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Press Release from 15 Nov - see NewsBlog

14 different dance forms on Sunday 9th Oct 2016 - that was so much Hebden Bridge...

Please send us your fedback (as comment below or by e-mail): what you experienced - and what we could make better next year.
Actually: your feedback / input / support may determine whether we do it again or not.

We'd appreciate if some of you become a Dance Festival member for £10,- per year. to give us a base for the future. Our Constitution: goo.gl/lENrcm

Colour Print Programme is here: goo.gl/7v3VvF  (4 pages)
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1st Hebden Bridge Dance Festival for Charity Sunday October 9th 2016

Dance Festival Management Committee:
Terry, Sophia & Ralph

The proceeds of this dance festival will be donated to Khalsa Aid http://www.khalsaaid.org/
This festival is run and organised by volunteers.

YOU can support this 1st dance festival:

  • You could become a HB Dance Festival Member for £10 / year to strengthen the base 
    of this Dance Festival. This would help and encourage us to establish this festival.
    See our Constitution: goo.gl/lENrcm
  • post news and information on Facebook & follow us on Twitter: @hbdancef
We envisage, that in the future this yearly dance festival in Hebden Bridge will develop into a whole weekend event in October.
Contact Ralph on 07909 488272 or Sophia on 01422 843000
email us on HBdanceF@gmail.com if you're happy to get involved.

Flash Mob for the Hebden Bridge Dance Festival

On Sunday 2nd October 2016 2pm a flash mob in Hebden Bridge on St. George Square
promoted the 1st "Hebden Bridge Dance Festival" {next Sunday October 9th)

Our VISION for the Hebden Bridge Dance Festival in October...
See NEWS Blog & Programme (links above) for more

"We Came To Dance"

2 minute video about why we are here - and the importance to dance.
"We began with rhythm. From the beating of our mother’s heart to the first kick in our mother’s womb. We were born to move.
‘We Came To Dance’ combines this rhythm that we all share, with the rhythm of music, dance and an epic piece of spoken word" [produced by New York based Tasha Blank]