Didn’t get enough aerial dance and fire-dancing this Spring? Want to help, or perform?


Dear Friends and Students,

 Don’t miss the opportunity to see The Cabiri and our spectacular freestanding aerial dance stage Daedalus at a variety of art festivals this summer!  See below for all the details.

 If you’re interested in helping us make our Cabiri magic happen this summer, you can become part of the show by volunteering! We need a few extra sets of hands to raise Daedalus skyward, and bring it down when the shows are over on June 20 and June 21. If you’ve got a little extra time to send our way, we’d be thrilled to have you. Volunteers should be comfortable lifting a bit of weight, and should know how to use socket wrenches. Contact volunteer@anunnaki.org to join in the fun and become part of the crew!

Registration begins today for our next session of aerial dance classes. Sign up soon, before it’s full! See below for more information.


Hope to see you this summer….
Charly McCreary
Managing Director
The Cabiri performance troupe

 The Cabiri at Fall City Days

Saturday, June 20, 2009
Noon-5:00 p.m.
Downtown Fall City, WA

 Come join us at the Art Park in downtown Fall City for a variety of art performances from live music to dance, face painting, chalk art, and many other unusual and entertaining art forms to delight during Fall City’s annual Street Fair. The Cabiri will be performing throughout the day on Daedalus, our freestanding aerial dance stage.  This family-friendly event is free to the public.

 Find out more: http://fallcityarts.org/calendar.htm

 The Cabiri at the Burien Strawberry and Arts Festival

Sunday, June 21, 2009
11:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
146th SW & 4th Ave SW, Burien, WA

 The Cabiri will be performing on Daedalus throughout the day at this free, family-friendly event in the vicinity of the Burien Community Center.  Live entertainment, arts & crafts, food, and fun await you!  Learn more on festival web site: http://www.burienstrawberryfestival.org/

 Beginning Aerial Dance on Trapeze (4 week session)

Thursdays July 2 – July 23, 2009 from 7:15-9:00 p.m.
Offered via UW Experimental College
Online registration begins June 15th:  https://depts.washington.edu/asuwxpcl/lb-index.php 
Class cost: $64 UW students; $76 General Public
Location: Youngstown Cultural Arts Center, 4408 Delridge Way SW, West Seattle


Explore, fly, dance, soar and spin on trapeze in a safe, fun and supportive environment! In this beginner-level course, students will build strength and gain an understanding of basic aerial technique on the low-flying dance trapeze. No previous dance training or aerial experience is required, but participants should be physically fit and have some upper body and hand strength. All participants must be in good physical condition with no current injuries. This course is appropriate for those new to aerial dance and more experienced students who wish to perfect the basics. 

Contact Charly, aerial dance instructor, at charly@cabiri.org or 206.321.3393 if you have any questions or wish to observe a trapeze class before enrolling. Unless an emergency arises, tuition for all aerial dance classes is non-refundable. Due to limited class sizes and room rental expense, makeup classes are not available.
The Cabiri
Performative Mythology since 1999

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