Mancos Grand Summer Nights 2018

May 26 – Hurricane Jake’s One Man Band

Food: Green Table Cafe, Zuma Natural Foods


June 30 – The Afrobeatniks

Food: Sweetwater Gypsy Pizza, Zuma Natural Foods, Moose & More


August 25 – Sand Sheff

Food: Green Table Cafe, Zuma Natural Foods, Moose & More


September 29 – Fort Lewis College Big Band

Food: Zuma Natural Foods, Moose & More

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Dance in the Park!

Children’s Summer Dance Classes

Registration: Erin Bohm (970) 533-7157 or erinbohm@gmail.com

Dance in the Park: Children’s Summer Dance Classes!!
Classes held in two sessions: June 6 – 7 and/or August 1 – 15
Meet at Boyle Park, east side, by the stage.

Session # 1: June 6th – June 27th 
Wednesdays
Final Performance: Grand Summer Nights, June 30th.
Cost: $0
Costume fee: $10
The is no cost for classes, but there is a small costume fee to help us look fabulous for our public performance at Grand Summer Nights.

Session #2: August 1st – August 15th
Wednesdays
Final Performance: Grand Summer Nights, August 25th
Cost: $0
Costume fee: $10
The is no cost for classes, but there is a small costume fee to help us look fabulous for our public performance at Grand Summer Nights.

Classes: (same for both sessions):

Creative Movement:  Ages 4 – 5 

9:00 – 9:45 am

Stomp, Fly, Tiptoe, Run! Forty five minutes of movement inspired by the imagination: follow characters in a story, move like animals in the wild. Use movement to expand  literacy: expand descriptive speech, verb vocabulary and comprehension.


Ballet II: Ages 9 – 11

10:00 – 11:00 am

Students learn both barre and center work for strength, balance and coordination.

An introduction to learning sequences of ballet movements.


Early Learning Creative Movement: Ages 2 – 3 

11:15 – 11:45 am

Stomp, Fly, Tiptoe, Run! A half hour of movement, following joyful sensations and vivid imaginations.


Ballet I: Ages 6 – 8

4:00 – 5:00 pm

One hour of ballet basics: An introduction to the ballet barre: used to balance, stretch and coordinate movements. An introduction to center work: balancing and dancing without the use of the ballet barre.

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