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Kick up your heels at Stuart Park

Zumba, hip hop and country are just three of the nine dance styles coming to Stuart Park this summer. Residents are invited try new dance styles for free on Wednesday nights from 7 to 9 p.m., starting July 6.

“Dance is a good way to express yourself and keep active,” said Pam Brooks, community recreation coordinator for the City of Kelowna. “And what’s great about our program, you don’t need to know anything about dance to participate, just a willingness to get your groove on.”

Qualified dance instructors will begin the evening with a half hour dance lesson at 7 p.m. in preparation for the open dance at 7:30 p.m.

Dancing in the Park Weekly Themes

July 6—Zumba Dance Party

July 13—HipHop/Family Fun

July 20—’50s & ‘60s Classic Rock

July 27—Bluegrass/Country

August 3—Street Moves/Top 40

August 10—Alternative Rock Dance Party

August 17—Jazz

August 24—Ballroom Dance

August 31—Hot Latin Nights

Registration, experience and quick feet are not required for dance nights. For more information, please call 250-469-8800 or check out the website kelowna.ca/recreation.

 

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