Summer 2020

Summer Programs

We know it’s wishful thinking but we are dreaming of sunny beach days and lots of ice cream! The summer seems far away but before you know it we will wrap up season 13 and be surfing into the summer.

Our summer on-line registration is now open.

Please take a look at our summer programs, pass them along to friends/family/neighbors — anyone you think would love to join our dance family!

Irish Step Camp

Ages 5 – 8

June 29 – July 2
9:00am- noon

Four mornings of all things Irish Step! At Irish Step camp dancer will learn new choreography, songs, Irish crafts and even catch a leprechaun. This is the perfect way to kick off a summer filled with fun!

Twirl Academy

Ages 4 – 6

July 27-30
9:00 am-noon

Hosted by Ms. Whitney our Twirl Academy is geared towards our young ballerinas. Dancers who attend our “Twirl Academy” can expect to focus on all-things ballet– positions, turns, jumps and even how to create a real ballerina bun and some stage make-up! Each morning will focus on a different yet popular ballet – Cinderella, Swan Lake, Sleeping Beauty and The Nutcracker. On the last day parents will be invited for a special performance staring our ballerinas.

Upon completion dancers will receive a certificate of completion of our Twirl Academy along with a ballet tutu.

Funk Academy

Ages 7 – 11

August 10-13
9:00 am – noon

Hosted by Ms. Whitney and Eloquence staff…calling ALL who love to listen to upbeat and current music while leaping, turning and obviously…dancing! We’ll be focusing on Jazz, Hip Hop, Contemporary and Tap each morning and promise it will be four mornings of pure FUN.

Preschool Ballet & Tap

Ages 3 – 4

August 5, 12, 19, 26
9:30-10:15 am

Taught by Ms. Whitney our 4-week summer class is ideal for current and future preschool aged Eloquence dancers. We’ll focus on Ballet & Tap basics while dancing to all the Disney princess music you can imagine. If you’re new to Eloquence this is the perfect introduction to our dance family!

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