Scranton dance instructor Linn McDonald will lead Dance for Parkinson’s at Friedman Jewish Community Center, 613 S. J. Strauss Lane, Kingston. The weekly classes begin Tuesday, July 9, at 1 p.m. and are part of an international program, Dance for PD, which uses dance and music to empower and help those who are living with Parkinson’s disease.
The classes are free and specifically designed for those with Parkinson’s disease, said Nicole Lipinski, director of healthy aging at The Jewish Home of Eastern Pennsylvania.
Reservations are recommended and those interested in attending should call Lipinski at 570-344-6177 ext. 1113.
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