Friday, February 27, 2015
 
A Portland, Oregon based Brazilian arts school offering classes, events and more!
Thank you to everyone who came out to enjoy  
Brazilian Carnaval and Costume Party for Kids,  
Brazilian Carnaval PDX 2015 and
Samba N Motion Dance Intensive by Ana Laidley

at the Bahia Brazil Art Center 

The weekend was a success
and we look forward to seeing you again soon!

 

 

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NEW CLASSES!!
at the Bahia Brazil Art Center

2512 SE Gladstone St. #200, Portland, OR 97202


Sundays 2-3:15pm
Samba Dance
with Sheyla Mattos 

click here for more info
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Saturdays 2-3pm 
Afro-Cuban Dance
with Freila Merencio Blanco
click here for more info
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Tuesdays & Thursdays

5-6pm
Kids Capoeira Regional
(ages 8-14)

with Mestre Almiro

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7-8:30pm

Adult Capoeira Regional
(ages 14+)

with Mestre Almiro


See website for Grupo de Capoeira Regional do Brasil and on Facebook


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Tuesdays, Thursdays & Fridays 9-11am
Acro Gym
 with James "Pintado" Grant

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Full week schedule

G.I.R.L.S. Gym
Jiu Jitsu - MMA

with Sarah Oriza

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*PUBLIC HEALTH ANNOUNCEMENT*

Friends, Students, and Guests:
As instructors of children and as good neighbors we are concerned about public health and
wellness. The Center for Disease Control reports that 102 cases of measles were reported throughout 14 states in January. The Oregonian reported yesterday on a confirmed case of measles in nearby Lane County. Rubeola is a viral disease spread by coughing and sneezing. It is extremely contagious. Symptoms may be severe and include fever, cough, runny nose, red eyes, and a characteristic rash. If you have questions or concerns regarding rubeola, immunizations, or the MMR vaccine please discuss these feelings with your family and primary health care provider. We recognize that at this time of year there are many common communicable diseases and encourage regular exercise, a healthy diet, plenty of sleep, and frequent hand washing. If you feel sick or experience symptoms of illness please protect our community and do not come to class. We will be happy to see you return in good health. We welcome your input. Please address any comments to Almiro or to our staff via email.
Axe!