Let's Dance - Coloring Book Reveal in New Jersey

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 Let's Dance

 November 4, 2019- Kristine Smith, CEO/Co-Founder of the InSpira Performing Arts & Cultural Center will be revealing the cover of her coloring book titled, Let's Dance on November 17, 2019 from 2pm-5pm at the Inspira Performing Arts & Cultural Center, located at 987 Jersey Ave, Suite D, New Brunswick, New Jersey 08901.

 The coloring book highlights images of students who have danced and still dances at the studio. Kristineâ's hope is that this coloring book will inspire kids to foster a greater love for dance while coloring and using their creativity.

 Creating a coloring book where children of color are highlighted is BIG DEAL for me because, when I was a little girl growing up in Oakland, CA, I didn't see anyone that looked like me in coloring books, says Kristine.

 About Kristine Smith: 
 Kristine Smith started Inspira Performing Arts in 2002 in the basement of a church with 14 kids and now there are nearly 300 students and two locations in New Jersey. Originally from Oakland, CA she has been dancing since the age of three years old. For more information on Inspira, please visit www.inspiraarts.com.

 Photo Credits: @Meghan McCluskey of More Than Just Great Dancing

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Let's Dance

November 4, 2019- Kristine Smith, CEO/Co-Founder of the InSpira Performing Arts & Cultural Center will be revealing the cover of her coloring book titled, Let's Dance on November 17, 2019 from 2pm-5pm at the Inspira Performing Arts & Cultural ...

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