November 23, 2011


October 2017

Bring a Friend to Dance!

Your dancer is welcome to bring a friend to their dance class for the week of Saturday, September 30th to Thursday, October 5th.


A reminder that there are no classes Saturday, October 7th or Monday, October 9th.

Cheques are Due

Please ensure all your postdated cheques are in. If you are unsure of your account balance, feel free to email us. Also, a reminder that the trial period is over as of October 14th.


In search of a great Halloween costume(s)? Some are used and some brand new. Items run from $2 up to $25. These items are great for Halloween costumes, dress up, or some for class attire!

In the spirit of Halloween, we invite our dancers to wear their Halloween costumes to dance class the week of Halloween. This would be Wednesday, October 25th – Tuesday, October 31st. Please make sure that they are costumes that will still allow the dancers to dance. We also invite our dancers to wear white if they choose not to wear a costume, as we have black lights on that week as well.

Used Shoes

Our used shoe sale will finish Tuesday, October 10th. If you have brought some shoes in to sell, please pick them up between Wednesday, October 11th and Saturday, October 14th.

Christmas Recital

Our Christmas recital is confirmed. We will be holding our Christmas recital at Country Hills Community Centre. Both the dress rehearsal and the show will be held Saturday, November 18th. Schedules and details to follow in the November newsletter. Tickets for the show are $10 each and every person wishing to watch the show must purchase a ticket. Tickets will be available for purchase at the beginning of November at the front desk during reception hours.

Cooler Weather

As we are getting into cooler weather, we would like to remind you to send your dancers in proper outdoor clothing. Even though they are just going to and from the car, it is important to keep their bodies warm in those few seconds.

Cold/Flu Season

We are hitting cold and flu season. Please remind your dancers to wash their hands often, not to share water bottles, and to cover their mouths with their arm when sneezing or coughing. These are all important things to help stop the spreading of germs.