2023 Summer Schedule
Explore Dance Camps
$90 each camp
Each 3-day camp will include two dance sessions and a themed craft & snack between each session. We are offering two different camps, each themed camp will run twice during the summer, with one morning and one evening option!
July 24-26 5:30-7:30 p.m.
Themed around our Spring Ballet “Neverland,” this camp is sure to be full of *faith, trust, and pixie dust* this summer!!
“Vacation Bible School” Camp
July 26-28 9:30-11:30 a.m.
Classic VBS vibes: the music, the crafts, the stories! All with….DANCING! Each day will have a theme and include Bible stories that surround that theme!
9:30-10:15 Dance session
10:45-11:30 Dance session
5:30-6:15 Dance session
6:45-7:30 Dance session
Summer Series FAQ’s: Ages 3-6
What styles of dance will my dancer do each day of camp? There will be two ballet sessions, two tap sessions, and two jazz sessions in each camp. You will receive an email the week before your camp with the specific schedule for your child.
What should my dancer wear? Leotard and tights! These may be any color. Your dancer may also add a ballet skirt if they choose. Hair must be in a ponytail or bun, pulled back from the face. We recommend that tights be footed so shoes do not rub. If your child is borrowing tap shoes (see below), tights MUST be footed.
What shoes does my dancer need? We recommend having ballet shoes, they will wear these for most sessions. If you do not have tap shoes and would not want to invest in them for only two sessions, your shoe size and whether you need to borrow shoes is a question that is included on the registration form, we will have some ready for you to borrow.
Will I get to watch? We invite parents to watch the last 10 minutes of each day of camp! Parents may not watch entire classes.
Are both “Neverland” and “VBS” Camps the same? Yes, there may be some variation in the classes (different instructor, slightly different dances and combinations), but the crafts and general activities will be the same for both “Neverland” camps and both “VBS” camps.
Did we forget a question? Let us know and we’ll post the answer!