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Madison Ballet's Dream Camp: Carnival of the Animals

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Name: Madison Ballet's Dream Camp: Carnival of the Animals
Date: June 19, 2017
Time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM CDT
Event Description:

New for summer 2017, SMB is offering two 1-week Dream Camps for boys and girls ages 3-8. Activities are designed to increase the love and appreciation for the art of ballet while improving coordination, performance ability, discipline and self-esteem.

Dancers will explore a central theme or story, and an informal showcase at the end of the week gives children an opportunity to show their families and friends what they learned. Craft materials, props, and a daily snack are provided. Enroll now—space is very limited. No prior dance experience or dance attire required!

Location:
Madison Ballet Studios
160 Westgate Mall, Suite I
Madison, WI 53711
Date/Time Information:
Monday, June 19th - Friday, June 23rd 2017
9:00 a,m - 12:00pm 
Contact Information:
Alyssa Gunsolus
Fees/Admission:
Little Dreamers (3-5) $190
Petite Dreamers (5-8) $190
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