Upcoming

Winter/Spring Programs

Join Anima Arts for a variety of upcoming community events and classes!

Friday, January 6th, 2023: Loveland Public Library
10:00am-10:45am Free Creative Movement for children and families (geared to ages 2-6)

Saturday, January 7th, 2023: Longmont Recreation Open House for Families
Free Creative Movement for children and families (geared to ages 2-6)
3:30pm-4:30pm time frame

Saturdays: January 10th, February 11th, March 11th, April 8th, 2023: Longmont Public Library
Free Creative Movement classes for children and families (geared to ages 3-6)

Fridays: February 10th, March 10th, April 14th, 2023: Kids’ Night Out at Longmont Memorial Building
Parents’ night out! Anima Arts will provide an evening of creative arts activities centered around health and wellness for kids. Each event will include movement games, art projects, and a dance party. Drop-off starts at 4:45 pm. Grown-ups are encouraged to join us for the dance party from 7:00-7:30 pm during the pick-up window. A space for all identities and abilities. $30 investment, with sliding scale and scholarships available by contacting Mimi at animaartsorg@gmail.com

Stayed tuned for additional events!

Accessibility Notes
* Instruction in English
* Wheelchair Accessible Spaces
* A community welcoming all identities and abilities
Please connect for any assistance, including financial, to help eliminate restrictions that would prevent your ability to participate in our programs

You can also join director Mimi this Winter & Spring through:

City Of Loveland Recreation: Wednesday afternoon children’s dance classes, monthly Friday adaptive dance and family dance party events

Dance Dimensions/City of Longmont Recreation: Friday morning children’s classes and school day off dance camps

Upcoming Partnerships

November-December, 2022: Mother House Boulder family dance, art and music classes in partnership with Kristel Brown and Parlando School of Music

January 2023: Mackintosh Academy Boulder. Dance and creative movement for elementary and middle school students.

January-March 2023: In partnership with the Spark! PTO and administrative leadership Anima Arts will offer ten weeks of family creative movement classes at Spark! Discovery Preschool for students, caregivers and siblings.

The poster created for our most recent “Nourish Event” may serve as a jumping off point for health in your home. With complex lives it’s not about hitting each target every day. Rather it’s about creating opportunities to feel healthy, and meaningfully connect to yourself, others and the Earth.

Click HERE for printable version of “Healthy Habits for Families and the Earth”. This version also includes information for parents and caregivers and links to resources and data.

It is important to note that systematic inequities in access (i.e., proximity to natural spaces, injustice in wealth distribution for food, bicycles, books, childcare) prevent health equity and are not reflective of individual choices. Be kind to yourself and others. Look for our upcoming “Family Resources” page for more health equity resources and opportunities for change-making and advocacy.