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November 4th Newsletter

Happy November! We are enjoying this chilly weather and hope everyone is having a great

weekend!


 

We are so excited to announce our Christmas Pajama Paty! Parents, drop off your kids and go do some last minute Christmas shopping! Join us on December 16th from 9:00-11:30am for ages 3-8. Wear your PJ's and bring stuffed animal! We will have dancing, Christmas crafts and so much FUN! Sign up online for a MERRY good time! Pajama Party cost is $30/child.

 

There is still space available in our Thanksgiving camp! Join us Monday, November 20th from 9:00-11:30am, ages 3-8! We will be dancing to the turkey dance, doing some Thanksgiving crafts, and we will have a few fun surprises! We can't wait to see you there! Secure your spot today by enrolling online. Camp cost is $30/child.

 

Christmas at the Park Dance Celebration - December 2nd - Mitch Park Amphitheater (Twinkle Toes through Intermediate Classes)

Our Christmas Show at Studio J is a special family celebration! It's free for our dancers and their families and is all about embracing the joy of the season. Participants from our Twinkle Toes dancers up to our Intermediate students will be taking part in this event.

Please note that our Twirling Twos and Acro classes will not be performing in the Christmas show.

​The event will be at the Mitch Park Amphitheater, weather permitting. If the weather doesn't cooperate, we have the option to use our very own Performing Arts Center. For this festive occasion, dancers are asked to wear all black attire along with a snow hat and gloves. We can't wait to share this wonderful celebration with you and your family!

What to wear: All dancers will wear all black clothing along with a winter hat and gloves/mittens in any color or style. Additionally, they have the option to purchase our annual Studio J Christmas Sweatshirt. For this event, there's no need for leotards or regular dance attire. Leggings, sweats, shirts, hoodies, sweaters, fleece, and similar items are all perfectly fine! Since it's an outdoor event, we recommend layering up to stay warm. Dancers should wear their street shoes until they're seated. After that, they should change into the appropriate dance shoes for their performance. Coats or blankets are allowed to keep warm until it's time to perform, and they can put them back on afterward. We want everyone to stay comfortable and cozy while enjoying the event.​

 

What's ahead!

November 20-24th- Thanksgiving break, studio closed

November 20th- Thanksgiving break camp (enroll online)

December 2nd- Christmas at the park dance celebration!

December 9th- Standing Ovation Theater Show

December 16th- Christmas Pajama Party (enroll online)

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