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World Tutu Day! – Feb. 2nd

- February 2nd (02/02) is World Tutu Day!  All dancers are invited to wear a tutu to class on Thursday, February 2nd!

Loonie Love Week! – Feb. 8th – 14th

- During Loonie Love Week, dancers are invited to donate a loonie to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, and in return, they can wear red, pink or white to dance classes!  Anything goes: costumes, tutus, etc!

CSD Dance Company performs “Appalachian Spring” with the Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Orchestra – Sun. Feb. 12th, 3pm

- We are thrilled that our Dance Company has been invited to perform Copland’s “Appalachian Spring” with the Kitchener-Waterloo Chamber Orchestra at Knox Presbyterian Church (50 Erb Street West, Waterloo) on Sunday, February 12th at 3:00pm.

Tickets are available from ticketscene.ca, or may be purchased at the door 45 minutes before the concert (cash only).  All seating is general admission.  General ticket prices are $20;  Seniors $15; Students $5; 10 and under are free.

Family Day – Mon. Feb 20th – No classes

- There are no regular classes on Family Day, Monday, February 20th, so that our dance families and teachers can enjoy time with their families!

 

Hi Christine,  I hope you are taking time to bask in the many compliments I bet you are receiving.  Let me add mine!  I was so thrilled to see Ainsley perform in the weekend shows.  I can’t speak highly enough about the quality of the production, the costumes, the music….and the creativity of the choreography.  The show was highly entertaining from beginning to end.  I loved the whole thing — and the fact that my own daughter was able to perform in such an amazing production was truly thrilling.  Thank you so much to her teachers for introducing her to the world of dance, and especially, for recognizing her for Outstanding Achievement.  That means a lot to Ainsley. Again, hats off to you and your staff for a job amazingly well done.   Thank you!
           ~ Helen Durnin