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Dancers Prepare for Recital and Summer Camps

By Jean Hallman
Kids Dance 411 is excited to present their end of year recital on Saturday, June 4. The end of year recital for the Kids Progressive Program is titled Dancing Through the Decades. “This performance is great entertainment right here in our own neighborhood,” said kids program director J.J. Crampton. “Bring your grandparents or your grandkids. It’s a fantastic opportunity to encourage our kids and have lots of fun doing it.”
Tickets for the recital are $15 in advance, $20 at the door and $25 for priority seating. Purchase yours at, and learn more at
Summer Dance & Acting Camp begins Tuesday, May 31, and will run all summer through August 5. Weekly themes will include Afro-Caribbean, Salsa, Broadway, and more. Students will build on creative skills aiding them to become better all-around performers. Training will include theatre, ballet, hip hop, jazz, and specialty classes. Students will also participate in acting, writing, and set design with a passionate staff instructing students based on individual skill level. Beginners to advance performers are welcome.
Camps run Monday through Friday, 9:00am to 4:00pm daily and campers can be dropped off as early as 8:00am with extended care available until 6:00pm. Each week will conclude with a camper performance for friends and families. Fees range from $87/week to $159/week, plus CAPS is accepted. You can learn more and register at “Dance 411 prides itself on working hard at providing the best in dance education,” said Sindy Schneider, co-owner of Dance 411 Studios. “Our steady growth proves that our service gets better and better each year. We are grateful for the support in our community!”
For more information on Kids Dance 411 visit, call the studio at (404) 622-4110, or email

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