AIFD Newsletter
June 30, 2012
This week at dancing

Iola Misi
This week Iola Hallock will program, assisted by Misi Tsurikov.
John_John Franklin
John Ramage will lead walkthroughs. At 8:30 Franklin Houston will review Floricica Olteanesca, which Genevieve Kent taught last week.

7:30-10:45 pm,
$5 at the door 17 years or older (free if 16 or under)
Hancock Rec Center (HRC)
Be the Tipping Point

Learn the names of two new dances.

Read more on how to "Be the Tipping Point"

Red, White, and Blueberries
Get ready for an ice cream social - AIFD style - Saturday, July 7th

Come enjoy a fun evening of Americana on July 7th. We'll have a great program, fun teaching, and, yes, ice cream. Please arrive at 7:15 to help put up decorations. Also, bring your favorite toppings, like blueberries. Oh yeah, AIFD will also provide watermelon and a non-dairy ice cream alternative.
Interested in performing?
DAC performance, July 26th
Other dance links and events
See our complete list
Pictures from AIFD's 50th Anniversary Celebration
Texas International Folk Dancers
Village International Dancing1st & 3rd Friday, HRC
Austin Scandinavian Dancing Each Wed and 2nd Fri, HRC
5th Friday Multicultural Dance at HRC. Next event: Friday, June 29.
Csardas Hungarian Dancers
Contradance and English Country Dancing
Austin Friends of Traditional Music

This week's "other dance" feature:
multiculti Fifth Friday Multi Culti Couple Dancing
Come enjoy a great evening of Hungarian, Scandinavian and Swing dancing this coming Friday, June 29th, at the Fifth Friday Multi Culti Couple dance. No partner required. HRC back room, 7-9:45 pm.
And speaking of Texas heat, here are the words for Mayim
Ushavtem mayim b'sason
mimainei hayeshua .
Ushavtem mayim b'sason
mimainei hayeshua

Mayim - Mayim - Mayim - Mayim
Hey, mayim b'sason
Joyfully shall you draw water
From the fountains of triumph
Joyfully shall you draw water
From the fountains of triumph

Water - water - water - water
Hey, water in joy
dance circle
Link of the week
And just in case you forgot how the dance goes: Mayim
(as demonstrated by a class of 7th graders)
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