Rakhi Celebration: Saturday, August 9th: 2:00-5:00
A family day of Indian cultural activities celebrating brother-sister like protective relationships.
Henna Tattoos (2:00-3:30)
Rakhi Thread Bracelet making and giving, Kids Crafts, mango lassis and more! (2:00-3:30)
Natyarpana Dance Performance & Workshop (3:30-5:00)
Children will love receiving their henna tattoo from artist Poonam Rao, watching a performance and participating in a workshop from Natyarpana Dance Co. along with other fun craft workshops. Rakhi threads and beads will also be available to make and honor your loving brother-sister relationships. The festival is observed by Hindus, Jains, and many Sikhs and primarily observed in India, Mauritius and parts of Nepal. Co-sponsored with the University of WI-Madison's Center for South Asia.
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Saturday August 9th, 5:30 jam, 6:30 potluck, dancing follows
With The Lakeview Ramblers, caller Steve Pike and Farm Sponsor: Cates Family Farm
Folklore Village's barn dances this season will highlight a local, sponsoring farm and be called "Healthy Hoe-Downs." We think connecting our local, sustainable farms with our barn dances brings back a basic partnership that once thrived in rural communities. Go here to learn more!
Village Harmony Teen Choir Workshop & Concert with leaders Emily Miller, Mollie Stone and Gideon Crevoshay
Details about this two part event here at our Calendar Page
Bryan Bowers, Autoharp Master In Concert: August 30th
Reserve your tickets now! $15 general admission
7:00 doors, 7:30 concert
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