Together in Dance at CBST

Six Wednesdays: April 20, 27; May 4, 11, 18, 25
3:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. via Zoom 
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It’s time to welcome spring and put on your dancing shoes (or comfortable sneakers)!   We are thrilled that Together in Dance, a not-for-profit offering interactive arts experience to learners of all ages, will bring their expertise to the CBST community.

Join Together in Dance for a six-week long singing and dancing residency. Participants will drive the action by picking dance moves and singing Broadway songs under the guidance of a professional choreographer and a songwriter. 

In this no-judgment zone, we will form an ensemble and create something special from the comfort of our own homes. The emphasis is on using the performing arts to connect to one another, develop new skills and foster creative expression.

This joyful, interactive workshop is open to all adults. Programming is easily adapted to each person’s physical abilities, including for people who are seated. No previous performing experience or skill required – the emphasis is on fun and creativity!  CBST members and non-members welcome.

Registration includes all 6 dates. Zoom information will be sent out to registrants the morning of each program. Participants are encouraged to attend all sessions. 

Curious? Interested but not sure?  Contact Judy Ribnick, Director of Aging Together, at or 917-310-4656.

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