Summer in the Square

Summer in the Square

Union Square’s Summer in the Square is back this year and bigger than ever! Running every Thursday from June 13th – August 15th in Union Square Park beginning at 7AM, this FREE weekly summer entertainment series offers a vibrant a vibrant blend of fitness, kids, music and dance programming. With such a wonderful, wide range of activities, Summer in the Square has something fun for everyone. So leave your Thursdays open this summer, and join us in the park! The final week of events are listed below, and a complete schedule is available:

Fitness in the Square (South Plaza)

7:00 AM          Morning Running Club with Paragon Sports

7:00 AM          Boot Camp with Circuit of Change

8:00 AM          Yoga with Jivarnukti

Kids in the Square (Pavilion at 10AM & South Plaza at 11AM)

10:00 AM        Yoga StoryTime with KarmaKids

11:00 AM        Hot Peas ‘n Butter

Music in the Square  (West Side Seating Area)

12:00 PM        New School Jazz

Dance in the Square (South Plaza)

5:00 PM          Performance by Peridance Contemporary Dance Company

6:00 PM          Club Dance with Peridance

For further information click here

Summer in the Square
Event Category: Kids / Family
When: August 15, 2013
Time: 7:00pm
Where: Union Square
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