BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) -- The first day of school is only one week away for most students.
Thanks to one organization, summer vacation is ending with a bang.
The Children's Dance Foundation hosted its third annual community fest in downtown Homewood Sunday.
Participants got a chance to tour the CDF facilities and learn more about getting involved with the organization.
The free event offered plenty of fun for all ages.
"We had a drum circle, kids crafts, beach ball room for toddlers, dancing, of course, dance performances, food and drinks, bounce house, sidewalk chalk art, a photo booth. So much going on for all ages," Shellie Chamber said.
Donations were taken at the event. All proceeds benefit the foundation's programs.
For more information on the Children's Dance Association, click here.
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