Updated February 4, 2019
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About The ClubThe MIT Folk Dance Club sponsors three nights of dancing each week throughout the year, all of which are open to MIT students. The general public is welcome as well.
Note: International Folk Dancing no longer meets weekly starting November 1, 2018. We hope to have dancing once or twice a month. Please check back for further information.To see what dances we've done from July 2002 - October 2018, see the playlist archive. See our web archive for old versions of our web pages.
Wednesday night Israeli Dancing usually meets on the 2nd or 4th floor of the Student Center, from 8:00 to 11:00 pm.
Note: We are unable to continue dancing at MIT after November 1, 2018.
November and December 2018: Wednesday night Israeli dancing is available at Kehillath Israel, 384 Harvard St, Brookline.
New location for Israeli dancing starting January 9, 2019:
On two or three Tuesdays per month, the Contra
Dance for All meets in various locations from 8:00 to 10:30 pm
(check the schedule for dates and
locations). Live music every time! Beginners are always
welcome and are encouraged to come early.
The MITFDC gives classes and workshops as part of MIT's Independent Activities Period each January.
Check out our IAP offerings for January 2018.
These are the locations where we usually meet. Click on a location to see it on a campus map.
Organizational club meetings usually take place once a year in early May.
Contact the club officers at fdc[at]mit[dot]edu to find out about future meetings.
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