It’s Dance Time!!SoStoked! Let’s Do This!!!

Just finished the last rehearsal until mid January. It’s Community Day this Sunday, and I seriously cannot wait!! I got to have a solo, which was not planned. I’m so excited to actually be showing off what we’ve been working on thus far. I actually wish I could have all my blog readers see this work in progress. I’ll definitely post a video once the performance is done. It features a lot of structural inprovization. Since we are celebrating Propeller Dance’s 10 year anniversary, we’re developing this piece around the number 10. It’s awesome!!

10, 9,8,7, 6,5, 4, 3, 2, 1… let’s go!!!

Yes, shhhh, don’t tell anyone that this countdown is a part of the dance piece we’re working on. I am truly excited about this!!! If it wasn’t for my sore ankle, I’d want to do this piece right now. Oh well… that just means I’ll do my best and put my all into the performance when it actually comes time to do it.

I am so excited!!! Community Day week is underway!Let’s do this!!

I’ll s be writing another blog post after the show is done. For now, this blog is complete!!

10 Years for Propeller Dance, Join Us as We Dance!!

So, I’ve decided to write a post about Propeller Dance’s 10 year anniversary, and our upcoming Community Day! All the recreational classes have works in progress to present, including the class I am a part of. Imagine a routine capturing the anniversary…

We will pop, stomp, and sing, and much more! How does this happen in one 10 minute performance? You’ll have to come and find out!! For any inquiries about this integrated dance c dance company, go to Propeller Dance’s website! Anything you want to know about upcoming events, classes, merchandise, and so much more can be found there.

So, back to what I was hinting at before, Community Day is always a special time to celebrate our work’s in progress with friends and family, and that’s always fun on its own, but to add a ten year anniversary on top of it? It shall be even greater!!

For those who want to attend this awesome celebration, it is on Sunday, December 4, 2016 at Tom Brown Arena, and the celebrations start 1pm, to be followed by their AGM.

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Another Community Day = Success!!

Today was Community Day! It honestly was a huge success, as it normally is. I got to see everyone’s works-in-progress. It was also neat seeing the Propeller Dance company perform a choreographed piece by Sanshiree Giles… part of AXIS Dance Company in the USA.

Now I am stoked for our show in May. It will most likely be two nights, which I am absolutely thrilled about. Now it is time to take a little break for Christmas, then return to dance on January 12th. I am so excited for that already!

Now it is time to relax and enjoy the holiday!

For now, this is it for dance blogs. I will return in January with more dance related things. For now, Merry Christmas all from the dance world!!

Community Day… Here We Come!!!

As Steven goes up to the corner store, and my roommates, along with a good friend  of ours are gone to GT, I decided to write a blog about this Sunday’s Community Day for Propeller Dance. For those just reading my blog for the first time, to get in touch with all things Propeller Dance, they have a website. It is as follows: They also have a blog, which is as follows:

Now that I’ve gotten you noted on all things Propeller, on with what I was going to mention. I am a part of the Monday recreational dance class, and all our current classes, as well as the company get to perform in a laid back manner for this Sunday’s Community Day! This is where we get to show off what we have been working on thus far, and it ends the fall term in a festive way. It is rather laid back, but still professional in its own way, as it is still a performance in the grand scheme of things.

Anyone new to reading my blog? Yes? Maybe? If so, then you are probably wondering what on earth Community Day is. Or, maybe not, but I will reiterate for those still unsure of what it is. It is an event that is usually held at the beginning of December, which then ends our fall term. So, in order to show off what all of us have been working on, Community Day brings the community together to see what we have been working on, and to celebrate during this festive season. Along with our performances, there is also a bake sale, along with Propeller Dance merchandise for sale. Usually after the event is done, they host their Annual General Meeting for those who are, and for those interested in becoming members of Propeller Dance.

For anyone who doesn’t know about this event, it is this Sunday, December 7th from 1pm-3pm, with AGM following. It is being held at the Tom Brown Arena which is in Ottawa, 141 Bayview Road. The entrance fee is $5 for students, or low income, and $10 for adults, or, pay what you can.

I hope to see all you people out there this Sunday! I am super excited to perform for all who will be coming to this event!

As for now, this blog is complete! Super excited for Sunday! Hope to see all of you there!!! 😀