1020 Lombard Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19147
Classes will be held in the animal free grass. Come comfortable to jump and roll around in the grass. On muddy days, you will receive a text and/or email notice that class will move to Hawthorne Cultural Center at 12th and Carpenter.
12th & Catharine St. Philadelphia, PA 19147
Bella Vista Area
Class will be held on the paved area of the park
4300-4398 Baltimore Ave. Philadelphia PA 19104
Meet at the 43rd and Chester Corner on Side A which is on the north end of the park. The meeting spot is at the Dickens Statue*
*Dickens is the bronze dude on a marble platform looking like he can't decide if this is the best of times or the worst of times.
Meet at the 45th and Chester Corner on "Side B," the south end of the park. The meeting spot is at the picnic square close to the grass playing field.
Markward rec center
400 S. Taney St. (26th & Pine) Philadephia, PA 19146
Fitler Sq/ Schuylkill River Banks
Classes will be held on the open black top, next to the basketball courts, which is adjacent to the Rec Center office and playground.
lloyd hall rec center
1 Boathouse Row, Philadelphia, PA 19130
Art Museum Area
Participants should meet in front of of the rec center building entrance.
wharton square playground
1300 S 23rd St. Philadelphia, PA 19146
Participants should meet at the center of the park near the Rec Center office.
UMA is committed to providing a safe and healthy workplace and learning environment for all our staff and students. We have developed the following COVID 19 Pandemic Rules and Guidelines for all of our in person dance classes. UMA’s goal is to mitigate the potential for transmission of COVID-19 (and all illness) in our workplace and throughout our communities. Full cooperation from all UMA staff and students is critical to our collective success. All UMA instructors, administrators, and students/clients are responsible for implementing and complying with all aspects of this COVID 19 Pandemic Rules and Guidelines. Our COVID 19 Pandemic Rules and Guidelines follows guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Pennsylvania Department of Health guidelines, and OSHA Standards related to COVID-19.
Controls for social distancing
Windows and doors will be open as much as possible to increase the flow of fresh air. Windows and doors may be closed during the afternoons and when heat and/or humidity are high so that the HVAC can be used.
Bleach solution to CDC standards: 60 seconds for nonporous items; 10 minutes for other items (CDC)
70% isopropyl and 60% ethanol alcohols may be used to disinfect in 20-30 seconds. (CDC)
3% hydrogen peroxide: 30 seconds for nonporous items; 6 minutes for other items. Hydrogen peroxide can also be diluted to 5 parts water to 1-part hydrogen peroxide without reducing efficiency. (CDC)
Additional EPA-register disinfectants can be found on the EPA website. (EPA List N Chemicals)
These protocols are based upon the following sources: