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Dance Waimakariri


Mon 29 Oct 2012, 3:30pm–7:30pm

Where: Waikuku Beach Hall, Domain Rd, Waikuku, Waimakariri

Restrictions: All Ages


Listed by: dance4

An academy of dance teaching jazz, ballet and contemporary for pre-schoolers through to adults in north Canterbury.

During classes in term 4, we will further develop dance and movement sequences, elements of dance, creativity and technique. We will also continue putting pieces of work together for our performance Alice in Wonderland held on the 9th of December. This will be a celebration of dance and combination of work from all dancers in Waikuku, Amberley, Rangiora and Kaiapoi. All students will have the opportunity to perform on stage in costume and family and friends will be invited to share and celebrate in our dance success this year.

Dance classes in Waikuku will be on Mondays at the Beach Hall;
Dance classes in Amberley will be on Tuesdays at the Pavilion (Tin Shed);
Dance classes in Kaiapoi will be on Thursdays at the Kaiapoi Borough School Hall;
Dance classes in Rangiora will be on Fridays at the Anglican Church 353 High Street.

This is our timetable for Waikuku for term 4, however it may be amended if needed:
3:30-4.00pm: 4 year olds class;
4.00-4:30pm: Beginner Ballet, 5-7 years;
4:30-5.00pm: Beginner Jazz, 5-7 years;
5.00-5:45pm: Intermediate Jazz, 8 years and over;
5:45-6:45pm: Ballet, 14 and over.

The following payment options are available for you: cash, cheque or internet banking.

Dance dress:
We now have Dance Waimakariri dance dress available to order. Please ask me if you would like to order any of these items.

Ballet uniform: Leotard and skirt + ballet shoes and tights.
Jazz uniform: Blue and black tank top + black bootlegs (shoes for intermediate and advanced dancers).

As dance is a disciplined sport it is important that students come to class with appropriate clothing. Please ensure that students hair is tied back in a bun or a pony tail to avoid hair falling into their eyes.

I look forward to another wonderful term of dance. If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to ask.

Kind regards,
Lenna Palzer
NZAMD Solo performance Dip, GdipTchLn, BRecEd.

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