Summer Fun For All Ages

June 13, 2014 at 3:43 PM

SPARTA, NJIf you want to Party Like A Rock Star, Meet a Royal Princess, Explore Various Styles of Dance, or Become A Ballerina then Perfect Pointe Performing Arts Studio is where you want to be this summer.

As Perfect Pointe begins celebrating their 10th Anniversary they are proud to announce a fun filled summer camp line up.

Calling all Tiny Ballerina's.  Miss Jessica will introduce two and three year-olds to the beautiful world of ballet.  These tiniest dancers will learn how to shine as they jump, leap, and explore dance using music, props, and imagination. This Twinkling Two's Ballet Camp will take place July 21- July 25 from 10 to 10:30 a.m.  Cost is $55.00.

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Princess Dance Camp for ages three to six will be held July 14 through July 18 and August 11 through August 15 from 10 a.m.until noon.   Each  day the ballerina princesses will meet with their royal dance instructor Miss Dawn and learn new dances, play princess games, hear princess stories, share snacks and make crafts. At the conclusion of each day there will be a chance to meet a royal princess  and take pictures with her. The last day of camp ballerina princesses will invite their mothers to a special dance performance and royal tea party.  The cost of the camp is $150 per week.

Are you a Rock Star?  Standing Ovation Dance Camp is for you.  July 21 through July 25 from 10 a.m. until noon five to seven year-olds will be given  the VIP treatment.  All Rock Stars will dance, sing, make crafts, enjoy snacks, play games, make a music video and of course have a red carpet photo shoot.  The cost is $150 for the week.

Hip Hop, Jazz, Lyrical, Tap, and Ballet.  There is something for everyone in our Shining Stars Camp, and Movers and  Shakers Camp. This camp offers dancers a unique opportunity to get an introduction into various style of dance. Each day will focus on a different style. Both Camps take place July 21 through July 25.  The Shining Stars Camp is for ages seven to 11  from 4:30 to 6 p.m.  Movers and  Shakers is for children ages 12 and up from 6:30 until 8 p.m. The cost is $130 per week or $17 per day. 

Back by popular demand this year is open studio night.  Every Wednesday July 23 through August 20,  6:30 until 8 p.m. Come and dance with Miss Jessica.  This is open to all area dancers.  The cost is five dollars per class.  This is a fun night to come out and show off your dance moves.

All of our camps take place at our state of the art facility located at 30 Gail Court in Sparta. For more information on Perfect Pointe including registering for our tenth season visit our website at perfectpointestudio.com or call 973-383-5274.  

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