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Kidoinfo Giveaway: FirstWorks Festival Tickets for Yellow Bird Indian Dancers

Rhode Island Premiere at FirstWorks Festival: Experience the rich cultural legacy of American First Nations! http://www.bronitskyandassociates.com/images/yellowbird2.jpgYellow Bird Indian Dancers, the award-winning Native American dancers perform a repertoire rich in authentic Apache, Southwest and Northern Plains traditions for an experience to be shared with the whole family. Native sign language and flute music animate the beautiful Apache Rainbow Dance and the dynamic Hoop Dance, featuring exceptional performers ranging in age from preschool to adult, including the 2008 World Champion Teen Hoop Dancer.

Thanks to FirstWorks, Kidoinfo is offering four lucky readers two tickets each to see the Yellow Bird Indian Dancers perform on Saturday, October 17 at 2pm.

Simply check out the rules below and email us to enter to win (by Noon EST, Friday, October 9, 2009.).

The Details:

YELLOW BIRD INDIAN DANCERS
Saturday, October 17, 2pm
RISD Auditorium, 17 Canal Walk
Tickets: $10 adult/$1 child

Rules:

Want to win tickets to? Here’s how:

– Email info@kidoinfo.com (with ‘FirstWorks-YELLOW BIRD’ in the subject) and tell us your favorite color!

– One entry permitted per person; US entrants welcome to enter.

– Entry period closes at Noon EST, Friday, October 9, 2009.

– Four winners will receive two tickets ($20 value)!

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  • FirstWorks welcomes groups and can provide a discount for groups with 10 or more adults.

    The Yellow Bird group rate for 10 or more adults is $5 per adult, accompanying kids free – advance purchase is required and would go through Annette Robinson: annette@first-works.org, 401-421-4278.
    This is great for day care centers and parent /community outing groups.

  • The winners of this contest (tickets to see Yellow Bird Indian Dancers) are:
    Allison Kennedy, Maia Aytac, Jackie Fernandes, and Jane Zagott.

    Thanks to all that entered!

Written by Anisa Raoof