Souk in the City 3 – Free Bellydance Market in Hamilton

souk in the city3

Join us for the 3rd Souk in the City! It will be the final one of 2016!

Buy, sell, trade or barter your used bellydance goods.
No entry charge.
No consignment fees.
Sellers (not commercial vendors) are welcome to bring their used, personal goods for sale, barter or trade.
If you have many items to display, please bring a picnic-for-2 sized blanket. No additional furniture, display racks, clothing trees, etc are permitted.
Come by, browse, chat & be ^_^ It’s also just a nice chance to chat with like-minded friends.
Email eshebellydancer@hotmail.com to reserve your vendor space.
We are located at 1 West Ave S, Suite 300 (3rd floor), Hamilton, ON.
hamiltonbellydance.com

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Lebanese Bellydance 101 – Pay What You Can Karma Workshop

Join Star Bellydance of Canada 2015 as she shares “Lebanese Bellydance 101” for our monthly installment of Pay What You Can Workshops.

Sunday 9/18

10AM-11:10AM

Peggy will be sharing a beginner level workshop covering the basics of Lebanese Bellydance.

No donation is too small.  No experience necessary. All money collected goes to Food4Kids.

Mahasti
1 West Ave S, Suite 300 (3rd floor)
Hamilton, ON
hamiltonbellydance.com
RSVP eshebellydancer@hotmail.com

In April we raised $530 for Sacha Hamilton
In May we raised $300 for Cystic Fibrosis Canada
In June we raised $130 for the youth of Attawapiskat.
In July we raised $230 for Sacha Hamilton.
In August we raised $120 for Essential Aid and Family Services of Ontario inc.
We have raised $1310 for our community since April. Be part of it, in September join us to raise money for Food4Kids.

A bit about Food4Kids
It was assessed 1,500 children in Hamilton and 400 children in Halton were going without food each and every weekend. A program model was developed with a focus on 3 distinct areas:

1)Food provided to children at-risk would be healthy

2)Each child in the home would receive their own food package, to ensure nourishment of all children in the home

3) The program model would ensure a non-stigmatizing process of food distribution to participants

Today, 1335 healthy food packages are distributed in 89 schools throughout Hamilton and Halton.