Monday, May 14, 2012

Olympic Fever!

Olympic Fever!


With the Olympic Torch's arrival in the U.K (Devon in particular of course) and the growing excitement for the 2012 games, Dance in Devon would not be left out of the celebrations!

This of course also extends to our Devon Dance Compass project where our area Ambassadors are coordinating some celebratory dance activity for all ages and abilities.

Have a look at some of the exciting dance activities being facilitated and coordinated in the next few months!


Olympic Family Fun Day - Celebrating the Torch Relay in South Devon!


Sunday 20th May

Stoke Fleming Village Hall & Field

10am-3pm



Stoke Fleming will be celebrating the Olympic Torch coming through the villages with a family fun day of dance and sport organized by Dance in Devon’s South Devon Compass project with support from Active Villages.


For more details visit the South Devon section of the blog!






Princesshay Shuffle - Greeting the Olympic Torch as it arrives in Exeter!


Sunday 20th May

Princesshay Shopping Centre

12pm-4pm


In conjunction with Exeter City Council, Dance in Devon will be sharing a community stage in the heart of Exeter's thriving Princesshay Centre.
A fantastic variety of local dance styles/groups will be on show , all coming together to celebrate dance!
Activities and performances will include:
-ISCA Wheelchair dancers performance
-Devon Youth Dance Company performance
-Free "BIG DANCE" Workshop for all ages/abilities!

For more details, visit our website!


Big Dance 2012 School's Pledge- A World Record dance challenge for schools across Devon!

Friday 18th May

Schools from all over Devon will be joining with schools from across the country in a Record-breaking attempt to have the nations students dancing in unison to celebrate the arrival of the Olympic Torch in the U.K!
Participating schools include schools in:
-Exeter
-Dawlish
-Tiverton
-Collumpton
-Topsham
-Dartmouth
-Tavistock
-Plymstock
-Plymouth

Look out for a school performance in your area!

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