Dance Expression plans holiday show for seniors


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Dance Expression Students, Families, and Teachers come together to make the Holidays JOYFUL for Sussex County Senior Citizens.

Students of all ages from Dance Expression dance arts in Hardyston, along with their families and the administration at Wallkill Valley High School, will be presenting a Holiday Performance for the Senior Citizen Community.

“HAPPY HOLIDAYS” will feature dance performances including selections in Jazz, Modern, Ballet, Contemporary, Tap, and Hip Hop and vocal selections by the WVRHS Senior Choir.

The Holiday Show is free for our Senior Citizens and includes not only a fabulous show but Raffles and Door Prizes, abundant refreshments and as always, there may even be a surprise visit from Santa Claus! The festivities will be held on Sunday, Dec. 2, from 1-4 p.m. in the Wallkill Valley High School Auditorium.

The afternoon is a charity event, free for all Senior Citizens, and all seniors are welcome. For more information, please call Dance Expression dance arts, 973-823-9500 or visit www.DanceExpression.com.






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