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Season Events Schedule


*Note: All Dates Subject to Change

Parent/Student 2022-2023 Calendar of Events 

 

August

15 Fall Classes Begin

28 PAE Celebration & Season Kickoff

 

September

1 Tuition Due

3-5 Studio Closed-Labor Day Weekend

12-17 Parent Viewing Week

16-18   Master Class & Choreography with Kobi

24 Apprentice Training

 

October

1 Tuition Due

3-8 Parent Viewing Week

10-15 Bring A Friend to Dance Week

14-16   CelebrityWorkshop (Denver) Optional

24-29 Wear Your Costumes to Class Week

22 Trunk or Treat

30 Boo Bash at Skyzone

31 Studio Closed for Halloween

 

November

1 Tuition Due

7-12 Parent Viewing Week

12 All I Want For Christmas is a Cure 

Performance

19 Thanksgiving Feast Potluck 2-5

21-26 Studio Closed – Thanksgiving Break 

27 Nursing Home Performance

 

December

1 Tuition Due

4 Nursing Home Performance

4 PAE Christmas Party & Sock Exchange

5-10 Parent Viewing Week

11 Annual Holiday Performance

12-17 Bring A Friend to Dance Week

18-Jan 2  Studio Closed/ Winter Break

 

January

1 Tuition Due

2 Solo/Duet/Trio Dress Rehearsal

7 Ballet Reveal and Castings

8 PAE Dress Rehearsal 9:00 a.m

9-14 Parent Viewing Week

16 Recital Fee Billed

27 Recital Fee Due

27-29 Celebrity (Optional)

 

February

1 Tuition Due

6 Recital Costumes Billed

10-12  Heat Dance Convention (Mandatory) 

(Optional BR/S)

13-18 Parent Viewing Week

17 Recital Costumes Due

20-25 Bring A Friend to Dance Week

 

March    

1 Tuition Due

3-5 Soul De Soul Dance Competition/

Convention (Optional BR/S/F)

10-12 DEA (Mandatory- All) 

13-18 Parent Viewing Week

17-19 NRG (Optional) 

27-31 Studio Closed/Spring Break

 

April

1 Tuition Due

3-8 Parent Viewing Week

TBD Beautiful Chaos

 

May

1 Tuition Due

21 Ballet Production

27 Last Day of Regular Classes

27 End of the Year Barbeque and Potluck

31-1 In Studio Pictures

 

June

3 Annual Recital Showcase

8-9 PAE Auditions

12-16 Ballet Intensive

19 Summer Session Begins

“The essence of all art is to have pleasure in giving pleasure.”

— Mikhail Baryshnikov