April Newsletter

Hello friends! We hope this note finds you well! Despite the icy weather here in Toronto, Dreamwalker Dance Company is bursting forth with a number of Spring happenings. This season we reconnect with TDSBCreates to share two arts residency programs with four Grade Six classes at Toronto District School Board's Beverly Heights MS and Dunlace PS. Also, with generous support from Canada Council for the Arts, we are launching The Welcome Project with partners Working Women Community Centre, St. Stephen's Community House, City of Toronto and DanceWorks, planting the seeds for a grand-scale, communal, public movement event celebrating Toronto Newcomer Day at Nathan Phillips Square in May 2019. Sta

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It is our intent that everyone feels invited, wanted, and welcomed to participate in our events and activities. We continue to do the work to learn, unlearn, and relearn in response to the Black Lives Matter movement. We stand in solidarity with Black communities, Indigenous communities, people of colour, and with 2SLGBTQQIA communities. We aim to be part of the forward movement to create a supportive and safe world that is equitable for all of us. In light of this, as you engage with us, with our events, activities and our work, we will continue to ask for your feedback.