New instructor Kayla Rose Eikenberry adds to summer lineup at Alpine Dance Academy
So committed to dance that she sought out a job at Alpine Dance Academy before she had secured the keys to her Colorado apartment, Kayla Rose Eikenberry is the newest addition to the school in Frisco, according to ADA director Kelly Monahon.
Monahon notes the new hire, who moved here from Los Angeles, will allow ADA to offer two dance camps this summer. The first will be June 19-22 for students entering grades second to sixth in the fall. The second will be July 10-13 for students ages 10 and up.
Dancers will participate in all styles of dance, and there will be dance-themed crafts and supervised play for the youngest participants. Each week will culminate in an in-studio performance, in which parents can see what the dancers have worked on during the camp, according to a news release.
Current ADA students may register via e-mail. New students, however, must register in person from 3-7 p.m. Monday-Thursday at the studio. Summer registration will remain open until May 25.
For more on Eikenberry, the summer camps or the Alpine Dance Academy, go to AlpineDanceAcademy.com.
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