Just Dance 2020 (5-10 yrs)

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Day of the week: Daily
Duration: Jul 20th, 2020 until Jul 24th, 2020
Time: 1:30 PM until 4:30 PM
Age: 5 years to 10 years
Spots Remaining: 0
Price: $225.00


JUST DANCE 2020 is designed for ages 5-10 yrs who are looking to MOVE and GROOVE in a variety of styles: From Hip Hop, Ballet, West African, Tap, Poi, and Contemporary...your dancer will try it all! Not only will they be busy dancing, but they will also enjoy a variety of games and play both indoors and outdoors.  Style related crafts will give your dancer the opportunity to explore their artistic side each day!

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

Just Dance Crew


Farah (Hip Hop) Learn Hip Hop dance moves to the latest kid friendly, parent approved music sure to make them work up a sweat! Kids will explore a variety of hip hop styles including breaking, old school, popping, and locking. While movin' and groovin' to the urban beats kidz will explore dance concepts, gain coordination, and increase strength and flexibility. 

Jewel (Ballet) Creative dance, ballet and jazz technique, imagination, and expression are combined with developmentally appropriate movement and music to create a class that is fun for all!

Lisa (Poi) What is Poi? Poi is a form of dance, where weights on the ends of tethers are swung through rhythmical patterns. The word “poi” comes from the Maori people of New Zealand. Poi dance is part of Maori cultural tradition. Poi dancing outside of Maori culture is a more recent development and is quite different than traditional Maori poi. Poi was initially popularized outside of New Zealand through the performance art of fire spinning, which is not part of Maori tradition or culture. Nobody seems to know who first invented “fire poi,” or when it happened. Although this new version of poi was initially inspired by traditional Maori poi, it quickly changed as it spread around the world. Enthusiasts invented new moves and borrowed from other disciplines, such as juggling, club swinging, dance, and rhythmic gymnastics. Over time, poi enthusiasts turned to flag poi, LED poi, and other tools that express the beauty of poi without the health and environmental risks of fire. Yet the name “poi” stuck. This new version of poi appeals to people who are looking for a dynamic and engaging physical activity that is less intense than martial arts or competitive sports. There is now a global community of enthusiasts devoted to “global fusion poi”!

Jenna (Tap) Stomp, Shuffle Step!  Get ready for a new dance adventure: Explore new steps while creating rhythm and sound with your feet!  

Chantel (African) Explore the History of African Dance.  African dance is one of the oldest forms of choreography in the world. The dances are still taught to the children of the tribes from an early age, but the form has spread far beyond the continent to thrill audiences around the world. Together we will learn the techniques of a new movement style, work through a piece of choreography and participate in a drumming circle learning to improvise all while moving and having fun!