Bollywood dance series aims to spread cheer in Metro Vancouver

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      A series of Bollywood-style dance events are planned across Metro Vancouver to bring some positive energy to people dealing with illness and hardship.

      The Victory Arts Foundation, a nonprofit group founded by Bollywood choreographer and performer Shiamak Davar, is holding its Dance for Good program from March 12 to 28.

      As part of the event series, dancers will visit community sites like the GF Strong Rehabilitation Centre, St. Michael’s Centre, and Sunny Hill Health Centre for Children.

      The general public can get in on the Bollywood dance action during a free event at Capilano Mall in North Vancouver on March 23 at noon.


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      colleen moore

      Mar 2, 2013 at 1:27pm

      More of precious tax payers dollars spent on Liberals trying to win ethnic vote. During hard economic times and homeless dying on the streets and millions and millions of tax payers dollars spent so Liberals could win the ethic vote.

      A Goode

      Mar 2, 2013 at 8:38pm

      If you read the article, there's no mention of Liberals or taxpayer dollars being spent. The dance performance is being held by a nonprofit group. While I agree with you that the BC Liberals' attempt to buy "ethnic" votes is terrible, that has nothing to do with this article.