I know you've all been getting a plethora of cancellation notifications this week, and I'm sorry to add to the pile. Our March 28 Nirkoda party is canceled due to the coronavirus situation, though I hope and expect we'll be back to normal for the April 18 party.
In the meantime, you can...
Join Aaron, Loui, and Latishya for a great party!
We are hosting the First Harkada of the Decade, so come and join us as we ring in the New Year with a fantastic afternoon of Israeli dance with friends!
- January 1, 2020
- 2:00-5:30 PM
- Congregation Etz Chayim, 4161 Alma Street, Palo Alto, CA 94306 (map)
- $10 admission
We had a great time at our Oldies party on September 21, 2019. Here's the playlist...
Mark your calendars for the following Nirkoda! dates:
- September 21, 2019 — Oldies Party!
- October 19, 2019
Our Oldies Party will feature dances from before 1990! Come dance the classics and test your memory a little bit!
The last year has been quite a tumultuous ride for me. Lots of lows, followed but a bunch of highs, but all contributing to a general air of uncertainty. Things are finally settling down, and my life is assuming some level of predictability. What this means is that I've begun the hunt for a venue for a 2019 dance camp, reaching out to several local places. Other Israeli dance projects, such as an October 2018 workshop, are also cooking. Anyway, I just wanted to give you a hint of things to come, and hope you'll get excited about lots of great Nirkoda-ness coming your way!
Sadly, we were forced to cancel Camp Nirkoda Ba'Kerem 2017 due to the terrible wildfires in Northern California. However, because many were unable to change their plane flights, I decided to move the Oct. 21 party to Oct. 28.so they could join us. Yaron Malihi will be there! He's the fantastically talented choreographer of favorites like Bocha Be'seter, Hayom Haba, Derech Ha'shalom, and Orot Ve'ashan. Halloween theme, so wear a costume!
As it turns out, the original date for the September 2017 Nirkoda! party (9/16) is Slichot, which is part of the High Holiday observances. Etz Chayim asked us to move one week earlier, so we will be having out party on September 9 instead.