Ve’shuv itchem! Together again! Although this year’s Israel Folkdance Festival of Boston will be different, we will still be together festival weekend. Our theme is “Ve’Shuv Itchem – Together Again!” The festival is here and will be here.
Our festival weekend always includes a free dance party (Harkada), and this year is no exception. On Saturday night, March 13, our Harkada will start with children’s dancing at 6:45 p.m. At 7:15 p.m, there will be a very special short video dance show.
Over 200 dancers (adults and children) are participating in a unique opportunity to dance together. Dancers in Mexico, Israel, Canada and Brazil are joining with dancers from 18 U.S. states to present an exciting short presentation. We can’t be onstage together, but we will be together onscreen. Our Harkada will continue at 7:30 p.m.
More information is available on our website. Special one-time-only 2021 festival gear will also be available!+ More... - Less...
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