An introductory dance and creative movement program, specifically catered to our youngest students! Students will learn rhythmic movements; hand-eye coordination; counting music; stretching; and basic pre-dance techniques. Our Mommy & Me classes offer a chance for parents to spend extra "special" time with their child, as well as meet other parents & their children in a comfortable group setting. Our goal of one-on-one quality instruction is essential for our students' development of self-esteem and sense of personal achievements. Open to girls and boys, ages 20 months - 2.5 years.
Dress Code: Dancers should dress comfortably in clothing that is easy to move in; female dancers are welcome to dress like a "ballet dancer" (pink tights, pink leotard, pink skirt), but not required. Ballet shoes or bare feet are recommended for all dancers (no socks, please). [Parents - please wear comfortable clothing. Absolutely no street shoes are allowed on the dance floor at any time.]
Tuition: $10 per student (includes accompanying parent); drop-in class. Credit card payments are not accepted for this class. Discounted punch cards available upon request.
When: Feb 22, 2017 8:45AM in Webster, MA Cost: $10 drop-in per dancer, per week (discounted punch cards also available)
Hazard Marine boat sales, parts & professional service staff. 3 technicians with over 70 years combined marine experience to service and maintain your watercraft. All brands including Yamaha, Mercury, Johnson & Honda inboard & outboard. Pickup & delivery available.
The Town of Webster Massachusetts was founded in 1832 and is located in central Massachusetts in Worcester County on the Connecticut border.
Most of the town's water activities take place on the fresh-water, five mile long Lake Chargoggagaggmanchaugagoggchaunagung-amaugg which also happens to be the longest place name in the United States! Water activities include fishing and water skiing as well as swimming and much more.
Located on the shore of the lake is the well known "Indian Ranch" which is the New England home of Country Music. It continues to draw visitors from all over the northeast region.