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Mardi Gras Dance Party



Have you ever been to Mardi Gras? If you haven’t, you can still get a taste of the excitement without leaving Marin. Come celebrate the culture of southwestern Louisiana with Zydeco music and more this Saturday night at the Osher Marin JCC. Emerging from the French Creole culture, Zydeco integrates Afro-Caribbean, waltz, shuffles, blues, rock & roll and other forms of great danceable music. Grammy nominated artist Andre Thierry takes Zydeco to the next generation spicing things up by adding hip hop and jazz to the mix. Pre-concert Cajun two-step dance lesson and cultural flavored dinners available for purchase.

If You Go:

When: Saturday, February 11 from 7pm to 11pm

Where: Osher Marin Jewish Community Center, 200 North San Pedro Road, San Rafael, CA

Cost: $20 - $25 General Admission; Ages 17 & under: $10

marinjcc.org/arts


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