Israeli Dancing in the Parking Lot: Everyday Magic, Day 62

The other day, when we went to the Lawrence Jewish Community Center to do some Israeli dancing, we were met with the vast amount of perfectly arranged chairs for the High Holidays. What to do? It was dust, clear and warm with a cool breeze, and the parking lot was mostly flat. So we brought the inside activity outside, which worked very well for running steps and grapevines, but not so well for fast turns. We ended the evening dancing “Erev Ba,” a lovely flowing circle dance we did at sunset, fittingly since “Erev Ba” means “Evening has come.”

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