You have the key. Use it!
It’s all about the trip!
Fail better and faster!
Hear the music, face the music, then dance!
You only get one chance to live each one of them!
We can show you how!
Only you can do it!
Okay, it’s not much of a secret, but it’s true!
Patricia Hardin was interviewed about Dance in Transit by Gloria Macarenko for CBC’s Our Vancouver. Watch to hear how it started and what it’s all about!
The Dance in Transit concept and title belongs to Sam’s Dance. It was conceived out of a desire to build community, expand social networks, and add some face-to-face contact into our daily lives. It is a way to “bring it to the streets.”
Traditionally, dance schools experience a slower period during the warmer months when people want to be outdoors. We thought, why not combine the beautiful outdoors with some exhilarating dance experiences?
Dance in Transit provides a continuous supply of dancing during the warm months to the existing dance community—at no cost—and offers people who are not already dancers to watch it, try it, and see if they love it, too.