Recreational Disney Princess Themed Summer Camps at Epiphany Dance




Whether your kids want to twirl, tap or shake the sillies away, summer camp at Epiphany Dance will get your kids to bust a move. Located at 60 Scarsdale Rd (southeast of Leslie and York Mills, and minutes away from 401), Epiphany is a well-equipped, new facility featuring 1,500 sq.ft. studios, and 17′ high ceiling with a skylight. The school offers classes in Ballet, Jazz, Hip-hop, Acro, Tap, Contemporary, Musical Theatre. 

In summer of 2020, join the dance studio for a Summer Disney Princess Camp week! It's an experience your little ones won't soon forget as each week encapsulates all the fun activities a princess does — from dressing up to singing royal songs, making special mystery crafts and of course, dancing like a princess! Swimming and pizza are also on the princess’ agenda, and there will be plenty of outdoor play.

Epiphany of Dance's location, facility and programs will ensure safe yet fun summer weeks. There will be a limit of 10 campers per session for individualized attention (staff to camper ratio is 1 to 5). There will also be an in-studio performance on the last day of each session. The school is offering competitive rates for their summer sessions. Registration is available online, and a deposit will secure your spot for a session. 

Below are the dates for each weekly program:

Rapunzel
July 6-11 and August 17-21

Elsa
July 13-17 and August 10-14

Belle
July 20-24 and August 24-28

Cinderella
July 27-31

Sleeping Beauty
August 4-7

Intensive Program for Dancers ages 10-14

From August 17 to August 28, an Intensive program for dancers ages 10-14 will also be offered. This is a two weeks program designed for dancers at a competitive or/and pre-professional level. Daily schedule (9am-4pm) includes, ballet technique, pointe, classical repertoire, conditioning, jazz, contemporary, character dance, improvisation, swimming. 

Visit www.epiphanyofdance.ca/camps for registration, camp rates and for more details!

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