March 28 - May 16, 2022

Lincoln "Colorful Comets" Team

- Mondays, 7:00-7:45 PM -
Dancers will perform for our DBL 10yr Anniversary, May 14th at Turner Park, Midtown Crossing. They will also perform June 3rd & 4th for the Omaha Chase Recital. Our traditional program, this dance class has an emphasis on performance: dancers will learn two routines while learning dance technique and the importance of being a part of a team. Cost: $65
(+$20 costume fee for new dancers)
March 13 - May 8, 2022

Omaha "Shimmering Stars" and "Galaxy" Teams

- Sundays, 3:45-4:30 PM -
Shimmering Stars (ages 11+) & Galaxy (ages 3-10) run concurrently. Dancers will perform for our DBL 10yr Anniversary, May 14th at Turner Park, Midtown Crossing. They will also perform May 21st for the Fusion Recital. Our traditional program, this dance class has an emphasis on performance: dancers will learn two routines while learning dance technique and the importance of being a part of a team. Cost: $65
(+$20 costume fee for new dancers)
January 30 - February 27, 2022

Omaha Yoga

- Sundays, 3:00-3:45 PM  (5 weeks) -
@ Fusion Dance (180th & Harrison)
Yogies will explore fun and creative yoga poses through story telling, singing, team building activities and creative movement with an emphasis of strengthening the mind and body.
(Cost: $50, Rec ages: 5+)
     **Yogies will have a shared buddy per every 2-3 students and should be able to participate in a group setting without 1:1 assistance.**
TBA

Omaha Cheer

- Wednesdays, 4:15-5:00 PM  (4 weeks) -
TBA
@ Hope Presbyterian Church
This NEW program will be full of fun, cheering, chanting and singing with an emphasis on team work and social skill building. D.B.L. ROCKS!!
(Cost- $40)
Summers

Bike Camp

- Usually first 2 weeks of June - Mon, Tue, Thur evenings & Fri morning
@Lincoln Christian School (gym & parking lot)
Bike camp typically has 5-7 participants each year. For ages 6+ and must pass a physical screening in order to participate. Each camper is only allowed to attend once, so a screening helps determine if its the right time to attend.
(Cost- FREE)

Planned, staffed, and executed exclusively by volunteers, Bike Camp was established in 2008 and has occurred nearly every year since. This camp was designed to help kids with special needs learn how to ride a typical bike without training wheels, using a protocol from the book Bicycling with Children: A Complete How-to Guide by Trudy E. Bell. In the most recent years, bike camp has been offered free of charge to our participants.  We typically have at least one volunteer paired with each bike camp rider. Previous volunteers have been pediatric Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, and Speech Therapists, as well as high school students, college students and other community members who are interested in teaching bike riding skills. It is advantageous to have pediatric therapists among the volunteers to utilize clinical skills to modify and make adaptations for the various bike riders’ needs. This has been paramount to the success of bike camp!

To inquire about bike camp opportunities, email bikecamp@mattersontomorrow.org