EAST BRUNSWICK, NJEast Brunswick Public Library and the East Brunswick Arts Commission team up this fall to offer a multicultural dance workshop series at the East Brunswick Community Arts Center (721 Cranbury Road) during October and November.


“East Brunswick Public Library and the East Brunswick Arts Commission are excited to bring back our popular dance class series,” said Melissa Hozik, Adult Programming Librarian. “We are continuing to showcase different dance styles that are popular worldwide.”


The series begins on Sunday, October 13, as the Ballroom Dream Dance Studio presents a dance workshop on the bachata. A popular style of social dancing and music, bachata debuted in the Dominican Republic and is now popular globally thanks to entertainers like Romeo Santos. This workshop is recommended for ages 18 and up.

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East Brunswick native and award-winning choreographer Phil Solomon leads a hip-hop dance class on Sunday, November 10. Ranging dancing to more modern moves, this class is for ages eight and up.


The series ends on Sunday, November 17 with an Israeli dance workshop. Led by experienced teacher Vera Galleid, the program shares easy circle, line and partner dances set to catchy Israeli music. This class is geared for ages eight and up.


All three dance workshops start at 12:30 pm. These programs are free and open to the public. The fall dance series is sponsored by the Friends of the East Brunswick Library and the East Brunswick Arts Commission. For more information about these and other upcoming East Brunswick Public Library events, visit www.ebpl.org.