user: Nicholas Rockstroh
BREAK
by: Lisa Greenleaf
introduces moves: swing, long lines, do si do, chain, star
formation: improper
A1  16  neighbors balance & swing

A2  8  long lines forward & back

8  ladles do si do 1½
 
B1  16  partners balance & swing

B2  8  ladles chain

8  star left 4 places and on to the next ⁋

by: Linda Leslie
introduces moves: mad robin, circle
formation: Becket
A1  8  long lines forward & back

8  mad robin, gentlespoons in front
 
A2  6  circle left 3 places

10  neighbors swing
 
B1  8  right diagonal ladles chain

8  star left 4 places
 
B2  16  partners balance & swing ⁋

by: Cary Ravitz
introduces moves: allemande, meltdown swing, petronella
formation: improper
A1  8  neighbors allemande right 1½

8  star right 3 places; ladles turn back over right shoulder
 
A2  16  partners meltdown swing

B1  8  balance & petronella

8  balance & petronella
 
B2  8  star left 3 places

8  neighbors allemande left 1½ ⁋

by: Don Flaherty
introduces moves: zig zag, give & take
formation: improper
A1  6  zig left zag right ⁋

6  zig right zag left ⁋
 
4  3rd neighbors allemande right once
 
A2  16  2nd neighbors balance & swing

B1  4  gentlespoons give & take partners

12  partners swing
 
B2  8  long lines forward & back

8  circle left 3 places

Edited to be danceable compared to dance as given elsewhere on site.
by: Rick Mohr
introduces moves: slide along set
formation: indecent Becket ccw
Start in regular Becket ccw and note the change from the norm once the progression has happened
A1  4  gentlespoons allemande left once

12  partners swing
 
A2  6  circle left 3 places

6  neighbors allemande right once
 
4  ladles allemande left once
 
B1  16  neighbors meltdown swing

B2  6  gentlespoons give & take partners ending with gentlespoons on the right

2  slide right along set to next neighbors ⁋
 
8  circle right 4 places

Another one of Rick Mohr's unusual formations. I've modified the timing from his notes a little based on my experiences dancing the dance. To see the original  and Rick's comments on the history of the dance and how to teach it  check his site: http://rickmohr.net/Contra/Dances.asp#SunsetLimited
BREAK
by: Linda Leslie
introduces moves: right left through
formation: Becket
A1  0  slide left along set ⁋

8  circle left 3 places
 
8  neighbors swing
 
A2  8  right left through (or promenade)

8  ladles chain to partner
 
B1  8  balance & petronella

8  balance & petronella
 
B2  16  partners balance & swing

A variation of the dance Old Time Elixir by Mike Boerschig. The same dance was also written by Dean Snipes, and is called "Tica Tica Timing".
by: Tom Hinds
introduces moves: figure 8, contra corners
formation: improper
A1  16  neighbors meltdown swing

A2  6  circle left 3 places

10  partners swing
 
B1  8  ladles chain

8  ones half figure 8
 
B2  16  ones contra corners ⁋

A variation alternates between ones and twos.
Source: https://www.library.unh.edu/special/forms/rpdlw/syllabus1995.pdf
introduces moves: box the gnat, roll away, swat the flea
formation: proper
Identify first corners and second corners
A1  8  first corners right hand balance & box the gnat

8  star right  hands across  4 places
 
A2  16  partners meltdown swing

B1  8  long lines forward & back

4  circle left 2 places
 
4  ones roll away partners with a half sashay  gentlespoons rolling
 
B2  8  second corners left hand balance & swat the flea

8  star left  hands across  4 places, look for new first corners ⁋

Written at Summer CDH 2018 for the band In Tent City. I suggest identifying the ones at the beginning of the dance so that there's no confusion when telling the ones only to do the roll to swap.
by: Lindsey Dono
formation: Becket ccw
A1  8  circle left 3 places

8  neighbors swing
 
A2  8  long lines forward & back

8  ladles chain
 
B1  6  mad robin, ladles in front (ccw)

8  circle right 4 places
 
2  slide right along set ⁋
 
B2  6  gentlespoons allemande left once

10  partners swing

Inspired by a Facebook discussion of the question: “can dancers intuitively slide to the right along the set?” Called at several house parties and Faultline Frolic.