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CSD Ballet Bun Week! Mon. Sept. 19 – Sun. Sept. 25

-From Monday, Sept. 19 – Sunday, Sept. 25, we will be spending the first 15 minutes of each ballet class to teach students and parents how to make a proper ballet bun. Parents of Pre-Primary, Primary and Grade 1 & 2 Ballet – please come in to the studio with your dancer and be prepared to style your dancer’s hair.  Dancers in Grade 3 Ballet & up are expected to do their own bun!  Did you know that CSD sells bun kits for $3.00?

CSD Disney Trip 2017 INFO Night!  – Fri. Sept. 23, 6:30pm

- CSD is going to Walt Disney World July 6-10, 2017.  If you want to find out more about this exciting opportunity for your dancer to perform in a Disney parade and onstage at Epcot (and a really fun family vacation!), please come to our Information Night this Friday, September 23 at 6:30pm!  Find out more here!

CSD Fall Food Drive! – Mon. Sept. 26 – Fri. Oct. 7

- CSD is collecting donations of non-perishable food for the Foodbank of Waterloo region.  Please drop off your donations in the front lobby area and help us help others!

Thanksgiving Weekend – NO classes

- There are NO classes Saturday, October 8 through Monday, October 10 so that everyone can enjoy Thanksgiving weekend with their families.  Classes will resume on Tuesday, October 11th.

 

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