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'Raindrops' Monsoon Social 2016

posted Sep 3, 2016, 9:09 AM by IT Administrator   [ updated May 8, 2018, 11:59 PM ]
July 23, 2016

The uneven sound of rain drops outside our hall was drowned by the sweet melody of music inside the hall! 

The informal gathering, which came in casual wear at the KCA ground floor hall all looked set to have a good time.  Yes, dear members this was indeed one of the first in a series of such events in the months to come. The decor and the blue lights created an ambience of a perfect dance party for our members and their guests.  

As the invitees trouped in, they were greeted by soft sweet music of yester-years, some of them tapping their feet to the beat and others trying to sing along.  It was good to see everyone hunting for a nice cosy place to settle down, to spend the evening set before them.  To see us through the evening, we had our very own member, Mr. Merwin D’souza, who as Master of Ceremonies lined up the type of music and coordinated the dance sections with the DJ. 

While the music played, guest moved in to buy their favourite hot barbeque snacks which started rolling out from the charcoal pit.  Yes, some like it hot specially when the rains keep beating down!  There were other interesting snacks like Choris Pau, mutton cutlets etc. followed by a dinner choice of pork sorpotel with sannas, Chinese food and other tasty stuff…Hay, hay, we better stop before we make your mouths water!  We also had a doctor’s medicine corner where peg measures along with suitable mixtures were provided to enliven the spirits of the rain dancers!

Shall we move to the dance floor??  As usual in the beginning there was slow action as everyone was waiting for someone to give the lead, but in no time the floor was full, and everyone was in motion to the beat.  There was good movement on the dance floor with thumping feet and swinging arms action just picked up and everyone was just about having a swinging time! This went on till the sound deadline time signaled - STOP.  But you know how it always happens no one likes to leave the dance floor when in the mood...we could hear loud shouts of More, More, More…More

SURE ! We said until the next time……

Richard D'Souza
Cultural and Recreation Team