dancersPrinceton NJ Folk Dance


Join us for international folk dancing on Tuesdays and Fridays.
Beginners are welcome!   Old pros are venerated!


   
 
Alturas (Bolivian) .... Belasicko Oro (Macedonian) .... Bicak (Bulgarian) .... Çobankat (Albanian) .... Cetvorka (Macedonian) .... Dana (Romanian) .... De ‘a Lungul (Romanian) …. Dedo Mili Dedo (Macedonian) .... Ekizlijsko Horo (Bulgarian) .... Five Figure Cacak (Serbian) .... Garoon (Armenian) .... Ha'eer Beafor (Israeli) .... Hambo (Swedish) .... Hashachar (Israeli) .... Horehronsky Czardas (Slovak) .... Isu Byala Nedo (Bulgarian) .... Jove Male Mome (Macedonian) .... Kalenin Dibinde (Turkish) .... Kamisica (Bulgarian) .... Kujawiak Nebieski (Polish) .... Liya (Israeli) .... Maple Leaf Rag (American) .... Nola (American) .... Oy Memo (Assyrian) .... Pajdusko (Bulgarian .... Russian Two-step (Russian) .... Sa (Roma) .... Syrto (Greek) .... Tarina de la Abrud (Romanian .... Tsamikos (Greek) .... U Sest (Serbian) .... Valle Nuseve Nga Korçe (Albanian) .... Veliko Kolo (Croatian) .... Ya Da Kalinushko Lomala (Russian) .... Zaroura (Syrian) ....

 

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We dance to soulful music from many ethnic groups and countries including Albania, Armenia, Bulgaria, Croatia, Greece, Hungary, Israel, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, and Turkey.

Most evenings begin with an hour of teaching. Most of our folk dances are line dances, so you don't need a partner. Wear comfortable clothing and flat, soft-soled shoes or sneakers.

Folk dancing includes many easy village dances, as well as complex dances that are energizing to do or to watch. Folk dancing provides relaxation, mild exercise, a friendly atmosphere, and air conditioning. So why don't you break away from the TV set and come have some fun?

Flash Mob at Albert Hinds Plaza
in Honor of International Dance Day

Alphabetic Listing of Friday Dance Videos Before 2017

Friday Videos For 2017

Tuesday Videos For 2014

 
 

Tuesday Night Folk Dancing

Schedule:

Tuesday Nights, Year Round from 7:30 - 9:30 PM

Where:

YWCA All Purpose Room
59 Paul Robeson Place (at intersection with Rte. 206)
Princeton, NJ

Directions:

From New York City, cross the Hudson River, and take I-95 South to Rt 1 South to Princeton.

From Philadelphia, take I-95 North, to I-295 South to Exit 67 to Rt 1 North to Princeton.

Directions and map for drivers to the YWCA

Using Public Transportation

Donation:

$5 per family     First time is free

Information:

Email -    tuesdaynightfolkdance@gmail.com
             
Phone -   (732) 230-3755 OR (609) 912-1272   

 

Friday Night Folk Dancing

When:

Friday Nights, year-round.
Teaching from 8:00 - 9:00 pm
Request Dancing from 9:00 - 11:00 pm

Where:

Suzanne Patterson Center
1 Monument Drive,
Princeton, NJ

Directions:

From New York City, cross the Hudson River, and take I-95 South to Rt 1 South to Princeton.

From Philadelphia, take I-95 North, to I-295 South to Exit 67 to Rt 1 North to Princeton.

Directions and map to Suzanne Patterson Center, Princeton

Using Public Transportation

Donation:

$5 except first Friday of the month which is free or except for special events which are $10    
Newcomers: First four times are free except for special events
Students $2.50 First four times are free except for special events

Information:

Email - Friday@PrincetonFolkDance.org
Phone - (609) 912-1272

 

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