African Dance Classes and More (Free) at the 4th Annual African American Expo - Harlem, NY USA - This week
I'm also adding this information to the blog. I don't want you to miss out! How have you been? Have you taken any African Dance Classes in Harlem? Well you can at the 4th Annual African American Expo, most of the teachers mentioned in the first blog are teaching there as well as a few others. And the entire event is FREE!
African Dance Classes and More at the 4th Annual African American Expo - Harlem, NY USA - Free Event
How have you been? Have you taken any African Dance Classes in Harlem? Well you can at the 4th Annual African American Expo, most of the teachers mentioned in the first blog are teaching there as well as a few others. And the entire event is FREE!
Tuesday, March 16th from 9:00 - 11:00 am @ the Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. State Office Building, 163 West 125th Street, 2nd Floor Art Gallery
Topics for discussion: Community action plan, Role of a partner, Mission and vision . Refreshments will be served.
Should I put the African dance blog under Fitness or Spirit & Mind? That was the question. African dance does have healing effects. African dance is sacred, ancient, should be respected and has positive spiritual, mental and physical effects. As promised we are going to touch on drum breaks and soloing at this time.
The Friends of Harlem Hospital Center and the Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation present:
A Dance for Our Seniors in Honor of Dr. Muriel Petioni
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2010 - 2pm to 4pm
Harlem Hospital Center
506 Lenox Avenue at 135th Street
Your commitment to raising funds and awareness in the fight against women's cancers begins the day you register for the EIF REVLON Run/Walk For Women. Take the first step and register online or print out the registration form and mail it in.
Free/By Donation Yoga Classes!
When: Monday evenings from 6:30PM to 7:45PM
Location: Thurgood Marshall Academy at 200 West 135th Street (at 7th Avenue).
Mats are provided and no sign-up is required.
This Get Healthy Harlem website besides health information also wants the visitor to know where he can find free fitness activities in Harlem. In the last blog we suggested you visit www.africandanceschedule.com to see all the free African dance classes going on in Harlem.
Please join us to take a stand against obesity in NYC. Community teams will pledge and rasie funds for fitness programs and revitalize community walking routes. For registration and sponorship infomration contact Debbie Quinones at email@example.com
March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month!
We at The City College of New York want to inform the Harlem Community about the seriousness of colon cancer, but more importantly, how to prevent the malady by undergoing a colonic screening at the appropriate age with a board certified gastroenterologist. March In March (MiM) is a 3K race/walk in and around both The City College of New York and the immediate Harlem community. Monies raised from March In March (MiM) are directed to the American Cancer Society for colon cancer prevention and awareness.