance from Sweden and Norway. Workshops for musicians and dancers and open dancing to live music. The series features a wide variety of couple turning dances: Your donations to the refreshment table are much appreciated.
To protect the hall's wooden floor, please change from street shoes to clean shoes before dancing. To make turning easier, leather-soled dance shoes or other shoes that slide easily are recommended. For the comfort and well-being of all our dancers, especially those with allergies or asthma, please do not wear perfume or fragranced personal products. Ashburnham, Massachusetts - th Anniversary: Ashfield, Massachusetts - th Anniversary: A contra dance at Town Hall at 2pm is one of the events at this multi-day, multi-event celebration.
Ashfield, Massachusetts - Sunday: The Ashfield Town Hall is a beautiful dance space in a beautiful town. Athol, Massachusetts - Library Benefit: All dances taught; no partners needed; beginners welcome. Bake sale at the break. Potluck tapas dinner and dance to follow. Beer or wine over Non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.
Bring notes, photos and memorabilia to share. Barre, Massachusetts - Stone Cow Brewery: Free admission and family friendly.
Camp Chimney Corners in Becket, Massachusetts in western Massachusetts after several years of camping elsewhere. This is a YMCA camp that hosts groups throughout the year.
It is a very nice looking camp sited on a lovely undeveloped lake. Gender role free dancing is the theme of LCFD dance camps. Our main focus is contra dancing, but we regularly supplement the program with English country dancing and for this camp we will also have some additional dance form TBA taught for beginners.
We mainly attract lesbian and gay women and men, yet we welcome and get anyone who wants to dance without reference to gender roles. You don't need to bring a partner. Don't be shy, just ask someone to dance. Becket, Massachusetts - Swallowtail Anniversary Weekend: Dance weekend in mid-September at Camp Becket to celebrate the anniversary of the formation of the band Swallowtail.
Becket, Massachusetts - Northeast Squeeze-In: Annual fall weekend celebrating accordions and their relatives at the Chimney Corners, Camp Becket. There is a contra dance as part of the activities. Becket, Massachusetts - Flights of Fancy: Dance weekend at Camp Becket.
Along with dance and music, options will include boating, hiking, lounging and visiting, plus a sauna! We will have jam sessions, song swaps, and dance workshops. At night, of course, more dance and music until the wee hours.
Becket, Massachusetts - Form the Ocean: Dancing, workshops dancing and non-dancing , and conversations same during this weekend camp event in mid-May at Berkshire Outdoor Center Chimney Corners.
Becket, Massachusetts - Jacob's Pillow: Begin the evening with beginners instruction, then dance the night away with friends and family. Light snacks and beverages provided.
Bedford, Massachusetts - Green Dance: Dance from p. Belmont, Massachusetts - Chestnut Calling Workshop: David Millstone will be conducting a special Chestnuts Calling Workshop for callers interested in learning how to call these wonderful dances!
David has requested that all callers choose at least one dance prior to the workshop that you'd like to learn to call. Please contact Sally Bown asap for the list: Are you a musician who would like to learn more about Chestnut tunes? Come and join us, too! While this is a workshop and not a dance, we still need dancers. If you've ever danced Chestnuts, you know how much fun they are!
If you haven't, come and see what they're all about. It's a great chance to support your fellow callers and musicians in this learning experience. David brings a lot of experience and a deep enthusiasm for Chestnuts! This is an opportunity not to be missed! Belmont - Memorial Dance for Eph Weiss: Join us for an afternoon celebrating the life of Eph Weiss through the activity he loved the most: Throughout the afternoon there will be International, contra and square, English Country, and Scandinavian dancing, plus lots of waltzes, with live music and dance leading donated by our community's musicians and callers.
Contributions to the refreshment table are very welcome. The Folk Arts Center of New England will administer the fund, and the coordinators of the camp session will allocate the scholarships. All donations to this fund are tax-deductible to the full extent allowed by law. Dance is from 7: Our contra dances are taught to all ages. We recommend wearing lightweight loose fitting clothes as well as clean soft soled shoes.
Hope to see you there. Call for information or weather related cancellations. Bethany, Connecticut - Sound for Haiti: For more information please contact Carol Taubl. By email at tpianist aol. Bethany - Family Harvest Festival: Bethany - Donkey Hoedown: Benefit for Red Skye to Go, bringing the farm to you.
Donkeys, dinner, dancing, and more. Bethel, Connecticut - Founders' Day: Registration is required due to capacity regulations. Please call ex.
No dancing experience is necessary. The caller will walk us through the steps so that we can follow her call once the music starts. This fun-filled event is for all ages: Bolton, Massachusetts - Florence Sawyer School: Barn dance from 6: Boston, Massachusetts - Guerilla Contra Irregular contra dances, generally outside, at various locations and dates in the Boston metropolitan area.
We will meet, we will find new friends on the street, we will play music, and we will dance. This has the added benefit of spreading the word about all the contra opportunities in the Boston area. Check web site for details. Many times, volunteer callers and musicians are welcome to participate.
Boston, Massachusetts - Folk Dancing by the Fountain: Beginners and singles are always welcome! A Boston tradition since , FAC's outdoor summer folk dance series offers basic folk dance instruction, often accompanied by live music. To get there by public transportation, take any Green Line trolley to Copley Station.
FAC's FolkFone provides a recorded announcement with information about current Boston-area folk dance events. Call after 5 pm on June, July, and August Tuesdays for the final word on cancellation of the Copley Square dance because of inclement weather or other unforeseen events, or check the home page on this website.
Boston, Massachusetts - New England Conservatory: Free admission - open to the public. No experience or partners necessary. Come dance to awesome live music in a beautiful wooden hall! There will be fiddling, there will b Boston, MA - Web site: Boston, Massachusetts - Quincy Market: Dance in the Upper Rotunda of Quincy Market with a beginners' lesson at 6pm and dancing from 6: This is part of a regular series of events at Quincy Market as part of an effort to revitalize the area around Faneuil Hall.
Can't wait to see you all getting your folky groove on in downtown Boston! Not truly in Boston - variety of locations. The theme for the weekend is waltz fusion, or having fun mixing it up! The workshops are designed for non-novice dancers, experienced in any form of turning waltz, who are looking for something more! For any of these workshops, it is not necessary to attend with a partner, as we will rotate partners. Please arrive 15 minutes before your first workshop to check in.
An event open to the public, with experienced caller and musicians. Contra [line] dances use many of the same patterns as square dances. Singles are welcome; dancers commonly change partners for each dance. A dance is included in this day of events in September. Boxborough - United Church of Christ: Come warm up, and beat the winter blues with us!
Contra dancing is a type of dancing that is traditional to New England, and can be danced by just about anyone. This event is free and open to all, and is a chance to meet your neighbors.
No partner or experience is necessary. All dances will be taught and led by a caller. While these dances are not specifically geared toward kids, children are welcome with a supervising adult, and dances are fun for all ages. Come Early for the Beginners Lesson at 7: Partners are not needed; come alone or with a friend. No experience is necessary, a beginner's session, held 15 minutes before each dance, can teach you everything you need to know to get started.
The only requirement is that you wear soft soled shoes i. For more information, a complete schedule or directions call: The location is noted next to each date on the schedule page. For directions to each location please click on the links. Ann Church , Bridgeport, Connecticut Help us continue to bring local goodness to Black Rock and beyond. Join us for an afternoon of corn hole, barn dancing, beer tasting and more at our Halloween Hootenanny featuring local food, local artisans, local breweries, and live music, from pm.
Proceeds will directly benefit our season. Bridgewater, Connecticut - Squares: Special dance celebrating "Square Day" at 7: All ages and abilities are welcome. No prior experience or partners are needed. All dances will be taught and prompted. There will be circle, square, and long-ways dances. This is a free admission event.
Snacks and soft drinks will be provided. Call the church office at Or email office bwucc. Enjoy circle dances, mixers, dances from other countries, New England square and contra dances. All dances instructed, suitable for all ages, and appropriate for adults and children dancing together. Open to ages 10 and up. No prior experience is required, all dances are taught, and first time attendees get a free night! To obtain a registration form or for more information, contact Sam at , or sbaumgarten verizon.
Bristol, Connecticut - Carousel Benefit: Benefit dance for the Carousel Museum. Dance will be held at the Carousel Museum, 95 Riverside Avenue from 3: For more information email Cate at harpdancer gmail. A traditional New England Barn Dance!
Join us for an evening of reels, contra dancing, fiddle music and BBQ! Come learn the steps or just stomp on in for the fun! Raising fun ds for Community String Project! For more information call The contradance will be a traditional New England folk dance, with live music and a caller giving instructions on dance steps.
The dance is open to all ages and all levels of experience. Dress is casual, and a dancing partner is not necessary. For more information, contact Bill Simpson at or brookfieldculturalcouncil yahoo. The contradance this fall will feature a pumpkin decorating contest. Bring a carved or painted pumpkin to the Brookfield common between 4 and 5 p. Pumpkins will be lit after 6 p. Ribbon prizes will be awarded for child's best carved pumpkin, child's best painted pumpkin, adult's best carved pumpkin, and adult's best painted pumpkin.
The competition is open to residents of all towns. Buckland - Library Benefit Dance: If you are looking for a fun dance in the hill towns and for a good cause, come join us at the Buckland Public Hall for a fund raiser for the Buckland Library. Dance is from 7pmpm. The hall is located on Upper Street in upper Buckland. Feel free to call Steve at for more info or directions.
Square dances and concerts at various locations and times. Cambridge, Massachusetts - MIT: All welcome, especially students! No partner or experience necessary. All dances are taught.
Want to play in the band or learn to call? Students and others are welcome to sit in with the band or call dances in this series! Donation requested from other students: Free snacks at the break! Additional donations to BIDA are welcome to help fund future projects.
Family dance from 5: Cambridge Masonic Temple, Massachusetts Avenue. Cambridge, Massachusetts - Cambridge River Festival: A FREE one-day celebration of the arts along the banks of the Charles River - featuring jazz, folk, Latin and world music performances, dance, art demonstrations, family art-making activities and over specialty food purveyors and craftspeople! Generally occurs in June. Join us in Porter Square for an evening of waltz and other couple dances!
Enjoy everything from a mix of fast and slow waltzes to swing, tango, polka, Lindy, cha cha, blues, and foxtrot, with a special mix of DJ'ed dance tunes from the traditional to the exotic! We encourage people to dance with many different partners.
Special mixer dances will help you meet new dance friends! Free refreshments and holiday punch alcohol-free! All forms of waltz are welcome -- ballroom, folk, rotary, cross-step, and more! Through a week of workshops and rehearsals, Maple Morris and Morris Offspring produced "Must Come Down," a stage performance showcasing Morris dancing at its most inventive. A return leg of the collaboration in will see Maple Morris joined by Morris Offspring for two weeks of workshops and performances of a brand new stage production in Boston and Toronto.
We will again welcome the participation of some exciting musicians and writing collaborators for this project. We need your help to make this possible! Proceeds will go towards the Exchange. It will also mark the beginning of our Kickstarter Campaign to raise further funds for the project.
Includes performances by Maple Morris. First Church in Cambridge, 11 Garden St. Maple Morris is a community of young dancers dedicated to promoting creativity, leadership, and continued excellence in the second generation of Morris Dancing. For more information on Maple Morris, or to make a donation, visit http: We have a CD, and we're hosting a dance to celebrate!
Cambridge - Sound Workshop: Stay and dance from 7: RSVP required for workshop. Cambridge - Forbes Plaza: Cambridge, Massachusetts - Callendar: Dances at 5 Callendar Street from 8pm to 11pm. Cambridge, Massachusetts - Waltz - Democracy Center: Lesson will begin at 7pm, dancing goes until 10pm.
The Democracy Center, Harvard Square. From newbies to experts, everyone can enjoy a twirl on our dance floor. Clean shoes and comfortable clothes. The Democracy Center is right on the red line in Harvard Square! Parking can be tight, but all the metered spots are free because it's Sunday! We can't wait to dance with you! Prepare to honor the queens and kings who have the courage to be true to themselves.
A DRAG themed techno contradance. Free and open to the public. Cambridge, Massachusetts - Beantown Stomp: Everyone needs to register and pay in advance, and we may sell out. Unitarian Church in Carlisle 27 School Street , located in Carlisle Center on the common, just off Route , by the only rotary on town. Pot luck appetizers are requested, but not required. Next Generation Music and Dance. American and international dancing for youthful dancers of all ages! Beginners and experienced dancers, singles, couples, and groups are all welcome!
The Folk Arts Center presents an evening of folk dance and music for and by the younger generation. All ages are welcome. The program includes international folk dancing, New England contra dancing and Balkan-based world music. Please do not park behind the church. An afternoon contra dance is part of the festivities of First Night.
Dances at the Chelmsford Old Town Hall from 7pm to 9pm. Workshops and dance party with Ari Levitt from 1: For any of these workshops, it is not necessary to attend with a partner. Please arrive 15 minutes before your first workshop to register and pay.
Check site for more details. Heron Cove Folk Festival is a mostly music festival in early August with a contra dance. Farnums Road at the Causeway between Cheshire Lake. Dance is at 8 p. For details, call Event is from Admission to Square Dance: This is a special opportunity for new members of the CCC to be welcomed to the Center.
Join us for some good old-fashioned contra and square dancing. If you can walk, you can dance! Fun for family members of all ages. The traditional July family barbecue at 5: Please bring a salad, side dish, or dessert to share. A special thanks to Mal Jones for generously sponsoring the Barn Dance! Clinton - Girl Scout Benefit: Cohasset - Dance Your Chipotle Off: Concord, Massachusetts - Mondays: Concord Scout House -- 74 Walden St.
Route 2 to Route 4 miles west of , north 1 mile. Hall is on left before Congregational Church. Plenty of free parking but not in the church lot, please! Walk-through instructions for all dances; beginners and singles welcome. Please bring a clean pair of shoes to change into for dancing. Beginning Monday, 2 January , our admission pricing will be on a "You Pick" pricing scheme: When entering, you tell us what you're paying.
No questions asked, we're happy to have you attend at any offered price and have volunteer opportunities for free admission should you need it. If you're able and motivated to pay more, please do pick a higher amount - any additional income over our costs will go straight to the evening's performers.
This is an experiment. We're not trying a full sliding scale because that makes the job of our door sitting volunteers more complicated. Hopefully the choices offered provide much of that benefit without the complication. Please lend us your support and patience as we try out this change.
Cancellations only when the police advise against all driving. Concord, Massachusetts - Cotillion: A party and dance featuring classic contras and 19th century lancers and quadrilles with a few couple dances, waltzes, etc.. Tony Parkes, prompter, with Spare Parts. For , hours are listed as 6: Dessert buffet at interval. Elegant attire period, formal or festive encouraged.
Concord, Massachusetts - Summer Saturdays: Please bring a pair of clean shoes to change into for Dancing.
Concord, Massachusetts - 1st Saturdays: For more info, call or e-mail nedc cds-boston. Concord, Massachusetts - 2nd Saturdays: At the Scout House, 74 Walden St. Please bring clean soft-soled shoes to dance in not your street shoes.
Concord, Massachusetts - 4th Saturdays: Scout House, 74 Walden St. Dances in in September-June with a few exceptions. Bring clean shoes, please!
For more information, call Walter Lenk at Concord, Massachusetts - 5th Saturdays: For more info, call or Concord, Massachusetts - 5th Fridays: Concord, Massachusetts - Craft Fair: Over 30 craft and artisans exhibiting their wares from 10am to 5pm. Geatana Freniere Concord, Massachusetts - Challenging Contras: This event features dances for those familiar with Contras.
The dance is from 8: This is a Fragrance Free Event. Dancers should know where to be at the start of each dance phrase and how to recover from a lapse. Dancers assist their partner and neighbor to the next move and execute flourishes safely and on time without disturbing others. The population was 12, at the census. Charlton was first settled in According to the United States Census Bureau , the town has a total area of The town is bordered on the west by Sturbridge ; on the north by East Brookfield , Spencer and Leicester ; on the east by Oxford ; and on the south by Dudley and Southbridge.
Charlton is bisected by north-south Route 31 , which runs through the historical villages of Charlton Center, Charlton City and Charlton Depot. North-south Route connects Charlton City with Southbridge. East-west routes include Route 20 , a major commuter road, and the Massachusetts Turnpike Interstate 90 , which crosses through Charlton but does not have an exit in the town. While there is no exit for the town, there are two rest stops on the Mass Pike that are in Charlton.
As of the census  of , there were 11, people, 3, households, and 3, families residing in the town. The population density was There were 4, housing units at an average density of The racial makeup of the town was Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0.
There were 3, households out of which The average household size was 2. In the town, the population was spread out with The median age was 35 years. For every females, there were For every females age 18 and over, there were As of December , there were 13, residents. Charlton has an open town meeting form of government, with a five-member Board of Selectmen. The Charlton Free Public Library was established in I have no feeling of vindictiveness over the stand of the librarians there — I am only amused.
They offer some dress patterns from the Titanic-era. Slightly less accurate than Past Patterns or Janet Arnold but still good patterns. When using these look at period illustrations and garments to tweak the dresses, like adjusting seams, closures or skirts for the look you want.
There are also other smaller pattern companies that we have no experience with so we cannot review them. Costume Patterns Then we come to the large commercial pattern companies, mainly Simplicity and Butterick. Neither of them is particularly accurate as they have to appeal to the mass market, though Simplicity is better than Butterick, they are, in the end, costumes. The skirts are not usually cut full enough for dancing.
Patterns of Fashion 1I: An excellent resource with several dresses from the period: A little earlier period but has some good advice. Routledge ; ISBN: Details many of the dresses in Patterns of Fashion by Janet Arnold. European Dress in Detail, - Museum exhibition catalogue Zimmans Lynn, MA luxurious home decorating silks to-die-for, trims. Fabric Corner Mass. Things We Love Mass. Thoreauly Antiques 25 Walden St. Springfield, MA Discount fabrics, large selection.
Join Our Mailing List Email: Fashions of the Titanic era by Catherine Bishop. Undergarments To achieve the silhouette and support your dress properly the correct undergarments are very helpful. Return to Top Garments The Fashionable Silhouette The basic silhouette was columnar, with a slightly raised waistline, smooth fit over the hips and full length skirt with not a great deal of fullness.
Return to Top Hair, Headdresses and Hats Hairstyles Hair was worn piled on the head in waves and puffs, volume is wide, increasing the visual width of the head, with not a lot of vertical emphasis, the ears are usually covered. Return to Top Sewing your own outfit: Hints, tips and Recommendations Choosing Patterns: Publishes the Vintage Dress Series books. On-line free fashion history library. Links to other vintage fashion sites. The Commonwealth Vintage Dancers www.
A good resource for visual images of extant garments. The site can be searched by date and theme. OMG That Dress omgthatdress. Reproducing Fashions Sensibility www. Has button moulds good for covered buttons that are so popular in the Titanic-era. The sheer volume of information, and the fact that it is all free, makes this one of our favorite online resources. Be prepared to spend hours! It is only in French, so if you are not a French speaker, here is a simple set of navigation instructions: Click on this link to the database.
Click the "Recherche Simple" link. In the "Termes de Recherche" box, enter the word Mode. In the "Documents numerises" section, select "Album Maciet". Click "Rechercher" at the bottom of the page.
Select a collection to view by ticking the box, then click on "Voir les Notices" at the bottom of the page. The collections are organized chronologically. This will pull up the information for the book you selected in a box to the right. In that box, click on "Voir les vignettes Maciet". Click on any thumbnail image to view the larger image. Click on "Impressions" to save or print the image.
Return to Top Patterns Past Patterns www. A listing of some of thsir pattern follows. Princess Combination, Blouses and Waists: Ladies' dress Skirts: Box 9, Nahant, Massachusetts e-mail:
Fur and Leather Garments in 18th and 19th Century New England by Marge Bruchac, December In 21 st century America, the wearing of fur and leather runs the gamut from practical outerwear to extreme fashion statement. Depending on the style, a pair of high leather boots may be crafted to preserve one's feet from cold or proclaim one's wealth; a pair of trimmed leather gloves might be made. This is a list of newspapers in Massachusetts, including print and online. Alexis Atwood, Amber Bolieau (4) and Kaily Selph; Sydney Norberg, Ashley Dube (7) and Melissa Silva. Records: AV , UX John Doldo, on the seventh from yards, with a four hybrid.