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 A Rococo/Georgian/18th century/American Revolution/MA Party 

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 A Rococo/Georgian/18th century/American Revolution/MA Party 
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Post A Rococo/Georgian/18th century/American Revolution/MA Party
I am contemplating throwing an 18th century party for forum members, society members, and blogs members. A party where we would all get together in one place, and meet each other by our usernames and possibly ranks. One where everyone could dress up :D .
It would possibly take place in January of 2013, in Austin, Texas at a place called the French Legation Musuem.

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Tue Aug 16, 2011 5:18 pm
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That sounds wonderful!! I live in Arizona, but I do have family who live in Austin... This party would be a great way to get to Texas and see my dearly beloved aunt, and cousins, and come to your party all in one shot. Keep me posted on how everything turns out. I would not mind a road trip, although it takes 15 plus hours to get to Austin from where I live :disgust: I've made the trip before with friends, and it was a great time...

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Thu Aug 18, 2011 10:45 pm
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Ha Ha. I certainly will keep you posted :)

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Mon Sep 05, 2011 3:24 pm
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I have always yearned to go to Texas ... :cry:

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I've been to Texas a few times, but its' quite a way to go for a party!

Still you never know!

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Haha. Yes, I know it is a terrible distance, and odd destination. However, I would like to see everyone :). It sounds so random, but I want to have a party with all the dancing, dress, and entertainment of the Rococo. I want to have a tea party in costume, and I want to have dinner at a large candlelit table. I want to gamble and play cards, and I want to perform all the witty banter and conversations of an 18th century party.

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