Afternoon in the Garden | A Childrenandamp;#8217;s Ballet |

Afternoon in the Garden | A Childrenandamp;#8217;s Ballet

Photo courtesy Tahoe Dance SchoolEnjoy andamp;#8220;Afternoon in the Garden,andamp;#8221; a ballet to showcase Tahoe Ballet Schoolandamp;#8217;s tiniest dancers Sunday, June 3 at the Cal Neva Resort.

TAHOE, Calif. andamp;#8212; A spring garden of dancing daffodils, leaping lambs, and tapping raindrops comes alive at the Cal Neva Sunday, June 3 at 1 p.m. This family friendly performance celebrates the beginning of summer with its whimsical costumes, colorful sets, and playful characters. Junior members of the Tahoe Dance School ages 3-1/2 through kindergarten take center stage, transforming into butterflies, bees, ladybugs, ducks, frogs, birds, pixies and even a garden gnome. andamp;#8220;Afternoon in the Garden is choreographed with the youngest student in mind. It showcases their hard work and progress made over the school year. For many, itandamp;#8217;s their first experience on a stage in front of a large audience. With all the wonderful costumes and fun characters this promises to be an enchanting afternoon,andamp;#8221; said Dee Dee Terzian, director and owner of Tahoe Dance School.Advance tickets are available at Coffee Connexion in Tahoe City and The Potlatch in Incline Village, Nev. Cost is adults $12 and students $5. Tickets also available at door for an additional $2.About Tahoe Dance SchoolTahoe Dance School has been creating, performing and teaching the art of dance since 1993. Under the direction of Dee Dee Terzian, the School has grown to offer classes in classical ballet, jazz, hip hop, tap and modern. Expanded class schedule at the Incline Village, Nev. studio now includes creative dance and classical ballet. Now accepting enrollment for Beach andamp; Ballet Summer Camp and 2012/2013 school year. For more information, please call 530-583-3367 or email at

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