Selected Dance Events

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last update...8/24/21

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From Aura's Israelidances.com Israeli Dance Camps






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September 24-26 Workshop With Shmulik Gov-Ari in Boulder, CO


Hello Phil, 

Please share this announcement with your group, if you have a newsletter in your newsletter, and with whomever may be interested in attending our workshop.

Thanks,

Olivia

 

Mail-in Registration is now open 

                   for 

Shmulik Gov-Ari’s much anticipated workshop  

with the Boulder International Folk Dancers 

                   at the

Avalon Ballroom, Boulder, CO

September 24-26th, 2021

 

Register now by downloading the registration form at:  https://www.boulderfolkdancers.org/events-workshops/2021/bifd-shmulik-gov-ari-2021-workshop    

or by printing out the attached registration form and mailing it in. 

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Chile Rokedet - November 11-14, 2021 (CANCELLED)

 

Dearest dancers


First, I hope I find everyone healthy, that everything is well, both personally and professionally, and that you are surrounded by your loved ones.


We prayed and hoped that this year we would be able to hold our camp as planned, or even in a special format, adapted to the reality we live in today.
We have waited as much as possible, very optimistic,  and have reached the moment when a decision must be made, and unfortunately, we are again forced to postpone the event to next year.


The current situation of Covid-19 in Chile has been improving day by day, but apparently, there is still a way to go. Currently, Chile's borders are still closed to foreigners from around the world. Only Chileans and permanent residents can leave and enter Chile, provided they are vaccinated, of course.

We are getting closer by leaps and bounds before the date of the camp, only 2 months before, and since there is still no deadline for the opening of the borders for foreigners (and without the need for isolation of 14 days), and given the fact that 90% of the participants are foreigners, we have no choice but to postpone the camp again.

For those of you who have registered and paid a deposit, we will contact everyone personally in the coming days.

 

Let's never lose hope because better days will come!

 

Big hug 

Chen Blum