According to numerology, thirteen symbolizes upheaval revealing new ground to be broken. A number of great power, it represents genius through hard work and dedication. In tarot, it signifies transition and renewal. Step onto new ground with Hajera Dance Nation as we celebrate the 13th year of Xhibit.
Wilde Studio presents a night of dance exploring the transitions that happen throughout life-in our relationships and in ourselves.
Books for Adults
Books for Children
Books for Pre-Teens and Teens
The First Peoples of North America series by Raymond Bial
This series is great for grades 4 and up.
Looking for more on the topics above? Search the catalog using the following terms:
- Indians of North America
- Indians of North America — Folklore
- Indians of North America — Social life and customs
- Indian Art — North America
- Indian Mythology — North America
- Inuit — Social life and customs
- Native Americans
Originally posted by Toledo Lucas County blogger April S. at ToledoLibrary.org/blog/celebrate-native-american-heritage.
Lisa Meyer and Michael Lang spent over 20 years each as professionals, dancing their way into the hearts of millions, and performing on stages all over the globe, before falling in love themselves on the Broadway stage in New York. Now they share their expertise as instructors at the Toledo Ballet. Each year they dedicate a week to Musical Theatre, Giving the next generation of performers a glimpse of what the professional world of dance is all about.