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The Story of Electronics

Workshop - Women on Earth

New Tango website

Designed by Darrel Sherlock, its a website about our tango activities, classes and events predominantly in Cornwall, UK. Visit us at:
www.tangowild.com
See the events page - our next big Tango event 9th & 10th October in Penzance, with DJ Os!!


Alina Orlova's art

Hello and thank you for the chickens!!!!

Yes it finally happened! The 2nd Chicken Run took place in July this year where 70 more families received two chickens each. Thank you all for buying the pepper! Read more about the Chicken Run's charity trip to Cambodia this year. And get involved please!

Dance installation on the rooftops of Truro by Angela Praed!

Little windows into our Buzz Night!

Photos were taken by Rory McDermott.










Today is the Day of the Honey Bee!

""Day of the Honey Bee" was a project that I began May 29,2009 because I saw a problem with general public awareness regarding honey bee losses across the globe. Honey bees are dying at alarming rates in every country where they are raised." - Clinton Ekdah
Support the “Day of the Honey Bee” by signing the petition set up by Clinton E: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/Canada-for-Day-of-the-Honey-Bee Excerpts from the petition: You should be made aware that the Honey Bee has been known by mankind since at least 6000 B.C. as evidenced by rock paintings in Spain found in 1924. Honey Bees have been used by mankind as a food source through domestication since at least 5000 B.C. In that ancient time they were regarded as tears of the Sun God Ra by the Ancient Egyptians and honey was believed to ward against evil spirits. Honey and bee's wax have also been used throughout the Stone Age in medicines and food through to the present day. Today unfortunately, in many ways, M…

29th May - the day of the Honey Bee!

We are turning our Alverne milonga in Penzance into a Buzz Night! - to celebrate, as well as raise awareness of the importance of one of nature’s smallest dancer, the honey bee whose existence is now under threat. There will be mead and honey filled goodies and lots of gold and black dressed dancers - buzzing around in a tango hive style!

Print by Ken Orvidas
If you are in Cornwall, already dancing tango or interested to try it here is the schedule for the workshops and the evening dance:
Lessons with BiljanaIntermediate lesson 3.00pm – Topic ‘Honeyed embrace’Inter/adv lesson 4.30pm – Topic ‘Organic giros’Beginners lesson 6.45pm – Topic ‘How to survive a milonga’Buzz Night! milonga 7.30pm – 10.45pm
Costs:Lessons £10 eachBeginner lesson + milonga £7Milonga only £5
Guy and Biljana will be the DJ’s for the Milonga, playing tunes you can fly to!

Pictures from the Transition 9

We've uploaded photos showing some of the work we've been doing at the Transition 9. Here is a few, the rest are on our art events and gallery page. Any enquiries or comments gladly received... Photos bellow are copyright of Steve Tanner

The great Borges!

TWO ENGLISH POEMS I
The useless dawn finds me in a deserted streetcorner; I have
outlived the night.
Nights are proud waves: darkblue topheavy waves laden with all
hues of deep spoil, laden with things unlikely and desirable.
Nights have a habit of mysterious gifts and refusals, of things
half given away, half, withheld, of joys with a dark
hemisphere. Nights act that way, I tell you.
The surge, that night, left me the customary shreds and odd
ends: some hated friends to chat with, music for dreams,
and the smoking of bitter ashes. The things my hungry
heart has no use for.
The big wave brought you.
Words, any words, your laughter; and you so lazily and incessantly
beautiful. We talked and you have forgotten the words.
The shattering dawn finds me in a deserted street of my city.
Your profile turned away, the sounds that go to make your name,
the lilt of your laughter: these are illustrious toys
you have left me.
I turn them over in the dawn, I lose them,…