FAMILY FRIDAY: TOOLKIT FOR A YOUTH-LED EVENT

By Megan Flød Johnson, Program Specialist

 

UPDATED 3:15 08/21/2020

An Easy-to-Follow Toolkit to Make Your Neighborhood Dance Party Happen!

CALLING ALL YOUTH LEADERS

You asked and we listened! A few weeks ago, we wrote a post for young people about how to organize and lead a socially distant, Neighborhood Dance Party for your community. So here it is, a free, downloadable tool-kit to guide the process and make it easy to organize a youth-led event! Ignite some joy for your neighbors and make it slap!

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