Well-loved instructor returns
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Pape Ba performance at the Abene Festival in 2012.
Pape Ba performance at the Abene Festival in 2012.
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BRATTLEBORO- African Dance Vermont is thrilled to welcome back a well-loved and respected dance teacher, Pape Ba, originally from Senegal. Because Ba will be teaching an African dance course at Marlboro College this semester, he is in the area to teach a dance class for the community every Wednesday evening. There will be a class on Wednesday, January 25, from 7 to 8:30 pm at 118 Elliot. The cost is on a sliding scale of $12 to $15.

Take note that on Wednesdays, February 15 and 22, Pape Ba will teach dance from 7 to 8:30 at Sobo Studio, 74 Cotton Mill Hill, third floor. The drum class will not happen on those two evenings.

For more information visit africandancevt.com and African Dance Vermont on Facebook or email africandancevt@gmail.com.
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