Amira Dance Productions is gearing up to offer limited in-person classes at its studio location, 1702 W. Douglas.
According to the state's reopening schedule, ADP can reopen no sooner than Monday, May 18.
For the entire month of May, classes that have been offered by Zoom will continue to have that option and some will continue by Zoom in June. Basics and fitness classes offered by Zoom are:
We've developed procedures and guidelines to help ADP be compliant and to keep you dancing as safely as we can.
If you were a Zoom participant in April and have or will pay to attend Zoom classes for May, your paid tuition for May will cover your classes by Zoom and/or in-person.
If you were not a Zoom participant in April and will return to in-person classes in May, tuition will be the $10 drop-in fee for each hour-long in-person class and $15 drop-in fee for each 90-minute in-person class that you attend. The drop-in applies to new students as well.
In June, we will resume monthly tuition rates.
Victory in the Valley, a cancer support and education organization
ANNOUNCEMENTS & EVENTS
ADP gives back to the community by providing entertainment at senior communities and other charitable events. It also hosts two haflas (dance parties) annually, put on by its staff and students, to raise money for donations to area causes. See who've we've helped!
Wichita Children's Home, the only emergency, temporary residential care facility for children in the community
Dancing to do good!
Official Dance Magic 2018 photos available for viewing, purchase!
ADP's official show photographer sponsor, Shoot for Beauty Photography, has just released its gallery of the official show photo.
Click here to view and make your purchase of photos and keepsake items.
La Familia, the only service organization in Wichita that plans its programming and activities for Spanish-speaking persons in the community.