More than 300 young ballet dancers from the South Suburban Parks and Recreation District’s Academy of Ballet and Dance recently performed the …
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More than 300 young ballet dancers from the South Suburban Parks
and Recreation District’s Academy of Ballet and Dance recently
performed the classic story of "Cinderella" at their annual spring
The youngsters, ranging from age 3 through high school, and 23
ballet classes from the Buck , Lone Tree, and Goodson Recreation
Centers were directed by the Academy’s primary instructor, Holly
Reno, and instructors Sue Fazio, Shelby Barbin and Amy Fong.
Summer classes will be starting May 16, at SSPR Rec Centers.
Registration is still open and can be done online (www.sspr.org),
by phone (303-347-5999), or at any of recreation centers.
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