MacLeod of Lewis Scottish Arts Centre

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MacLeod of Lewis Scottish Arts Centre
MacLeod of Lewis
Scottish Arts Centre
Dancers’ Handbook
2012 - 2013 Season
CONTACT INFO
STUDIO:
2007 Mount Forest Drive, Burlington ON
at Brant St just 1 Block North of the QEW, (Entrance on Brant)
MAIL:
2284 Glastonbury Rd., Burlington ON L7P 4C8
PHONE:
Daytime & Messages: 905-335-6277
During Class Hours: 905-466-3111
EMAIL:
[email protected]
WEBSITE:
www.scottishartscentre.com
Table of Contents
ATTIRE
- Class Requirements
- Shoes & Dancewear
BOOSTER ASSOC.
CAMPS
CLASSES
- Dance Styles & Description
- Zumba & Pilates
CANCELLATIONS - Absence from Class
- Withdrawal
- HOLIDAYS
COMPETITIONS
COSTUMES
- Costume Fee
- Rentals
DANCE COMPANY
EXAMINATIONS
FEES
FUNDRAISING
INSTRUCTORS
PERFORMANCES
SAFETY
SCHEDULES
STUDIO
- Leaving the Building
- Storm Days
- Lesson dates & Holidays
- Personal class schedule
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Back pg
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DANCE CLASSES
It’s an exciting time as we begin our 47th year of teaching. Our
goal is to provide quality dance training that helps to develop your
child’s balance, flexibility, memory skills, presentation skills,
confidence and self-esteem. We do this with an emphasis on fun
and a love of the art form. We welcome both boys and girls into
our programs and feel that with a little hard work each year of
dance can be rewarding in many ways.
We provide professional instruction to students from 3 years to adult.
We adhere to the guidelines of the Scottish Official Board of Highland
Dancing (SOBHD) and the examination program of the British
Association of Teachers of Dancing (BATD).
HIGHLAND DANCING
The dancers learn the Traditional steps and movements of the basic Dances
Highland Fling
Ghillie Callum – The Sword Dance
Sean Triubhas
* Strathspey
* Highland Reel
* Reel of Tulloch
These dances are seen at most Highland Games and are primarily dances created
by Soldiers and Highlanders as celebrations of success in war and hunt.
SCOTTISH NATIONALS
While there are many more lesser-known dances, the dancers will focus on eight
dances used in competition and examinations. These dances are lighter in style
than the Highland dances and are often a dance of honour or accompanied by a
story.
Flora MacDonald’s Fancy
Scotch Measure - A Twa’some
Wilt Thou Go To The Barracks Johnny?
Blue Bonnets O’er the Border
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Scottish Lilt
The Village Maid
The Earl of Errol
Heilan’ Laddie
In addition, two other dances often seen at the Highland Games are taught
The Sailor’s Hornpipe
* Irish Jig (in Scottish Style)
TRADITIONAL STEP DANCING
Here the intricate patterns of “foot stomping” to the family fiddle at a kitchen
Ceilidh (party) are taught. We teach in the styles of Cape Breton and Prince
Edward Island.
TARTAN TOTS
A program for 3 & 4 year olds. This is a half-hour class consisting of movement
to music, learning to count and pattern. Highland movements are introduced as
the year progresses.
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THE DANCE INSTRUCTORS
Our Teachers are all seasoned performers and have been successful competitors. Each
holds Professional qualifications (Associate, Membership or Fellowship) with the British
Association of Teachers of Dancing (B.A.T.D.)
The Teachers have taken professional training at the MacLeod of Lewis studio and
continue to stay current by attending workshops and development sessions in Canada
and the United States.
Marjorie-Anne Macleod Dent
Fellow & Life Member, British Association of Teachers of Dancing (BATD)
Member, Scottish Dance Teachers Alliance (SDTA) (inactive)
Member, Scottish Official Board of Highland Dancing Judges’ Panel
Registered Member & Honorary Life Member, ScotDance Canada (Ontario)
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Teaching in the Hamilton/Burlington area since 1964
Former elementary school teacher
Active judge and workshop teacher across Canada and the USA
Executive of several Professional & Dance organizations including:
Past Chair of ScotDance Ontario, Past Chair of Southern Ontario Adjudicators,
Vice President of Western Ontario Highland Dancers Association (WOHDA)
Sarah-Elspeth Dent Henshaw
B.A.
CYW Diploma
Member B.A.T.D Hiighland Branch
Director of the 123 Come Dance with Me Programme
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Teaching at all levels, Sarah has much expertise teaching beginners
Creator of “DanceAbility” Programme for those with special needs
Established & Directed the Highland program at The Dance Shoppe, Milton
Jessica Macleod-Dent
B.F.A. (Dance) B.Ed
Certified Personal Trainer (CanFitPro)
Fellow, B.A.T.D., Highland Branch
Member, B.A.T.D., Scottish Nationals Branch
Registered Member, ScotDance Canada (Ont)
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World Championship Gold Medalist
Winner of numerous Canadian and U.S. Open Championships - including:
Ontario Open, Northern Canadian Open, Atlantic Open,
Virginia Open, Atlantic International Open, Northeastern U.S. Open,
New England Open, P.E.I. Open, Atlantic Champion of Champions
Former Director of Dance at the College of Piping & Celtic Performing Arts of Canada
Former Vice-Chair of the Arts Council of Prince Edward Island
Original Cast member of The Needfire at the Princess of Wales Theatre, Toronto
Original member of the Scottish Dance Company of Canada
Choreographer and Founder of the Canadian Thistle Dance Company
Shannon Pole
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B..EngSoc
Member B.A.T.D., Highland Branch
Studied for four years at the award winning Reid School in Pennsylvania
Member of the Canadian Thistle Dance Company
Experienced Swim Instructor
Christina Watt
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Tots & Beginners
Associate, B.A.T.D., Highland Branch
Successful Competitor to the Premier Level
Performed frequently in the Hamilton International Tattoo
Kailey Meehan Step Dancing
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Associate, B.A.T.D., Highland Branch
Member of the Canadian Thistle Dance Company
Three nominations for the BATD Sadie Simpson Scholarship
Competitive Trophy Winner
Alexandra Moore
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B.A.
Associate, B.A.T.D., Highland Branch
Toured with Ronnie Coburn MBE & “Breath of Scotland” troupe
Dancer with the professional comedy ensemble “Tartan Terrors”
Member of Canadian Thistle Dance Company
THE STUDIO
We have refer to ourselves as The Family Studio, not just because it is led by a
mother and two daughters but because members of our studio become like a family
to us and each other.
The current studio location was built in August of 2002 by volunteers - family,
friends, dancers and their families. Every effort was made to make the location
pleasant and welcoming. Feel free to inform us of needed changes & repairs or
make suggestions as to how we can improve.
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2 dance studios with sprung wood floors
Spacious and welcoming lobby
Music room
2 change rooms
Costume resale & Costume storage facilities
Staff office, Kitchenette
STUDIO A
STUDIO B
LOBBY
LOBBY
HALL
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CLASS ATTIRE
It’s as clear as BLACK & WHITE
All students must be appropriately dressed for class. A sweater may be
worn until warm up is complete. We cannot correct the alignment of a
body we cannot see.
GIRLS - HIGHLAND:
Black LEOTARD (cotton / lycra) - alone or with short dance shorts
or: PLAIN black or white top or form-fitting T-shirt and short dance shorts
White KNEE-HIGH SOCKS
Neutral tights worn under the socks are optional (tights with spandex prevent sagging)
Hair in BUN or BRAIDS – no ponytails
NO JEWELLERY (small stud earrings, wedding rings excepted)
From 2nd year a practice skirt is needed for Nationals & Jig
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BOYS - HIGHLAND:
Black SHORTS
Black or White T-SHIRT worn tucked in
White KNEE-HIGH SOCKS
NO JEWELLERY
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ALL - STEP DANCERS:
Black or white PLAIN T-SHIRT
Black dance PANTS or SHORTS
White SOCKS of choice
Hair off the face
NO JEWELLERY (small stud earrings & wedding rings excepted)
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SHOES all Levels:
HIGHLAND
• HIGHLAND GHILLIES - brand of dancer’s choice (sources noted on pg 5)
Note: Tartan Tots may wear a black gymnastics slipper or black ballet slipper
Beginner dancers may do the same for 1st term only
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JIG SHOES as required
STEP DANCING
• TAP OXFORD - brand of dancer’s choice (Luzio, Bloch, Leo etc)
• Solid sole tap oxford with non-jingle TAPS on TOE and HEEL )
Note: Younger beginners may also wear a standard mary-jane style black patent tap shoe
LITTLE EXTRAS
Notebook & Pen
• Dancers should bring a spiral-bound 8.5 x 11 notebook to class
• We encourage students to jot down their corrections and practice expectations.
Water Bottle
• Labelled with your name
Remember to label footwear, clothing & accessories
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WHERE TO GET THINGS
HIGHLAND SHOES (ghillies) range from $60 to $170 depending on the brand.
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Beginners are encouraged to try SoDanca, Luzio, James Senior or Forsyth brands
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Competitive dancers should consider a padded shoe for practice such as:
Forsyth Shockabzorb, Hullachan Pro, Dancewear of Edinburgh, Dougies, Toe & Heel padded
AND a sleeker shoe for competition such as:
Dancewear of Edinburgh, Gandolfi, Toe & Heel Gold, Forsyth, James Senior, Dougies
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Highland Shoes fit snug to the foot and do not collapse at the heel when pointing
STARDUST COSTUMES
* Dance wear
* Beginner Highland Ghillies
* Step Shoes & Clogging Shoes
4155 Fairview St. Burlington near Appleby
905-681-921
HIGHLAND DANCEWEAR
* Variety of Highland Ghillies
* Sundry supplies
Dana-Lynn Stewart Robitaille
[email protected]
905-655-0600 (Whitby ON)
DANCEWEAR of BURLINGTON
* Dance wear
* Beginner Highland Ghillies
* Step Shoes
4012 New St. @ Walkers
INSTEP ACTIVEWEAR
* Dance wear
2025 William O'Connell Blvd, Burlington
at Upper Middle Rd
(905) 336-2866
THE TARTAN GHILLIE
* Variety of Highland Ghillies
* Expert Highland Sock Repair
* Sundry supplies
Della Reid & Wendi Neill
www.thetartanghillie.com
[email protected]
STEP ‘N’ OUT
* Dance wear
* Beginner Highland Ghillies
* Step Shoes
1314 Upper Wentworth, Hamilton
(South of the Lincoln Alexander Pkwy)
905-575-7164
And
MACLEOD of LEWIS.
SCOTTISH ARTS CENTRE
* Gently loved Dancewear,
Shoes & Costumes
* Sundry supplies
COSTUMES
Our studio makes every effort to cut costs by recycling many costumes pieces and
accessories. The four competitive uniforms (kilt, arisaid, hornpipe, jig) and a white
dress are purchased by and the property of the dancer however, specialty costumes and
accessories are returned to the studio after a recital, performance or choreography
event. The annual costume fee helps purchase new pieces and assist with the cleaning
and upkeep. This fee also allows us to assist new competitors, and ever growing
dancers, with “loaners” while they source new items.
ALL DANCERS
All dancers pay a $50 costume fee at registration towards performance & competition
costume loans & upkeep. This will be refunded if the dancer withdraws during the first term.
COSTUME RENTALS
A 6-month (max.) costume loan is available for new and growing dancers.
We will rent costumes to non-dancers for special events.
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EXAMINATIONS
Exams give every dancer an annual goal. They assure dancer & parent that quality work
is taught and offer a lasting memento of the years of training.
The British Association of Teachers Dancing (BATD) is recognized worldwide as a
registered organization since 1892. BATD offers an exam program in many dance
forms. Although there is a separate cost for Exams, the studio does not benefit from
these fees. We offer BATD Amateur exams in:
Highland * Scottish Nationals * Jig & Hornpipe * Step Dancing * Team Choreography
In addition, we encourage dancers to take Grade & Professional examinations in:
Highland * Scottish Nationals * Step Dancing
The Amateur Levels (Dance):
Starlite I (3-7 years only)
Starlite II (3-7 years only)
First Steps (4-7 yrs - Highland only)
Pre Bronze
Bronze
Silver
Pre Gold (Highland only)
Gold
Blue Riband
British Medallion
British Award
Premier Award
Annual Award (optional)
The Highland Island Medals:
For between levels & Rec Program
* Isle of Lewis * Harris Medal * Uist Medal
* Barra Medal * Isle of Mull Medal
The Grade Levels (Theory & Dance):
Pre Primary
Primary
Grade 1
Grade 2
Grade 3
Grade 4
Grade 5
Elementary
The Professional Levels:
Associate: teach with guidance
of an experienced Professional
Member: certified to teach on
one’s own min. of 2 yrs after Associate
Fellow: demonstrating an indepth knowledge of dance &
teaching min. of 3 years after Member
Note: Becoming a Judge requires a special 3 part exam (min. mark of 85 in all 3 segments - written, oral and
mock judging). It is set, and given periodically by, the Scottish Official Board of Highland Dancing.
CANADIAN THISTLE
DANCE COMPANY
The Company is a group of Premier level dancers participating in new Choreography,
Performances and Competition. Directed & choreographed by Miss Jessica & Mrs
Dent, the troupe has been successful throughout the Province. Membership in the
Company requires a sincere commitment and loyal attendance. The Company often
performs with local Celtic artists & Pipe Bands.
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COMPETITIONS
Participating in Competitions is encouraged as they give the dancers a goal and a reason to
improve technique. However, entry is strictly the dancer’s and family’s choice. We like our
dancers, when ready, to try competition for a few events before making a decision whether
or not to compete. Learning to win well, and lose with grace, is all part of the dance and
life experience. It takes a lot of practice to do both well!
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Dancers must have the Director’s approval before entering their first competition
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All dancers must be registered with ScotDance Canada (Ontario). This is the governing
body for Highland Dancing in Canada and is the registration liaison for the Scottish Official Board of
Highland Dancing in Scotland.
This registration is renewed on an annual basis
This registration allows the dancer to compete worldwide
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Many competitions also require that you be a member of their organization to be
eligible to complete. Please ask for guidance.
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Entries will be emailed to you as soon as available. A list of upcoming competitions
& events is posted on the front lobby Bulletin Board. This will help you see where
other studio dancers are participating. It is your responsibility to submit your
dancer’s entry form. “First to enter is last to dance” so decide & enter quickly.
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You will be given a helpful worksheet before your first competition and our more
experienced families will also be willing to guide you through the event.
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Competitions are broken into Categories and sub-divided by age. Dancers will
always be competing with others at the same level and similar age:
PRIMARY
BEGINNERS
Dancers ages 4 years to 6 years
Status until dancer wins at least one 1st, 2nd or 3rd placing
at 6 different competitions or 6 months (whichever is greater)
NOVICE
Status until dancer wins at least one 1st, 2nd or 3rd placing
at 6 different competitions or 6 months (whichever is greater)
INTERMEDIATE Status held for one year from the date of the first intermediate competition
use this year wisely
PREMIER
The highest level - Can be divided into A & B with specified restrictions
To compete beyond Primary/preliminary Beginner Level,
dancers MUST take 2 or more lessons per week
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LESSON DATES & HOLIDAYS
Lessons Begin:
Weekly Lessons End:
No Lessons Scheduled:
Monday September 10, 2012
Thursday June 20, 2013
THANKSGIVING
HALLOWE’EN
CHRISTMAS (2 weeks)
FAMILY DAY
SPRING BREAK (1 week)
EASTER
VICTORIA DAY
Lessons as usual:
Lessons rescheduled:
Monday Oct 3,
Wed.
Oct 31
Last class Dec 20,
Resume Jan 7,
Monday Feb 18,
Last class Mar 9,
Resume Mar 18,
Monday Apr 1,
Monday May 20,
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No cancellations for School PA/PD days
Lessons are rescheduled if cancelled by the Director
- this includes storm days.
CANCELLATIONS & COURTESIES
If you are going to be Absent
PLEASE email or call to let us know, as soon as you know, you will be absent from class.
We worry about the safety of your child when you do not arrive AND our classes are small
enough that we may be able to reschedule the evening if advised of your absence.
You may take another class at the similar level, within 6 weeks, or forfeit the lesson.
Withdrawal
If a student discontinues during the season notice must be given prior to the end of the
current month and then one month’s notice, or payment for same, is required. The
remaining cheques will be voided, returned or destroyed. No refunds during Term 3.
Storm Days
Should a storm force cancellation of classes the decision will be made by 2:00 pm
and you will be emailed and called until you confirm receipt of the message
If you decide not to travel before we contact you, PLEASE let us know.
Bathroom Visits
Dancers, especially wee ones, should go to the bathroom before class. This is all part of preclass preparation. Exits during class are disruptive & often cause a chain reaction.
Behaviour
The Studio will not tolerate bullying, fighting or inappropriate language in the change room,
studios or waiting areas. Such behaviour should be reported to the staff immediately. The
Students will be held accountable and the Parents consulted as to solutions.
Timely Arrival
Students should arrive 10-15 min. before class to dress, stretch and go to the bathroom so
they are ready to dance at the scheduled lesson time.
Leaving the Building
Dancers under the age of 16 MUST have a parent or guardian come into the studio to pick
them up. No dancer may wait outside or leave unaccompanied.
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PERFORMANCES
Performance is an essential part of dance training. Its an opportunity to display skills,
develop stage presence and self-confidence. We are often asked to perform for Scottish
dinners & concerts, Seniors’ residences, Hospitals, Robbie Burns Day, Weddings, with Pipe
Bands & Celtic Bands and more. Since these are a learning experience, 1 or 2 performances
may be counted as lessons.
All dancers are asked to perform as often as possible with some priority given to the
Canadian Thistle Dance Company and competitive, experienced dancers.
There is a recital held every second year
THE BOOSTER ASSOCIATION
& FUNDRAISING
What is the Booster Association?
The parents & families of the MacLeod of Lewis Dancers working together to
raise funds for dancers’ field trips, specialty costuming or props, general
bursaries, workshops and more. The funds are raised and maintained separate
from the dance studio. Payments for Performances and fun events at the
studiio (eg: movie & pizza night) make up a large part of the fundraising.
Why a Booster Association?
To help defray the overall cost of participation in special events and
competitions and build new friendships within the studio
How much Fundraising?
A minimum. The Booster Assn. aims to make the fundraisers appealing and
not to overwhelm you, your friends or family. You may get involved as much
or as little as desired but we do ask each family participate.
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FEE SCHEDULE
REGISTRATION
There is a non-refundable Administration fee of $15 per family.
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NO EXTRA FEES
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No extra fees for Performance, Exam, Recital or Dance Company rehearsals
BANK CHARGES
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We regret we must charge a $25 service charge on any returned cheques
REFUNDS
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The costume deposit will be returned if a dancer withdraw within the first term
After giving a 1 month notice of withdrawal all cheques will be returned or
destroyed.
There are no refunds for withdrawal during the 3rd Term.
No refunds are given for missed classes for reasons of your own accord.
Every effort will be made to help the dancer make up any missed lessons within
the 6 weeks following.
FAMILY & MULTI-LESSON DISCOUNTS
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2nd Lesson is reduced 15% and 10% each for multiple lessons thereafter
Families calculate as if only 1 dancer
Monthly Payments
1st
(Sept-June) or 30th (Aug-May)
Term Payments
Sept. 1, Dec. 1, Mar.1
Family Rates:
calculate lessons as if only 1 dancer
NOTE:
Fees are balanced over 10 months and do not reflect the weeks in a month
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SESSIONED PROGRAMMES
1,2,3 COME DANCE WITH ME
A Dance and movement program for the wee one 18-35 months AND
Caregive. Wednesday and Saturday mornings at 9:45 to 10:15 am.
TARTAN TOTS
An introductiion to Highland Dancing for the Preschoolers &
Kindergarteners 3-4 years. Wednesday evening & Saturday morning.
SAT: SEPT 29-DEC1 (10 wk), JAN 12-MAR 9 (9 wk), APR 6-JUNE 8 (10 wk)
WED: SEPT 26-NOV 28 (10 wk), JAN 9-MAR 6 (9 wk), APR 3-JUNE 5 (10 wk)
OTHER LESSONS
At the Scottish Arts Centre
VOICE Instructor - Marjorie-Anne Macleod Dent
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ARCT Royal Conservatory of Music
Training included:
Classic Opera, German Lieder, Traditional Art Songs,
Broadway Tunes & Folk songs - focusing on a Scottish repertoire
A successful competitor, Mrs Dent was
Kiwanis Festival Rose Bowl winner for female voice
Eisteddfod Festival All-Voice Champion
Vocal lessons are 40 minute private sessions
ZUMBA Instructor - Audrey Vanderstoop RNCP, PTS
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Audrey is a Registered Holistic Nutritionist , Personal Trainer Specialist and
Lifestyle Educator. She has worked in the field of weight management and
nutrition for over twenty-five years. In addition, Audrey is certified as a
Zumba Fitness and Aqua Zumba Instructor.
PILATES Instructor - Kristen Wiwczaruk BFA (Dance)
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Kristen comes from a wide background of movement training including
Gyrotonic, C.I. Training, Pilates Mat and Reformer work, plus Contemporary,
Classical and Cross-Cultural Dance training. She holds an Honours Bachelor
of Fine Arts from York University's Dance Program.
She has enjoyed working with children as young as 2 to adults, and has
instructed classes through the City of Toronto & York University's
Kinesiology Faculty.
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DAY CAMPS
There will be several Day Camps offered during this dance
season. Camps run from 9 am to 4 pm daily and are geared
towards those dancers ages 4-14 years
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Kringle Kamp - Wednesday to Friday . January 2-4
March Merriment - Monday to Friday March 11-15
Celtic Caper Camp - Monday to Friday July 15-19
Celtic Caper Camp - Monday to Friday August 5-9
Day Camps offer:
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Dance Classes in Highland, Step, Nationals, Choreography,
Ceilidh, Scottish Country and more
Games & Stories
Crafts
Outings - swimming, bowling, mini putt
MacLeod of Lewis Cinema - “the Best Movie Theatre ever” !!
Fun & Friendship
Join us just for fun
CELTIC
CAPER
2010
CELTIC
CAPER
2007
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YEAR AT A GLANCE
2012
SEPT
Term 1
SEPT
OCT
OCT
OCT
OCT
OCT
NOV
NOV
NOV
NOV
DEC
DEC
DEC
DEC
10
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8
13-14
27-28
25-29
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30
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Classes Begin
Booster Association Meeting
WOHDA Guelph Dist Competition, Guelph**
Thanksgiving - no regular classes
BATD Festival, London ON **
Capital City Championship, Ottawa
BATD Scholarship Event, Miami , FL
Hallowe’en - no classes
Performance - Mississauga for Ian Anderson House
WOHDA Halton Dist. Competition, Burlington **
Performance - Indigo Books, Burlington
St. Andrew’s Day - some performances
BATD Festival, Toronto ON **
Shopping Night - Movies & Pizza Night
Christmas Ceilidh & Recital
Last classes for 2012
2013
JAN
2-4
JAN
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JAN
25
FEB
18
MAR 11-15
MAR 11-15
Sping
t.b.a.
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MAY
20
JUNE 1
JUNE 22
JUNE 23-27
JULY & AUG
JULY 3-7
JULY 15-19
AUG. 5-9
AUG. 21
Kringle Kamp
Classes resume
Robbie Burns Day = performances over 10-14 days
Family Day - no regular classes
Spring Break - no regular classes
March Merriment Day Camp
BATD Dance & Theory Examinations
Easter - no regular classes
Victoria Day - no regular classes
Ontario Closed Championships, Toronto
Last classes for 2012-2013 Season
Intensive Training Camp for SDCCS
Open Summer Drop In Classes
ScotDance Championship Series, Montreal QC
Celtic Caper Day Camp
Celtic Caper Day Camp
Registration Begins for 2013-2014
** NOTE: Not all competitions are listed
Watch for updates on the lobby bulletin board and by email
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MY LESSON SCHEDULE
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Saturday
HIGHLAND
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STEP
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HIGHLAND
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STEP
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HIGHLAND
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STEP
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TARTAN TOTS
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1,2,3 CDWM
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HIGHLAND
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STEP
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HIGHLAND
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1,2,3 CDWM
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TARTAN TOTS
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MacLeod of Lewis
Scottish Arts Centre
Dancers Handbook 2012-2013

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