Scranton Civic Ballet Company to host Open House Saturday, April 22


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Scranton Civic Ballet Company sibling dancers Robert Zaloga, 15, and Mia Zaloga, 17, of Moosic, prepare for the annual ‘In Concert’ performance presented April 9 at Theater at North in Scranton. Both study under the artistic direction of Miss Helen Gaus.


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    SCRANTON — Scranton Civic Ballet Company will host an Open House for new, potential and current students and their families from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 22 at the studio, 234 Mifflin Ave.

    Instructors, staff, members of the board of directors and current students will be available to answer questions at the free event. Classes will be available for children ages 3 and up at the dance community for dancers of all skill levels.

    Miss Helen Gaus founded The Scranton Civic Ballet Company in 1978. A non-profit organization focused on dance education and performance, the company aims to educate its members and the public in the art of dance, while bringing the talents of well-known artists, choreographers and master teachers into the region for students as well as audiences.

    For more information, visit scrantoncivicballet.com or call 570-343-0115.

    Scranton Civic Ballet Company sibling dancers Robert Zaloga, 15, and Mia Zaloga, 17, of Moosic, prepare for the annual ‘In Concert’ performance presented April 9 at Theater at North in Scranton. Both study under the artistic direction of Miss Helen Gaus.
    http://theabingtonjournal.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/04/web1_ABJ-BalletOH.jpgScranton Civic Ballet Company sibling dancers Robert Zaloga, 15, and Mia Zaloga, 17, of Moosic, prepare for the annual ‘In Concert’ performance presented April 9 at Theater at North in Scranton. Both study under the artistic direction of Miss Helen Gaus. Submitted photo

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    Information provided by the Scranton Civic Ballet Company.

    Information provided by the Scranton Civic Ballet Company.

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