Deepali Lindblom is a professional Bollywood and Bhangra dancer. Trained in Kathak, an Indian classical dance, she is also an Actor and a Choreographer.

Deepali's artistic work consists of

- Productions that includes theatre and dance

- Dance class/ workshop for individual or a group.

- Dance performance with her troupe Mix Masala at weddings, festivals, corporate events etc.

- Creating or collaborating for projects that impact communities in a positive way.

If you ever wished to dance Bollywood dance, now is the perfect time.

Roshni, is still looking for participants to participate in their first flashmob project, InTandem - A flashmob of Empathy

InTandem will be presented at the following dates and times. For now.

InTandem, is about inclusion, solidarity and empathy. It is about evoking confidence in our cultural legacy, civic pride, increased democratic values and participation.

In a nation by and of immigrants, it is our springboard for celebrating what is unique and beautiful in each of Colorado’s culturally diverse residents. All the while, raising the issues of identification, acknowledgment and development that is very relevant in our present times.

Rehearsals: Saturdays, March 18 - May 27

Time: 3 - 4.15 pm

Where: 1537 Alton St.
Aurora 80010

Sunday, April 30th at Denver Art Museum at 4.15 pm
Sunday, June 4th at Stanley Marketplace at 4 pm
Saturday, June 27th at Aurora Arts festival

Participation fee: $50 (free for students / seniors / unemployed)

Come dance Bollywood with the refugee/immigrant youth of Aurora or the residents of Champa House. Together we shall learn a choreography which will be presented with other dance groups in our grand celebration on June 3rd, 2017.

Day: Wednesdays

Date: March 15 - May 31 (No class on April 26)

Time: 11 - 11.50 am

Where: Champa House
2544 Champa St.

Participation fee: $50 (scholarship available)

Sunday, April 30th at Denver Art Museum at 3.15 and 4 pm
Saturday, June 3rd at ACAD, 1400 Dallas St, Aurora at 7 pm
Saturday, June 27th at Aurora Arts festival

Two extraordinary women. Both as youth, survived great personal tragedies. Both by strong will and indomitable spirit, chose the path of healing and in time, created a world of incredible beauty, purpose and inspiration.

Come and listen to Trudy Strauss, who turned 102 last week and Lorraine Martin's most joyful memory. Through film and live storytelling, become a part of their journey that will leave you in awe, some tears, some warm stirrings deep in your soul and a big happy smile in the end.

Project Tell my Memory is an attempt to preserve one delightful memory of the very seniors. Through storytelling and video, we shall play it back to them. And in this way, forever capture a cherished memoir.

Because memories sometimes shape humanity.

Saturday, June 3rd at ACAD, 1400 Dallas St, Aurora at 7 pm

Humankind has not woven the web of life, we are but one thread within it. Whatever we do to the web, we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect. ~ Chief Si'ahi, Duwamish Tribe ~