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"Inspire the Fire"


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June 23rd-27th, 2014 “Suess-tastic”

Musical Theatre & Jazz                              

July 14th-18th, 2014 “Princess & the Frog”

Ballet & Creative Movement

August 11th-15th, 2014 “Boot Camp"

Hip Hop & Jazz    

Camp Times: 

9:30-11:30am Monday- Friday

                   

Cost:  The cost of each Jr. Dance camp week is $80.00 or $210.00 for all 3 weeks

        

 

Jr. Dance Camps are open to all girls and boys ages 3-10.  Each Camp will include learning dance steps and dance terminology, a daily snack and a daily craft. 

These fun filled dance camp ends with an informal “recital” to showcase what the campers learned during the week.  Wear dance clothes or comfortable clothing that will allow you to move & dance in. 

All camps will take place at the 307 Dance Academy Studio located at 225 N. Wolcott (307) 315-6297. 

(Space is limited & registering early is recommended)

The 2013-14 Dance Season is over but the summer dance season is just beginning. Check out our Summer Dance Classes!  Tuition is $20 per class for June, $30 per class for July, and $30 per class for August.
Call Tina Silva for more information.
 
Check out the Class Schedule and Calendar now!

There is also JUNIOR DANCE CAMPS
and
 SUMMER INTENSIVES!
See Schedule Below...
Click "Summer Dance Intensives" for more information on the amazing instructors.




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307 Dance Academy's 2013-2014 Board of Directors

Andrea Childs, President
Julie Scarlett, Vice President
Angie DuBay, Treasurer
Diane Berg, Secretary
Nicole Wilson, member  

"We are so fortunate to have members willing to share of themselves and their time!  Please make sure to extend  a thank you to these board members when you see them!"
--
Tina Silva
Executive Director
307 Dance Academy


         307 Dance Academy is Proud to Present

“INSPIRE THE FIRE"

 SUMMER DANCE INTENSIVE

 JULY 21ST-25TH, 2014

           FEATURING INSTRUCTION FROM:

(please click "More" for many more dance instructors)        AARON WOOD                        

A.A.  Casper College, B.F.A. University of Wyoming,

M.F.A. University of Utah;  Aaron is currently a Temporary Assistant Lecturer of Dance at the University of Wyoming. He has worked with such esteemed teachers/choreographers as Ellen Bromberg, Bronwen Curry, Della Davidson, Bill Evans, Abby Fiat, Pamela Geber, Zvi Gotheiner, Susan Hadley, Satu Hummasti, Marsha Fay Knight, Andrea Miller, and Peter Pucci.  He has also had the opportunity to perform in such venues as The Kennedy Center for Performing Arts (Washington, D.C.); The White Wave Dance Festival (NYC); The American Dance Guild's 50th Anniversary (NYC); The International Choreographer's Showcase (Madrid, Spain); and several American College DanceFestivals throughout the nation.  He spent seven seasons as a full time company member with Salt Lake City's Repertory Dance Theatre, where he had had the pleasure of performing the works of some of the dance world's most renowned choreographers including Merce Cunningham, Doris Humphrey, Michio Ito, Jose Limon, Murray Louis, Daniel Nagrin, Anna Sokolow, Shapiro & Smith, Charles Widman, and Laura Dean. Together, with fellow colleague and educator Sarah Donohue, he continues to further his choreographic and performance skills in their emerging dance company My Turkey Sandwich.