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SF Bay Area Armenian Festivals 2019

Cupertino Armenian Festival September 6 and 7 Friday: 5 pm to 10 pm; Saturday: Noon to 10:00 pm https://www.standrewarmchurch.org/events/armenianfestival-9-6-2019/ St. Andrew Armenian Church 11370 South Stelling Road Cupertino, CA 95014 408.257.6743 Music: TBA St Gregory Armenian Church Festival September 13 to September 15 Friday: 6 pm to Midnight; Saturday: Noon […]


Castro Valley Greek Festival

SF Bay Area Greek Festivals 2019

Castro Valley Greek Festival August 23, 24, and 25 Friday: 5pm to 10pm; Saturday: 11am to 10pm; Sunday: 11:30 am to 7pm Free Admission http://www.greekfestival.me Resurrection Church of Castro Valley 20074 Center Street, Castro Valley 510.581.8950 Music: Saturday and Sunday: Mythos Band Fresno Greek Festival August 23, 24 and 25 […]


Bay Area Dance Week – April 26 to May 5, 2019

To help promote folk dance, several Bay Area Folk Dance Federation member groups are generously opening their folk dance classes free to the public during Bay Area Dance Week, April 26 to May 5, 2019. Bay Area Dance Week Bay Area Dance Week (BADW) is the largest, most vibrant dance […]


Bay Area Dance Week, April 27 – May 6, 2018

To help promote folk dance, several Bay Area Folk Dance Federation member groups are generously opening their folk dance classes free to the public during Bay Area Dance Week, April 27 to May 6, 2018. Bay Area Dance Week Bay Area Dance Week (BADW) is the largest, most vibrant dance […]


Give the gift of folk dance

Do you have friends that especially enjoy social activities such as dance, are interested in international cultures, ethnic dance performances, or perform dance themselves? Are they dance students, professionals, educators, administrators, or advocates, young or old? If they are not already members consider starting their year by giving them the […]


Dance clubs warned to vacate Palo Alto First Baptist

Several mid-Peninsula dance groups are now scrambling for space after receiving notices from the City of Palo Alto prohibiting use of its First Baptist Church for dance events due to zoning laws. The church is fighting this order, and Stanford Folk Dancers, Moveable Feet and the Peninsula Folk Dance Council […]


Supervised Child

Why Did YOU Start Folk Dancing?

In 2014, Let’s Dance! magazine began running an occasional cartoon illustrating the answer to the question: Why did YOU start folk dancing? What follows are the cartoons that have been published as of January 2017. Artwork is by Susan Gregory, text by Loui Tucker. Click on each cartoon for a […]