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DPW-Welcome

Welcome to the ADF Dance Professional Workshop (DPW)!

Below is important information and resources for your day-to-day life at ADF.

Arrival and Departure

Arrival/Check-in Dates:

• Workshop for Creative Process | Jennine Willett: Sunday, June 26 

• Workshop for Educators | Gerri Houlihan: Sunday, July 3 

Participants check-in 10:00 AM–12:00 PM on their arrival date. Participants should plan to arrive to ADF to check-in at Gilbert-Addoms Residence Hall, located at 1368 Campus Dr., Durham, NC on Duke University’s East Campus, where the ADF summer administrative offices are located. 

At check-in, participants receive their check-in packet, finalized intensive schedules, ADF/Duke ID card, a prepaid ADF T-Shirt (paid by May 16), dorm housing information and key if living on-campus, parking pass, and will resolve any outstanding student form or billing matters. All participants must check-in before attending opening events or classes. 

Early Arrivals: Advanced check-in and early move in dates for dorm residents cannot be accommodated. Please make separate arrangements if you plan to arrive in Durham before your program’s official check-in date. 

Late Arrivals: ADF strongly encourages participants to arrive during the designated check-in time, but understands that extenuating circumstances may arise. Participants unable to arrive by 12:00 PM must notify the ADF School at school@americandancefestival.org as soon as possible so arrangements can be made. Late arrivals may be permitted on a case-by-case basis. Fees will not be prorated for participants who arrive late to the festival. 

Departure Dates:

Workshop for Creative Process | Jennine Willett: Saturday, July 2 

Workshop for Educators | Gerri Houlihan: Saturday, July 9 

Participants may leave at any time during their program’s specified departure date, but on-campus residents must check out of their dorm by 11:00 AM. Participants staying in the dorms will check out and return their key to ADF by 11am on departure day. Sunday drop-in classes and discussions in the SDI schedule are available and optional during departure day. 

Getting Around ADF & Duke Campus
Dining On-Campus

There are dining points/cash loaded to each students’ ADF/Duke ID card that is living in a dorm for the total amount of $255/one week or $570/two weeks. 

This covers dinner on the date of arrival, breakfast on the date of departure, and 3 meals/day for all other days. Each meal swipe will reduce the total cash balance on the student’s card. To track the remaining balance at anytime, ask any dining vendor for a receipt. The points loaded to the card will also be accepted in various vending machines and laundry machines in student dorms or other locations. Please note, unused funds are nonrefundable

East Campus
East Union Marketplace
Trinity Café on East Campus

West Campus
Broadhead Center

Central Campus
Café 300 (limited hours)

Allergies:
Duke Dining identifies foods containing the eight major food allergens (wheat, dairy, eggs, fish, shellfish, tree nuts,​ peanuts, and soy, plus sesame) as well gluten containing foods in all of our dining locations. “Ask Me” allergen program is setup to there is always a member of the restaurant staff available to assist guests with allergen related menu questions. Peanut oil is not used in any dining facility.

Local Resource Guide
  Walking Distance Driving Distance

Grocery

 

Harris Teeter—2107 Hillsborough Road

Dollar General—800 Broad Street

Whole Foods—621 Broad Street

Food Lion—2930 West Main Street

Target—4037 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd

Household Items

 

Dollar General—800 Broad St

Harris Teeter—2107 Hillsborough Road

 

Costco—1510 North Pointe Dr

Ross—1515 North Pointe Dr, Ste 130

Target—4037 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd

Walmart—1525 Glenn School Rd

Banks

 

Wells Fargo—2000 West Main St

Duke Credit Union—2200 West Main St

Bank of America—1515 North Gregson Street

PNC Bank—500 West Morgan St

NC State Employees Credit Union—504 S. Duke St

Mailing The UPS Store—811 9th St USPS—323 East Chapel Hill St

Medical

 

Walgreens—1505 Broad St

Harris Teeter Pharmacy—2107 Hillsborough Rd

Duke University Hospital—2301 Erwin Rd

CVS Minute Clinic—3573 Hillsborough Rd

Duke Sports Injury/Orthopaedic Urgent Care—3475 Erwin Rd.

Duke Urgent Care Croasdaile—1821 Hillandale Rd

Laundromats Field’s 24-Hour Laundromat—744 Ninth St White Star Laundromat—3600 Hillsborough Rd

Food

 

Bali Hai Mongolian Grill—811 9th St, #170

Blue Corn Café –716 9th St

Brueggar’s Bagel Bakery—626 9th St

Burger Bach—737 9th St

Cosmic Cantina—1920 Perry St

Dain’s Place—754 9th St

Elmo’s Diner —776 9th St

Federal—914 West Main St

Heavenly Buffaloes—1807 W Markham Ave

International Delights—740 9th St

Jimmy John’s—701 9th St

Juju Durham—737 9th St, #210

Local 22 Kitchen and Bar—2200 West Main St

Mad Hatter Bakeshop & Café—1802 West Main St

Monuts Donuts—1002 9th St

Panera Bread—737 9th St

Parizade—2200 West Main St

Subway—705 9th St

Triangle Coffee House—714 9th St

Vin Rouge—2010 Hillsborough Rd

Vine Sushi and Thai—607 Broad St

Alpaca Peruvian Charcoal Chicken—302 Davidson Ave

Bojangles—3558 Hillsborough Rd

Bull McCabes Irish Pub—427 West Main St.

Chick-fil-a—3429 Hillsborough Rd

Chipotle Mexian Grill—2608 Erwin Rd.

Cookout—3624 Hillsborough Rd

Counting House—111 Corcoran St

Dame’s Chicken & Waffles—530 Foster St, Unit 03

Dashi—415 East Chapel Hill St

Del Rancho—5279 N Roxboro St, Unit 2

Enzo’s Pizza Co.—2608 Erwin Rd, #140

Foster’s Market—2694 Durham-Chapel Hill Blvd

Geer Street Garden—644 Foster St

Joe Van Gogh—1104 Broad St

Mellow Mushroom—410 Blackwell St

Nanataco—2512 University Dr

Pizzeria Toro—105 East Chapel Hill St

Saladelia Café—411 Chapel Dr

The Original Q Shack—2510 University Dr

The Palace International—1104 Broad St

The Parlour—117 Market St

Tobacco Road Sports Café—280 S Magnum St, #100

 

Health Center and Injury Resources

Physical Therapy On-Site

June 17–July 15
Gilbert-Addoms Room 123

Hours of Operation
Monday: 7:30 AM–11:30 AM
Wednesday: 10:00 AM–2:00 PM
Friday: 1:00 PM–5:00 PM

Operated on a walk-in basis, no appointment needed. Mask required.

 

Illness or Minor Injury

Duke Student Health Center (if Health Fee has been paid)
305 Towerview Road on West Campus
Phone: 919-681-9355
With the Student Health Center fee, students are eligible for basic assessment/treatment at the Student Health Clinic on Duke University’s West Campus for the full 4 weeks.

Duke Urgent Care Croasdaile
1821 Hillandale Rd Suit 24A
Durham, NC 27705-2671
Reserve a Spot: 919-586-8555
Click here to view wait times for other Urgent Cares.

Severe Sports Injuries

Duke Physical Therapy Sports Medicine at the Center for Living
3475 Erwin Road
Durham, NC 27705
Appointments: 919-684-588
Office: 919-681-1656

Duke Sports Injury and Orthopedic Urgent Care at Arringdon
5601 Arringdon Park Dr. Suit 300
Morrisville, NC 27560-5643
Office: 919-681-1656
No Appointment Necessary

Duke Hospitals

Duke University Hospital
2301 Erwin Rd, Durham, NC 27710
Phone: 919-684-8111

Duke Regional Hospital
3643 N Roxboro St
Durham, NC 27704
Phone: 919-470-4000

Heat Exhaustion/Heat Stroke Prevention

Durham summers are hot! Click the links below to inform yourself about potentially harmful consequences of exercising in the heat. Take note of the symptoms, prevention methods, and steps of action.

Heat Exhaustion

Heat Stroke

Best forms of prevention:

  • Drink lots of fluids (water, electrolytes, etc.)
  • Stay nourished
  • Wear loose-fitting, lightweight clothing
  • Take notice of the hottest parts of the day and your own body temperature

 Best steps of action:

  • If possible, move person into a cooler environment (i.e. into the shade)
  • Attempt to decrease body temperature by pouring or spraying cool liquids
  • Drink water or cool liquids, especially sports drinks that contain electrolytes

If necessary, call 911 for the Durham Police or (919) 684-2444 for the Duke Police. Notify the school staff by calling Gilbert-Addoms at (919) 684-6402 or send someone to Gilbert-Addoms for help after 911 has been called.

Gender Neutral Bathrooms

All-Gender Bathrooms in ADF-Relevant Spaces

ADF believes in inclusion and fairness, which includes the right for each individual to access public facilities according to their gender as opposed to their biological sex. All-gender bathrooms exist in some, but not all classrooms and performance spaces. Wherever male/female facilities are the only options available, ADF honors the right for students, faculty, and staff to choose the facility that makes them most comfortable. We acknowledge that this is an imperfect situation and hope that the campuses that ADF occupies will prioritize updating their facilities to be fully inclusive.

Schedules and Additional Resources

Schedules

ADF Sched App
The Sched App is your go-to place for drop-in classes, performances, events, festival communication, and more! Download the app to your smart phone/tablet or sign up through your laptop at sched.com. Starting June 16, search for event: ADF Summer Dance Intensive. ADF staff will provide app registration guidance at check-in, and orientation will include an app walk through.

DPW Schedule: Creative Process with Jennine Willett

DPW Schedule: Educators with Gerri Houlihan

SDI Schedule (PDF)

Additional Resources

2022 DPW Handbook
Studio Availability
COVID Policies (PDF) — updated 6/24/22

$5 Open Adult Classes @ Samual H. Scripps Studios*
Subject to availability. Check in at the front desk before class to claim your discounted rate.