Corporate Events Burlington Ontario

Classes

PARENT & TOT (30 minutes) 2 years of age

Explore music and movement alongside your toddler or pre-schooler in a 12 week session.

FIRST STEPS (30 minutes) 3 years of age and DANCE DISCOVERY (30 minutes) 4 or 5 years of age

Introduce your child to dance in a shorter program format which explores music and movement. First Steps and Dance Discovery run in 12 week sessions. Parents do not participate in these classes. Dance Discovery is the next step for First Steps graduates who prefer the 12 week session format. First Step graduates can also enroll in our full season program Dancin’ Tots.

DANCIN’ TOTS (3 1/2-7 years) and PRE-BALLET or PRE-JAZZ (5-7 years)

Dancin’ Tots Levels I-IV: Combination of pre-ballet, jazz and tap for 3 1/2 – 7 year-olds. The student is exposed to a wide range of dance movements, with emphasis on technique, song, dance routines, imagery and improvisation. ey are provided for use during the class by the school. At the completion of Level IV, students are ready for specialized study in ballet, tap & jazz. Pre-Ballet and Pre-Jazz are 30 minute classes focusing on only one discipline for the young dancer who knows what style fits them best! All of these classes run for the full season and will participate in our year end recital, “That’s Entertainment”.

JAZZ/CONTEMPORARY/LYRICAL

Classes are offered to students 7 years of age and older. Levels range from beginner to advanced. Emphasis is on jazz technique (isolations, jumps, turns, progressions), improvisation, styling and performance skills. Jazz/Contemporary Classes are offered to students age 11 and up. Lyrical classes are offered to company students who qualify. The school curriculum follows the C.D.T.A syllabus for jazz, and offers examinations to qualifying students.

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Max & Erma's rejects AIDS event

by alan_NC

Max & Erma's rejects AIDS event
Restaurant chain denies policy biased
"Partner with Max & Erma's for a fundraiser that's fun for everyone!" a company flier proclaims.
But when Linda Underwood, a board member of a Louisville AIDS coalition, called Friday to inquire about doing just that, she said she was told the restaurant company doesn't allow fund-raisers for
groups that benefit people with AIDS.
Underwood said Sandy McPhillips, the chain's community relations coordinator for Kentucky, told her that Max and Erma's had experienced "negative political fallout" from previous AIDS-related
fund-raisers

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by dingbot

H & S CATERERS - PIG ROAST
ABOUT MY BUSINESS
SERVING DELAWARE COUNTY AREA - TRI-STATE AREA
ALL OCCASIONS:
INSIDE AND OUTSIDE EVENTS
COMPANY AND CORPORATE PICNICS
WEDDINGS
REUNIONS
CHRISTENINGS
CLUBS, ETC.
TRAVEL 75 MILE RADIUS & [SEASHORE POINTS MUST HAVE AT LEASE 200 PEOPLE]
MENUS
MENU ONE:100 people to 2500 people
PIG ROASTS, STEAK BAKES, RIBS AND CHICKEN, CLAM BAKES, SHRIMP FEASTS,CRAB FEASTS, AND BULL ROASTS and old fashion CORN BOILS
MENU TWO:
CHOOSE FROM A HUNDRED AND forty two ITEMS - PLEASE CALL FOR BROCHURE PACKAGE
30 - 600 PEOPLE
How To Contact Me
PHONE: 610-494-8959
FAX: 610-494-8959
EMAIL: HSCaterers@aol.com

What did your letter say?

by thompscl

Do you know what types of jobs the people have that have hired you for your weddings?
People generally don't read, fyi. Instead they recognize your name and just go on autopilot.
So, how would you differentiate this new service? Find out their work titles, and send a new brochure to their work address announcing your new corporate events division.
Then, follow up with a phone call and ask them to refer you to someone in their corporate events or HR department. This may be tricky because of the business & personal relationships people like to maintain.

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