2018-19 Academic Year
Youth Beginning II - Ages 7-14
Thursdays @ 5:30pm
As a Beginning II clogger, your child is progressing nicely and feeling quite comfortable on the dance floor. This is not their first clogging class and confidence abounds!
Bright eyes and ready smiles show just how inspired your child is for the next step of their clogging journey. You may even find your child bursting into spontaneous clogging steps in the hallways -- or, really, wherever they go!
Stomp... Double Step... Bounce... Chug... Hooray for Clogging!
Youth Intermediate II - Ages 10 - 16
Thursdays @ 6:35pm
Look at your child grow! Toe stands and pull-backs and double doubles... Oh, My!
Youth Intermediate II dancers are enjoying the challenge of learning more advanced steps, working on clarity of sounds, and incorporating more arm movements into their dancing.
These cloggers are taking their dancing to the next level. The joy has just begun!
Adult Beginning - Ages 17+
Wednesdays @ 7:40pm
Awake your inner child through the joyful experience of clogging. You'll get your your blood pumping and a smile on your face while learning foundational clogging techniques - and... who knows... maybe you'll even grow a few friendships along the way. What are you waiting for?
Spice up your life with a bit of clogging joy!
Adult Beginning II - Ages 17+
1 hour 5 minutes
Thursdays @ 7:40pm
You're learning... you're growing... you're having a fantabulous time...
By now, you're feeling comfortable and confident on your feet and it's time to kick it up a notch. You're ready to learn a few more skills and start feeling super solid on those you've already learned.
Awww.... yeah.... YOU are a clogger!
Adult Intermediate - Ages 17+
Thursdays @ 9:30am
Look at that smile on your face and that spring in your step! Awesome!
As an intermediate dancer, you are growing in technique, clarity of sounds, repertoire, and most of all.... confidence.
Now, you're taking your clogging to a whole new level!
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