Let a Mosaic instructor lead you through a quick warm up, then play some dance related games and learn a dance with your friends! You can choose the theme and style of dance taught (ballet, jazz and/or hip hop). We can work with all ages and dance abilities. Our birthday parties are typically 1 hour, 30 minutes - 45 minutes dance & games, then 45 minutes for cake & present opening. E-mail the studio for available dates at Joette@mosaicdancehall.com
Cost: $100 for up to 10 participants (including birthday child) - an additional $10.00 per participant after the first 10. Cake, beverages, paper products and party favors are the responsibility of the parent. Mosaic will provide tables and chairs. Your child can request their favorite Disney Princess, Superhero, cartoon character or book and the Mosaic instructor will play some dance related games and read a story all based on your choice.
Bring a Friend to Dance Week, April 24 - April 30 in honor or National Dance Week. This is your chance to bring a friend to show them what it's like to be a dancer. Cost is free and only clean street shoes are needed or go barefoot. Friday night dance party on Friday, April 24 in honor of National Day Week. Ages 6 and up. Cost is $5 per dancer and is open to students and their friends. Time: 6:30-7:30 pm
Friday Night Dance Party: Friday, April 24! Cost is $5 and everyone is invited ages 6 +. Bring your friends. You do not have to be a student at Mosaic to attend. Time: 6:30-8:30 pm.
Picture Day is Friday, May 1 starting at 3:30 pm. Each class will be given a time and which costume to wear.
Open House: Friday, May 29 from 5 -7:30 pm. Great time to come and check out summer camps & classes!
Recreational and Competitive Team Meeting for Parents: May 22, 6:30 p.m.
Trip to New York: June 25-30 to study on Broadway!
Summer Camps & Classes start: July 7
Greek Festival, Saturday, June 6, 4 p.m.
Spring Show, Saturday, June 13
A dance recital is an exciting time for a young dancer, but many parents of new dancers become stressed and nervous about the experience. Here are a few tips:
1. Seating is first come first serve basis and please DO NOT save or reserve a large section of seats if you arrive early. Shows usually sale out and we will need to have everyone in a seat and some cases a few might be standing. In the past I've had to spend a large majority of my time rearranging folks to get everyone seated. I prefer to be backstage preparing your child instead of repositioning parents. Thank you in advance. Ms. Joette
2. If you have a small dancer, please make sure they potty before you arrive or once you arrive. Nerves can get the best of us and I would not want an emergency run to the bathroom.
3. For the safety and privacy of the dancers, only one parent is allowed into the dressing room and if you have an older child, a parent may not be necessary. NO STREET SHOES IN DANCE STUDIOS - PARENTS!! THANK YOU!
4. Please remember to turn OFF Cell phones.
5. NO flash photography or video taping during the performances. A professional video can be purchased and forms will be on the back table.
6. All items must be removed from auditorium after the show.
7. Doors will open 30 minutes early of each show time.
8. Water is the only thing allowed in the hall and dressing rooms.
9. Plan ahead. Start planning a week before the recital. Make a list of everything you will need, including costumes, tights, dance shoes and accessories.
10. Arrive on time. Plan to arrive at the place of the performance early. You'll need time to set up in a dressing room and your child will want extra time to hang around with her friends.
11. Label all costumes and accessories. Many young girls in the same classes are the same size. Keep track of your child's things by labeling everything.
12. Bring boredom busters. Recital days can be extremely tiring for young dancers. Pack a few quiet games, such as a deck of cards, to quietly pass the time.
Finally, thank you for choosing Mosaic Hall and Dance Center! Your dancer has worked very hard to get ready for each production. So, sit back and relax, and of course, APPLAUD for all the dancers hard work. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.