Thursday, December 18, 2008
January is Jumping at the Weaver Library!
Learn to Belly Dance in 2009!
Wednesdays, January 7, 14, and 21st 6 - 8PM
Do you need a fun new exercise for the New Year? The Weaver Library invites you to learn to belly dance in three free classes! Beginning on Wednesday, January 7th at 6PM, dancers of all abilities will work with Yelena and her Goddess Delight Belly Dance Troupe. Yelena, who seeks to express the joy and beauty of life through the expression of dance, encourages her students with a warm and relaxed teaching style. Women of all ages and sizes are welcome in Yelena’s classes which are a unique fusion of many belly dance styles. Yelena’s belief is that everyone can dance, and her attitude is truly uplifting. Begin the New Year with confidence. Learn to dance! These classes are free and open to ages 17 and older, but registration is limited. Sign up now by contacting the library at 434-2453 or Adult Services Librarian Joyce May at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Abraham Lincoln and the Rhode Island Soldier
Monday, January 12, 2009 7PM
Join author and Civil War historian Robert Grandchamp as we honor the bicentennial of the birth of President Abraham Lincoln. This lecture will be a diverse, in-depth study into Lincoln's complicated relationship with the states and the soldiers who did his bidding. Hear the words of the brave men from Rhode Island who fought and died to save the Union. Artifacts from the period will also be on display. Questions? Contact Adult Services Librarian Joyce May at email@example.com or 434-2453. This program is free and open to all.
Yelena and Goddess Delight Belly Dance Performance
Monday, January 26, 2009 7PM
The Goddess Delight Belly Dance Troupe has been performing together for the past two years. It is the realization of the vision of Yelena, who wanted to express the joy and beauty of life through the expression of dance. The troupe has brought together five women from diverse backgrounds to bring that vision to life with a blend and fusion of many belly dance styles. Yelena, Galina, Evangeline, Zandra (Sandi) and Pecholka (Deb) have appeared at a number of events and locations including Efendi's, the Trudeau Center Variety Show, Fred's 13th Annual Car Show, and the East Providence Heritage Days Festival. Don’t miss this exciting performance! Questions? Contact Adult Services Librarian Joyce May at firstname.lastname@example.org or 434-2453. This program is free and open to all.
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