SALISBURY – More than 300 Eastern Shore residents will overtake North Division Street Sunday in Salisbury’s first annual Dance for Kindness event.
A flash mob of children and adults will be among the thousands of participants from countries all over the world to rehearse and perform a dance routine in an effort to spread kindness to the community.
Life Vest Inside (LVI) founder Orly Wahba started the international event five years ago to unite people of different backgrounds for World Kindness Day, an occurrence set for Nov. 13 of each year.
Last year, more than 12,000 participants from 50 countries danced for kindness. This year, Salisbury will join the movement for its first annual community event.