August 4, 2017
|This Friday at dancing:|
Sharon DJ's, Kathleen assists.
Enjoy a lively evening of folk dancing this Friday, Our DJ will be Sharon Casteel. Sharon will be assisted by Kathleen McDonagh.|
|Teaching: Arrive at 7 for some great teaching by our DJ this week, Sharon Casteel. Sharon will review Ahavat Hadassah and teach Çobankat.
Friday, August 4, 7-9:45 pm.|
The admission fee is $5 for those 18 and older.
There is no fee for those under 18,
but they must be supervised by a designated person 18 or older.
Hancock Rec Center (HRC)
AIFD is organized exclusively for educational purposes, including the promotion and teaching of traditional folk dance, music and crafts native to a variety of countries.
Friday, August 11: August Birthdays And Anniversaries.
Do you have a birthday or anniversary in August, or know a fellow folk dancer who does? Come to folk dancing to celebrate with song, dance, and cake!
Picture from last Friday:|
Madeline Brock and Jeff Kessel enjoy their evening at folk dancing as the Programmer and Assistant Programmer.
(Click on picture for full size image.)
Link of the week:
Other dance links
AIFD:(Contact & Board page)
|Most Wednesdays, 7:30 - 9:45 pm, Free:|
Check the Scandi website for schedule details.
|We will not be meeting during the summer. We will resume in the fall. Keep an eye out.|
|Mondays, 7-9:45, HRC, backroom, free.|
No partner necessary, we rotate often.
Çobankat moj që shkojnë|
Zallit moj çobankat ë.
Shkojnë e tjerrin për djemteë
Malit moj çobankat ë.
O, liri, liri për djemtë e malit ë.
Djemtë moj me yllë të kuq mes ballit ë.
O, moj çobankat ë.
O, moj të mirat ë.
/ Tirr motër moj të tjerrim
tu bëjmë rroba trimave. /
Tirre trashë o mos e tirr.
Hollë moj mos e tirr moj.
Për trimat që flejnë dë
Borë, o moj në dëbor.
Oh, my shepherdesses who walk|
On stony paths, oh, my shepherdesses.
Go and spin (wool) for the boys
In the mountains (freedom fighers), oh my shepherdesses.
Oh, freedom, freedom for the boys in the mountains.
Boys with a red star on their foreheads.
Oh, you shepherdesses.
Oh, you good ones.
/ Spin, my sister, spin now
To make clothes for the heroes. /
Spin it thick, not thin.
Do not spin it thin.
For the heroes who sleep
In the snow, oh, the snow.