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Raindance in Auckland Park Johannesburg 2 November 2015 6:30pm

Dynamic Dance Details When: Monday 2 November 2015Where: St Peter’s Anglican Church, 8 Walton Avenue, Auckland ParkTime: 6.30pm to 8pm Investment: R100 per class for dancers with a solid income / R70 for those whose incomes are irregular / R50 for students Bring drinking water and wear comfortable clothes that you can freely move in. […]

Dynamic Dance Details

When: Monday 2 November 2015
Where: St Peter’s Anglican Church, 8 Walton Avenue, Auckland Park
Time: 6.30pm to 8pm

Investment:
R100 per class for dancers with a solid income /
R70 for those whose incomes are irregular /
R50 for students

Bring drinking water and wear comfortable clothes that you can freely move in. There is secure parking with a car guard, so please come join us.

Come and dance for rain 2 November!

The few drops that fell on Saturday night was a reminder of how sweet it feels when the rain comes down to break the heat and soak the earth.

But it was not nearly enough – we are in dire need of rain, so let’s dance for it!

Let’s get together to ask with our dance for the dams to be filled, the trees, crops and fields to be nourished and the air to be cleared with some beautiful rain.

Traditionally, in the rain dance of the Native American Zuni tribe, feathers and turquoise, or other blue items, are worn during the ceremony to symbolize wind and rain respectively. So if you feel called to it, wear something blue in honour of the element of water which brings and sustains life.

No experience required, just come as you are.
Call Anita (076) 826 8469 for more details.

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