First place winner at Music Festival

Kitimat dancers set to perform Breaking News

Dance Kitimat's year-end show will be Breaking News, on May 26 at 2 p.m. at Mount Elizabeth Theatre.

Dance Kitimat presents its annual year-end show on Sunday, May 26 at 2:00 p.m at the Mount Elizabeth Theatre.

It is excellent entertainment for the whole family. Dancers from ages four-through-17 will put their best foot forward in a variety of ballet, jazz and contemporary pieces, choreographed by Mrs. Emily Toews and Ms. Monica Kapelar.

The dances will be presented as breaking news stories by two experienced and witty news anchors, Ms. Kaitlyn Hartmann and Mr. Nathan Closter.

Dance Kitimat students did very well at the recent Pacific Northwest Music Festival in Terrace. The studio entered two groups in the festival and both placed first in their respective classes.

If you missed the festival, this is your chance to see the dancers dance their stories.

– Anna-Marie Carstens

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