Ballarat Harmony Festival – SUN March 24

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The Ballarat Harmony Festival this Sunday 24th March – 1:15pm

Everyone is Welcome..

We all can meet at the CFdB School at 11.30AM and leave from there,

if you are coming let Mestre Val knows.

Wear: White and clean uniform.

- Mestre Val Boa Morte

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VENTANA STREET FIESTA: SAT March 16

SATURDAY March 16 2013

Ventana Street Fiesta FRANKSTON

11:30am – 3:30pm


Celebrating Yemanja – Queen of the Sea,

Oxun – Queen of the River & the Pachamama – Mother Earth.

Pachamama Yemanja Oxum

Ventana Street Fiesta 2013 Opening


ATTENTION: All Capoeiristas are invited to Celebrate with us

Especially Capoeira Filhos da Bahia Students.

Make sure you all wear white Clean Capoeira Clothing.


We are all meeting at Frankston Beach at 11.30 AM.

Please confirm your presence thanks.

- Mestre Val Boa Morte


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MOOMBA FESTIVAL: SAT March 9

Saturday 9 March 2013 from 3-4pm

Cultural Quarter, Birrarung Marr


Capoeira Performance & Workshop


Capoeira CFdB St Kilda Festival 2013


HI Everyone, be there around 2:30pm

Please confirm your attendence, so we can organize our time better

Wear ALL WHITE uniform

Thanks

-Mestre Val Boa Morte

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St Kilda Festival – SUN 10 FEB

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Come along to this years St Kilda Festival on Sunday 10 February 2013

and support the cast from DanceCity Productions and Capoeira Filhos da Bahia School

who are joining forces to present Brazilian cultural and dance at its best!

Our 1st performance is at the Latin Quarter Stage from 2pm – 3pm

Check out our Capoeira and Samba Show (20mins) then Filhos da Bahia capoeira school demo til 3pm

Next experience Rio Carnival style street performances in Jacka Blvd from 3.00pm til 5.30pm (opposite St Kilda Sea Baths)

Hear the infectious samba rhythms and Brazilian beats played by our percussionists with DanceCity’s gorgeous Samba Queens showcasing Samba at it’s finest! Then get set to experience Brazilian Martial Arts known as Capoeira. Then our audiences will be able to participate in our Axe dance off!!!

Our shows are fun, energetic and interactive…

Be great to see you there!

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Kids Classes START TODAY

2013 KICKS OFF – Kid’s Capoeira Classes

Kids Classes Starts Today at 4.30-5.30Pm.
So Wednesday 7 Friday at 4.30-5.30pm & Saturday at 10-11Am.
Numbers are limited, so book your kids place now.
$55 a Month or $150 per term.

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February @ CFdB School

Come & Enjoy learning “Mestre Bimba Style” CAPOEIRA REGIONAL

In commemoration of the Anniversary of his Death, we’ll be learning Mestre Bimba’s Sequences, Music & Games during FEBRUARY – from MONDAY 4th Feb – SATURDAY 16th Feb 2013!!

  • Capoeira Regional Workshops, Rodas, Music & more…
  • Come & Join in! Share in the ENERGY – Have fun!

So, let’s all SHARE THE BRILLIANCE of MESTRE BIMBA’s Capoeira with our friends & loved ones!

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Happy Australia Day JAN 26th

Hi everyone tomorrow the 26 January Australia Day will be not class, classes back in Monday as normal.. Happy Australia Day to you all

- Mestre Val Boa Morte

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Article: BRIGHT SPARK! It’s never too late to learn

its never too late to learn

ARTICLE: Herald Sun JAN 22, 2013 (page 80)

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(Pictured) BRIGHT SPARK: Edval Boa Morte Santos enrolled at NMIT after being a martial arts instructor.

It’s never too late to learn

NMIT is set to deliver Edval Boa Morte Santos a new career at age 46.

Santos has been a martial arts instructor for the past 31 years and moved to Australia from his native Brazil 20 years ago.

But he is no stranger to the electrical field, having followed a course in Brazil in his teens.

“I worked with my father who was a builder,” he said. “That was until I travelled overseas.”

After earning his living in Australia by teaching capoeira, a Brazilian martial art, Santos decided it was time for a change and completed his electrical appreticeship at NMIT last year.

“I have decided I would like to do something new and start again. I want to make a better life and be a good example to my kids,” says the father of six.

Because English is not his first language, completing the pre-appreticeship was not easy, Santos says, but he appreciates the help he recieved at NMIT.

“Everyone was very helpful and I was very happy with the support they gave me,” he said.

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