KANSAS CITY, Mo. - The Kansas City Ballet opened its doors to the community on Saturday.
The fourth annual KC Dance Day featured free classes, performances, demonstrations and giveaways.
It was for everyone and anyone interested in all types of dance.
"We've got zumba, jazz, modern, all free classes. We also have some world dance classes coming up for African, Mexican, Greek. You name it," KC Ballet Artistic Director Devon Carney said.
The event was held at the Todd Bolender Center for Dance and Creativity next to Union Station in downtown Kansas City.
The dance center offers classes all year long for all ages.