2016 Summer Schedule

We have camps the week(s) of:

June 6-10

July 11-15

August 1-5

 

Fairy Tale Dance Camp is Monday-Friday from 9-10:30 am for 3-5 year olds.

9-9:30 is dance warm-up

9:30-10:15 is craft, story time and snacks

10:15-10:30 is Fairy Tale Dance

 

Fairy Tale Dance Camp is Monday-Friday from 11-12:30 pm for 6-9 year olds.

11-11:30 is dance technique

11:30-12:15 is craft, story time and snacks

12:15-12:30 is Fairy Tale Dance

 

Dance Technique for beginner dancers is Monday -Friday from 1pm-3pm.

Monday: Tap Technique

Tuesday-Wednesday: Contemporary Technique

Thursday-Friday: Ballet Technique

 

Dance Technique for Intermediate/Advanced Dancers  is Monday-Friday 3pm-5pm

Monday: Tap Technique

Tuesday-Wednesday: Contemporary Technique

Thursday-Friday: Ballet Technique

Fairy Tale Dance Camp: is a great introduction to the dance world. The first 30 minutes are basic dance technique, using games to introduce ballet concepts appropriate for boys and girls. Our craft time will be used to make props for the Fairy Tale Dance part of the camp. We will be making wings, wands, crowns, etc. The last part of our day is the Fairy Tale Dance. Every day we will take a Fairy Tale or Famous Ballet and learn a section of a dance from that story or Ballet and then using our props we will perform our dance. We must have 5 dancers to have our Fairy Tale Camp. 

Advanced Creative Movement: for children ages 4-6 years old; A.C.M, is a continuation of creative movement for a child who still needs to learn in game form, but wants a little more technique. Also for the older beginner.

Pointe: Is the part of classical ballet technique where the dancer supports all body weight on the tips of fully extended feet. It is for advanced dancers that have progressed through dance techniques of releve, saute, and pique. The dancer must be qualified by the pointe instructor to be involved in this class and participate in at least two additional classes.

Dance Technique for the Beginner Dancer: is for those who have never taken dance, or at a recreational level, and would like to explore the different types of dance. The first hour of class is technique or how to do that style of dance. We will then break with a snack and 30 minutes of dance history. The last 30 minutes of class will be learning a brief dance that uses techniques learned from that day. We must have 5 dancers to have our beginning dance camp. 

Dance Technique for the Intermediate/Advanced Dancer: is for a dancer that has taken dance for a serious period of time at a level II or III. This is an opportunity to stay in shape, explore different styles of dance and keep up on your training that you work so hard for during the dance season. Your are able to come to all the classes for the week or do one or two classes. We must have 5 dancers to have our intermediate/advanced dance camp.