Learn about the popular art of Bollywood-style dancing and Indian culture, plus get an amazing temporary tattoo with henna—a natural, plant-based dye that’s painted onto the skin (no needles—cringe!). Every participant will get a group Bollywood dance lesson, plus the tattoo. Sounds like SO MUCH FUN, right? Well, sorry, grown-ups, this is just for teens entering grades seven to 12 this fall (but parents are welcome to come and hang out with their teens, if you think your teen might survive the embarrassment of ACTUALLY BEING SEEN WITH A PARENT).
The event—which will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. on Tuesday, June 27, at the Camas Public Library—is totally free, but sign-ups are necessary because there’s limited space and only 25 teens can come. There are still a few spots left, though! To RSVP, call the Camas Library at 360-834-4692. The Camas Library is located at 625 N.E. 4th Ave. in downtown Camas, with plenty of free parking.
Editor’s note: I have a 14-year-old girl and I am TOTALLY GOING TO BE THERE, and maybe I will pick up some hot dance moves. Or maybe they’ll have some extra henna. (I keep my hopes modest, here in my 40s.)