- Period dress is not required for Ball attendees. Dances on the program may range from Playford (17th century) to modern compositions. Dancers at past balls have worn attire meant to reflect dress of various periods. Some ladies wear ball gowns and men may wear suits and even tuxedos. Attire tending toward more formal wear is appropriate for the Ball. Comfortable, dress-up attire is another descriptor of appropriate attire.
Is the Ball a "for those who know" event?
Where can dancers obtain instructions for the dances?
Will food and drinks be available? Will there be a Potluck?
Is public transportation available to get to the Ball?
How about parking?
Is hospitality available? How about hotels?
Are reduced-rate (scholarship) admissions available? How about student discounts?
What opportunities for volunteering are available?
Volunteers are always welcome and needed. Opportunities include:
More questions? Contacts?
Consult the main 2020 Annual Washington Spring Ball page for more information (e.g., to view the program of dances, to register, etc.). If your questions are still unanswered, send an email to Bob Hershler, firstname.lastname@example.org or Anna Rain, ECD.Ball.Chair@fsgw.org.