Sizzlin’ summer camp for Kimberley dancers

Kimberley, Cranbrook dancers prepare for highland games.


It wasn’t all hard work! 35 dancers from Cranbrook, Kimberley, Creston, Trail and Castelgar are attending the 5th Annual Sizzlin’ Summer Highland Dance Camp being held  in Cranbrook this week.  Shalni Prowse, from Kamloops is the guest instructor for all the Highland Classes. The dancers are also enjoying Ballet, Zumba, Strength & Conditioning and Highland Choreography.  This year, to compliment the instruction, the girls are involved in  Sports Psychology.. Students of Liela Cooper & Hali Duncan will travel to Calgary and Canmore this weekend to participate in their annual Highland Games….Good Luck to all.

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