This class is taught by seasoned dance professionals Toni Hall and Ivy Burch. Prepare to travel the African Diaspora in this energetic and culturally rich dance exploration. Let the rhythms of the drums and movements of the Motherland uplift your soul and jump-start your body. The 90-minute class incorporates deep breathing, conditioning, and cardio intensive movements from various dance styles. Men and women of all levels are welcome. Childcare not provided. Space is limited. All are welcome to join us at Hayti! $5 per class. Guest instructors and master classes are programmed throughout the year for participants. REGULAR CLASS SCHEDULE Monday from 6:30-8pm Cost: $5 per class For more information call 919-683-1709 ext 21
The events in this section are not directly sponsored by the Hayti Heritage Center or the St. Joseph's Historic Foundation. The Hayti Heritage Center services the community as a rental facility providing space for various events throughout the year. Although the events in this section are not directly sponsored by the Hayti Heritage Center or the St. Joseph's Historic Foundation, we assist in promoting them in an effort to support other local organizations and to help spread the word about all of the wonderful things going on here in Durham.
REGULAR CLASS SCHEDULE Tuesday from 6:30 pm - 8 pm Cost: $5 per class Location: 2nd Floor – Dance Studio For More information Contact: 919-683-1709
Wednesday June 5, at 7pm at Hayti Heritage Center Join noted author and illustrator Ashley Bryan, the 100 Men in Black Chorus and Rev. Dr. Luke Powery for a joyous evening celebrating spirituals in lecture, pictures and song. Bryan, 89, is the illustrator and author of many award winning children's books including two illustrated books of spirituals. The Men in Black Chorus will sing spirituals, and Powery, Dean of the Duke Chapel, will give historical context.