African dance struts its stuff in St. Ann
February 20, 2014 by James
The ‘Afriky Lola, African Dance’ evening is part of the Dr. Martin Luther King Junior State Celebration and features the West African Dance Company. Poster printing and other printing services may have been used to share information about this evening celebration with people from this community and in the surrounding regions.
During this evening, the audience will enjoy performances rich with reflection of West Africa and depicting the culture, history, and heritage of the area. The dance company will be led by Arfiky Lola and will include dance numbers and stunning and traditional West African costuming, which includes masks, beads, and West African cloth.
Drummers will accompany the dancers on stage and set a familiar beat. This is a learning and educational opportunity for the audience, and the company also offers workshops for the community. The exciting and lively performance is suitable for people of all ages.
This is a free event and the public is invited to attend and enjoy it. Afriky Lola will be performing live on Tuesday, February 25 starting at 7:00 pm at the Rock Road Branch Library located at 10267 Street Charles Rock Road in St. Ann, Missouri. To find out more about this performing dance troupe, or to reserve a seat, visit the Rock Road Branch Library or call their office during regular hours of operation.