Performers for 2017 Festival Stage & Children’s & Youth Village Announced!

Sep 14, 2017

ENTERTAIMENT SCHEDULE 2017

TACF FESTIVAL STAGE

BEER & WINE GARDEN

(sponsored by MANCAN Wine of Ohio City)MANCAN DECAL BACK LIGHTS RED

LET’S DANCE STAGE: MUSIC AND DANCE FROM AROUND  THE WORLD

Sponsored by:

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E. John Busser Ballet bw

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2017:

12:00PM & 2:00PM (two performances):   SOGBETY DIOMANDE – DISCOVER WEST AFRICAN RHYTHM & CULTURE

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1:00 PM:   BRADY CAMPBELL IRISH DANCERS

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3:00PM:   KENYA WOODS – SALSA!

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4:00PM:   DANCE ARTS BY REGINA

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5:00PM:  PERFORMERS TBA

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 2016:

12:00PM:   ST. AUGUSTINE SIGNING CHOIR

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12:45PM:   “PIAST” POLISH ARTISTIC FOLK SONG AND DANCE ENSEMBLE

Piast Polish Dance Ensemble 3

1:30PM DANCERS OF ANNUNCIATION GREEK ORTHODOX CHURCH

Annunciation Greek Dancers

2:15PM:   JAM DANCE ACADEMY

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3:00PM:   YIN TANG CHINESE DANCE COMPANY

Yin Tang Dancers

3:45PM:   ART IN MOTION BELLYDANCE TROUPE

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SPECIAL EVENTS IN LINCOLN PARK:

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2017:

12:00 – 12:30PM:   P.A.C.E. (POSITIVE ATTITUDE CHANGES EVERYTHING)  TUMBLERS (Gazebo Square)

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1:00PM:   KENYA WOODS – Salsa! Workshop (Children’s Village)

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VARIES:   CLEVELAND MOUNTED POLICE UNIT   (Children’s Village)

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2017:

NOON – 1:00PM:   RAY MCNIECE  – Johnny Appleseed: A Dramatic Recreation (Children’s Village)

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NOON – 2:00PM:   RONALD MCDONALD   (Merrick House Children’s Village)

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2:00PM – 4:00PM:   PUMPKIN PARFAITS WITH MR. D   (Merrick House Children’s Village)

VARIES:   CLEVELAND MOUNTED POLICE UNIT   (Children’s Village)

Cleveland Mounted Police Unit - Breeze & Jakar out at the Garlic Fest in Shaker Square

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