Fun Film Footage
Updated September 6, 2012
Vid Clips from The community:
Members Lady Victoria & Sir Harry of Essex, the Romnes Family, as
well as friends from Fort Nisqually, were featured in a historical
documentary centennial film about the Port of Seattle!
It was directed by Vaun S. Raymond.
View a short clip of the video, or to view a longer version click here.
In the longer version, costumers are featured at 2:15 (min/seconds) and 8:40
|U SITU captured on film during the KlaHaYa Parade's "March With The Mayor" from the historic town of Snohomish, WA - July, 2010.|
U SITU members
KIRO TV ad for the City of Snohomish's Antique Fair,
May 15, 2010!
|U Seattle real estate agent, Marlow Harris films SITU Members during the group's 30th anniversary celebrations. They held a "Dickens Christmas Tea", Dec. 6, 2009|
|U SITU participates in the Snohomish KlaHaYa Parade, July 2009.|
|U SITU members spotted & filmed at Centennial Celebrations for Pike Place Market in Seattle. (Short ad appears first.)|
Vid clips from SITU's own files:
|U SITU's own Sir Harry of Essex was featured during a British-themed concert, Nov. 2011. Enjoy the brief video of Colonel Boggie's Theme from the movie, "Bridge Over the River Kuwai!"|
|U SITU's own Miss Beverly was featured as a guest artist at the "Stage Door Canteen", Sep. 18, 2010 She performed "A-Train", "Deed I Do" and "I Think You're Wonderful" to rousing applause!|
|U SITU's President, Miss Kimberly, introduces the Savoy Swing Club of Seattle during SITU's Fall Event, "Stage Door Canteen" on Sep. 18, 2010.|
|U Seattle's Savoy Swing Club stopped by SITU's "Stage Door Canteen" to perform two demonstrations and lead SITU (the historical costuming group) in learning a few dance steps! Enjoy the videos below!|
|U Savoy Lesson 1||U Savoy Lesson 2|
|U Savoy Lesson 3||U Savoy Lesson 4|
|U Savoy Swing does a Demo Dance.|
Thank you for visiting our webpage! If you
would like to learn more about this fun and interesting group,
please go to our HomePage for more details.
We are known for representing a wide variety of eras, most favorably
are in Victorian clothing, Edwardian, 1920's Flappers, Regency and
From the homepage, you'll be able to navigate to more photos, list of upcoming events, items for sale, classes and even how to become a member (only $15 for full year or $7.50 back half of year), should you decide to do so! Our members tend to be located between British Columbia, Canada and Portland, Oregon USA. You do not need to reside in the area in order to become a member. We would happily send you the regular newsletter regardless.
Somewhere in Time, Unlimited is also "sister association" to a number of well established historical costuming groups, including the Victorian Society in America, NW Chapter. Please visit our website to view our "sister" associations on the Links page.
Updated Sept. 6, 2012