National Water Dance



Millside Park (2 Ferry St., Easthampton, MA 01027)

“**Dancing Out of Time” by Dancers for Sea Change**

**Saturday, April 23 at 3:45**


**Millside Park, 2 Ferry St., Easthampton, MA**

**Free Admission and open to the public**

A nation-wide ***simultaneous*** dance event performed at over 100 locations to heighten our awareness of water issues and to save our environment.


Other performances:

High Definition (an a cappella women’s chorus)

Seniority Dance Group

Isadora Duncan’s Water Study


31 states and Washington D.C.

Sharing our dances across the country and Canada to save our environment.

*National Water Dance Projects presents the*

5th Bi-Annual National Water Dance

On Saturday, April 23, at 3:45 pm, dancers will join together in a nation-wide ***simultaneous*** dance event at water sites, rural and urban, remote and public, bringing attention to our need to be accountable for the water that sustains us. National Water Dance is an artist-driven collective of dancers, students, educators and community members who create simultaneous performances across the country. We invite everyone to engage in actions on climate change that will help bring us back into balance with this precious planet that we all call home.


Collective action is the only answer to climate change. It’s not one community’s problem. There is no place to run. We are



Join Us on April 23, 2022


*We are honored and privileged to be able to do this work on lands that have been cared for by the Pocumtuck and other indigenous communities of the past, present, and future. We encourage you to learn more about those people whose lands you occupy, to learn about their environmental priorities, and to do your best to support policies that integrate those conservation principles.*