A-Z Challenge: F is for Folk Dancing

Not a site, this time, but an activity that takes place all over the country, including Jerusalem.

I dance, too

What’s special about Israeli folk dancing is that new dances are constantly being created. You have to keep attending, otherwise you fall behind. Folk dancing is fun and healthy, and it brings together, in a friendly atmosphere, all sorts of people who wouldn’t normally meet. I love it – especially with my dancing instructor, Boaz.

Happy Easter/Passover, everyone!

By Miriam Drori

Author, editor, attempter of this thing called life. Social anxiety warrior. Cultivating a Fuji, edition 3, a poignant, humorous and uplifting tale, published with Ocelot Press, January 2023.

8 replies on “A-Z Challenge: F is for Folk Dancing”

You are brave Miriam. B always tries to get me dancing but with limited success so far. She’d think this was fun – me horror!
I think I’m too vain perhaps, afraid of making a fool of myself.

Have a great passover and enjoy the Seder, if you have it.
Sahlom aleichem.

We learnt some Israeli dances when we were at Maccabi but that was long ago and as you say, there are new ones now. The last wedding I went to the dancing was so fast I could hardly breathe!

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