Dance into the New Year
Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation to offer a dozen dance programs this season
(Carmel, Ind.) Dec. 17, 2020 – Carmel Clay Parks & Recreation’s winter/spring program guide is here. It features an assortment of virtual and in-person recreation programs including a dozen dance programs for ages 2-15. CCPR’s goal is to provide recreation opportunities for the community to safely connect, move, and learn. This season, do that through dance!
WHAT CLASSES ARE BEING OFFERED?
- Young kiddos and their parents can enjoy Zumbini and Family Zumba together. Zumbini is also offered virtually for families to enjoy from home.
- Kiddos can explore ballet, hip hop, or tap dance in preschool/toddler programs. Instructors from Dance Class Studio will introduce these different types of dance and teach participants poise and technique.
- Youth programs, designed for ages 4-9, are designed for participants to take their dance skills to the next level. The International Talent Academy helps participants explore their creativity on the stage in Main Stage Show Choir and Main Stage Adventure. Dance Class Studio leads participants through dance exploration as they learn the basics of tap, ballet, and jazz techniques in our Dance Combo program.
TWEENS + TEENS
- Tween + teen programs are designed for participants ages 9-15 to learn more advanced techniques or explore new types of dance. The International Talent Academy’s Main Stage Show Choir and Main Stage Musical Theatre incorporate dance skills with theatre, singing, writing, and more. Dance Class Studio’s Hip Hop Dance teaches basic hip hop moves for a fun, upbeat dance experience.
WHAT POLICIES ARE IN PLACE TO KEEP PARTICIPANTS SAFE?
CCPR’s top priority is the safety of its participants and team. To keep everyone safe while continuing to offer recreation programming for the community, CCPR has implemented COVID-related procedures. These include:
- January classes will be offered virtually only.
- Each room is cleaned before and after each program.
- If program supplies are used, they are cleaned before and after each program.
- Program supplies are not be shared between participants.
- Mask should not be worn in Aquatics, Sports, and Wellness programs unless notified.
- Masks should be worn in Nature, Creative Arts, Enrichment, and Science & Technology, + Senior programs unless notified.
- Physical distancing guidelines should be followed.
HOW DO I REGISTER?
Registering for recreation programs is easy! In the program guide, simply click on the activity number for the program you’d like to register for. You can also register in person at the Monon Community Center.