Happening at SteppingStone


By Megan Flød Johnson, Program Specialist


UPDATED 3:15 08/21/2020

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


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!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement

At SteppingStone, we are committed to access and inclusion for all people. We stand firmly in opposition to racism, and our programs challenge our young artists, staff, and Board of Directors to foster inclusion and seek equity for all, including Black people, Indigenous peoples, people of color, LGBTQIA+ people, people of all economic backgrounds, people of all religions, and people with disabilities. SteppingStone collaborates with families to meet students’ needs, whether they are social, academic, developmental, or physical.

We Believe

Young people are artists, makers, and doers. They need to belong and to contribute to their world. When young people make art together, they change themselves and the world around them for the better.

We Do

SteppingStone ignites belonging, generosity, mastery, self-advocacy, and inspiration by creating art with young people to share with the world.