Belly Dancing with Kae Montgomery
this Saturday 2/8/14, 1-3 p.m.!
(Download flyer & share with others HERE)
Belly Dancing is a Western name for a traditional West Asian/Middle Eastern form of dance. Though the name of the dance refers to the abdominal area, hips sway, shoulders shake, and arms and hands move about in a fluid motion. This low-impact cardiovascular dance is a great way for everyone to strengthen muscles throughout the body!
Join us at the African American Art & Culture Complex located at 762 Fulton Street
, San Francisco, CA 94102 (Muni access & free parking).
No need to register. Just show up! You get $277 value health screening and if you dance, collect $10 in carrot cash to spend at participating farmers' markets (for kids with diabetes and all adults who participate). Health screening optional, but needed to get the carrot cash reward. We suggest a $10 donation at the door to keep this going, if you can afford.
Please arrive promptly at 1 p.m. for check-in (or 1:15 p.m. if you are not doing the health screening). Bring water, a snack if you need it, and comfortable shoes. Have a question? Call Theresa at 1-877-765-4386 or email her at email@example.com.
Not in San Francisco? Join us virtually via live stream at 1:30 p.m. by clicking here.
2014 Press Release Reaches Hundreds of Thousands
Our press release went out to all kinds of media including newspapers, business journals, blogs, bulletins, broadcast media and more. Hundreds of thousands of viewers have the opportunity to see what Dance Out Diabetes is all about! We have reached viewers not only across the U.S. but also across the globe. We'll have the whole world dancing in no time!
Learn about what Dance Out Diabetes has in store for 2014 by reading the new press release!
California Health Advocates
HICAP (the Health Insurance Counseling & Advocacy Program) provides free and objective information and counseling about Medicare. Volunteer counselors can help you understand your specific rights and health care options. HICAP also offers free educational presentations to groups of Medicare beneficiaries, their families and/or providers on a variety of Medicare and other health insurance related topics.
Come meet with Shibin Tharayil, the Community Outreach Coordinator for HICAP (and DOD volunteer!) at this Saturday's dance.
Can You Bring Water & Snacks to Share?
It is important to stay hydrated while having fun on the dance floor. Dance Out Diabetes is looking for volunteers to donate and bring water bottles and healthy snacks for participants at the dance. If you can bring to share, great! Otherwise, the water fountain is 3 floors down, so please bring water for yourself. Thanks!