Why We Dance will again be teaching classes in the genre of ‘Old Skool’ (misspelling intended) Hip hop on Tuesdays evenings from 7-8 at the LeGrande Park Building in Fanwood. Classes are FREE.
Classes are geared to people who want to learn the history and dancing Hip hop, an art form that was deemed a fad but has lasted 25 plus years. The influence Hip hop has on society cannot be denied. This class was focus on the positive side of the dancing and Hip hop culture.
Why We Dance is celebrating its fifth year. As the director and founder of the program I am so humbled at the support and encouragement I have received from students, parents, volunteers and caring businesses who have supplied school supplies and refreshments.
Why We Dance was blessed to receive for the fifth year in a row a Union County HEART Grant. This is how I am able to bring in seasoned dance professions in various areas of dance to teach classes and facilitate works at annual dance festival that takes place each March that is also FREE.
The classes are open to all and everyone interested in learning about hip hop dancing. Registration is ongoing and can be done by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 908.432.2003.
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for updates on classes, events, guest teacher bios.
Candace Waller is a certified substitute teacher who has worked for the Plainfield Board of Education, the Jersey City Board of Education and for a charter school in Newark N.J.
This Arts program is made possible by in part by a HEART (History Education, Art Reaching Thousands) Grant by the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders.