Master the art of Israeli folk dance this Wellness Wednesday with Yvonne Peters!
Yvonne served as a dancer, choreographer, and dance director for the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem for 26 years. She choreographed for the Integrity Music video project titled Arise Jerusalem, led by Paul Wilbur. Additionally, she has ministered throughout the United States, Europe, the Baltic States, the Caribbean, South America, South Africa, Nigeria, Brazil, Israel, and the Russian Federation with its associated states as both a keynote speaker and workshop facilitator.
Now, in this virtual class for NJPAC, Yvonne is excited to share the history of Israeli dance, one of the oldest and most ancient forms of spiritual expression. Tune in to dance with Yvonne on March 2 at 7:30PM.
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Let’s be healthy together!
RWJBarnabas Health nutritionists will join our Wellness Wednesday gatherings on the first Wednesday of each month to offer tips on healthy eating, keeping active and more! They’ll offer easy strategies and useful information to make our Wellness Wednesdays more impactful than ever before.
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A fee of $3.50 has been added to all performance tickets to offset the cost of COVID-19 upgrades and maintenance for performances taking place between September 1, 2021, through July 1, 2022.
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