DANCE FOR WORLD COMMUNITY FESTIVAL WEEK
The Dance for World Community Festival Week is a celebration of dance in local community! From Sunday, June 5-Saturday, June 11 Harvard Square will host workshops, discussions, film screenings and more!
Festival Week culminates in the Dance for World Community Festival on Saturday, June 11. The Festival is a FREE, day long, indoor-outdoor festival featuring performances and classes by more than 90 New England-based dance groups! From African to Indian, from Ballet to Hip Hope, from Baroque to Modern – there is something for everyone to enjoy! Children and adults of all ages are encouraged to watch performances, take classes and learn about non-profit organizations in our communities along Advocacy Way.
Dance for World Community is a project of Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre, a nonprofit ballet company and school located at 400 Harvard Street in Harvard Square, Cambridge. Click here to learn more about JMBT.
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BECOME A DWC ADVOCACY PARTNER!
The Dance for World Community Festival offers a unique opportunity for Boston-area nonprofits to connect with new audiences and get the word out about the incredible work they do in our neighborhoods.
On Festival day, June 11, 2016, nonprofit organizations will line Advocacy Way where they will have the opportunity to meet and mingle with Festival attendees and share their missions, raise money and sell merchandise.
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WHAT IS DANCE FOR WORLD COMMUNITY?
Watch the video below to learn more about this innovative project designed to use the power of dance to create social change locally and beyond!
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