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Dearest Alaska: Dance, Dance!

The calm before the storm at Zumba class.
An anticipatory moment before Zumba class starts at the Nome Recreation Center. Photo: Karen Trop/KNOM

Get your water bottle at the ready, strap on some dancing shoes, and let’s boogie to the beat in this month’s episode of Dearest Alaska.

Join Julie Fabignon-Cross – Nome’s Zumba instructor – for a dance exercise class at the Nome Recreation Center. To find out what Zumba is all about, take a listen in the media player above.

Dearest Alaska is an experimental audio project; the program will be available on this website and broadcast live on the first Saturday and Sunday of every month at 12noon and 5pm on KNOM (96.1 FM, 780 AM).

If you or someone you know would like to participate in an episode of Dearest Alaska, please contact KNOM at 907-443-5221 or dearest.alaska@knom.org.

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