The trouble with finding a new dance craze is that its so hard to find the right inspirationa little hip-hop, a dash of salsa, a spritz of Klezmer? So what better culprit for a new way to move than Israeli folk dancing, which boasts a melting pot of dance styles that includes Spanish, Moroccan, Yemenite and Greek cultural influences, among others, yet closely resembles the country line dancing after our own local hearts? With its easy-to-follow steps, simple repetition and everybody-friendly inclusion of all ages and experience levels, its hard to miss the beat. Free; $1 per class donation appreciated.
Mon., Nov. 2, 7:30 p.m., 2009