School Recruiting for 2017-18 is Now Open!
Heart of Dance has space for only 22 new classrooms in the Twin Cities next year for Dancing Classrooms. Make sure your fifth graders are included!  New schools are accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis from the time of commitment. Recruiting ends April 30, 2017 and we expect to exceed capacity for both Fall and Spring semesters.

Do you want to bring Dancing Classrooms to your school? Contact Ember at emberrj@heartofdancemn.org or 612-750-1262 and join us for a site visit (see below). 
Join us for a Special Evening "Steppin' with Class"

Want to learn more? Already involved in the program? Great! This is a chance for you to invite your peers and colleagues to show what Dancing Classrooms is all about. Other guests are also welcome.

Students and Alumni will perform for you at Harambee Elementary School in Maplewood on March 21 from 6-7 PM. Click here to register.  For additional dates and times of possible site visits, click here .

Dancing Classrooms is Expanding to Duluth!  

If you know someone who might be interested  in the Duluth area  please spread the word. We will hold an informational stakeholders meeting for interested educators, funders or volunteers on Thursday, March 23 from 4-6 PM at the Superior Ballroom, 21 N Lake Ave, Duluth. 
For more information,  click here .
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We could not do this without your amazing support.  
Thank you for joining Heart of Dance on this journey!
 
Programming is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a grant from the Metropolitan Regional Arts Council, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund. We are also grateful for the support of The Emerald Foundation, F. R. Bigelow Foundation, Mardag Foundation and The Saint Paul Foundation, as well as many generous individual donors and volunteers. This activity is funded, in part, by an appropriation from the Minnesota State Legislature with money from the State's general fund.






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