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The Arlington House Victorian Dance Society is an interpretive program of Arlington House, the Robert E. Lee Memorial, founded by Amy Delery in 2012.
Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington National Cemetery Metro stop
|Monday||01:45 - 06:55|
|Tuesday||10:20 - 14:20|
|Wednesday||15:20 - 16:20|
|Wednesday||00:20 - 14:25|
|Thursday||05:20 - 03:00|
|Friday||22:50 - 09:35|
|Saturday||11:25 - 15:30|
|Sunday||09:50 - 09:20|
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The Arlington House Victorian Dance Society is a volunteer interpretive program of Arlington House, the Robert E. Lee Memorial of the National Park Service, located in Arlington National Cemetery. The mid-19th century dance troupe was founded in 2012 by Arlington House volunteer Amy Delery, director and dance mistress from 2012-2017, now dance mistress "emeritus." John Michel, an original dancer with the group, served as Dance Master from April 2017 until December 2019, and Mrs Naomi Arlund, who has danced with us since 2014, is the current Dance Mistress. The members are are dedicated volunteers and living historians who enjoy learning and performing dances of the mid-19th century. The group has performed at Arlington House, Fort Washington, the Anacostia Arts Center, the Army-Navy Country Club, Sully Historic Site, and other Washington, DC area venues.