Line Dancing and African Drumming at Dancin’ on the Door
The new dance studio in Egg Harbor, Andria’s Dancin’ on the Door School of Dance will host and African dance and drumming workshop on Oct. 5 with international artist Edi Gbordzi, a master drummer/dancer from Ghana. He has performed internationally with the Ghana National Dance Ensemble and is a gifted singer/songwriter. With deep roots in the Ewe drumming culture, he grew up drumming and singing in his community and uses this powerful rhythmic language as the driving force behind Timbukale or power rhythm. The music of Timbukale also reflects Edi’s rich background as a dancer.
The cost of the drumming workshop, held 1 – 2:30 pm, is $25. The cost of the dance segment of the workshop, 2:30 – 4 pm, is also $25. The cost for both workshops is $40. For reservations call 920.868.5089.
Also at Dancin’ On The Door, there will be line dancing parties on Sept. 27, Oct. 3 and 11 from 7 – 10 pm. These parties are for everyone – both singles and couples. Instruction will be provided by Door County veteran line dance teacher Mike Manis. He has taught at the Door County YMCA, the Landmark Resort, and the Door County Folk Festival, as well as several venues in California.
There is a $5 cover charge for the parties. Reservations are recommended, but not required. For more information call 920.868.5089. Dancin’ On the Door is located at 4614 Harbor School Road in Egg Harbor.