We are proud to announce that the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs has awarded us a 2017 Cultural Development Fund award, in partnership with the City Council. Thank you! We are so grateful for the support that has been offered to our project.
Check it out! Singing Winds is featured in this Partnership for Parks video!
We want to express our gratitude to Partnership for Parks, for supporting Singing Winds’ activities and festivals in Albemarle Playground since 2013.
The resources you offer are invaluable for community groups with a vision for their local park.
On behalf of all the children and families who love Albemarle Playground, thank you! We pledge to care for this public space with dedication and joy!
Ballet Folklórico de Nuevos Horizones
The Singing Winds presents “The Lions and Dragons Dance – a children’s celebration of the Lunar New Year” featuring special guests from the Wan Chi Ming Hung Gar Institute.
2015 is the Year of the Sheep! Come celebrate the Lunar New Year with Lion Dance, Fan Dance, shadow puppets, riddles and stories from China. With a special presentation by the Wan Chi Ming Hung Gar Institute, “The Lions and Dragons Dance” will introduce you to some of the legends and traditional customs associated with this ancient celebration.
Recommended for all ages! Wear Red!
Doors open at 6:00 p.m. for food, crafts and activities.
Where: PS 230 auditorium, 1 Albemarle Road
When: Friday, February 27 at 6:30 p.m.
The Singing Winds: Storytelling from Around the World project is now incorporated as a not-for-profit organization!
The initial Board of Directors will be Nadine Myers-Guilloteau, Parent Coordinator at PS 230 serving as President; Jacqueline Reinier, Singing Winds Project Director serving as Treasurer; and Cynthia Fortozo, Cultural Advisor and Teaching Artist serving as Secretary.
Thank you to everyone who has supported Singing Winds since its inception in 2011. We are so excited to enter this new chapter of our story!
Due to inclement weather, “The Lions and Dragons Dance” has been rescheduled for Friday, February 15 at 7:00 p.m.
We hope you’ll be able to join us!