Crimson Coast Dance hosts video contest in Nanaimo

NANAIMO - Crimson Coast challenges Nanaimo residents to create dance video and show off their moves and the city.

Crimson Coast Dance Society hosts a contest to create a dance video.

Crimson Coast Dance Society wants to see Nanaimo residents’ dance moves.

The society is hosting the contest Show Us How You Dance. It encourages residents to dance and show off their favourite spot in Nanaimo in a video.

Once the video is complete, people can upload it to YouTube or Facebook with the hashtag #DanceNanaimo and e-mail the link to admin@crimson

coast.org.

The submission deadline is June 23 before midnight. Each video must be a maximum of two minutes long.

A panel of judges will choose a winner. The video creator and featured dancers will win festival passes for Crimson Coast Dance Society’s InFringing Dance Festival.

For more information please go to www.crimsoncoastdance.org.

The society is also participating in The Great Canadian Giving Challenge.

For each dollar donated to the organization through the site, http://givingchallenge.ca, Crimson Coast Dance will be entered to win a $10,000 donation. A minimum of $3 per donation is required by the site.

The Canadian Giving Challenge begins on June 1.

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