United World College Hosts International Dance Event

March 26, 2010

United WorldCollege in Santa Ana, southwest of San José, is hosting its annual Mozaico Dance event April 8 at 7:30 p.m. Performers are students from the college, ranging in age from 16 to 20 and representing 67 countries. This promises to be an event for the entire family, with wonderful costumes and choreography. The show is one night only. Tickets are available at the college and at Robin’s Kitchen in the western suburb of Escazú Centro. VIP seating is ¢12,000 (about $23) and regular seating is ¢6,000 ($11). Proceeds will benefit student scholarships.

United WorldCollege is an International Baccalaureate program and offers many activities related to world peace, environmentalism and cultural diversity throughout

the year. The campus is 400 meters north of the southeast corner of the church in Santa Ana Centro. For more information, visit www.uwccr.com or call 2282-5609.

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