Samarpana-An Offering of Dance

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April 19, 2010
CONTACT: Sheila Narayanan, sheila_narayanan@hotmail.com, phone:813-961-6120
WHAT INDIAN DANCE PROGRAM – SAMARPANA: An Offering of Dance
WHEN SATURDAY, MAY 8, 2010, 6 pm

WHERE WALTER L. SICKLES HIGH SCHOOL, 7950 GUNN HIGHWAY, TAMPA

WHO

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Samarpana-An Offering of Dance

CONTACT: Sheila Narayanan, sheila_narayanan@hotmail.com, phone:813-961-6120

WHAT CLASSICAL INDIAN DANCE PROGRAM – SAMARPANA: An Offering of Dance

WHEN
SATURDAY, MAY 8, 2010, 6 pm

WHERE
WALTER L. SICKLES HIGH SCHOOL, 7950 GUNN HIGHWAY, TAMPA

WHO

Walter L. Sickles High School

Location

79502 Gunn Highway
Tampa, FL
United States

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