INSPIRING ARTISTIC MOTIVATION IN MOVEMENT DANCE COMPANY (I.A.M.M. DANCE COMPANY)
North Park in Motion presents low-cost weekly dance classes for ages 4-14.
TYPES OF DANCE CLASSES:
Ballet- Highly formalized steps that emphasize light, graceful and fluid movement. Leotard, tights and black ballet slippers needed. Jazz – Lively, energetic dance style. Also expressive. Please wear fitted shirt and black jazz pants. Flexible jazz shoes (not jazz sneakers) needed.
Modern – Much different than traditional ballet. Incorporates floor work and emphasizes the articulation of contraction and release of the abdomen.
Space is limited. Participants must pre-register to secure spot. Session dates are February-May, June-August, and September-December. *Registration for FALL 2021 Session is currently open. Classes begin on September 21. You may complete the registration form below or call (336) 222- 5138 to arrange to register in person to secure your child's spot.
Camp Directors, bring your campers to experience North Park in Motion. A visit includes 2 hours with access to large gym for basketball or other organized games, try out the new Dance Studio, play pool, foosball, air hockey and arcade games in the Game Room (all games are $.50 each).
Available: Monday - Thursday from 9-11am or 1-3pm Ages: 3-14 Cost: $1 per child
Call (336) 222-5138 today to sign your camp up for a visit!
The Celo Faucette Community Garden is currently being relocated to another park of our camps. Plot registration is not available at this time. DIY Container gardening kits are available by request. For more information, please call (336) 222-5138.
About North Park in Motion
North Park in Motion began with a grant funded by NC Wellness & Trust Fund and Fit Community. The center received $54,000 to develop active living through biking, walking and dancing. The grant ended 2010, but the department continues to offer programs for the community.
If you are interested in organizing and leading your community, you are invited to join our community initiatives. Call (336) 222-5138 or stop by the center to talk with Center Director, Bobbi Ruffin, for more information.