The Peacock Prom

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by Gabrielle Riel on Friday, 16 May, 2008

Post written by Mr. Rudolpho Woodget

Did you miss your Prom? Or did you go with the wrong person? This Saturday, you can right that wrong at The Peacock Prom, to be offered at The Bashful Peacock, Caledon Wellsian, on Saturday, May 17. For the convenience of our global community, the prom will be held twice: from 10 am to 1 pm and again from 7 pm to 10 pm (all times SLT).

The lawn will be ornamented in keeping with the theme of “May Flowers,” selected by Prom Chair, Mr. Jayleden Miles. Guests are encouraged to bedeck themselves honouring the beauty of a Caledon spring.

This SLURL> will take you to the Caledon Wellsian telehub, whence you can follow the red beacon over the mountain to the northeast corner. The Trans-Caledon Railway also stops just outside The Bashful Peacock.

What North Americans call the “prom,” a formal dance marking the end of the school year, has its origins in the Promenade dances of nineteenth-century England, a tradition which has flowered in the beloved Proms concerns. Radio Riel will carry us through the centuries from the light classics of Caledon’s time to the high school dances of our typists. We are delighted that Her Grace Carntaigh, Gabrielle Riel, will grace our event a Misstress of the Musicks. Tune in on

The Queen and King of the Prom, chosen by prom guests will be crowned at 12:00 pm and 9:00 pm. At that time, the guests who most beautifully embody the theme of May Flowers will also be honoured.

The Bashful Peacock is Caledon’s gathering place for ladies and gentlemen who prefer the company of ladies and gentlemen, respectively. (And are likely, therefore, not to have had the prom of their dreams.) All of Caledon’s friends and relatives are most welcome at all of our events. Couples of any combination are welcome to the prom (even male-female couples!) as are those who wish to attend without a date. (We wish those guests the best of luck in finding dates at the Prom.)

Bring the flower of your life and celebrate the romance of a spring night and the magic of a love song.


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