National Water Dance Tukwila 2020
Join us for this nationwide live-stream dance event in front of the Duwamish River at the Tukwila Community Center. Karin Stevens Dance and Tukwila Parks and Recreation bring together professional dancers, students, and community members to dance for protection and preservation of our Duwamish waters. Celebrate the 50th anniversary of Earth Day by participating in this special day of events inspiring communities to take action and explore our personal connections to the environment through our bodies.
YOU’RE INVITED TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY OR ALL OF THE DAY’S EVENTS:
10AM – 2PM | Duwamish Alive! Work Party
Take action in saving our salmon and orca by helping to restore vital habitat within the Green-Duwamish Watershed which is home to all 5 salmon species. To learn more + register for the work party, visit duwamishalive.org.
2-3PM | Green Tukwila
Celebrate Earth Month with Green Tukwila staff. Enjoy a complimentary lunch and music with flautist, Gary Stroutsos. Learn about stewardship and restoration work opportunities in Tukwila. Together, we can all make a positive difference for Tukwila’s green and open spaces.
3PM | National Water Dance Performance
Karin Stevens Dance will lead a Community Movement Choir along with professional performances by KSD and other local artists in front of the Duwamish River. Featuring live singing by The People’s Echo.
National Water Dance is an artist-driven collective of dancers, students, educators and community members who create simultaneous performances across the United States. National Water Dance promotes dance as a voice for environmental awareness through collaborations with the artistic, educational and environmental communities.