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All Your BOGO Summer Camp Questions Answered

We know busy parents need to plan their summers early, especially when it comes to the kids. This is why we have already announced the dates and themes of our summer camps and will open registration on Sunday, January 22, 2017. As an extra bonus, once again we will be offering our annual Dance Extreme […]

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20 Perfect Holiday Gifts for Dancers You Probably Don’t Know About

‘Tis the season for making a list and checking it twice. If you’re struggling with finding the perfect gift for your dancers, don’t stress, Dance Extreme Artistic Director, Ms. Rebecca Brettingham-Filice has put together this list of perfect holiday presents for dancers of every age! 1. Warm-up Booties     Keep your dancer’s feet toasty […]

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What You Need To Know About Dance Extreme’s Referral Program

We know our Dance Extreme family are the first to recommend DX to friends and family and for this, we are very thankful. Thank you! But did you know we have a referral program to help us say thank you when someone you’ve referred signs up for classes? We do and it’s easy. There is […]

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Seven Things I Wish I Had Known Before My First Recital

As a mom of three Dance Extreme dancers and one DX alumna, I’ve been through more than a few recitals. Recitals are exciting for parents, faculty and especially our dancers and while it may seem a bit overwhelming at first, I have a few tips that can help. 1. Read The Emails (yes, all of […]

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First Time Dropping Off At Recital? Read This First!

Recital is almost here and for many Dance Extreme parents, that means dropping their young dancer off at the back door of the Grand Theatre for the very first time. Relax and breathe… The first time you take part in any new experience can be extremely overwhelming as you are constantly concerned about what may […]

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How Dancers Can Stick To It When The Stage Is Slippery

If you’re a dancer, knowing what to do when the stage is slippery can mean the difference between getting onstage confidently or being worried about slipping with every dance step. Although it used to be common to mop slippery stages with a mixture of Coke and water, or encourage dancers to rub the bottom of their […]

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