The MIT Folk Dance Club sponsors three nights of dancing each week throughout
the year, all of which are open to the MIT community and the general public.
Sunday night International Dancing and Wednesday night Israeli
Dancing usually meet either in Sala de Puerto
Rico or in the Lobby of Building 13(Check
the schedule), from 8:00 to 11:00PM. Both nights start with Early
Teaching at 8:00PM, followed by teaching and requests from till 11PM.
Beginners are always welcome.
Mon, Wed, Fri, Jan 8-31, 1:00 -2:30 pm, T Club lounge, No experience
necessary, no partner needed, Registration is happening during the class meeting,
Simply arrive when the class begins. It is not too late to sign up for!!
3 make up classes are taught. You can take this course more than once for
PE credit. Any questions? Please contact with either Dana at dsussman(at)mit(dot)edu
or Marilyn at rapunzel22(at)aol(dot)com
We maintain electronic mailing lists used to announce dances and
other events of interest. These lists are for announcements only and
have very low volume, so please sign up for the dance venues in which
you are interested:
Fdc-International (Sunday nights)
Fdc-Contras (Conta Dancing, Second & Fourth Tuesdays)
To be added to or
removed from a list, please send your request (including your email address)
You can also add yourself to the lists using the blanche program
You can also check the MITFDC Info Line (617-253-FOLK) for announcements.
Please contact the Folk Dance Club officers at the email address
Annual Israeli Dance MarathonThe Christmas Eve Israeli Dance
Marathon takes place every year on or about Christmas Eve. We start at
6pm and dance until 6am in Walker Gym on the MIT
Campus. People come from all over the continent (and even from Amsterdam!) to
dance at MIT! We'll start with simpler dances and move progressively
to harder dances as the night goes on, so be sure to come earlier rather
than later...even beginners will have fun if you show up at six!
Beginners' Nights Beginners' nights are for people who haven't done
much dancing before and want to learn some and for more experienced dancers
who want to practice the basics. In other words, they are for everyone.
You need no prior experience and you don't need a partner.
The Boston Israeli Folk Dance Festival takes place each year in
March, in Kresge Auditorium on the MIT campus, next to the student center.
The show includes dance ensembles from all over the United States and Canada.
Tickets are $12, $10 if ordered before March 1. Call MIT Hillel at (617)
253-2982 for more information and to order tickets.
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Where We Meet
These are the locations where we usually meet (see map above):
1. The Student Center (Building W20). It is located at 84 Mass.
Ave., directly across the main entrance to MIT. Sala de Puerto Rico is
located on the second floor. Rooms W20-407, W20-491, and our club office
W20-437 are all located on the fourth floor.
2. Lobby 13. Can be accessed from either Vassar St. or The Infinite
Corridor. (just turn north at Lobby 10.)
3. Room 16-310. This room is very close to the soda machines
near the big auditorium 26-100 (where LSC movies are shown.) Just take
the stairs or the elevator to the 3rd floor.
4. Morss Hall and Walker Gym Morss Hall is the big hall on
the first floor of the Walker Memorial (Bldg. 50), normally used as a
dining hall. The gym is on the top floor
Lobdell Dining Hall
Club meeting usually take place in our club office (W20-437), located
at the fourth floor of the Stratton Student Center.