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Bio: Zydeco Connection has been bringing the irresistible sounds and infectious rhythms of Zydeco from Louisiana to New England since 2004. Dominated by the button or piano accordion and a form of washboard called the rub board, Zydeco is guaranteed to get your toes tapping. We are from Franklin Count... See Full BioMore Info
BOSTON ZYDECO is alive and well bringing you monthly zydeco dances in the Spring and Fall. Free Dance lesson 6:30-7:15 included with admission. Band plays 7:30-10:30. Large wooden dance floor.
First Friday of the Month Zydeco Dance with Zydeco Connection Zydeco dance lesson 7-8 PM with Teri Anderson. Zydeco Connection 8-11 PM $13 admission, students ($9) includes a beginner zydeco dance lesson. Great dance space, with a large dance floor. We play a mix of zydeco, two-steps, waltzes,boogie woogie and a little bit of swing to spice things up. Louisiana zydeco music is upbeat, infectious and totally danceable. You don't need a partner. www.dancenorthampton.com.
This is a monthly zydeco dance held on the third Saturday of the month that has been going on for over 15 years. Dance lesson at 6:30. Band plays 7-10. A big hall with large wooden dance floor with serious zydeco dances but don't let that scare you. Beginners welcomed.
Welcome summer's arrival on the longest day of the year. Howl at the Moon! Dance and be merry in Three Sisters Sanctuary under the light of the stars with great music, friends, family and food! This is a benefit concert to support the long-term care and maintenance of Three Sisters Sanctuary. As you walk through these beautiful grounds, please appreciate the many hands that created it and the many hands needed to maintain it. Your generosity is appreciated. 6pm potluck. Bring food to share. Music with Gaea Star Goddesses(6:00-8) and Zydeco Connection(8:30-11:30). This is an outdoor event in a very magical place. Three Sisters Sanctuary is an ever changing garden bursting with botanical life, sculpture, and landscape art ripe for exploration with a round, grass floor, stone seat amphitheater that fits hundreds.
Wednesday Folk Traditions. Music begins at 6:30 in the sunken garden. Bring a chair or blankets to sit on. Picnickers are welcome on the museum grounds beginning at 5:00 prior to the concert. The museum with its grounds is a smoke-free site.