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The Texas Coastal Bend Bellydance Association is proud to annouce their Annual Holiday Hafla and Workshop benefiting the Wenholz House of Corpus Christi. The TCBBA is a nonprofit that strives to give back to its community through its love of Middle Eastern Dance. This year our annual event will feature a fabulous addition to its stunning evening show: an afternoon of workshops. TCBBA Officers Jamie and Lacey will be giving a 2 hour workshop on combinations that dancers of all style can take and use in their dance and Former President and founder of the TCBBA will be teaching a 2 hour make and take craft workshop helping attendees create and make their very own hair bands in her Turning Heads workshop (dancers will take home their creations).
The evening will be filled with amazing and stunning performances by TCBBA members and multi award winning performers as well as live music, door prizes, a silent auction and fun surprises. So don't miss out on this fabulous event and an opportunity to give back to a community resource that helps those recovering from addiction, Wenholz House.
For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org
11am-1pm - Combos for all styles
2pm -4pm - Turning Heads, a make and take craft workshop
Show begins at 8:00pm
Doors Open 7:10pm for prepaid tickets
7:30pm for tickets purchased at the door
Our show will feature amazing performances, live music, door prizes, silent auction, and a cash bar
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Texas Coastal Bend Bellydance Association
The Texas Coastal Bend Bellydance Association is a 501 (c) nonprofit that strives to provide a common meeting ground for persons with an interest in this form of dance, to provide a supportive atmosphere in which to perform, to expand knowledge of the dance as an art form, to offer special gatherings for members and to serve, educate and benefit our area dance community whenever possible and to provide financial aid and general welfare for the betterment of the community and social improvement.
For more information visit www.TCBBA.org