Panamanian Tembleques workshop -Free-

Free class conducted by Maximo Ballesteros

free class conducted by Maximo Ballesteros on November 13th at Perinton Community Center

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Hair ornaments called tembleques are an important part of Panamanian traditional dress. They are called “tembleques,” which means trembling or shaking, because they are made of very delicate, flexible materials that shake when the wearer makes any sort of movement while dancing or walking.


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