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Northlake Unitarian Universalist Church
308 4th Ave S, Kirkland, Washington 98033
Have big fun while connecting with neighbors and supporting a great organization! All proceeds donated to the Eastside Refugee and Immigrant Coalition.
We've got the fabulous Diana Ruiz on-board to DJ, and dance instructors from several styles, though it will be mostly freestyle anything-goes and just-have-fun dancing.
Friday, April 28 at 6:30-9:30pm
Northlake Unitarian Church: 308 4th Ave South, Kirkland, WA
**RSVP HERE: meetup.com/Wellness-Connect/events/238388895
By-contribution; any amount is appreciated!
The Eastside Refugee and Immigrant Coalition is a diverse grassroots coalition founded in 2002 to better serve the growing immigrant and refugee populations in East King County. ERIC supports local municipal governments, nonprofit organizations, faith communities, and other sectors to fulfill their commitments to inclusion and equity. ERIC focuses systemically on local policies, services, and investments while also supporting individuals to create welcoming environments in their own neighborhoods, schools, and workplaces. (All proceeds go diretly to ERIC.)
This Move&Groove event is hosted by the Wellness Professionals Network, an awesome group of wellness practitioners who collaborate to support individual and community wellness. WPN focus is on creating, restoring and maintaining wellness through professional services and tools, cross-referrals to complementary practitioners, and public WellnessConnect programs for education, outreach, and community connection.
Event DJ Diana Ruiz is a professional entertainer and consummate vocalist who has toured internationally with her solo show. She currently performs with Bobby Medina and theRedHot band in Seattle. Diana is also an author, speaker and coach who empowers heart centered entrepreneurs coaches and healers to expand their business and impact.
Move&Groove for ERIC is an opportunity for awesome people of all cultures, races, faiths, ages, and gender identities to dance with each other and support community diversity. Family friendly and no alcohol. Join us!
Questions? Contact Susan Creighton: [email protected]