January 4, 2019
|This Friday at dancing:|
All Request Night
|Enjoy a lively evening of folk dancing this Friday DJ'd by Madeline Brock. This will be an ALL REQUEST evening, so come with the dances you've been longing to do.|
Friday, January 4, 7-9:45 pm. |
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.
Jan 11 - Feb 1:|
**Four Week Cajun and Zydeco Class**
Starting January 11 through February 1, at 7:00 to 8:00 pm, Franklin Houston and Lisa Horn-Dielman will teach the Cajun and Zydeco dances that were taught at Texas Camp by Michael Seider!! This will be a great time to learn and enjoy these dances if you didn’t attend Texas Camp! More details to come!
Friday, January 18:|
January Birthdays and Anniversaries!!
Do you or a fellow dancer have a birthday or anniversary in January? Come to folk dancing to celebrate with song, dance, and cake!
Link of the week:
The Seventh January Jig, Hörbergsgården.
Other dance links
AIFD:(Contact & Board page)
|2nd and 4th Wednesdays, 7:30 - 9:45 pm, Free:|
Check the Scandi website for schedule details.
|Mondays, 7-9:45, HRC, backroom, free.|
No partner necessary, we rotate often.
|Wednesdays, 7:30-10pm, Hancock Rec Center. |
Enjoy this American dance form. All dances taught and called. Music provided by LOCO (Local On-Call Orchestra) - an open band, where anyone is welcome to come and play. Contact Dale Rempert at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit austinbarndancers.org for more information.
Upcoming "Other Dance" features
A list of non-AIFD events you may be interested in:
Wednesday, January 9th & 23rd: 2nd & 4th Wednesday Scandi Jam!!|
7:30 - 9:45 pm, Hancock Recreation Center Back Room. Free.
January 9th: Dance Party with live music by AIO plus hardingfele music by Mira Dickey.
January 23rd: All instruments and dancers welcome.
William Blake, 1757 - 1827
O Winter! bar thine adamantine doors:
The north is thine; there hast thou built thy dark
Deep-founded habitation. Shake not thy roofs
Nor bend thy pillars with thine iron car.
He hears me not, but o’er the yawning deep
Rides heavy; his storms are unchain’d, sheathed
In ribbed steel; I dare not lift mine eyes;
For he hath rear’d his scepter o’er the world.
Lo! now the direful monster, whose skin clings
To his strong bones, strides o’er the groaning rocks:
He withers all in silence, and in his hand
Unclothes the earth, and freezes up frail life.
He takes his seat upon the cliffs, the mariner
Cries in vain. Poor little wretch! that deal’st
With storms; till heaven smiles, and the monster
Is driven yelling to his caves beneath Mount Hecla.