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Navillera Senior Program

Navillera Korean Performing Arts Development (NKPAD #1080658-7) is opening workshops for seniors who want to carry their Korean culture soul by learning and performing traditional dances. It's a 12-week program with limited participants which comes with many benefits. We are excited to bring this opportunity to reach out to broader generation in the community.

SEnior Program 2023

We are providing high quality dance skirt and shoes for free and some snacks to enjoy during the classes.

January 3 - March 28, 2023

- Once a week for 12 weeks (No class on January 17)
- Location: Navillera Dance Studio, 57 Glen Cameron Rd. Thornhill, ON
- Registration fee: $40 for one class, $70 for 2 classes

Korean Dance (Hwagwanmu) Class

- When: Tuesday 1:00 - 1:50pm
- Total seats: 15 Seniors
- Benefit: Dance material rental for free

Korean Drum Class

- When: Tuesday 2:00 - 2:50pm
- Total seats: 15 Seniors
- Benefit: Dance material rental for free

Please contact us for registration

- 416-671-0915-
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Highlight moments from senior program 2023

NKPAD in Media


MPP Laura Smith Congratulates Navillera Korean Dance Company on Being a Recipient of the Seniors Community Grant

The Ontario government is investing in its seniors in Thornhill by funding projects that will help seniors stay safe, fit, active, healthy and socially connected across the community with Seniors Community Grants. Recently, MPP Laura Smith paid a visit  to Navillera Korean Dance Company, who received $24,000 to continue to offer 16-week Korean Traditional Dance workshops for seniors in the Vaughan area. “These investments make a big difference in the lives of Ontario’s older adults here in Thornhill” said MPP Laura Smith. “Age should not detract from individuals when it  comes to their overall enjoyment of life. As I always say, we support our not-for-profits,  because they support us.” “Seniors Community Grants are keeping our seniors fit, active, healthy and socially  connected close to home, in their communities,” said Raymond Cho, Minister for  Seniors and Accessibility. “Our government is proud to invest in these projects with local  organizations to meet the needs of seniors, provide the supports seniors need and  deserve that also help to battle social isolation.”  “It has been my pleasure to teach Korean Dance and traditional Korean Drumming to  seniors in our community,” said Heerin Kim, Artistic Director at Navillera Korean  Performing Arts Development. “This program is a fun exercise for seniors and a very  good exercise for their mental health at the same time. It also serves as an opportunity  to improve their quality of life.” These projects are part of the 305 Seniors Community Grants investing into  communities across Ontario this year. Since 2018, Ontario has funded 1249  community-based projects and invested almost $22 million dollars in Seniors  Community Grants that have kept seniors fit, active, healthy and connected while  helping to end social isolation and combat ageism. Applications for this years Seniors Community Grants close at 5:00pm on March 6,  2023. Eligible organizations can apply for a Seniors Community Grant by visiting Seniors Community Grants will  be announced in June during Seniors Month.SOURCE MPP Laura Smith