Greek Folk Dance
To all the dancers and parents, I have missed you. I missed the practice, the laughs, the socializing and the interaction. I hope all of you are well, healthy and safe and I am praying this pandemic will be behind us soon. Previous years at this time we were prepping up to start our dance practices but not this year. I had a long discussion with Fr. Nicholas and the decision is that we will not start dance practice in September as normal. In January we will reassess the situation and see what the next move will be. I am sure all of you cannot wait to see your friends and teammates and your church family. Be patient. Safety and health come first and then we can resume our practices again. Until then I wish and pray that all of you and your families stay healthy.
Our troupes are invited to perform throughout the year in various events such as schools, museums, nursing homes, private social events and festivals of neighboring communities. The instructors are invited often to demonstrate and instruct for schools and other social groups.
6:15 – 7:15 for Alpha (1st through 3rd grade)
6:15 – 7:15 for Doxa (4th through 7th grade)
6:15 – 7:15 for Neo Kyma (8th through 12th grade)
7:00 – 9:00 for Byantio (adults)
In May, because of the upcoming festival, practices double up to every Monday and Wednesday and we stop after the festival for the summer.
Director: Peggy Christofakis
- Argie Livaniou
- Tommy Saunders
- Mary Saunders
- Cary Saunders
- Paul Christofakis
If you would like more information, please contact Peggy at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our groups are dedicated to the authentic representation and preservation of traditional Hellenic Dances. Members freely give their valuable time towards learning and perfecting these dances and in so doing promote their own heritage.