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Recently Traditional Fictional Morris (RTFM) dances just once a year, at sunset on October 31st.

We start dancing shortly before the expected local sunset time, so that we are dancing as the sun actually sets.  When the dance is done, we disappear silently into the night.

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR 2018:
Sadly, there will be no labyrinth to walk this year.  We look forward to returning to the Somerville Community Growing Center in 2019, where we hope to again have a labyrinth.

In addition to listing sunset time, the table below also lists a start time; this is the time when we gather at the site.  We arrive early so that there is time to meet, greet, and socialize with our audience before the dancing.  That is also the time to sing pumpkin carols (links to some of these can be found on our links page). 


The 2018 Dancing of the AntiMorris
Start Time 5:00 PM
Sunset Time 5:39 PM
End Time Roughly 6:00 PM
Location Outside the front door of the Somerville Public Library's Central Branch, 79 Highland Ave., Somerville, MA


Here is information on previous dancings of the AntiMorris:

Year Start
Time
Sunset
Time
Location
2011-2017 5:00 PM 5:39 PM Somerville Community Growing Center, 22 Vinal Ave., Somerville, MA
2009-2010 4:15 PM* 5:39 PM Somerville Community Growing Center, 22 Vinal Ave., Somerville, MA
2007-2008 5:00 PM 5:39 PM Somerville Community Growing Center, 22 Vinal Ave., Somerville, MA
2002-2006 4:00 PM** 4:39 PM** Somerville Community Growing Center, 22 Vinal Ave., Somerville, MA
2001 4:00 PM** 4:39 PM** Kresge Oval, MIT, 48 Massachusetts Ave., Cambridge, MA

* - In 2009 and 2010, as the 31st fell on weekend days, we met earlier than usual, and had two local "regular" morris teams (Pipe Dream and Red Herring) join us to dance prior to sunset.

** - Prior to 2007, Daylight Saving Time did not include October 31st, making the time for AntiMorris one hour earlier according to local clocks.









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