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National Dance Institute Open House

1/12/2013
When: 1/12/2013
2:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Where: National Dance Institute Center for Learning & the Arts
217 West 147th Street
between Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. & Frederick Douglas
NYC, Harlem 
Contact: Angel Gardner (212) 226-0083

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National Dance Institute Center for Learning & the Arts opens its doors to the community for an afternoon of fun and festive activities. Children and adults are invited to participate in exciting high energy dance classes, enjoy a performance by children of NDI, and explore the new, state-of-the art facilities of the NDI Center. Visitors may drop by the NDI Center any time between 2 PM and 4 PM on Saturday, January 12. Free Event.



DATE/TIME:Saturday, January 12, 2013

2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

LOCATION:National Dance Institute Center for Learning & the Arts

217 West 147th Street, NYC

(between Adam Clayton Powell, Jr. &

Frederick Douglass Blvds)

INFORMATION:FREE EVENT

For more information, visit www.nationaldance.org

or call (212) 226-0083

ABOUT NATIONAL DANCE INSTITUTE

National Dance Institute (NDI) was founded in 1976 by Jacques d’Amboise in the belief that the arts have a unique power to engage children and motivate them toward excellence. Each year, NDI transforms the lives of over 40,000 New York City public school children and their communities through weekly classes, short-term residencies, and public performances. Under the artistic direction of Ellen Weinstein and a staff of professional teaching artists, programs are offered to all children, transcending barriers of language, culture, and physical and cognitive challenges. Children learn to work together and develop personal standards of excellence, a pride of achievement, and a curiosity about the world that supports their success in school and in life. In 2011, NDI opened the doors to the National Dance Institute Center for Learning & the Arts on 147th Street in Harlem, allowing the organization to further its mission and expand its reach, serving as a beacon for children, teachers and artists in the community and worldwide.


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