Ridgefield Conservatory of Dance hosts first Valentine Tea Party to benefit Dancers Responding to Aids

Ridgefield Conservatory of Dance (RCD) Jazz Repertory Ensemble dancers will perform a new work by Danielle Marie Fusco on Sunday,  March 18 at SUNY Purchase in Stars of Tomorrow, benefiting Dancers Responding to AIDS, a program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. 

In anticipation of this special performance, the dancers are hosting RCD’s first ever parent/child Valentine Tea Party on Sunday, February 11th from 2 – 4 pm. Fathers and daughters, son, mothers, and others from the community are all welcome! All proceeds benefit Dancers Responding to AIDS.

Valentines will enjoy tea, treats, music, dancing, and more!

Please note: this event is designed for 5th grade and below, but all are welcome!

Tickets can be purchased for $40/couple ($5 per additional child) through ridgefielddance.org’s homepage.

Ridgefield Conservatory of Dance, located at 440 Main Street, is a nonprofit dance education organization aiming to enrich our community through dance.

Founded in 1991, Dancers Responding to AIDS, was the dance community’s first ongoing effort to support those living with HIV/AIDS. As a program of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, we help fund social service organizations in all 50 states and the essential programs of The Actors Fund.  To learn more visit dradance.org.


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