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Dance Lessons from Calgary’s Hottest Dancers Fundraiser – Sunday, February 27 2011

Posted February 23rd, 2011
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Come join us on Sunday, February 27th and learn different styles of dance from some of Calgary’s hottest dancers while also contributing to the Maple Tree Foundation helping their mission against poverty in the Philippines.

Everyone is welcome! Beginner, intermediate or dance enthusiast alike, where donations will go to the Maple Tree Foundation. This foundation helps smaller villages in the Philippines with there many programs available.

University Of Calgary Dance Studio
(Located in the A Block of the Kinesiology Complex)

Dance Class Workshops:
12:00 Tyler Ko (Break)
1:00 Tony Tran (Waacking)
2:00 Corrine Vessey (Hip Hop)
3:00 Caroline Fraser (House)
4:00 Tara Wilson (Popping)

Dance Class Pricing:
$12/ Class
$32/ 3 Classes of your choice
$50/ All Classes

Learn more about the event on Facebook!

We will be taking pre-registrations by messages to Beverly or Tamanna. To ensure a spot in a class you want please give us your name and the class you are interested in taking.

For donations we will only be taking cash or cheque (made to “Maple Tree Foundation”) on the day off the event.
For credit card payments please pay directly to the Maple Tree Foundation website and bring your receipt with you on the day of the event as proof of donation.

Getting Ready for the Class:
– Please arrive 15-30 minutes prior to your class for registration.
– Bring plenty of water to keep yourself hydrated during the class and also some snacks to help keep your energy going.
– Also have in door shoes with you

The Maple Tree Foundation:
Our Vision
To help deprived and under-served mountain communities live healthy, productive, and peaceful lives with sustainable resource development programs that provide basic health services, livelihood development, and education.

Our Opportunity
In the past 10 years, responsible resource development in Canatuan, Siocon, Zamboanga del Norte in the Philippines has provided a few fortunate mountain communities with the opportunity to improve the quality of their lives with sustainable development programs. Where once hunger was common, families have established vegetable gardens that supply their daily food needs and provide additional income. Families who in the past could only dream of sending their children to school or seeing a doctor now have access to education and basic health care.

The Maple Tree Foundation believes that these stories of hope can be replicated and expanded. Our approach is to target communities in need adjacent to communities where sustainable development has taken hold and replicate the programs that beat hunger, protect the body and train the mind.

Now is the time to replicate and expand. Visit their website.

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