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UPDATE: This class has been moved to October 26 instead of the original October 5 date.
Enjoy a beautiful morning of movement and music outside in one of Lynchburg’s oldest parks. Participants will get to participate in four rotating sessions that feature Afro-Caribbean dance, African drumming, yoga, and dance choreography. All ages welcome and no experience necessary. Rain or shine! Rain location will be held inside the Miller Center. Advance registration appreciated. Drop-ins welcome.
Sheron White is a native of Lynchburg and founder-of Kuumba Dance Ensemble , Inc. A West African Dance Company for children and adults performing in a wide range of community events, in a number of area venues, community centers, colleges, family reunions, festivals, and churches.
Sheron earned a BS Degree in Health and Physical Education a Masters Degree in Special Education. Sheron taught in Lynchburg city Schools before moving to Baltimore and Washington, DC where she served as a teacher, Counselor, Assistant Principal And Principal.
Sheron moved back to Lynchburg and worked at Horizon Behavioral Health as a QMHP Clinician an Case Manager. She is now retired and volunteers in her church’s Daycare and aftercare programs, certified Drums Alive Instructor as well as Dancer/ Owner and choreographer for Kuumba Dance Ensemble, Inc.