Dance the weekend away with InnerRhythms in Truckee
TRUCKEE and#8212; National Dance week is April 22-May 1. Just Dance! InnerRhythms is celebrating with a week-end extravaganza. Join them to move and build the dance community for health and well-being.
InnerRhythmsand#8217; mission is to use the power of dance and music to cultivate life skills in youth and create an everlasting passion for the arts, manifesting an awakening of individual and community consciousness. All the listed events will be held at InnerRhythms, 12047 Donner Pass Road, Truckee. Call 530-550-8464 or visit wwwinnerrhythms.org.-
Friday, April 29
4:30-6 p.m. Dance Theatre will hold an open rehearsal. Anyone and everyone may watch the Dance Theatre rehearse for their upcoming events.-
6-7 p.m. Free Zumba Choreo Jam! Learn the choreography for Zumba class. Now you will know all the steps to all the dances so you can Zumba like a pro!-
Saturday, April 30
9-10 a.m. Free Zumba Class! Come get in shape while dancing and having fun.-
5:30-6 p.m. Potluck dinner. Bring a dish to share! –
6-6:20 p.m. Free Dance Performance by the InnerRhythms Junior Company!-
6:30-8:30 p.m. Sierra Conscious Dance held every Saturday night, hosts an introduction to Conscious Dance. All ages are welcome, donation appreciated. If youand#8217;ve always wondered what this dance is all about, here is your chance to find out!. Experience movement from the inside out.
Sunday, May 1
4-6 p.m. RhythMatriX, InnerRhythmsand#8217; hip-hop crew, will hold an open rehearsal. Anyone and everyone can come watch the RhythMatriX rehearse for their upcoming events.
Friend them on Facebook and#8211; InnerRhythms, InnerActions, Sierra Conscious Dance.
InnerRhythms is also pleased to host Summer Dance Camps and Intensives during the months of July and August for Truckee/North Lake Tahoe and the Northern Nevada region. Call 530-913-8256 for information.
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