- This is from the wonderful lady with whom I studied belly dance for several years (also Boji and Kharmin). Unfortunately, I work Monday nights or I would beMessage 1 of 1 , Sep 4, 2008View SourceThis is from the wonderful lady with whom I studied belly dance for several years (also Boji and Kharmin). Unfortunately, I work Monday nights or I would be all over this! Anyone out there who is interested in belly dancing should look into this class. It's tremendous fun and she is terrific!
Those of you who have been around here for a while may recall a Rokkehealdon event probably 12 years ago or so that had an 'Alhambra' Moorish/Spanish theme - His Highness Jafar was in attendance, if that helps date it - the troupe that formed out of our class, Anwaar al Sharq, entertained at the feast - it was Felicia/Jahwara, Kharmin, Boji and me.
The almost right life is nothing at all. The right life is dangerous, open-ended, more questions than answers, a map to undiscovered countries.
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From: F M Elias <fmelias@...>
Sent: Thursday, September 4, 2008 2:24:11 PM
Subject: Middle Eastern Dance Classes with Glen Ellyn Park DistrictGreetings to All:I'd like you to know that I'll be teaching Middle Eastern Dance/Raqs Sharqi (aka 'belly dance' ) for the Glen Ellyn Park District beginning Monday, September 8 for a 6 week session. There is a beginner's class starting at 6:30 PM and an advanced (dances who have prev. studied M/E Dance) at 7:30 PM.Please share this with anyone you know who may have interest in studying this dance form. Classes are fun and educational and provide a good way to keep moving at the end of the day.For more information please visit http://www.gepark.orgSelect "Programs"and then "Browse Programs"Select "Dance" and look for "Advanced Belly Dance" for dancers with experience, and "Belly Dance" for new participants.Location:185 Spring Ave (near Rte 53 & Roosevelt Rd)
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137
Get directionsThanks!Felicia Elias