3:00 - 4:00 p.m. Tata Innovation Center, Cornell Tech Campus, Roosevelt Island

Saturday, June 15th, Global Water Dance on Roosevelt Island

"This will be really fun and interesting. Andrea is a Belly Dance instructor and she is excellent.   Global Water Day is an event that is happening around the world at the same time everywhere," Roosevelt Island activist Ellen Polivy told The Daily.

Andrea & the Dancing Rubies Chi, Faina, Shieri, Theresa & Yuri, join a global community of choreographers and dancers performing at 3pm around the world to inspire action and international collaboration on water issues using the universal language of dance. Live percussion by Michael Evans.

FREE & open to the public.

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