Saturday, November 28, 2009

Sugar Plum Event Nov. 28th

Today we had our Sugar Plum Fairy Event. All the students had so much fun.
Students began by listening to the story of The Nutcracker. Then, as we stretched and did our ballet class we learned to march like soldiers, jump like Chinese tea, fall like snow, kick like Russian candy canes, clap like chocolate Spanish, and twirl like the Sugar Plum fairy herself.

Crafts and snacks followed dance class. After that students used bells and eggs to sing Christmas Carols. We ended our day with Pizza and the Nutcracker Movie. It was a great time.

Thank you to all our students who volunteered to play characters of the Nutcracker cast!

Come see them again at the Spring Hill Parade
December 5th 5:00 PM (Main Street)

Friday, November 27, 2009

December Newsletter & Observation Schedule

Please remember that January tuition is due before the first of the new year. To ensure payment is in on time please pay before TDAC Christmas Break.

Tuesday, November 24, 2009

Studio Closings for Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving!
The studio is closed Wednesday - Saturday this week. We hope everyone has a well rested break with their family and friends.

Students participating in our "Drop and Shop" Parent's Day Out event we will see you Saturday November 28th 10:00 Am.

Monday, November 16, 2009

Thanksgiving Sale!

Happy Thanksgiving!

We at TDAC are so thankful for all our students beautiful shining faces and excitement to learn the art of dance. In celebration of our thanks we are having a big Sale!!
This sale will be effective 11/16-11/23

*1/2 off School Merchandise (Including Bags! $10.00 bags and $8.00 T-Shirts )
* BOGO LEG WARMERS! 2 for $10.00 (These are allowed to be worn in class)
* Buy a tutu receive a free pair of leg warmers!

*Reminder we are closed for Thanksgiving Break 11/25-11/29.

*December Tuition is due December 1st.
(Doors are closed for the break the week before so make sure you have got your payments in before time or mail them to us)

Friday, November 13, 2009

Tutus for Sale

TDAC is selling a limited amount of children's tutus this holiday season. The proceeds will be donated towards a local couples adoption fee. They will be adopting a baby boy from Louisiana at the end of January.
Tutu's come in pink, purple, blue, and yellow while supplies last!

Also for sale:

Matching leg warmers plus many more colors!
Ballerina Bear Ornaments..
TDAC Merchandise

Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Questions and Concerns?

With the Holidays around the corner we have a lot of questions and concerns. Here are some FAQ:

Q. When are you closed for Thanksgiving Break?
A. November 25-29th

Q. When is Parent Observation?
A. There will be a schedule for Parent Observation handed out to all classes the week after Thanksgiving break. All classes observed classes will meet in Studio A (yellow studio) for their designated week.

Q. Can boys attend the "Drop and Shop" Event?
A. Yes, boys are welcome and encouraged to attend our event.

Q. When will we know more about the Spring Concert?
A. At parent observation we will discuss the details of the Spring Concert.

Q: When are you closed for Christmas Break?
A. December 21-January 3rd

We hope that helps a few of your questions. For more questions please email INFO@TNDAC.NET

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Leg Warmers for Sale!

Coming Next Week:
We are selling some warm weather necessities starting with leg warmers!

14 inch leg warmers available in similar colors to above.
$8.00 each.

Why warm up?

Several changes takes place in the body once physical activity is initiated. A person's respiratory rate, blood flow, and oxygen and nutrient levels delivered to the cells increases. The rate of increase should be regulated in a steady pace to prepare the body for the physical stress that exercise will demand. If one fore goes this priming procedure, the body will function less efficiently and the workout will produce less quality results. Warming up preps up the nervous system, heightens mental awareness and alertness, and loosens up joints and muscles to make them less prone to injuries. Warm ups jump starts the fluid located in the joints, minimizing the risk for wear and tear of the muscles. It gives the heart a suitable period to adjust and pump up blood and nutrients into muscles.