Dance Workshop News & Updates
Celebrating 34 years of Dance in Davis!
The year is winding down, and our Fall II Session of classes will end on Saturday, December 22!
Now is an excellent time for our current students to make sure that they are getting their make-up classes done before the
session ends! It's also a great time for new students to try out classes and find out what style and level would be the best fit for
them as we get ready for the new year!

It also now open registration, so be sure to save your, or your child's, place in class by registering before the class fills up!

The Winter Schedule is posted on-line!  Your favorite classes return along with some exciting changes. The Dance
Workshop is welcoming new teacher, Shontea Evans, to our Hip Hop teaching faculty. (See picture and bio below) Twelve of
our dancers met her on December 6, when they took class with her and had a
great time! She'll be teaching on Tuesdays,
beginning January 8, from 5:00 - 6:00pm. PTDW teacher Darrah Rosin will be teaching on Saturdays so our teen/adult Hip Hop
dancers can now take class, on Saturdays, from 11:30 - 12:30pm. (Beginning in the winter session)

Saturday, December 15, we'll be holding our annual Holiday Open House from 3:00 - 4:30pm. Join us for performances, a
free raffle, and light refreshments!

Dance for Parkinson's  Our Dance for Parkinson's classes are taught by Pamela Trokanski, with former PTDT dancer and
current Bikram Yoga instructor Erin Dunning returning as a class assistant! This is one of the Dance Theatre's community
outreach programs, done in partnership with the Mondavi Center for the Arts & The Mark Morris Dance Group. Our fall classes
will begin on Tuesday, September 11 and run through Tuesday November 13. After a a break for the winter holidays, we'll
resume classes on Tuesday, January 15.

Do you, or someone you know, have Parkinson's Disease? These classes are about having fun and getting exercise within a
community that understands your needs. To find out more about this program, including how to register for this free class, just
click on the "Dance for Parkinson's" link above. Want to know more about the Dance Theatre's Community Outreach
Programs? Just go to the company's web site at  

Life in 11 Dimensions is coming to a parking lot near you! (It will be built on the existing parking lot with over 100 parking
spaces wrapped around to the back of the building) Life in 11 Dimensions is where all the elements of vibrant living can be
found in one place; creativity, education, health, relaxation, and community! (credit for that sentence goes to Sarita Pinto) Visit
and find out even more.

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