By Meg Vermillion
All the way from the shores of Africa’s Lake Victoria to the shores of Lake Michigan, this troupe brings a multitude of musical talents to share with Door County on Saturday, July 9, at the Door Community Auditorium. Rare singing techniques, electrifying choreography, robust hand drumming and percussion sounds will lift you out of your seat. Traditional dancing techniques adapted from the oldest East African folk songs and dances will be on display during their mesmerizing performance.
If you have yet to get your tickets, now is the time. You do not want to miss this enjoyable evening of energetic song, dance and drumming. Let’s give Imuka a resounding and warm welcome to Door County as well as send them back to Africa with ample funds for community health, education and micro-enterprise initiatives in Bukoba, Tanzania.
Tickets are available at the Door Community Auditorium; call 868-2728 or go online to www.dcauditorium.org. This event is sponsored by the UUFDC Social Responsibility Committee, with additional support from UU Fellowship, U-Night, and friends.