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IN PERSON Dance Classes by Limon Dance Company

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  • Aug. 15, 2020 through Sep. 19, 2020, Saturdays, 10-11am
  • Bryant Park
  • 42nd Street & Avenue of the Americas, Midtown
  • All Ages
  • FREE

The Limón Dance Foundation, in partnership with Bryant Park, is making dance more accessible to New York City by offering FREE classes in basic modern dance, five Saturdays in August and September, on the grass in Bryant Park, 42nd Street and Avenue of the Americas. Classes are taught by members of the Limón Dance Company. Students of all ages are welcome to join in, wearing exercise or comfortable clothes and shoes, or bare feet.  Masks are mandatory this year, and the number of students will be limited.  Pre-registration is not mandatory, but is advised.   Walk-ups will be accepted if there is space.

AUGUST 15 - taught by Savannah Spratt - Greg Loewer, musician

AUGUST 22 - taught by Savannah Spratt - Ryan Wolfe, musician

AUGUST 29 - taught by Eric Parra - Greg Loewer, musician

SEPTEMBER 12 - taught by Eric Parra - Greg Loewer, musician

SEPTEMBER 19 - taught by Lauren Twomley - Ryan Wolfe, musician

About Bryant Park

42nd Street & Avenue of the Americas

Northeast Corner of the Lawn

Midtown, NY


  • Standard hours: Monday-Sunday, 7am; Closing time varies by season

  • Bryant Park is situated behind the New York Public Library in midtown Manhattan, between 40th and 42nd Streets & Fifth and Sixth Avenues.

    Today’s version of Bryant Park–with its gravel paths, green chairs, and jaunty le carrousel–is a recent invention. Though the space has been called Bryant Park since 1842, the park has had a checkered career. By 1979, it was the site of frequent muggings and drug deals and was avoided by knowledgeable New Yorkers. An almost ten-year effort, begun in 1980, transformed the park and its reputation.