Somewhere in Time, Unlimited


October 30, 2011

It was the Old West at the end of  the 19 century. The newspapers were full of stories about Wyatt Earp and his brothers.  It was the era of gun slingers, river boat gamblers, visitors to brothels and others, who would spit and polish their images in time for Sunday service and the subsequent “Social” that was likely to happen in the afternoon.
“Cowboy Shooting,” as a sport, is popular even today.  The Single Action Shooting Society SASS is a lively club of target shooters who dress in historical attire for their activities and events. 

Specifically, they dress in attire of the period 1885-1899.
SITU will revisit that special era of the Old West (1885-99), when everyone came dressed their Sunday-Best for Church and the Social immediately following. We are looking forward to welcoming SASS members and friends to join us in an afternoon of fun, food, and dancing!
October means Autumn and we will be celebrating the change of season.  The appeal of meeting up with old friends, while making the acquaintanceship of new friends, will be a welcome introduction to the shorter, cooler days ahead.

We’ll gather for a delicious catered “smoker/chuck-wagon-type” hearty meal of four types of all-you-can-eat meats and four side dishes, as well. 

After the meal, we'll kick up our heels to the live music presented by Band Leader
Phil Wilkinson and fellow musicians.  We'll even have a professional "caller" to lead us through the dance steps!
How to prepare for the upcoming festivities?

Ladies:  Get out your sewing patterns or start looking for finished garments which can be bustled or used as a walking skirt. 

Remember to wear your favorite “Sunday Hat!” 

Gentlemen: Here’s your excuse to buy a ready-made Frock Coat (you’ll get lots of usage from this garment!).

They may be purchased from various retailers, such as:
  or .

Here is a shortcut to the page from which Sir Harry purchased his Frock Coat:


What to do next?

1.  Reserve the date!

2.  Buy your ticket to guarantee your spot. Attendance is limited.

3.  Get your fancy duds and dance shoes ready for an afternoon of Autumn fun!!!


Full details:  
When: Sunday, 10/30/11 Due to specifications by the caterer this is a pre-paid event.  No tickets will be sold at the door.
Time: 2 p.m. - 5 p.m.  
Where: Kenmore Community Club
7304 NE 175th
Kenmore, WA 
Cost: $30.00 p/p
Early bird price.
* Early bird prices through 5 p.m. 9/23/11 (end of business day) via Pay Pal, or checks postmarked by 9/23/11.

Effective 9/24/11 the regular ticket price will be $35.00 p/p.
Parking: Lot, or off-street.  
What to
No need to bring anything to eat or drink.  Everything is provided in your ticket price.
What to
1885-1899 Victorian day-wear.
How to Pay:  
  By Check: Make your check payable to:
   Bobbie Kalben
   (SITU is not a legal banking entity)

Mail your check to:
   Somewhere in Time, Unlimited
   PO Box 28117
   Seattle, WA  98118
  By PayPal:
Number of Early Bird Tickets:
Name of Attendees?
Are you a SITU 2011 Member?
If you have any questions, please feel free to contact MissBobbie "at" or LadyVictoria "at" or ring her at: 206 720.7606

Thank you for visiting our website today!

If you'd like to learn more about this fun
 historical costuming group in Seattle,
visit our
Homepage for more details, view photos, learn
about educational opportunities, etc.

Looking forward to seeing you in the near future....

Updated August 3,,2011


Special thanks to:
   Gina Walters White and husband Greg White, along with
   Doc Durden and his photographer Thru Thyme Photo's
for their use of their images on this site.  These lovely people have been involved in historical costuming and with SASS out of area.  If you have a Facebook account, feel free to look them up!