“Traditions of Chinese Acrobatics” is a one-woman acrobatic performance presented at 10 and 11:30 a.m., Saturday, July 17 by Li Liu in the Darien Library courtyard.
She performs hand balancing, plate spinning, ribbon dancing, Chinese Yo-yos and foot juggling.
— an announcement from Darien Library
A limited number of volunteers get to create an impromptu ribbon dance, and to try their hand at plate spinning. Educational connections are made with the Chinese language and culture.
Li explains some of the rituals of Chinese New Year, teaches the audience some basic Chinese phrases, and encourages them to think about what it might have been like to grow up in a different time and place.
If the weather will be unfavorable on the day of an outdoor program, we will contact registered participants to let them know of any changes.
Register every member of your family (including adults) who plan to attend the event. If you do not register each member of your party in advance, we may not have available seating for them.
If you need any assistance with registering, please email Samantha Cardone at email@example.com!
Library Mask Guidelines
Participants over the age of 2 should wear a mask at all times while in the Library building and in the Courtyard when social distancing is not possible. Presenters who are located more than six feet away from attendees may remove their mask to provide clear instructions. The health and safety of our patrons is paramount to us. Thank for your cooperation!
Due to the space limitations, masks are required at this outdoor program.