DISTRICT VI Dance workshops

Do you live in or around the Fairfax, VA area? Do you belong to the D/M/V Dance Community? Does the George Mason University Johnson Center ring a bell? Then this may apply to you!

The District VI Board invites you, D6 and the D/M/V Dance Community, to learn from some of the area’s amazing choreographers AND help us raise funds for Gawad Kalinga.

Gawad Kalinga means “to give care” and seeks to provide alternate solutions to poverty in the Philippines and other third world countries. GK’s vision for the Philippines is a slum-free, squatter-free nation through a simple strategy of providing land for the landless, homes for the homeless, food for the hungry and as a result providing dignity and peace for every Filipino.

District VI hopes to work with Gawad Kalinga in hopes of raising enough funds to sponsor our own village.

There will be 6 workshops throughout the day at $10 per class and $50 for an all-day pass.


Schedule of classes:
10:30 Registration Opens
11:00 Gary Beauford & Chris Law
12:30 Joshua Gilmore
02:00 Chelsea Cooper & JV Valencia
03:30 Break
04:30 Joseph Nontanovan
06:00 Dennis Caindec
07:30 MaryAnn Reyes

Once the schedule is finalized, please pre-register by e-mailing D6DanceWorkhops@gmail.com with your name, phone number, and which class you would like to take ASAP. Space is limited to 50 per class.


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