You live in Fremont. You have free time. You like to help others. You enjoy dancing and/or watching other people dance.
Well do I have some events for you…
March 4th, 7pm – Amuma Says No @ Hale’s Ale Pub
Representing the heart and soul of Basque music, this dynamic band has played at
Seattle Folk Life Festival, Kennedy Center and other top venues. The Boise, ID band brings
together the best of traditional trikitixa – a duo of accordion and tambourine –
with a modern rhythm section and songs sung in Basque. Tickets are $15 at the door and profits benefit the Summer in the USA Basque Program.
March 12th – Seattle Dances! 2nd Annual Dinner, Auction and Dance Competition @ Fremont Studios
A night of dancing, dining and auctioning to support Plymouth Housing Group. Each dollar you donate is a “vote” — and the dancer who raises the most money online before Saturday, March 12 will win the Cyber Choice Mirror Ball Trophy at the event. All “votes” are tax-deductible. Get more information here.
April 8th, 5:30pm – New Abolitionist Movement: Dance Concert For A Slave Free World @ Fremont Abbey.
Karin Stevens Dance will present a concert of contemporary dance and live music with the Seattle band, JUBILEE, at the Fremont Abbey Arts Center. This concert will present a body of new work to two classic JUBILEE songs and five from their recently released album, To See you Well. The concert will raise awareness of the local fight against human trafficking with the help of partnering organization Seattle Against Slavery. Tickets range from $15 Student, $18 general, $23 door and some proceeds go to help SAS.