We are so excited about this African Drumming and Dancing performance at the Bankhead theater that we just had to share! It is so delightful to see remarkable African cultural programs as this one come to the Tri-Valley that we don't want you to miss it! Purchase your discounted tickets ($10 off) to see the Royal Drummers and Dancers of Burundi on November 14th at 7:30pm and come check out what African Drumming and Dancing are all about. Please forward to your family and friends as well and help spread the word. Also, be on the lookout for information about a weekly community African drum and dance circle, courtesy of Cheza Nami coming to the Livermore Bothwell arts center in just a few weeks!!
Date: November 14th, 2012
Time: 7:30 pm
Place: Bankhead Theater Livermore
2400 First Street, Livermore, CA 94550
$10 off all remaining seats with the PASSWORD drummer
For more information about the Royal Drummers and Dancers of Burundi event, visit the Bankhead theater website or see the flyer below
Photo by Reece McMillan
Saturday mornings 10-10:30 am
6 Saturdays, October 6 - November 8
Simply the most enjoyable music class for both kids AND parents this side of the Indian Ocean. Instructor Catherine Ndungu-Case of the Kikuyu tribe started her non-profit Cheza Nami to teach her twins the songs and dances of her native Kenya. She now teaches around the Bay Area, including Habitot in Berkeley, where some HackerMoms discovered her. You and your kids will enjoy 30 intense minutes of songs, games, music, drum circles and African-themed stories in a highly energetic and rhythm-centric class at HackerMoms. It's also a dance workout for parents, so wear comfortable clothes. For kids 0-5 and their caregivers.
$12 drop-in class or $10 per class when you buy a 6-class series for $60.
Location: 3288 Adeline Street, Berkeley 94703