Kuru festival is a weekend festival of classical dances and it was held under the full moons during the nights of August 19th and 20th at the Dqae Qare San Lodge, in Gantsi. The festival attracted local dance groups from the San/Basarwa settlements in the Gantsi, Kgalagadi and Okavango, as well as the San groups from Namibia and South Africa. Although the festival was founded to celebrate and preserve San culture, various groups from across the country featuring varied dance styles were also invited. Among other dance styles, Polka dance style from the Kgalagadi area proved very popular. Clad in colourful attire and dancing to equally melodious keyboard tunes, the dancers gracefully floated through the air. CCB hosted a stall at the festival on Saturday 20th to disseminate information. Our team worked wonders, ushering visiting tourists from various countries as well as members of the general public. Visitors to our stall got the opportunity to learn first-hand information about CCB’s role and activities, In addition, school children and teachers also had a chance of getting copies of our informational material, such as pamphlets and DVD’s. Overall, the stall generated much interest in the organisation and its conservation efforts.