By Jean Hallman
August is back to school month and along with school comes many after school opportunities. Dance 411 offers year round quality dance training for children ages 3 to 17 and their weekly progressive dance program starts back with the school year.
This sought-after program will be holding an annual fall open house on Saturday, August 6, from 10:00am to 2:00pm. This event will allow prospective parents and students to view demonstrations, take studio tours, participate in free classes, and meet instructors. Class schedules, dance attire, and information will also be available for all fall class offerings.
“I’m thrilled we are offering an entire week of free trial classes as a part of our open house,” said Kids Dance 411 Director J.J. Crampton. “Your dancer can try each of our different styles of dance to decide what classes they want to take this season.” Free classes will be offered during Open House Week August 8-11.
Dance training promotes life skills including discipline, self-respect, self-confidence, and improved learning skills. Kids Dance 411 emphasizes strong dance technique that will serve the student in a professional career of dance or as an extracurricular activity.
All are welcome to attend the open house and registration for progressive classes is already underway. Students can choose from ballet, jazz, tap, tumbling, and hip hop. Fall classes start at $69/month per class. You can learn more and register at www.KidsDance411.com.
Dance 411’s Performance Company is hosting its second and final audition on Sunday, August 7, for the 2016-17 team. This performance group has competed and performed on TV and at prestigious events all over the south. They have also won several notable awards. Auditions are for ages 5-18 and are open to any child or young adult eager to learn from professional level choreographers in the industry. Ticket and event information is available at www.Dance411Company.eventbrite.com.
For more information visit www.KidsDance411.com, call the studio at (404) 622-4110, or email Info@Dance411.com.
Back to School Means More Dancing
By Jean Hallman