Israeli Folkdance Reno
Join the Fun!
No Dancing at Sinai Sept. 13, 20, 27, or Oct. 4, 11.
High Holy Days 2016 Dance Schedule:
Tuesday September 13, 7-9 PM
Tuesday September 20, 7-9 PM
Tuesday September 27, 7-9 PM
Tuesday October 4, Late Start 7:15-9:00 PM
All at Temple Emanu-el, corner of Lakeside and Manzanita in Reno, Nevada.
Tuesday October 11, No Dancing for Erev Yom Kippur
Tuesday October 18, Back to regular dancing at Temple Sinai, 7-9 PM
The Reno Israeli Dancers meet on Tuesday nights from 7:00-9:00
at Temple Sinai:
in the Social Hall at 3405 Gulling Rd., Reno, NV 89503
Israeli folkdancing is a fun and aerobic recreation that is
popular world-wide among people of all ages and backgrounds.
You do not need a partner, just a sturdy pair of aerobics shoes and
Five dollars donation is requested each Tuesday.
Your first visit is free.
The Reno Israeli Dancers teach dances at the beginning and intermediate
levels from 7:00 to 8:00 each Tuesday, so no prior experience is needed.
From 8:00 to 9:00 the group plays requests from the dancers for songs
ranging from the Yemenite Arab to the European Hasidic traditions.
Almost all of these songs and dances have been created in Israel during
the last two decades.
For more information, you can email
or Yaakov (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Or you can call
Temple Sinai Mon.-Fri. 9:00AM-3:00PM at 775-747-5508, or email
Reno has an International Folkdance Coop as well, that meets 7:30-9:00 Thursday
nights, also at Temple Sinai.
The Coop hosts a monthly
dance 7:00-9:00 PM on the first Saturday of each month, except July
and August, at the Nevada Dance Academy, 1790 W. Fourth St., Reno.
You can get more information on Recreational Israeli Dance at:
This page has no official connections, and is maintained by
John Louie. Please e-mail any comments to
him at johnnlouie(at)yahoo.com.
Dancer logo design by Ronit Woodside of Pasadena, Calif.
Israeli Dancing at Caltech ran from 1970-1997 on Sunday nights, but is no more.
Look at the old page for that group.
There is still Israeli dancing in Pasadena, though, on Tuesday nights at
the Jewish Temple Center, 1434 N Altadena Dr., with Inter. teaching from
7:00-9:30, then open dancing, $5, hosted by Jacob Giron at 714-546-8905.
In November 1995 the Dancers held their Silver Anniversary celebration.
Read an article from the Los Angeles Times
describing the fun!