We are so proud of our assistant instructor, Miss Kelsey! The executive director of the 24/Seven dance convention tour awarded her a Jazz Scholarship in honor of her outstanding performance and dedication during the tour. Congratulations!
Kelsey also danced with Twitch & Sonya from "So You Think You Can Dance!"
Dance Connection has donated over $50,000 to local charities (Multiple Sclerosis Society, Muscular Dystrophy, Alzheimer's Association, Light the Night, Seneca Park Zoo, Webster Comfort Care, Gilda's Club...). Our most recent benefit show raised $6500 for MS Society! Along with dance, our students are taught to give back to our community. High priced costumes - NOT Dance Connection. High priced competition fees - NOT Dance Connection. High priced tuition - NOT Dance Connection. Make a difference. Be a part of the Dance Connection Family.
Come support the MS organization by attending Dance Connection's annual dance benefit!
This benefit show is Alexis Makowiecki's senior project and all proceeds are going to the Multiple Sclerosis Organization. With this benefit we're hoping to get the community more involved and aware so that we may give back to those who have lost so much!
Mission: To eliminate Multiple Sclerosis through the advancement of research; to provide and enhance the care and support for those already affected by this disease and to reduce the progression of the disease. Vision: Assisting those it serves to live rewarding, productive lives that will allow them to live as the rest of society does.
Tickets are $7 and there will are over 100 raffle items that have been donated!
Join us for fun, entertainment & donate to MS!
Melania's Story for PBS contest
The Girl Who Loved to Dance
By Melania (6 years old)
There was a girl who loved to dance and sing with her friends and family. Her name was Melania. She wanted to become a professional dancer. Dance Connection was her dance studio and she like going to be able to dance with her friends. Her dance teachers name was Ms. Denise. Melania was getting ready for her third recital. Melania made sure never to miss a dance class so she could earn perfect attendance. She wondered how tall the trophies were for every year of perfect attendance. Melania loved dancing so much that she practiced every day and she became better and better. Melania continued to work hard so all her dreams could come true.