Winter Plumage

CrestoneTribal is proud to present Winter Plumage, a gala bellydance fusion performance to benefit Crestone Creative Council and Neighbors Helping Neighbors. These two non-profit organizations offer much-needed services to our community and we look forward to supporting them through our dance.

Winter Plumage is a showcase of folkloric, classical and contemporary bellydance fusion from a variety of traditions. CrestoneTribal dancers will be sharing solo and group, improvisational and choreographed works; bringing the sounds and gestures, rhythms and colors of the Middle East, India, North Africa and Spain to Crestone for two nights.

Directions to Dharma Ocean here.

Saturday, November 10 at 7pm
Sunday, November 11 at 5pm.
Doors will open 45 minutes early and refreshments will be for sale. Tickets will be on sale at the door:
$10 for seniors and youth under 16 / $15 for adults.
Please contact katie@crestonetribal.com for information on discount advance ticket sales.

Benefactors, appreciators and enthusiasts are sincerely invited to make donations in any amount to the Winter Plumage benefit.

 

Your generosity will enable us to cover lighting, sound, set design, costuming, space rental and publicity costs so that we can donate as much as possible to Neighbors Helping Neighbors and Crestone Creative Council.

Neighbors Helping Neighbors is a non-profit, 501-C-3 charitable organization serving the Crestone/Moffat community since 1998. We bring the community together in supporting the well-being of households in crisis. NHN has no administrative costs or expenses, so every penny raised goes back into the community. Members of our community donate everything for our fundraisers: money, time, talent, services and product. Neighbors Helping Neighbors, PO Box 822, Crestone Colorado. 81131.

The Crestone Creative Council (CCC) is a Town of Crestone youth program for 13-24 year olds which focuses on job creation, artistic expression, community service and special events to instill a sense of purpose and positive self identity for participants. Through the creation of a Youth Work Force, clients are linked to youth for assistance with their home or work projects to develop job performance skills, initiative and a work ethic. Young artists share their work at local festivals and event booths, musicians coordinate open music jams and volunteers are involved in planning and coordinating activities to further develop a sense of a caring and supportive community.