When you complete the workshop, you will have the opportunity to perform your solo at our 19th Anniversary Celebration on Sunday, September 11, 2016.
Dates: August 15, 22, 29 & September 6, 2016
Location: Puerto Rican Cultural Center
701 Tillery Street, Austin TX 78702
Save 25% today! Advance registration is only $45 (regular price $60). Register online today: http://www.prfdance.org/bomba-solo-workshop
SPACE IS LIMITED!
Workshop will be presented by Tekina-eiru Maynard, PRFDance Director & Choreographer.
FREE EVENT/ DONATIONS WELCOME. Stay tune this fall for announcements more details on how we will celebrate our birthday! For sure it will have a .... BORICUA PRIDE CONTEST!! How many flags are in your closet? Wear them all! The best Boricua outfit will win a prize! Performances by our PRFDance performing company and students, and other surprises.
This celebration will take place at the Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance & Cultural Center, 701 Tillery Street, Austin 78702. Our entrance is in the back, just steps away from the free parking lot. PRFD's season of cultural outreach is sponsored in part with funding and support through the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.
Catch it! Like Roberto Clemente Did! Roberto Clemente was -- The Great One -- one of the greatest Puerto Rican baseball players of all time! Enjoy a showing of Roberto Clemente Memorabilia! Edwin Baez, "die hard" Clemente fan and avid collector of baseball cards, will show his collection and teach you how to start collecting cards in any sport. Come collect trading cards. Follow the career of your favorite sports star!!
Bring the kids! There will be surprises -- and door prizes every hour! More information this fall.
Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance's community cultural outreach is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.
This year we share the story of the Boricua Migration to Hawaii in 1900. This play will honor the brave men, women and children who went in search of a better life after Hurricane San Ciriaco devastated our Island in 1899. Original script by Tekina-eiru Maynard. Thank you to those who shared oral history including: Jesus Reyes (Juncos), Marian Montalbo and Kathy Marzan Montalbo (Hawai'i), and Clifford Pagan (Maui). More details this Fall!
** DO YOU LIKE ACTING OR WHAT TO LEARN? **
Community Theatre - Begins Wednesday, September 14, 6-9pm. Limited roles. Advance registration required! Contact us to register.
CALL FOR AUDITIONS, Professional Actors:
Students: No audition required, advance registration needed.
CONTACT us if you would like to help organize this year's event!
PRFD's season of cultural outreach is sponsored in part with funding and support through the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department. More information later this season.
FREE coffee! Please bring a dessert!! Cafe Gratis! Por favor traiga un postre !! Come relive your childhood! Or create new memories! Oh yeah...don't forget to bring the kids!
This event will take place at the Puerto Rican Cultural Center, 701 Tillery Street 78702. Entrance is in back of building. This season's educational outreach is sponsored in part by the City of Austin Cultural Arts Division and the Texas Commission on the Arts.
Celebrando 2016 - Salsa & Heritage Festival
Asian American Resource Center
8401 Cameron Rd, Austin, TX 78754
June 11, 2016 - Doors open at 6:30pm (Show @ 7pm)
SHARE THE FLYER!
Celebrate Puerto Rico's rich traditions with performances by Bomba & Plena folklore masters Tito Matos and Tata Cepeda direct from Puerto Rico, IsaÃhacon, Flamenco Guitarist & Music Director of A'lante Flamenco, and Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance. This elegant, semi-formal event features Salsa dancing with Orquesta Trabuko, handcraft artisans and comida Criolla for sale by Chago's Caribbean Cuisine.
TABLE SEATING IS LIMITED -- first-come, first-served.
Adult tickets: $15.00 in advance ($20.00 day of the show).
Child tickets(ages 3-12) are $5.00. Children 2 & under are FREE.
The Celebrando 2016 heritage & festival project is made possible in through funding and support by the Texas Commission on the Arts, the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department, Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities, and the National Endowment for the Arts! JOIN THESE IMPRESSIVE SPONSORS!!
LAST CALL FOR ARTISANS:
Artisans of handcraft, painted or sculpted arts & crafts, here is the application to register for a vendor opportunity at our upcoming festival: ARTISAN APPLICATION
ACCEPTING STUDENTS UNTIL MAY 2
Come learn mountain dances of Puerto Rico in this special workshop! Features basics of Jibaro dance, and a special dance, Seis de los Palitos.
Workshop begins Monday, April 25, 6-7pm and runs for 8 classes (Mondays). Workshop will be presented by Tekina-eiru Maynard, PRFD Director & Choreograher.
Participants that complete the workshop will perform with our performing company to live music -- featuring cuatro and guitar -- at the exciting Celebrando 2016 - Salsa & Heritage Festival, June 11 at the Asian American Resource Center!
SPACE IS LIMITED!! REGISTER VIA PAYPAL: email@example.com
* Cost - $15 per class (8 classes, includes performance)
* ADVANCE REGISTER by April 22 & enjoy a 25% DISCOUNT - $11/class
PRE-REGISTER & SAVE 30% - Now only $35 through Saturday. (Workshop returns to normal price - $50 on day of event.) Space is limited. Register today: https://prfdance.mykajabi.com/store/hMiZxDQW
Afterwards, join our company at the Picnic & Plenazo in the Park!
Picnic Invite on Facebook!
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Tekina-eiru (Ana) Maynard, PRFD Director at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Celebrando 2016 heritage project is made possible in part through funding and support by the Texas Commission on the Arts, the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department, and Humanities Texas, the state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities!
Bring your lawn chairs, picnic lunch, and water.
We're having a Picnic & Plenazo under the PECAN TREES
of our own PUERTO RICAN CULTURAL CENTER.
WITH TITO MATOS & TATA CEPEDA direct from Puerto Rico!
Bring your instruments and get ready to sing and dance!
What's a Boricua picnic without plena & bomba?
FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC!!
Keep up with the excitement on Facebook!
Puerto Ricans are joyful people because our holidays last a LONG TIME! Los Reyes Magos (The Three Kings) are coming to Austin to celebrate Octavitas with us! Come sing aguinaldos one last time and enjoy PRFDance performances! Bring the kids, the Reyes always bring gifts!
Los Reyes will be giving a Texas Boricua Community Award to someone who is making a significant contribution in the Texas Boricua community. Who is it this year? It's a SECRET!
Our Octavitas celebration will take place on Sunday, January 24, 2016, 2-5pm, at our Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance & Cultural Center, 701 Tillery Street, in Austin, Texas 78702. Entrance is in the back of the building, steps away from free parking. Here are directions. Puerto Rican Folkloric Dance's community cultural outreach is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department.