Last night’s movie, Kung Fu Panda, was a hit with Watersiders and the neighboring community! RCN provided free popcorn, snacks and bottled water. Two more movie nights remain in the series, Breakfast at Tiffany’s on August 17, and Ghostbusters on August 24. Movies are free and open-to-the-public.
The Health Club introduces two new classess that take advantage of Waterside Plaza’s unique outdoor spaces. For the month of August, they are FREE and open to both members and non-members! Register at the Club’s front desk to reserve your space.
Boot Camp by the Water
Mondays at 7:45AM
Thursdays at 6:45PM
Waterside Plaza Dance Festival
Dates: Saturday, August 15
Location: Outside on the Deck
Rain Date: Sunday, August 16
Featuring performances by the following local modern dance companies and choreographers:
JT Lotus Dance Company, under the directions of Jessie Tomanek.
Nichole Piacenza, performs a solo titled, "What if" to music by Coldplay.
Dance Visions, (since 1990) under the direction of Beth Jucovy, consists of a cohesive group of innovative and vesatile dancers who perform throughout the NY metropolitan area. The company performs performs repertory of Beth Jucovy and other contemporary choreographers as well as works of the great dance pioneers, specializing in Isadora Duncan technique and repertory. http://www.dancingnewyork.net
Yosakoi Dance Project, under the direction of Tomas Trinidad, Yosakoi Dance Project, under the direction of Tomoko Trinidad and Hiro Kobayashi, "Yosakoi" is a unique dance style that originated on a southern Japanese island. It maintains a Japanese core while adopting contemporary music and a multitude of dance styles.. http://www.10tecomai.com/
Scott Lyons, performance artist, dancer, choreographer, rapper, cardiologist and professional exaggerator has created his own dance-theater works and worked with Keigwin and Company, Wendy Blum, Daisy Spurs, Murray Hill, Despina Stamos, Two-Headed Calf, David Neumann, and Abel Costa. Scott has a private practice as a Body-Mind Centering Neuro-Developmetal Therapist and is an adjunct professor at New York University’s Tishch School of the Arts.
The popular blockbuster Men in Black kicked-off Waterside Plaza’s Monday Night Movies. The series, which is co-sponsored by RCN, continues for the next three Mondays in August. All movies are free and open-to-the-public.
Last night’s salsa lesson was moved indoors due to weather. The rain did not stop instructors, Sheena Larsen and Cesar Carasco from heating up the dance floor while teaching Waterside Plaza how to dance.