Dance on Diwali – with Ajna Dance

Indian Women Dancers in Red and Purple Dresses, Pose

Ajna Dance is a part of two Family Diwali Dance Celebrations, ttomorrow (November 14th). You and you kids can participate online, or in person (at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum).

Online:

Beginning at 10:30AM, Minila will share a short explanation about the significance of Diwali, read a story for the little ones (from Desi Babies), and lead a fun Bollywood & Bhangra dance workshop for the whole family!

Tickets via Eventbrite.

Indian dancer in a green and gold top, in a dance pose, with red on her hands, on a poster for a Diwali Celebration

 

In Person:

 

Ajna Dance will be performing and sharing a dance workshop for families. Hear the music of the Indian diaspora performed by Raga Kids , and create a collaborative Rangoli in the ColorLab art studio. Plus, snacks and treats by Veeray da Dhaba and Island Pops on the rooftop terrace!

Tickets at the Brooklyn Children’s Museum website. (10:00AM, 12:30PM, 3:00PM, or 5:00PM. Each session is 90 minutes.)

Musicians Play Indian Music on a stage in a museum with art on the wall - poster about Diwali Celebration at the Brooklyn Children's Museum