EM Creative Productions is hosting FREE grassroots Sharing Dance day events in Collingwood and Meaford, and you’re invited! And we mean EVERYONE is invited to take part, parents, children, grandparents, people on their own, people with movement challenges, people who just want to move! No experience required, only a love of dance.
How can you get involved?
We will be leading free weekly dance classes starting in March throughout a number of local communities, all in preparation for a number of Sharing Dance Day events here in our communities. Performances will be held on June 3rd and Canada Day, with times and locations TBD. We have invited various cultural groups and local artists to participate in this exciting celebration of Canada and are very excited to have Collingwood and Meaford participate.
Check out http://www.nbs-enb.ca/Sharing-Dance/What-is-Sharing-Dance to learn more about how you can get involved. Here you will also find online video resources, and tutorials for you to learn and practice along with at home.
You don’t have to commit to any one rehearsal, and can come to a variety of both days depending on what works best for you schedule. The amazing online resources also mean you can learn at home, on your own time.
The full schedule is available @ www.emcreativeproductions.com.
Central Park Arena, Paterson Street, Collingwood, ON
Sharing Dance is the community initiative of Canada’s National Ballet School, offering free dance programs for all Canadians. In celebration of Canada’s 150th, four Canadian choreographers have been commissioned to create a unique dance honouring the cultural mosaic of our country, and will be taught to communities and performed nationwide. https://sharingdance.akaraisin.com/Pledge/Event/GroupsList.aspx?seid=13596&mid=83
Imagine…a national flash mob in which our community will participate!
Erin McAndrew and EM Creative Productions are excited to be an ambassador for Sharing Dance and to bring this unique arts opportunity to The Georgian Triangle.
Sharing Dance encourages all Canadians to embrace the pure joy of dance. The nationwide Sharing Dance Day performance engages communities by breaking down barriers to access with free, high-quality, culturally inclusive dance activities. It empowers communities to join in celebrating movement for health and fun
Current and Needed Partners
EngagementThis project hopes to engage: participants.
Date and Time
Start Date: 25/03/2017
End Date: 17/06/2017
Time of Day: Please check schedule