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So you think you can dance?
Auditions to be held for Charlotte Ballet Reach program
 
Published Thursday, August 14, 2014 11:46 am
by Staff Reports

Just like the popular television show, Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation and Charlotte Ballet are posing this question to local youth: So you think you can dance?

The two organizations are holding a series of auditions for Charlotte Ballet Reach, a community outreach scholarship program that makes quality dance training accessible to youth, ages 7-10, with financial need.

Auditions will be held at various recreations centers between 5:30 p.m. – 7 p.m. on the following dates:

Monday, August 18 – Ivory Baker Recreation Center, 1920, Stroud Park Court

Tuesday, August 19 – Naomi Drenan Recreation Center, 750 Beal Street

Wednesday, August 20 – Albemarle Road Recreation Center, 5027 N Idlewild Road

Thursday, August 21 –Bette Rae Thomas Recreation Center, 2921 Tuckaseegee Road

To register, participants are asked to arrive at the recreation center 30 minutes prior to the audition. If possible, please attend the audition at the recreation center where the child will attend classes.

For more information, contact Jennifer Bakane at 704-372-0101.

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