KMG Creations Dance

Where Dancing is the Sign Language of the Spirit

Dancing in the Park

While Dancing in the Park is a free event, donations from attendees are welcome. This year’s donations will support the Starkville Animal Shelter and suggested items include: 

KMG Creations Dance, Fitness, & Production, LLC will be celebrating its 7th Annual Dancing in the Park Community event Saturday, July 3, 2017 at the large pavilion at McKee Park in Starkville. First celebrated in 2010, first started the event to memorialize KMG Creations owner and dance instructor, Kay Marie's sister and niece.


Starting at 9:00 am and lasting until 12:30 pm, Dancing in the Park will be a free event that community members young and old are encouraged to attend with a free healthy lunch while supplies last. Numerous dance styles will be represented by the various Mississippi artists in attendance. Click here for the 2017 line up. Dancing in the Park will also promote other aspects of art by having booths with exhibits. Activity booths will include painting, voice, crafting, and photography. Attracting around 300 attendees each year, Dancing in the Park also celebrates National Dance Day.


 Upon it’s creation  years ago the event just happened to coincide with the first National Dance Day and has been held that day annually ever since to join with dancers of every background across the nation to celebrate the creativity of dance. National Dance Day was created by Nigel Lythgoe, executive producer and judge for the television series, So You Think You Can Dance, for the purpose of encouraging Americans to embrace dance as a fun way to maintain good health and fight obesity. Click here to learn the official 2016 National Dance Day Routine.