How-To Tuesday: Intro to Ballet

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How-To Tuesday: Intro to Ballet

June 7 @ 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm

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with the University of Iowa Youth Ballet and Community Dance School

Tuesday, June 7, 2022 –1:00pm to 2:00pm

Meeting Room A

Elementary-age kids are invited to join us each Tuesday at 1:00 to learn a little bit about a fun skill or hobby that maybe they haven’t tried before! We have experts from the community here to teach you the basics!

Today a special guest from the University of Iowa Youth Ballet and Community Dance School will offer a unique program of dance and creative movement. We will learn the basic ballet positions and more as well as some of the French vocabulary that makes up ballet. Classes at the school feature live piano accompaniment and so will today’s How-To Tuesday program! Wear comfortable clothes for movement!

¡Los niños de primaria están invitados a unirse a nosotros todos los martes a la 1:00 para aprender un poco sobre una habilidad divertida o un pasatiempo que tal vez no hayan probado antes! ¡Tenemos expertos de la comunidad aquí para enseñarte los conceptos básicos!

Hoy, un invitado especial de la Escuela de Danza Comunitaria y Ballet Juvenil de la Universidad de Iowa ofrecerá un programa único de danza y movimiento creativo. Aprenderemos las posiciones básicas de ballet y más, así como algo del vocabulario francés que compone el ballet. ¡Las clases en la escuela cuentan con acompañamiento de piano en vivo y también lo hará el programa How-To Tuesday de hoy! ¡Usa ropa cómoda para el movimiento!



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Iowa City Public Library
123 South Linn Street
Iowa City, IA 52240 United States
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