For more information, including important links,check out this week’s AIFD newsletter.
For more information, including links to upcoming events, AIFD Newsletter.
This is for 2 reasons: First – common sense. Second – HRC is also closed for the foreseeable future.
During this time the newsletter will still be distributed every Wednesday. The newsletter will include updates from the board and other relevant information.
This will also be a great opportunity to publish any content you would like to share. So if you have poems, stories, recipes, pictures, please email them to the AIFD newsletter_editor. If this link doesn’t work, try this one instead.
If you have a video file to share, let us know and we can help you load it onto the AIFD Youtube page. We can also help load pictures to the AIFD photo album. We can then include corresponding links in the newsletter.
For complete details and other other important stuff, check out this week’s AIFD Newsletter.
No dancing at HRC this Friday, March 13.
Hope to see you at the San Antonio Folk Dance Festival.
We’ll be back at HRC Next Week!
|This Friday at dancing:
Sharon DJs, Janie assists.
March Birthdays and Anniversaries.
|Enjoy a lively evening of dancing DJ’d by Sharon Casteel. Sharon will be assisted by Janie Hopkins. Do you or a fellow dancer have a birthday or anniversary in March? Come to folk dancing to celebrate with song, dance, and cake!|
|Contra: Our Contra this week will be called by Nana Lopez.|
|For more information and loads of other fun stuff, check out this week’s newsletter.|
Friday, March 6 7-9:45 pm.
Admission fee is $5 for those 18 and older.
There is no fee for those under 18,
but they must be supervised by a designated person 18 or older.
Hancock Recreation Center (HRC)
During these difficult times, AIFD is maintaining a list of fund raising efforts for people in our folk dance community affected by the Coronavirus.
The list includes fund raising efforts for specific needs (such as Petur Iliev’s house burning down) to more general efforts (such as donations to food banks).
If you know of a fund raising effort that you would like AIFD to add to this list, please forward the link to Quarantine_help@aifd.cc.
This list will be available through the AIFD weekly newsletter, aifd.cc, and via our FB pages.
Email us at email@example.com with details about what, when, and how (medium). and we can list it in the AIFD newsletter, on aifd.cc, and on Facebook.
If your event is stepping on other events in such a way that can impact attendance, we can help coordinate scheduling.
Unfortunately, at this point, we cannot assist with technicalities, such as providing a Zoom account, but there are plenty of resources out there to help you with this.
What’s the difference?
– The AIFD Facebook page is visible to the world but can only be updated by owners and editors.
– The AIFD Facebook Group page is private. Any member can post content. That content will be available to anyone in the group. Admins approve requests to join .. mainly to keep out scammers and spammers.
Would you like to contribute content to the AIFD newsletter while we are not meeting during the Coronavirus outbreak?
Feel free to send pictures, links, or text to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, we would like to credit whoever provides content, so please also send your name and a picture (or a link to a picture) that can be cropped accordingly.