The holiday break is over and it is great to have the Winter classes for Highland Dancing start up again. This is an excellent program for children interested in learning the Celtic tradition of highland dancing, it will run for 7 weeks starting January 25th. The program is ran through the Department of Recreation for the County of Richmond County, and is held at the St. Peter's Fire Hall on Wednesday afternoons.It will run from 3:30-4:30pm for children ages 5-6 years and from 4:30 - 5:30pm for children 7 years and up. The Course fee is $55.00 and the instructor is Micayla Matthews of Scottish Dance Teacher's Alliance. If you are interested in having a child begin classes call the Richmond County Municipal Office at 226-2400 and ask to speak to the staff of the Recreation Department and they will be happy to give you the registration information.
Here is an update that I received from Jennifer Landry, Instructor of Highland Dance in St. Peter's. She also has given some information on the Celtic workshops being held on March 16th and 17th in Westmount.
Reminder that dancing begins next Wednesday with Micayla Matthews!
Also, see below for Celtic workshops coming up March 16-17 in Westmount if you are interested! There is a facebook page for info on this: http://www.facebook.com/events/285389228184674/ The facebook page shows the format for the days. Pass it on to anyone who may be interested.
Highland Dance Instructor
Dates: Friday, March 16th & Saturday, March 17th
Location: 95 Sunnydale Drive, Westmount
AM Sessions: 9:00-12:30 (BEGINNER LEVEL)
PM Sessions 1:00-4:30 (INTERMEDIATE LEVEL)
This 2-Day workshop will offer students a ‘taste’ of Celtic Culture
***Beginners are welcome***
We would love for you to come and try this out~!
*Students Ages 5 to 20 years
Pipe Band Drumming
*All students will learn a fun Gaelic Song to end their morning or afternoon sessions*
Student Fee: $100.00
*EARLY Registration Before February 15th = $10.00 off ($90.00 total)
*2-Day Workshop = 3 choices per day, plus 1 Gaelic Song Class
(Total = 8 classes over the 2 days)
*Instructor Intro Performance Daily
This is an affordable and fun way to have your child spend their March Break, while learning and getting a taste of the Celtic Culture of Nova Scotia. If this is successful, there will be classes continued in workshop formats for interested students.
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