IMPORTANT! Updated Calendar
As of September 17, our calendar has been updated to reflect a few changes.
Please go to the Schedule tab, and select Year at a Glance. For a more detailed description, see Events Calendar.
Bring-A-Friend & Dress-Up Week: September 23-28, 2019
Bring-A-Friend & Dress-Up Week is September 23-28, 2019.
Each dance student may invite one friend to come to class. Friends will be participating for some of the lesson and viewing some of the lesson. Everyone is invited to dress up. A few suggestions: costume, pyjamas, or exercise wear.
2019-2020 Dance Season
New! Hip Hop Dance.
The 2019-2020 dance season begins Tuesday September 3, 2019. Timetable of Classes here.
To register in any of our classes, submit an online registration form and we will get back to you with payment details.
Registrations will be accepted throughout September, provided there is space available.
Saturday May 25, 2019 we danced for some very appreciative seniors at Summerwood Village Retirement Residence.
A big thank you to our parent volunteers who supervised the dance students and helped with setting up the dance area.
Thanks to all involved for making the time to dance for – and bless – the residents!
Year-end Concert 2019
Sunday June 2, 2019 was our year-end concert.
Thank you to all the volunteers who contributed to the success of the entire afternoon!
Congratulations to each and every dance student on a job well done!
If you ordered a DVD, you will receive an email notification when it is available for pick-up.
Spring Break – no lessons
The dance school is closed during Spring Break.
No lessons March 25-30, 2019.
Lessons resume Monday April 1.
Watching Week: March 11-16, 2019
March 11-16, 2019 is Watching Week. Parents are invited to view their child’s lesson. Seating is limited; siblings are other guests are welcome, space permitting.
Bring-a stuffy Week: February 4-9, 2019
This week dance students are invited to bring a stuffed toy/animal to their lesson. February 4 to 9, 2019.
Dress Up Week December 10-15, 2018
December 10-15 dance students are invited to dress up for their lesson. A few examples…Pyjamas, dance costume (but not this year’s), a different body suit than the uniform, dress-up clothes. Regular dance shoes are to be worn.