Israeli dances date from the 1940s, but the bulk of the dances played in this session are from 1975 to now, with occasional older material. We dance on a large, high-ceiling social hall with a wood floor (see photo) that is heated in the winter and air-conditioned in the summer.
Refreshments include hot coffee/tea/chocolate, lemonade, popcorn, cookies, occasional produce from local trees and contributed by dancers.
Attendance varies from 70-95 dancers; 60% women, 40% men. Average age about 50; age range from early 20s to late-80s. 50% Israelis living in the U.S.; 50% non-Israelis.
$10 ($8 for Sunnyvale residents) No charge for non-dancers and children. Discounts and scholarships available. Your first visit is FREE! No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
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