On Thursday, November 21, 2019, from 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. in the Walsh Library Beck Rooms, the Slavic Club will be hosting its 9th Annual Dancing Bonanza, in response to a huge demand from our Club members and SHU community.
During this event all its participants will be taught Ukrainian folk-dance steps by Taissa Hamulak and Mark Andrew Kuziw. Also, Professor Liliya Brammer will teach some Russian dances.
This event will introduce Slavic Club members, guests, and members of SHU community to the multicultural diversity on our campus. We have conducted similar sessions for the past nine years, and each was a huge success.
Come relax and have a blast while sampling Slavic food and learning a variety of Slavic dance steps and experiencing multicultural diversity at Seton Hall University!
The event is free! Everyone is welcome! Slavic food will be served!
Categories: Arts and Culture