On October 17, 2021, master teacher Lois Flood and Connie DeNault received eight courageous participants to partake in another Isadora Duncan Workshop. Each dancer picked out a colorful silk tunic. After a brief warm-up in the Duncan style of move, the group then explored phrases from six original Isadora Duncan dances; Garland Dance, Sway, Eva Maria,
Dear Valley Women’s Club members – and you all are dear to me! Your membership is essential: to the Club, to the work, to the Valley. Your voices make us heard; your participation makes us effective; your dues and donations make us thrive. We belong to the VWC because we are passionate about the future
While 2018 has been full of issues, activities and new challenges, the Valley Women’s Club also maintains the traditions that bring us together as a community: the General Meeting, the Redwood Mountain Faire, and the Annual River & Road Clean Up. We are also the voice of the Valley in local issues through our relationships with our elected officials.
When does the reconstruction of a piece of choreography become a production in the present? Come find out when master Isadora Duncan historic movement teacher and performer Lois Flood returns to Park Hall in downtown Ben Lomond.