Pisces Party at Passport Project!

Submitted by lmcshane on Mon, 03/16/2009 - 20:04.
03/18/2009 - 19:00

Passport Project is so, so happy to present its 5th annual Pisces Party. It's of our DanceAway! Series which means we would LOVE for you to dance with us (but it's open to the shy footed, of course). Carlos Jones & the PLUS Band and the Passport Project Global Dance & Music Collective perform. Light snacks are provided; donations beer and wine.

FREE/Donations (please)

Bring some spare change to help support us by purchasing jewelry, djembe drums or balafons that we brought back from our last trip to Guinea, W. Africa. And, we have our new t-shirts available for purchase!

Peace, Namaste, Wontanara!

Passport Project's mission is to provide exciting educational experiences that build community through the arts, encourage respect for diversity and rejection of racism and negative bias, and inspire a passion for learning and the global community.

Passport Project offers multicultural programs and residencies at schools, at its Global Community Arts Center, and for the community to further this mission. Passport Project does diversity train ing in the corporate setting.

Passport Project is a 501 (c) 3, non-profit organization that has been planting seeds of peace and acceptance since 1998.


Hello All;

Please bring donations to be carried to Guinea, W. Africa to our Community Event on Wednesday, March 18. 7-10PM. Event info: http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=674940627&ref=mf#/event.php?eid=59654286509&ref=ts

Items that are needed:

First Aid kits
Mosquito Nets
Lightly worn shoes, jackets, clothes
Toothbrushes, toothpaste
Cell Phones with chargers

Thank you to all who generously donated in October 2008. We carried 7 big suitcases of donations to Guinea during Passport Project's traditional drum and dance workshop held on Roume Island in Guinea in November and December, 2008.

We hope to see you on Wednesday. All ages event. Free/donations. Peace

If you would like to make a much needed donation of money, please visit the following link (or bring donations to Passport Project; or mail to us at 12803 Buckeye Road, Cleveland, OH 44120):




would you like to dance

dr. bonner wants to know were is the dance  on buckeye ? larua (spelling) if your going to be there
would you like to dance - if your single - they should have dances for yogi-dogs.
i can't dance but i can move it-
yogi and guy


  Next time!  You two would definitely fit into the eclectic crowd last night at Passport Project.  I love Chloe and Ben for embracing all the wonderful variety of life forms found on this planet!  I hope we can get them to perform closer to our neck of the woods.  Peace out!