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Blue Moon Mexican Cafe Community Night
in Support of Nikki Manx Dance Project

Blue Moon Woodcliff Lake (Get Directions)
Sunday, May 24
11:30am - 9:00pm

Lunch, Dinner, Take-Out & Delivery
Also Applies to Catering and Gift Cards
Download and bring this flyer to have 20% of your bill
(excluding tax and gratuity) donated to Nikki Manx Dance Project.


Revolution: Earth excerpt
HATCH Presenting Series

Jennifer Muller/The Works
131 West 24th Street, 4th Floor
New York, NY 10011

Saturday, May 30th
Doors open at 7:30 pm, Show Begins at 8:00 pm
Presentation followed by Q & A with choreographers
Tickets: $15


2015 evening length production, "REVOLUTION: EARTH," will present ecological observations and solutions. Each dance will explore various topics concerning environmental sustainability such as, overconsumption, pollution, climate change, and protecting our waters and forests to avoid environmental degradation.

 

 

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For booking information, please contact Nikki Manx at 201-390-6837, or info@nikkimanxdanceproject.org. Please give as much advance notice as possible to ensure we can accomodate.

 

 
 
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Blue Moon Mexican Cafe
Community Night in Support of NMDP


Woodcliff Lake Location (Get Directions)
Sunday, May 24 11:30am - 9:00pm
Lunch, Dinner, Take-Out & Delivery
Also Applies to Catering and Gift Cards
Download and bring this flyer to have 20% of your bill donated to NMDP


Revolution: Earth excerpt
HATCH Presenting Series


Jennifer Muller/The Works
131 West 24th St, 4th Fl, NY, NY 10011
Saturday, May 30 | Tickets: $15
Doors open 7:30pm, Show Begins 8pm
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