Dancing in Kelowna’s Stuart Park

Dancing in the Park every Wednesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. throughout the summer.

Get ready to move and groove to the beat this summer with the City of Kelowna’s fifth season of Dancing in the Park. All experience levels and ages are welcome as Active Living and Culture’s qualified dance instructors will guide you through every step, shake and hip swing.

The free event takes place in Stuart Park every Wednesday from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. throughout the summer.

Try a new dance style each week and learn to move like the pros do.

July 8: Zumba

July 15: Line Dancing and Two-Step

July 22: Throwback Night

July 29: Hip Hop

Aug. 5: Groove Method

Aug. 12: Dancing Through The Ages

Aug. 19: Salsa Night

Aug. 26: Grand Finale Dance Party

Participants are encouraged to use active transportation such as walking or biking downtown and to bring their own reusable water bottles.

 

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