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Thread: Hoofin’ for Eestimaa

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    Council Member Stan's Avatar
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    Default Hoofin’ for Eestimaa

    We once discussed Estonia's liberation from Russia via a Song Festival.
    This will be slightly different, but good folk songs considering your interest in music.

    Regards, Stan

    Estonians abroad trip the light fantastic.

    For any readers located in the United States, Pillerkaar, Estonian Folk Dancers of the Washington DC Metropolitan Area, is sponsoring an East Coast Estonian Folk Festival, IREKS 2007 (Ida Ranniku Küla Simman) in Virginia, on April 28th. For more details visit

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    Council Member marct's Avatar
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    Thanks, Stan.

    I've been tied up today with a 5 hour recording session and I've got a concert tomorrow, so I probably won't get to read it until Monday or so (mandatory post-concert "reception" ).

    Sic Bisquitus Disintegrat...
    Marc W.D. Tyrrell, Ph.D.
    Institute of Interdisciplinary Studies,
    Senior Research Fellow,
    The Canadian Centre for Intelligence and Security Studies, NPSIA
    Carleton University

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    Council Member Stan's Avatar
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    Default The Washington DC Estonian Folk Dancers

    April 28, 2007

    St. Joseph Parish Hall
    750 Peachtree Street
    Herndon, VA 20170

    Pillerkaar, will be sponsoring IREKS 2007 (Ida Ranniku Eesti Küla Simman - or East Coast Estonian Folk Festival). Participants include: Kandali (Estonian Folk Dancers from Tallinn, Estonia), Pillerkaar (Estonian Folk Dancers from Washington, DC Metro Area), Kungla (Estonian Folk Dancers from Toronto, Canada), Saare Vikat (Estonian Folk Dancers from New York), Sügis (Estonian Folk Dancers from Lakewood, New Jersey), Baltimore Estonian Youth (Baltimore Estonian School), Melunas and Jore (Lithuanian Folk Dancers), Vasingtonas Namejs (Latvian Folk Dancers), Baltic String Band (Estonians, Lithuanians, Latvians), and Estonian Folk Singers (Pillerkaar).

    Ticket Prices
    Adults and teens : $35 each purchased in advance ($45 at the door) ; Children 6-12 : $25 each purchased in advance ($35 at the door); Children under 6 : free.

    To Purchase Tickets in Advance
    Send your e-mail address, phone number, and check made payable to IREKS 2007 for the above amount to IREKS 2007, P.O. Box 34, Greenlawn, NY 11740-3111. You will receive an express ticket by e-mail with a confirmation number in a few days. Print out this ticket and bring it with you as it will have your name and a unique ticket number on it. No admission without a ticket. If you do not have an e-mail address, please insert a self addressed stamped envelope in the envelope with your check and the ticket will be mailed to your home. For questions, send e-mail to

    For more information and tickets see the Pillerkaar website : and click on IREKS 2007.

    Contact :
    Last edited by Stan; 09-11-2007 at 10:52 AM.


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