Summer of Friday night
Folk Dancing 2018!
FRIDAY: 7:30-9:30 p.m.
June 29, July 6, 13, 20, August 24, 31: Jim Gold
July 27, August 3, 10: Michael & Cindy Rosenbaum
August 17: TBA
Fun! Excitement! Exhilaration! Growth! Expansion!
Friendly people! No partners needed!
Beautiful folk music to fill your ears and fire your soles!
Learn to soar, while others merely waddle!
Folk dancing strengthens body, mind, and spirit! Tensions vanish as you dance dances from Greece, Turkey, Bulgaria, Israel, Hungary, Serbia, Slovakia, Croatia, Russia, Romania, United States, and more. Dr. Arany Janos says: “Folk dance promotes fun cell growth. The high Fun Quotient (FQ) releases endorphins, which increase happiness and create longevity!”
Join us! Start your fun high today!
Goldens Bridge Red Barn, Goldens Bridge, NY:
Driving directions: NYS Thruway to Cross Westchester Express (287). Passing White Plains, take exit Route 684/Brewster. North to exit 6A (Golden’s Bridge). Make left at exit ramp, look for sign to Route 138. Right at sign. Drive about 1/4 mile. Right at light onto Route 138. Go a few hundred yards, then right at Pond Road (dirt road). Take first left onto Hall Avenue. Halfway up hill see Red Barn on your left. Exit vehicle, enter barn, warm up. . . and start dancing!
Who is Jim Gold?
Folk dance teacher, classical guitarist, folk singer, and author, Jim brings a love of people, music, languages, humor, and adventure to his dance classes, making them a joy for all ages. As president of Jim Gold International, he leads international tours to exotic destinations.
Schedule of folk dance classes: https://www.jimgold.com/folk-dancing/
For further information contact Jim Gold, 497 Cumberland Avenue, Teaneck, NJ 07666 Phone (201) 836-0362, web site: www.jimgold.com E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Jim’s Mad Shoe Folk Dance Tours: 2018
5-Country Balkan Adventure!
July 29-August 12. Led by Jim Gold and Lee Otterholt
Macedonia, Bulgaria, Serbia, Albania, and Greece!
October, 2018. Led by Jim Gold and Lee Friedman
Malaga, Cadiz, Seville, Cordoba, Jaen, Granada