KDC Gives Back
The mission of Kings Dance Center includes sharing the love of dance and performing arts with the community. Below are just some of the events KDC dancers have participated in this season already.
Miss Kings County
KDC dancers had a great time entertaining the crowd at the Miss Kings County Pageant. Each year Kings Dance Center is a proud sponsor of the Miss Kings County Scholarship Program as well as the brand new Princess Program. Congratulations to all the young ladies and gentlemen who took part in this year's program.
KDC dancers had a great time spreading Holiday Cheer at the Hanford Christmas Parade and the Lemoore Christmas Parade
KDC Dancers Go Green!
On Saturday, November 13th, Dancers took part in an eWaste Recycling event. The community was invited to bring all unwanted electronics out to our Hanford Studio to have them safely disposed of and recycled. Thank you to all who helped make this a successful event!
Lemoore Holiday Stroll
On Saturday, November 13th, Dancers from KDC Dancers Unlimited Comapany performed at the Lemoore Downtown Plaza. The Holiday Stroll was a fun event to get everyone into the Christmas Spirit. Downtown was lit up with beautiful lights, music was played, and the stores were decorated festivally. Thank you for joining us for a great family event!
Central Valley Dance Festival
On Saturday, November 6th, Senior Company dancers performed as part of the Central Valley Dance Festival in Fresno for the second consecutive year. CVDF promotes unity in dance of all styles. The show this year featured contemporary, folkloric, and ballroom pieces. It was a great evening of dancers sharing their passions with one another and a wonderful show for the audience in attendance! Be sure to check out CVDF in 2011.
October was a busy month for our KDC Dancers Unlimited Dance Company. Dancers could be seen performing for excited crowds at MIQ, Pioneer, Kings River Hardwick, and Simas schools. The dancers had a great time entertaining the school kids and their families. Dancers as young as four up to seventeen offered a variety of dance styles for the community to enjoy. Would your school like a performance for an upcoming event? If so, contact the Hanford Office at 587-1101.