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Dance Your A Off! for Harlem School of the Arts

  • Jane Do Newark Avenue Jersey City, NJ United States (map)


Join us as we Dance Our A$$es Off at JANE DO Jersey City to raise money to benefit The Harlem School of the Arts!

Access to the arts for every child—today and into the future—is imperative. Your gift will support the Financial Aid and Scholarship Fund at the Harlem School of the Arts providing financial aid to 100% of the eligible families whose children need it most. 

Katelyn Gaffney, a Radio City Rockette, will lead a special Dance Your A$$ Off class on July 1, 2017 at 1pm. All proceeds from the class will benefit a scholarship fund to help students in Harlem attend programming to spark their creativity.

Complimentary gift bags and raffle will be available in studio. Thank you to our sponsors Lifesaver for donating water bottles and Olivia Landau for donating an orginial piece of jewlery. Check out her work here:


How to prepare
Wear comfortable, form fitting attire. All cardio classes require traditional sneakers. A unisex locker room is available on site. They offer towel service and water is available for purchase.

How to get there
JANE DO is located just one block west of the Grove street PATH Station at: 162 Newark Ave, Floor 3 (cross street Erie)

About JANEDO: JANEDO was founded by fitness experts and celebrity trainers, Jacey Lambros and Danielle DeAngelo. As former professional dancers and world famous Radio City Rockettes, they know first hand that there is more to performing than perfecting choreography. JANE DO combines classical dance and traditional physical conditioning techniques to create the most efficient and effective total body workout. JANE DO allows everyone to find their strength through fitness so they can go outside the studio and DO incredible things.

About Harlem School of the Arts: Harlem School of the Arts (HSA) is one of New York City’s pioneering arts institutions. Harlem School of the Arts is committed to leveling the playing field by empowering young people from across the multi-cultural and socio-economic spectrum. Of the nearly 4,000 students who participate in our programs, more than 85% are African American or Latino and nearly 50% of students taking classes at our facility receive financial aid or scholarships, or take advantage of the flexibility of extended payment plans.