All ages invited to Kairos Alive! Dance Hall Wednesday, December 3
Winona Health invites community members of all ages to a Kairos Alive! Dance Hall, Wednesday, December 3 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. when the Great Hall at the Watkins Manor House, will turn into a Dance Hall with Bopaganda, a Winona State University Jazz Combo.
Kairos Alive is an award-winning, uplifting, intergenerational community program that brings people together and integrates the arts to improve overall wellness. People of all ages and abilities are encouraged to attend.
“Our Dance Hall events have been well attended and we love seeing people of all ages having such a great time together,” said Emilie Volkman, a master social worker with Winona Health. “A Dance Hall event is an opportunity to come together to enjoy live music and each other’s company. Those who come may participate as much or as little as they like.”
Volkman also said, “If you know an elderly person who may not be comfortable driving at night, a Dance Hall event is a wonderful opportunity to invite them out to join you for an entertaining evening—there is really no better gift.”
Whether you used to like to dance, still like to dance, or just wish to observe and enjoy the music, you’ll be glad you came. No matter how you feel when you arrive, you will feel better before you leave.
To watch a video of a previous Dance Hall, or to learn more about Kairos Alive! visit www.winonahealth.org/arts or call Emilie Volkman 507.453.3770.