This White River Junction, VT, dance studio presents dancers of all ages performing their best moves in ballet, jazz, hip hop and more. A fun and easy introduction to the joys of dance for the very young—try it out for yourself and dance along.
FREE and open to the public; no tickets or registration required
All shows are 60 minutes in length
All children must be accompanied and supervised by an adult
Seating is informal and easy to navigate if you need to step out with your young one; food drink are allowed
For more information, call Outreach and Arts Education at 603.646.2010
The HopStop programs are held in both Hanover and Claremont, NH, children ages 3 and up enjoy free performances designed to entertain and introduce young children to the world of dance, music, theater and storytelling. These performances are participatory, so come ready to sing, dance and clap along—bring the whole family! The Claremont HopStops are presented through a collaboration with the Hopkins Center at Dartmouth College, the West Claremont Center for Music and Arts and the Claremont Parks and Recreation Department. Claremont HopStops are supported by the Hop’s Community Venture Initiative.
A Multidisciplinary program for artists of all types, and a new take on our Summer Camp program from last year. Come together to create art and a vaudeville production! Whether you want to be a soloist or help behind the scenes, there’s a way for you to be a part of the show. For middle through high school students. Outstanding essays are eligable for a discount towards your registration fee, which will be refunded towards your registration if you paid in advance. If you would like to be considered for a fee waiver or other payment options please use the “Free” registration option.
For Information and PDF Application: www.wcc-ma.org/InterArts
WCCMA’s InterArts Summer Camp is an opportunity for students with an interest in the arts to come together to explore, learn, and create for 3 weeks over the summer. Participants will collaborate to form a multi-disciplinary performance for the public which will be shaped and guided by their talents. Tuesday and Thursday for 3 weeks in July participants will work together to create a vaudeville show that will be performed at the end of the third week.