Dances and weddings
The contributor lists dances that were common in Fair Isle. These were all learned in the hall as there was no dancing taught at school. She describes the way the Shetland reel was danced. These dances were often brought in by teachers or the district nurse. The Eva Three Step was very popular in Orkney. She explains the sequence of dances that would be danced at a wedding.
Mention of a wedding where her aunt made the cake. Melodeons and fiddles were played at weddings and dances.