COVID-19 virus: NW Dance Events
Updated May 21, 2020
NW Dance Network continues to support the efforts and guidelines of our state and region’s public health and government professionals. We have cancelled all in person activities including dances and classes/workshops until we get an all-clear sign from the governor and other officials. We thank you for your continued support of NW Dance Network. We want you to know that the health, welfare, and happiness of our community are our top concerns. We encourage your engagement with us on how to return to the partner dancing we all love.
How to stay engaged? We are encouraging you to consider our organization with your donations, and we want your ideas as we move through these uncertain days.
We are following the COVID-19 situation daily, and we will make decisions and respond to the situation, hoping to restore our dance activities as soon as possible.
Cancelling all our dance events has impacted us greatly. Both our financial health and our social health are at risk. Please help us by:
Donating to us. NW Dance Donation Page
Sharing a message of support on social media.
When one arts and dance organization succeed, we all do. Simply, we are better together. If maintaining Seattle’s robust cultural landscape and our dance community is important to you, we urge you to consider the significant impact you can have by identifying one or two of your top arts and dance cultural organizations and making a gift—perhaps in the amount of what you would have spent on cancelled events. We cannot emphasize this enough.
We thank you for your support of NW Dance Network. We want you to know that the health, welfare, and happiness of our community are our top concerns. We continue to listen to our community, government, and public health officials to determine the best way to serve our dance community and keep all of us safe.
Keep safe and wash your hands!
If you have questions or comments, please contact
David “Koz” Kositsky president NW Dance Network.