Frankie 100 Harlem: Harlem's Historic Dance Legacy and its Descendants!



Event Details

Date(s) & Time(s)::

May 24, 2014 at 12:00 PM until 2:00 PM

Location: Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Community Center, 34 West 134th Street (enter on 135th Street, Lenox Terrace Pl. ); between Lenox and Fifth Avenues, New York, NY 10037

Phone: 347-709-7022



Event Description

Celebrate Culture ...Celebrate YOU! Harlem's dance roots go back to Africa but have a world impact
with Lindy Hop and Swing Dance, and Harlem's dance descendants from Philli Bop, Mozambique, DC
Hand Dancers and others will be in town for Frankie 100. They are Keepers of the Legacy, and want
to help The Harlem Swing Dance Society (THSDS) to assist Harlemites to preserve and keep this rich
culture alive in their community. Join us for a panel discussion film clips, dance demos and more:
African American dance styles explored with your Dance Cousins!
For updates and further info please contact THSDS at our Hotline: 347 - 709 - 7022.
Our email You can also check the website, Blog (Remembering Harlem's Savoy Ballroom) or our Facebook page.
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