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February 23, 2024
Friday, 7-9:45

Hancock Rec Center
811 E. 41st Street
All are welcome!!!

$5 at the door - 18 and older.
17 and younger free.
Children must be supervised.
New dancers free for their first 4 visits to AIFD.

This Friday, February 23, 7-9:45, at AIFD:

This week's program:
Lisa Horn DielmanDonna BakerEnjoy a lively evening of folk dancing DJ'd by Lisa Horn Dielman. Lisa will be assisted by Donna Baker.

Rebecca HampleTeaching: This week Rebecca Hample will review Hai Ne Ne Ne that Emily Doubt taught last week. Emily will be out of town, and sends her "grapiest" wishes. By request, there will also be a Shimmy by Lisa lesson. If we have time, Rebecca will teach another dance. Join us to see what it will be!

Michael Martin Baker
Michael_Martin_BakerThose who danced with AIFD in the 1990s may remember Leslie Robson Gompf and Bob Gompf. It is with great sadness that we annouce the passing of Leslie's oldest son, Michael Martin Baker. A nice tribute to Michael is included in the announcement of a gathering of family & friends for Michael on Saturday, February 24, 2024 beginning at 1:00 PM at Cook Walden Funeral Home, 6100 N. Lamar Blvd, Texas 78752, followed by a celebration of life gathering at 2:00 PM.
SAFDF 2024:
Registration is open!!!
San Antonio Folk Dance FestivalMarch 22-24: San Antonio Folklife and Dance Festival! This year's teachers: Andy Taylor-Blenis (international), Miroslav "Bata" Marcetic (Serbian), Zeljko Jergan (Croatian). Live music from Shirley Johnson and Slavadillo.
Important dates:
Single, full time registration:
$150 prior to March 8.
$200 on March 8th or later.

Complete details at

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Link of the week:
SAINT PATRICK'S AN DRO Celtic Circle Line Dance.

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