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ECDC Happy Hour at Te Amo Tequila Bar

August 25, 2019 from 4am to 7pm
ECDC's Board of Directors INVITES YOU:HAPPY HOUR Sunday, August 254-7PMTe Amo Tequila Bar182 Temple St New HavenJoin Us for drinks, food, raffles and happy hour specials. Come socialize with ECDC Board, Dancers and Community. Hear about programs we have coming up! Programs such as:ECDC TECHNIQUE CLASSESFLASH MOB // SEP 13KIDS IN MOTIONTRANS BODYNATIONAL WATER DANCEand more...See More
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ECDC Happy Hour at Te Amo Tequila Bar

August 25, 2019 from 4am to 7pm
ECDC's Board of Directors INVITES YOU:HAPPY HOUR Sunday, August 254-7PMTe Amo Tequila Bar182 Temple St New HavenJoin Us for drinks, food, raffles and happy hour specials. Come socialize with ECDC Board, Dancers and Community. Hear about programs we have coming up! Programs such as:ECDC TECHNIQUE CLASSESFLASH MOB // SEP 13KIDS IN MOTIONTRANS BODYNATIONAL WATER DANCEand more...See More
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ECDC Happy Hour at Te Amo Tequila Bar

August 25, 2019 from 4am to 7pm
ECDC's Board of Directors INVITES YOU:HAPPY HOUR Sunday, August 254-7PMTe Amo Tequila Bar182 Temple St New HavenJoin Us for drinks, food, raffles and happy hour specials. Come socialize with ECDC Board, Dancers and Community. Hear about programs we have coming up! Programs such as:ECDC TECHNIQUE CLASSESFLASH MOB // SEP 13KIDS IN MOTIONTRANS BODYNATIONAL WATER DANCEand more...See More
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ECDC Happy Hour at Te Amo Tequila Bar

August 25, 2019 from 4am to 7pm
ECDC's Board of Directors INVITES YOU:HAPPY HOUR Sunday, August 254-7PMTe Amo Tequila Bar182 Temple St New HavenJoin Us for drinks, food, raffles and happy hour specials. Come socialize with ECDC Board, Dancers and Community. Hear about programs we have coming up! Programs such as:ECDC TECHNIQUE CLASSESFLASH MOB // SEP 13KIDS IN MOTIONTRANS BODYNATIONAL WATER DANCEand more...See More
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Contact Improvisation Workshop (All Levels) at 292

May 26, 2019 from 3pm to 6pm
CONTACT IMPROVISATION WORKSHOP: Connection and spontaneity with Jonathan LillyMAY 26 2019: 3-6PMALL LEVELS (beginners welcome)Trinity Lutheran Church | 292 Orange St New Haven$35 -- REGISTER at elmcitydance@gmail.comCLASS DESCRIPTION:Connection and Spontaneity in Contact ImprovisationAt the heart of contact improvisation is the connection between ourselves and our partner. When this connection is open and grounded yet sensitive and fluid, it becomes the starting point for the unfolding of…See More
May 20
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Contact Improvisation Workshop (All Levels) at 292

May 26, 2019 from 3pm to 6pm
CONTACT IMPROVISATION WORKSHOP: Connection and spontaneity with Jonathan LillyMAY 26 2019: 3-6PMALL LEVELS (beginners welcome)Trinity Lutheran Church | 292 Orange St New Haven$35 -- REGISTER at elmcitydance@gmail.comCLASS DESCRIPTION:Connection and Spontaneity in Contact ImprovisationAt the heart of contact improvisation is the connection between ourselves and our partner. When this connection is open and grounded yet sensitive and fluid, it becomes the starting point for the unfolding of…See More
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Contact Improvisation Workshop (All Levels) at 292

May 26, 2019 from 3pm to 6pm
CONTACT IMPROVISATION WORKSHOP: Connection and spontaneity with Jonathan LillyMAY 26 2019: 3-6PMALL LEVELS (beginners welcome)Trinity Lutheran Church | 292 Orange St New Haven$35 -- REGISTER at elmcitydance@gmail.comCLASS DESCRIPTION:Connection and Spontaneity in Contact ImprovisationAt the heart of contact improvisation is the connection between ourselves and our partner. When this connection is open and grounded yet sensitive and fluid, it becomes the starting point for the unfolding of…See More
Apr 12

Profile Information

Name of the Organization
Elm City Dance Collective
Contact Person
Kellie Lynch
Contact phone
(401) 741-8140
E-mail
elmcitydance@gmail.com
Website
http://elmcitydance.org
Interest
Arts
Description Interest
Elm City Dance Collective is a New Haven based organization that values an experiential and collaborative approach to dance creation, education and performance. ECDC works to challenge ideas about movement and reinvent the performance experience. We teach classes; we perform in theaters, schools, unusual spaces and public spaces; we host dance jams and workshops; we also produce.

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