2017-2018 SEASON
Folklorico Latino De Woodland (FLDW) was established to help local youth develop a sense of pride in their roots and to appreciate their heritage thought the arts, especially Mexican music and dance (Folklorico). One of the primary goals for FLDW is for members of our youth group, through performances and participation in local community activities, to build and promote self-esteem, confidence, and cultural awareness for those in the greater Yolo county region.
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31 years of service

Folklorico Latino de Woodland was founded in 1986 by three members of the Woodland community (James Harvey-Keith, Helena Ochoa, and Marina Ramirez) that saw a need to help local youth develop a sense of pride in their roots and to appreciate their heritage.

We perform dance styles originating from across many states in Mexico including Tamaulipas, Tabasco, Durango, Veracruz, Nuevo Leon, Baja California, and Aguascalientes.

One of our proudest achievements is our commitment to helping our young dancers seek higher education. FLDW has awarded more than thirty-seven member scholarships. We have members that have successfully attended universities at UC Davis, UC Berkeley, and Sacramento State, to name a few.

We are devoted to promoting awareness of Mexican culture and serving our community.

E V E N T S

Folklorico Latino de Woodland is available to for both public and private events offering performances by our troupe ranging in length from 10 minutes to 30 minutes and longer. Our performances in one of our ways in which we raise money to fund our program and provide the beautiful wardrobe that you will see our members in.

Our prices are reasonable and by hiring our organization for your special event you are providing our youth the opportunity to perform in public to build self-esteem and confidence as well as allowing us to promote the rich Mexican Culture. To request a performance and pricing, please fill our and email us this form:
Performance Request form

Saturday November 18th, 7pm

31st Annual Showcase

Folklorico Latino de Woodland will be showcasing it's 31st Annual Showcase entitled Fotos y Recuerdos (Photos and Reminders). The performance will take place at the Richard Brunelle Performance Hall Davis High School in Davis, Ca.

We are happy to present to you traditional Mexican folklorico dances from these Mexican states and regions: Yucatan, Baja California, Jalisco, Tamaulipas, and Veracruz.

This is our premier performance of the year, showcasing our students work thought out the year and is also our primary fundraiser for our non-profit organization.

Come celebrate with us as we demonstrate parts of our Mexican culture.

Thank you for your support.

Tickets may be purchased online at fldwshowcase.brownpapertickets.com
You can also purchase tickets through our members, or by contacting us.

Richard Brunelle Performance Hall
315 W 14th St
Davis, CA 95616

E D U C A T I O N

Folklorico Latino de Woodland offers multiple levels of dance classes to suite your needs and holds practice/rehearsals in Woodland and Sacramento. Classes run from 50 minutes to two hours. Students must be 6 years old.

Youth Classes

Through dance, children and teens can develop self-confidence, physical strength and flexibility, while achieving a healthy balance of self-discipline, positive body image and creative expression. Just as importantly, the kids will have a lot of fun while doing it.

Introduction Level: Monday's and Wednesday's, 6:00pm to 7:00pm
Beginning Level: Tuesday's & Thursday's, 6:15pm to 7:00pm
Intermediate Level: Tuesday's & Thursday's, 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Advanced Level: Monday's & Friday's from 7:00pm to 8:00pm
Address:
555 Kentucky Blvd
Woodland, CA 95695
Tuesdays & Thursdays 8pm

Adult Classes

If you're an adult looking to break out of the hum-drum of work or going to the gym, or interested in taking your first ever Folklorico class, you'll also be amazed at the community and family spirit of support and love for dance here at FLDW. Diversity is our greatest strength, with people of all age and experience levels exercising together and having fun.

Washington Neighborhood Center
400 16th St
Sacramento, CA 95814

Our Board

Martin Robles

President

Faustino Garcia

Vice President

Yesenia Perez

Secretary

Esther Lara

Treasurer

Armando Rodriguez

Board Member

Anisa Vallejo

Board Member

Shera Garcia

Board Member

Joel Garcia

Board Member

Anna Vazquez

Parent Representative

Alejandra Suarez

Parent Representative

Arturo Rodriguez

Adult Representative

Olga Tostado

Wardrobe

Elizabeth Romero

Honorary Board Member

Kenny Ramirez

Honorary Board Member

Our sponsors

Yolo Federal Credit Union

United Way

Bank of the West

Corner Drug Co

Hairloom Salon

Morales Gardening

Philio Renner Olivera Garasanin

Esther Family

Concilio

Send us a message

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P.O. Box 2377
Woodland, CA 95776

fldw1986@yahoo.com
(916) 359-9412

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