Dick Oakes

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Dick Oakes

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Oakes Coat of Arms Dick Oakes grew up in Washington state, where he excelled in trampoline and diving. Dick folk danced a few times at the International Folk Dancers of Richland, his hometown, but it wasn't until several years later, while in the U.S. Navy stationed in San Diego, California, that he really got "hooked." He danced in San Diego at Cabrillo Folk Dancers with Vivian Woll and at the San Diego Folk Dancers, learning styles and teaching techniques from Louis & Nancy Denov, and did his first performing there with John Hancock's Dolina Cigany and Vyts Beliajus' Viltis Dancers.

Following his honorable discharge from the Navy, he moved to Los Angeles, then the major center of folk dancing in the Southland, where he married and fathered a daughter.

He received a scholarship to the Santa Barbara Folk Dance Conference. Later that year, he was asked to teach a Federation Workshop in Long Beach, which was the beginning of his folk dance teaching "career." He has also received the Elizabeth Sanders Scholarship, the Gandy Dancers Scholarship, Research and Standardization Committee Scholarship, and the Westwood Co-op Scholarship. He went on to teach Federation Institutes in Long Beach, San Diego, Garden Grove, and Los Angeles.

Along with his friend Alex Wilson, Dick put on two Floating Kolo Party sessions in Boulder, Colorado.

Dick taught at many folk dance coffee houses in both Northern and Southern California, such as

[ Dick Oakes teaching at the Intersection in 1970 ]

Dick Oakes, Myrtle Hoppe, and Vyts Beliajus, VILTIS Party 22 Oct 1977 Dick and Vilma Matchette contributed to a show titled "A Decade in Retrospect" for The UCLA Museum of Cultural History in Los Angeles at the Frederick S. Wright Art Gallery, where works from Asia, Europe, The Near East, Africa, North and South America, and Indonesia and Oceania were drawn mostly from museum collections.

Some of the many instructors from whom Dick has learned dances are

  • Frances Ajoian
  • Don Allen
  • George and Irina Arabagi
  • Don Armstrong
  • Pece Atanasovski
  • Ed Austin
  • Schlomo Bachar
  • Glen Bannerman
  • Vyts Beliajus
  • René Besné
  • Louise Bilman
  • Sunni Bloland
  • František Bonuš
  • Dennis Boxell
  • Iliana Bozhanova
  • Tom Bozigian
  • Vonnie Brown
  • Billy Burke
  • Chang Ching-shan
  • Hazel Chung
  • Eugene Ciejka
  • Gary Coyne
  • Dick Crum
  • Andor Czompo
  • Dani Dassa
  • Alexandru David
  • Mihai David
  • Ciga Despotović
  • Sonia Dion
  • Jimmy Drury
  • Nelda Drury
  • Jerry Duke
  • Elsie Dunin
  • Gretel Dunsing
  • Richard Duree
  • Ada Dziewanowska
  • Jaś Dziewanowski
  • Peter Eccles
  • Ya'akov Eden
  • Gordon Engler
  • Fred and Mary Enholm
  • Moshe Eskayo
  • Robin Evanchuk
  • Vincent Evanchuk
  • Fay Feree
  • John Filcich
  • Christian Florescu
  • Joan Friedberg
  • Ghanima Gaditana
  • Bora Gajicki
  • Ned and Marion Gault
  • Morry and Nancy Gelman
  • Merilyn Gentry
  • Michael Ginsburg
  • Barry Glass
  • Ed and Carol Goller
  • Jim Graham
  • Joe Graziosi
  • Madelynne Greene
  • Moshiko Halevy
  • John Hancock
  • Alma Hawkins
  • Germain and Louise Hébert
  • Jerry Helt
  • Graham Hempel
  • David Henry
  • Mary Ann Herman
  • Shalom Hermon
  • Nicholaas Hilferink
  • Rickey Holden
  • Ron Houston
  • Thea Huijgen
  • Dale Hyde
  • Stan Isaacs
  • Anthony Ivancich
  • Daniela Ivanova-Vayan
  • Per and Margareta Jennische
  • Željko Jergan
  • Bruce Johnson
  • Nick Jordanoff
  • Anatol Joukowsky
  • Gurit Kadman
  • Cavit Karagöz
  • Athan Karras
  • Chris Kermiet
  • Paul and Pauline Kermiet
  • Ercüment Kılıç
  • Martin Koenig
  • Atanas Kolarovski
  • Steve Kotansky
  • Ed Kremers
  • Jaap Leegwater
  • Monique Legaré
  • Bob Leibman
  • Lisa Lekis
  • Roo Lester
  • Morley Leyton
  • Jerry Joris Lindsay
  • Dean Linscott
  • James Lomath
  • Sanna Longden
  • Laris Lucaci
  • Ahmet Lüleci
  • Paula Luv
  • Kálmán Magyar
  • Vicki Maheu
  • Miraslav "Bata" Marčetić
  • Tom Masterson
  • Vilma Matchette
  • Joe Miller
  • Carolyn Mitchill
  • Yves Moreau
  • Marcus Holt Moskoff
  • Sonny Newman
  • Sean and Una O'Farrell
  • Lee Otterholt
  • Margalit Oved
  • Bora Özkök
  • David Paletz
  • Csaba Pálfi
  • John Pappas
  • Rene'e Park
  • Bernardo T. Pedere
  • Ted Petrides
  • Albert Pill
  • Bill Pillich
  • Eugenia Popescu-Judetz
  • Richard Powers
  • Emilio Pulido
  • Mikki Revenaugh
  • Dave Rosenberg
  • Nikos Savvidis
  • Jim Schlesinger
  • Anthony Shay
  • Paul Sheldon
  • Diki Shields
  • Katina Shields
  • David Shochat
  • John Skow
  • Dave and Fran Slater
  • C. Stewart Smith
  • Alison Snow
  • Ingvar Sodal
  • John Sofios
  • Ted Sofios
  • Nena Šokčić
  • Rivka Sturman
  • Chris Tasulis
  • Bonnie (B.J.) Thomas
  • John Tiffany
  • Tibor Toghia
  • George Tomov
  • Gordon Tracie
  • Donna Tripp
  • Rudy Ulibarrí
  • Elizabeth Ullrich
  • Richard Unciano
  • Theodor and Lia Vasilescu
  • Millie von Konsky
  • Rubi Vučeta
  • Larry Weiner
  • Alex Wilson
  • Ron Wixman
  • Lucy Wnuk
  • Vivian Woll
  • Israel Yakovee

Dick Oakes Dick completed two national / international teaching tours in 1976 and 1977 through Instructours, which was coordinated by Diki Shields. Dick's unique teaching style, humorous presentation, ability to accurately convey not only the steps but, more importantly, the style of many varied nationalities, and feeling for the learning process, make him a much sought after teacher for camps, workshops, institutes, seminars, and conferences.

The sound movies and stereo slides he took in Bulgaria, Romania, and Yugoslavia are an entertaining source of folkloric research material – especially those of the Koprivštica Festival during Bulgaria's 1300th anniversary and Romania's Tismana Festival. Dick's dance notes, maps of various countries, folk dance songs, pronunciation guides, and teaching resources also are helpful tools.

As one of this country's fine folk dance performers, Dick has been seen on television in California, Colorado, and Oklahoma – at times directing his own groups for these shows. Dick appeared as a Greek dancer in the Hollywood film for television "Star Maker." He was a member of Anthony Shay's Village Dancers and later a performer with Shay's famed AMAN Folk Ensemble, performing in Croatian, Bulgarian, and Romanian suites.

His list of performing credits includes such groups as

VIDEO: Reit im Winkl Schuhplattler

Dick Oakes and Lynn Callahan, G.T.E.V. D'Isartaler
IN SLOW MOTION

VIDEO: Highlife

Dick Oakes, Lighted Lantern Camp

He also has choreographed suites for the Hungarian performing group Betyárok and the Gandy Dancers.

[ International Folk Dancing USA ] His other activities and accomplishments are numerous. Active in a leadership role, Dick has held office in several folk dance groups, such as Treasurer of Dolina Cigany, Vice President of Westwood Co-op, and Treasurer of the Gandy Dancers, as well as in the Folk Dance Federation of California (South) as President, Director of Extension, Director of Membership, Parliamentarian, and chairperson of several committees, including Costume, Directory, Finance, Nominating, Special Publications, and Standard Operating Procedures. He was active on the Santa Barbara Folk Dance Conference and San Diego State University Folk Dance Conference committees, the Beginner Class Committee, the Beginner Festival Committee, the Costume Committee, and the Research and Standardization Committee of the Federation. With Paul Pritchard, Dick was the first co-editor of Folk Dance Scene Southern California's folk dance news magazine and was a staff artist for the Viltis Folklore Magazine (he designed a cover page header, some other graphics, and the cover of Vyts Beliajus' Ave Maria titled "Sveika Marija). He also edited the California Folk Dance Directory and the Rocky Mountain Folk Dance Directory. He wrote the chapter on Yugoslavian Folk Dancing in the book from Doubleday, International Folk Dancing U.S.A., compiled by Betty Casey.

Greek Orthodox Church, Western Dioces Annual Youth Folk Dance Festival He taught a dance conference in Seattle, Washington, at Camp Long called the "Summer Dance Camp" (July 26-31, 1971), teaching along with Sonny Newman, who directed the camp, and Joan Englander.

Dick organized several folk dance functions and was co-director, with Diki Shields, of the successful Holiday Camp folk dance conference in the San Bernardino mountains of Southern California. (In 1984, Dick and Diki also collaborated by producing the Holiday Weekend of folk dancing in Idyllwild, California.) In addition, he served on judging committees for the Greek Orthodox Youth Folk Dance Festival for the Western Diocese of the Greek Orthodox Church of America. Dick was also elected to the position of Membership Chairman of the Colorado Folk Arts Council, serving with Vyts Beliajus, was on the Advisory Board of the California Traditional Music Society (CTMS), and the advisory board of the AMAN Folk Ensemble. Dick was a contributor to the UCLA Museum of Ethnic Arts Gallery Showing of "The Balkans, Costume and Folk Art." He also was director of the Simi Valley Folk Dancers (Simi Valley, California), the Fort Collins Folk Dancers (Fort Collins, Colorado), and co-directed the Hungarian Ídiom Dancers with Sandi Wodicka.

Dick has taught at many venues, among them

Some of the Southern California folk dance clubs at which Dick taught are Dick Oakes

He has taught in more than 75 cities in the United States and Canada and taught Balkan dances to hundreds of Chinese folk dancers in Taiwan, Hong Kong, and mainland China. Among these cities are

ARIZONA

  • Phoenix
  • Tucson

CALIFORNIA

  • Anaheim
  • Berkeley
  • China Lake
  • Claremont
  • Conejo Valley
  • Crestline
  • Hollywood
  • Irvine
  • Laguna Beach
  • Long Beach
  • Los Angeles
  • Malibu
  • Oak Glen
  • Oakland
  • Ojai
  • Palo Alto
  • Palos Verdes
  • Pasadena
  • Reseda
  • Ridgecrest
  • Riverside
  • San Bernardino
  • San Diego
  • San Francisco
  • San Jose
  • San Luis Obispo
  • San Pedro
  • Santa Barbara
  • Santa Cruz
  • Santa Maria
  • Santa Monica
  • South Bay
  • Ventura
  • West Los Angeles
  • Yucaipa

COLORADO

  • Boulder
  • Denver
  • Durango
  • Fort Collins
  • Golden
  • Pueblo

FLORIDA

  • Miami

HAWAII

  • Honolulu

IOWA

  • Des Moines

KANSAS

  • Kansas City
  • Lawrence

LOUISIANA

  • Baton Rouge

MASSACHUSETTS

  • Boston

MARYLAND

  • Baltimore
  • Columbia

MICHIGAN

  • Detroit

MISSOURI

  • Kansas City

NEW JERSEY

  • Paramus

NEW MEXICO

  • Albuquerque
  • Los Alamos
  • Montezuma

NEW YORK

  • Binghamton
  • Buffalo
  • Manhattan
  • New York City
  • Queens

OHIO

  • Akron
  • Cleveland

OKLAHOMA

  • Lawrence
  • Tulsa

OREGON

  • Corvallis
  • Eugene
  • Portland

TEXAS

  • Arlington
  • Austin
  • Comfort
  • Dallas
  • El Campo
  • Houston
  • Kernville
  • Midlothian
  • San Antonio
  • Waco

PENNSYLVANIA

  • Philadelphia
  • Pittsburgh

UTAH

  • Salt Lake City

VIRGINIA

  • Harrisonburg
  • Virginia Beach

WASHINGTON

  • Richland
  • Seattle
  • Tacoma

WEST VIRGINIA

  • Wheeling

WYOMING

  • Laramie

BRITISH COLUMBIA

  • Edmonton

ONTARIO

  • Kitchener
  • Ottawa
  • Toronto

TAIWAN

  • Kaoshiung
  • Taichung
  • Taipei

HONG KONG

  • Hong Kong
  • Kowloon
Dick Oakes, 2002

Dick holds two awards, 2014 Traveling with his wife, Carol, Dick also taught folk dances on one of Rae Tauber's OPA! Folklore Tours through Bulgaria, Romania, and Yugoslavia, and on one of Mel Mann's Dance on the Water cruises to Alaska. Dick and Carol moved from Southern California to Colorado's front range. Carol died on May 21, 2013 of complications resulting from gall bladder cancer.

Dick dropped out of the teaching and eventually the dancing scene in the late 1980s after his left knee gave out. He had surgery to replace his left and right knees and is now dancing and teaching again.

In 2008, Dick donated hundreds of his folk dance records and most of his folk dance notes and books to the Society of Folk Dance Historians in Austin, Texas, run by Ron Houston.

Dick received the National Folk Dance Organization U.S.A. "Preserving Our Heritage Award" for a lifetime of achievement in folk dance and folk arts, and also the San Antonio Folk Dance Festival "National Dance Award" in recognition of contributions to folk dancing in Texas and in the United States, both in 2014.

Among Dick's publications and articles are:

Dances that Dick has taught at camps, workshops, seminars, institutes, and conferences include Dick Oakes, October 11, 2013

16-Count Tsamikos, A Ja Zo Šariša, Ais Giorgis, Alunelul ca la Sadova, Alunelul de la Cerna, Ampuieţii, Appalachian Big Circle Clog, Apat-Apat, Arkan, Bakmes från Transtrand, Baltă II, Băltăreasca, Bashana Haba'a, Bat Tsurim, Bătrîneasca din Vicov, Bătută, Bavno Oro, Bela Rada, Biserka-Bojarka, Brâul lui Ioşca, Brâul lui Zbîrcea, Brâul Oltenesc, Brâul pe Opt, Brâul Românesc, Bre Devojče, Bučimiš, Ca la Uşa Cortului, Čačak, Čarlama, Čerešna, Čerešničky, Čérni Potök, Chindia, Ciganski Orijent, Cimpoi, Ciocârlanul, Cioful de la Vatra Dornei, Cîrligul, Ciuleandra, Cotton-Eyed Joe, Čukaričko Kokonješte, Dabke Ba'albakia, Dajčovo Horo, Davoljike Dajke, Denjovo Horo, Der Schlederer, Divčibarsko Kolo, Dobrudjanska Pandela, Dobrudjanska Rŭka, Dorčolka Kolo, Doudlebská Polka, Dramskoto Horo, Drmeš iz Zdenčine, Dunda Kolo, Dura, Džingurica, El Ginat Egoz, Ententanz, Familijevalsen, Fatiše Kolo, Dick Oakes, 2014 Fjäskern, Floricica Oltenească, Gammalhambo, Gammalpolska, Gammalschottis, Gjuševska Râčenica, Glamoć, Ha'eer Beafor, Hambopolska, Hasapiko, Hasaposerviko, Highlife, Hora Boerească, Hora de la Însurăţei, Hora de la Medgidia, Hora din Goicesti, Hora Fetelor, Hora Olteneasca, Hora Ploii, Hora Spoitorilor, Învârtita din Luna Turda, Iţele, Jianul, Joc de Leagăne, Joshua, Jovinata, Kačerac, Kalamatianos, Kalendara, Karsilamas, Katerena, Katia, Kiša Pada, Kjustendilska Râčenica, Kokonješte, Kopačka, Kostursko Oro, Kriči Kriči Tiček I, Krumovo Horo, Kūbilas, La Bastringue, Lach Yerushalayim, Lesnoto Oro, Ličko Kolo, Lipa ma Marýca, Makazice, Makedonikos Horos, Malo Kolo, Maloj Mome, Maričensko Pravo Horo, Mayim, Milanovo Kolo, Misirlou, Miteritsa, Mureşanca, Nama Drmeš Medley, Našlys, Neda Grivne, Niška Banja, Noriu Miego, Novozagorsko Horo, Oee Naze, Oh Johnny, Oláhos, Orlovskaya, Ovčepolsko Oro, Păhărelul, Pajduška, Palóc Csárdás II, Pandalaš, Pasarelska, Pentozali (Two-Figure), Pentozali (Six-Figure), Pidichtos Tsamikos, Pinosavka, Pinosavka II, Piperana, Plovdivska Râčenica, Pokupski Plesovi, Politiko Syrto, Polka Wengierka, Pongauer Waltzer, Pookie, Pop Goes the Weasel, Posavski Drmeš I, Pravo Horo, Prekid Kolo, Preplet, Prorupta, Râčenica, Radomirsko Horo, Reit im Winkl Schuhplattler, Roata din Bihor, Robin Ddiog, Rokoko Kolo, Rørospols, Rustemul, Sandansko Horo, Sarajevka, Sârba pe Bătaie, Sârba pe Loc, Savila se Bela Loza, Sedi Donka, Šestorka iz Bela Palanka, Šetnja, Sev Acherov Aghcheek, Šilovačko, Sitna Zborenka, Skudrinka, Skuizkâ Râčenica, Slängpolska från Skåne, Slavjanka, Snoa, Sojanca, Šokuc, Sønderhoning, Šopsko Horo, Srbijanka, Staro Planinsko, Staro Ratarsko, Strandžansko Horo, Strumička Petorka, Sukačica, Suktinis, Svrljiški Čačak, Syrtaki, Syrtos, Széki-Lassú, Szökkenós, Talima, Ţărăncuţa, Ţărînă de la Abrud, Teško Oro, Tetovsko Oro, Texas Star, Tin Tin, Tokyo Dontaku, To Ting, Trŭgnala Rumjana, Trakijska Râčenica, Trava Trava, Trei Păzeşte din Bîrca, Tresenica, Trite Pâti, Trojanac, Tsamikos, U Šest Koraka, Vari Hasapiko, Vėdaras, Vetter Michel, Virginia Reel, Vlaško Oro, Vossarull, Vranjanka, Vranjsko Kolo, Vrni se Vrni, Western Trio Mixer, Wrth Fynd Hefo Deio i Dydyn, Yehoshua, Žabarka, Zaječarka, Zajko Kokorajko, Zdroboleanca, Zeybekiko, Žiogelis, Zizaj Nane, Zonaradikos, and Zwiefacher.


GENERAL FLYERS AND ADVERTISING

Idimo

Idimo
May 25, 1970

  Congenial Feet

Floating Kolo Party
January 13, 1972

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Congenial Feet
April 15, 1972

 
Congenial Feet

Floating Kolo Party
March 24, 1973

  Viltis 32, May 19, 1973

Viltis 32
May 19, 1973

  Viltis 32, May 19, 1973

Lighted Lantern
July 8, 1973

Ventura County

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Ventura County
 

  Valley Youth

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Ventura County

Lighted Lantern
1974

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Advertising in Folk Dance Scene
1975

Hoolyeh

Hoolyeh
April 1976

  Superparty

Super Party
April 4, 1976

  Chula Vista

UC Irvine
April 14, 1976

  Tuls

Tulsa
June 11-12, 1976

Instructours Flyer 1976

Instructours Flyer
1976

  Hawaii 1976

San Diego After Party
1976

  Hawaii 1976

Hawaii
1976

  U of U

University of Utah
February 23, 1977

  Tacoma

Totem FD Festival
March 11, 1977

  Fort Collins

Fort Collins
June 11, 1977

Roberson

Roberson
October 7, 1977

  Viltis 36

Viltis 36
October 22, 1977

  Houston 1977

Houston
November 5, 1977

  Kansas City

Kansas City
November 9, 1977

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Holiday Camp
December 26, 1977

Lighted Lantern

Lighted Lantern
June 18, 1978

  Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge
October 27, 1978

  Baton Rouge

Baton Rouge
October 28, 1978

Houston 1978

Houston
1978

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Houston
1978

MIT

MIT
April 1, 1979

  Edmonton

Edmonton
November 3, 1979

  Houston 1979

Houston
1979

Merhaba

Merhaba
April 19, 1980

  Merhaba

Balkan Picnic
August 17, 1980

  Oakes in Hawaii 1980

Hawaii
1980

Hillel

Hillel
March 20, 1981

  Ontario

Ontario Folk Dance Camp
1981

  Opa Tours

Opa Tours
August 2 to 25, 1981

IFDC Catalina

IFDC Catalina
April 17, 1981

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IFDC Catalina
April 17, 1981

  IFDC Catalina

IFDC Catalina
April 17, 1981

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IFDC Catalina
April 17, 1981

International Rendezvous

International Rendezvous
June 19, 1982

  Haverim

Haverim
 

  Haverim

Salt Lake City
 

Shopper Personality

Shopper Personality
April 14, 1983

  3rd San Buenaventura Folk Dance Festival, July 23, 1983

San Buenaventura
July 23, 1983

  3rd San Buenaventura Folk Dance Festival, July 23, 1983

Folk Dance Cruise
December 26 to 30, 1983

Durango

Durango
August 2, 1985

  New Mexico August Camp 1985

New Mexico August Camp
August 8, 1985

  Durango

Teacher Training
October 5, 1985

  Idyllwild

Idyllwild
June 20, 1986

Camp Hess Kramer

AMAN Orchestra
January 3, 1987

  Idyllwild June 19-26, 1987

Idyllwild
June 19 to 26, 1987

  Five Cities

Five Cities
July 18, 1987

Camp Hess Kramer

Camp Hess Kramer
October 9 to 11, 1987

  Veselo Selo

Veselo Selo
November 7, 1987

Summer Solstice January 3, 1988

Summer Solstice Residency Camp
January 3, 1988

  Summer Solstice Festival 06/17/88

Summer Solstice Festival
June 17 to 19, 1988

  Dance on the Water

Dance Water
August, 1988

  Dance on the Water

Dance on Water
August 14 to 28, 1988

Aman Institute

AMAN Institute
March 4, 1989

  Return of the Phoenix

Return of the Phoenix
June 7, 1992

  Teacher Training - Oakes and Duree - March 20 and 21, 2004

Teacher Training
March 20 & 21, 2004

  The Intersection Reunion 6/24/2006

Intersection Reunion
June 24, 2006

Balkan Birthday Bash

Balkan Birthday Bash
November 28, 2009

  Balkan Birthday Bash

Balkan Birthday Bash
March 27, 2010

  Balkan Birthday Bash

Balkan Birthday Bash
March 28, 2010

  Balkan Birthday Bash

Balkan Birthday Bash
March 28, 2010

Balkan Birthday Bash

Richland Festival
October 3-4, 2014

  Balkan Birthday Bash

Balkan Birthday Bash
November 29, 2014


SYLLABI COVERS

Oakes 1977 U.S.-Canada Tour Syllabus Cover

U.S.-Canada Tour
1977

  Oakes 1977 U.S.-Canada Tour Syllabus Contents

U.S.-Canada Tour (Contents)
1977

Oakes at Narodni 1982

Narodni
January 21, 28 & March 25, 1982

  Oakes in Phoenix 1987

Phoenix
November 14, 1987

  Oakes at NFO Conference 2009

NFO
April 16 to 19, 2009

  Oakes at Rudy Ulibarri's memorial party

Ulibarri Memorial Party
April 4, 2012

Birthday Bash Syllabus

Birthday Bash
March 27, 2010

  Oakes in Tulsa 2010

Tulsa
May 14 to 16, 2010

  Veselo Selo flyer, October 19, 2013

Veselo Selo
October 19, 2013


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Cafe Ami

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The Intersection

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Veselo Selo

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FOLK DANCE SCENE COVERS

Folk Dance Scene Cover, November 2002

Scene, November 2002
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  Folk Dance Scene Cover, September 2006

Scene, September 2006
Santa Barbara, 1968

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Scene, October 2007
Dick Oakes, Don Green