Urban Kidz Camp (3-7 yrs)
Get down and funky!
Urban Kidz Camp teaches active dance moves in a fun, creative based, preschooler friendly environment! Games, music activities and crafts round out this active camp, sure to inspire the youngest dancers to bust a move. The week ends with a performance for your friends and family!
Daily activities will include:
Hip Hop Dance, Stories, Crafts, Dress-up, Games, Obstacle Courses
Day 1: Galaxy
Day 2: Dinosaurs
Day 3: Pirates
Day 4: Ninjas
Day 5: Jungle Safari
Participants will be required to bring, clean indoor shoes, a peanut free snack, art shirt/smock, water bottle, hat and sunscreen for park day. Camp intake forms will be e-mailed prior to the start of camp. Please complete and email this form back before your child’s camp week.
Multiple Half-Day Camp Discount: If you register for 2 or more camps in the same session (same child in 2 or more camps), we will discount the combined price of the classes by 20%.
Siblings Camp Discount: If you register for 2 or more camps in the same session (siblings in 2 or more camps), we will discount the combined price of the classes by 20%.
Camp discount cannot be combined with sessional class registration.
Farah is a hip hop dancer from Edmonton, AB. Farah started dancing folklore in Lebanon at the age of 12 and realized that dancing is an astounding way to express herself. While attending M.E. Lazerte Highschool from 2012 through 2015, she experienced all disciplines of dance and found her love and passion for hip hop. She helped organize and was involved in all the school’s showcases, flash mobs, and shows year round. In 2015, Farah joined Kore Dance Studio in two of their competitive hip hop classes in order to pursue her love for hip hop. In 2015, Farah was chosen among a few others to perform in a piece choreographed by Kelsey Wright that was performed in the M.E. Lazerte graduation ceremony.
In 2015, Farah was accepted into Vince Akinyode’s Eye Candy Company. She had the opportunity to train with the company and fly out to Seattle in order to compete in World of Dance. This gave her a lot of useful training and insight into the hip hop community and allowed her to witness talent from across the world. In 2017, Farah was accepted in Carlo Atienza’s Hardkore, an advanced, competitive hip hop group at Kore Dance Studio. Hardkore has competed and won multiple dance competitions across Canada. Through Hardkore, Farah had the opportunity to perform in the show For Kids by Kids produced by Abby Chung. Farah also had the opportunity to travel to Orlando to compete and train at Radix Dance Competition. At the Radix Dance, Farah attended multiple workshops where she trained under Brian Friedman, Chaz Buzan, and Janelle Ginestra. While at Kore Dance Studio, she was trained in different styles of hip hop by Josh Capulong, Quincy Pipella, and Jenny Luo.
Farah is currently in her fifth year of post-secondary education and in her third year of her Linguistics degree at the University of Alberta. Farah aspires to one day receive a masters degree in Linguistics.