Everybody dance now!

The annual Dance Kraze competition put on by the Wadena School of Dance filled the town with people from all over the province during the weekend of March 14-15.

character group

These girls from Kelvington School of Dance received a $100 award for outstanding character ballet group. Left to right, Katrina Onyskiw, Halle Boyes, Madison Polachek. —Photo courtesy KSD.

This year the adjudicator was Braiden Stevenson, who started in dance at Lanigan and went on to the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, and then performed around the world. He now teaches at Studio One in Saskatoon.

As well as coming from the local area, participants attended from as far away as Muenster, Porcupine Plain, Raymore and Annaheim. From the littlest beginners to soloing teenagers, the dancers all showed enthusiasm and spirit along with talent. Congratulations to all those who participated.

ALERT! Sweetness factor:Kelv School of Dance, Sleepover rLeft to right: Olyndra Irving, Ciera Bocking, Ife Ketiku and Katelyn Parkin from Kelvington School of Dance did a ballet number called “Sleepover.” —Photo courtesy Susan Parkin.

By Charlene Wirtz

Wadena News


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