Dance festival Sunday in Sacramento |

Dance festival Sunday in Sacramento

A couple in intricately embroidered Serbian folk costumes will be among the dancers at the Camellia International Dance Festival in Sacramento.

The Sacramento International Folk Dance and Arts Council will present the 50th anniversary of the Camellia Festival from 1 to 3:30 p.m. Sunday. The pageant of ethnic dances and music will take place at the Student Union building on the California State University campus.

General admission is $6 and there is no charge for children under 18 and CSUS students. Free parking is available in lots No. 4 and No. 7.

Enjoy a lively and colorful show of ethnic dances and music from around the world. This is a great afternoon for all ages. The 50th Camellia International Dance Festival will feature groups including the Sacramento Vintage Ballroom Dancers, Folklorico Latino de Woodland, Zado Balkan Singers, Italian, Bedouin and Serbian dance groups and Sonechko, a Ukranian children’s group.

Some easy dances from different countries will be taught to all ages immediately following the live performances until 5 p.m.

For more information call Doug Schwilk at (916) 967-6157.

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