Featuring - A Phenomenal Queen of African Dance and Yoruba Folklore!
Sister Makeda Kemit
Are you ready to DANCE?? Wait no more!
Put on your lappas and come and join us for an exciting six-week West African Dance series with
Sister Makeda Kemit of West African Dance & Drum, Yoruba Folklore Performing Arts Group.
These energetic classes will highlight traditional West African dance and drum, with an emphasis placed on West African history, culture, dance and song. Come enjoy the live drumming orchestra from various West African countries that will have you attuned and dancing joyously on the dance floor!
Children and Adults of all ages and levels are welcome.
Limited space is available!
Registration is strongly recommended!
Class Schedule: 3:30 PM - 4:45 PM
Saturday, Oct 14
Sunday, Oct 29
Saturday, Nov 4
Saturday, Nov 11
Sunday, Nov 19
Sunday, Dec 3
Class prices: Registered/ Non-Registered
Package 6 classes: $72 R / $78 NR
Package 5 classes: $65 R / $70 NR
Package 4 classes: $56 R / $60 NR
Package 3 classes: $45 R / $48 NR
Single classes: $16 R / $17 NR
*We encourage you to bring exact change. All credit card charges are subject to a $3 or 2.75% surcharge fee.
To preregister and for further information, please
contact: @ firstname.lastname@example.org
About Makeda Kemit:
Sister Makeda Kemit of EgunOmode (children of the ancestors), was founded by Baye and Makeda Kemit, and is Trenton, NJ’s own West African dance & drum, Yoruba folklore performing arts group. The company is comprised of teachers and students of The Garvey School/EgunOmodeShule, an African-centered independent school in Trenton and professional artists from Guinea, West Africa and others from the greater NJ area. As African-centered educators, musicians and life-long students of African culture, EgunOmode brings the authenticity and excitement of West African culture and tradition to the stage. This phenomal Queen has written several play productions: Awo, Telling of the Trees, The Cowtail Switch, Look For Me in the Whirlwind, 5 Pumpkin Seeds and The Journey.
Please visit their website, http://www.egunomode.org/, and http://www.thegarveyschool.org/ for more information and learn how you can support them throughout the year!