Java City Performance

Belly Dancer at Java City Beautiful weather made it a great day for a performance by Zingara outside of Java City in Helm.  The crowd was entertained by belly dancers Lee Ann Bledsoe and Nadia DeLeon (and some library staffers who joined in the fun!) on Wednesday, March 31st at the noon performance sponsored by Independence Bank.

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  1. I love belly dancing. This is my first time to see this event happening. Seeing a woman dancing in the streets. Hope to see more of this rare events in the future. I’m happy to see this blog.

  2. Well done independence bank, everyone loves belly dancing. Not such a fine sight when I try it though!

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  4. I saw belly dancing in South Texas a few years ago. It was amazing.

  5. The history behind belly dancers is incredible. A person needs to understand a little Arabic to understand the history better.

  6. I have seen some outstanding dancers. Although, it would not take much to out do my belly dancing abilities!

  7. LLO

    Well done independence bank, everyone loves belly dancing. Not such a fine sight when I try it though!

  8. I am sorry I missed this, but it sounded quite entertaining! Cool picture too.

  9. A woman has to stay in good physical condition to belly dance. The stomach muscles are worked very hard during the dances.

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  17. haiwang.yuan

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