I've attended this a few times in the past year with my kids and we've always had a blast. It's one of my favorite things in Olympia.
Family Dance Night in downtown Olympia at Fusion the Integrated Body 302 Columbia St. (across Olympia Ave. from the Olympia Center) fully wheelchair accessible Saturday March 15th 2008 6-8pm
This wonderful event full of laughter, movement, friendship, and play happens every other month. It’s two hours of music and dance activities that are inclusive of all ages and abilities. Grandparents and infants, schoolchildren and even some teens come together for the joy of dancing. Activities like shape museum where your dance takes you to interlocking shapes with others, rivers and rocks and bridges, dancing with scarves, in costumes or riding on a pull cloth, make it interactive and playful. The evening flows between structured dance activities and free dancing. A variety of music; old and contemporary, in many styles, changes the mood and gives everyone a chance to do their kind of dance. Cost for the whole family what ever size and configuration is $5 to $10 sliding scale (but please join us regardless of your ability to pay).
Co-Presented by Linda Sisson of Full Circle Parenting Linda is a counselor in private practice, providing individual and couple counseling as well as working with children. She specializes in supporting parents during their parenting journey from pregnancy, birthing, and breastfeeding through the teen years, from daily wear and tear through challenges and disabilities. 360-867-1631 firstname.lastname@example.org Co-Presented by Karen Kirsch of Body of Knowledge Karen is a Movement Therapist in private practice. Karen has worked in the field of movement, privately and as a faculty of The Evergreen State College for over twenty years. Her passion is to help others to explore their bodies and their unique sense of self through movement, play and sensation. Her approach is supportive, anatomically sound and enlivening. 360-971-4037 email@example.com