If we’ve learned anything at all during this pandemic
It’s that our finding fun should be anything but academic!
We have options galore to dance around the world
Such opportunities help our flags come unfurled.
Are you stuck in a rut? Now try other things!
Social distancing allows us to stretch our dance wings!
Try this and try that – there’s nothing to lose
We can go anywhere virtually, do anything we choose!
I strongly suggest that you join us on Saturday
When an Israeli dance workshop will be underway.
Aaron Alpert’s the leader and he’s ready to rock
Don’t hesitate, everyone to this workshop should flock!
Links of importance for August 8
- The log-in link can be found here on the Folk Arts Center’s website.
- Donations to support this workshop and the Folk Arts Center of New England can be made by clicking here.
Looking ahead – August 15 and 22
- August 15: Richard Powers, regaling us with a history of the evolution of swing dance, highlighting in particular the Big Apple dance club in Columbia, South Carolina.
- August 22: Gergana Panova, joining us for the first time online as she presents Bulgarian dances with charm and enthusiasm!
Take my advice and definitely plan on spending Saturday afternoons during the dog days of August with us!
Other Folk Arts Center on-line opportunities
- Sunday, August 9: Boston Harbor Scottish Fiddle School Reunion! 15 teachers, 13 classes and a session, from 1-4pm! You do not need to have attended the camp to enjoy the reunion!
- Tuesdays, August 11, 18, 25: Folk Dancing by the Virtual Fountain. In conjunction with the UMass Lowell’s Folk Dance Club, the Boston summertime tradition, usually held outdoors in Back Bay’s Copley Square, is now online!
–Marcie Van Cleave