The Society of Folk Dance Historians (SFDH)
International Folkdance Camp Revival
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Information: The International Folkdance Camp Revival is an amazing international folk dance weekend with great teachers.
Revival was first held in 1972 by Moshe Eskayo and were ten days long! After running International camps, Moshe started annual and semiannual Israeli folkdance camps in 1979. The restarted IFCs ("IFC Reunions") began in 2005, through 2013. The Revival of IFC, started in 2018, to honor Moshe's contributions to the folk dance world.
The camp is held at the Circle Lodge on scenic Sylvan Lake in Hopewell Junction, New York in May.
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