We know in our hearts that dance has the power to heal and reduce stress – something we all need right now. We, The Dance Center community, can pull together to make it possible for those impacted by the fires to keep dancing.
The Dance Center is holding a clothing drive for dancers of all ages who were impacted by the fires. Please donate dance and workout clothes, shoes and accessories in good condition to the Dance Center. If your family was impacted, please stop by The Dance Center and take all that you need.
Call Amanda Berglund at 707-291-8895 for more information.
El Coqui, a downtown Santa Rosa restaurant at 400 Mendocino Avenue will donate 25% of all proceeds to Puerto Rican relief efforts all during the day on October 3rd. Enjoy a great meal and help our fellow US citizens who are victims of hurricane Maria.
Want to dance like a zombie to Michael Jackson’s Thriller ? Check out this Thrill the World flyer and join us to learn the dance in five classes (or less) to be part of this world-wide event. All classes are free and times and dates are posted in the Events section of our website or on our website Calendar.
Registration begins at 8 am on Satruday October 28th and we will join the world at 9 am sharp to set a record for simultaneous zombie dancing!
Footloose is bringing back it’s Halloween costume sale October 4th through October 28th. Donate any costumes you’d like or find a great costume for any age on the racks in the lobby of the DC. Donated costumes will be sold for $10and all proceeds will go to Footloose Tap Co. funds.
The Dance Center’s hip hop director, Anakarina Swanson, has been nominated by the Marquee Theatre Journalists Association for Outstanding Choreography for the SRJC’s production of “In The Heights” featuring her hip hop choreography. We’re so proud of her! Go AK!
Join us for the awards if you can on Monday Oct. 16 from 6:30-8:30 at Confluence Taproom & Lounge, 4357 Montgomery Dr. in Santa Rosa