JOIN US AT ONE OF OUR EXCITING EVENTS
Spring Into Summer Dance Camp: June 12-15
Ballet Intensive: June 19-22
Ballerina Princess Series: June 27-29
Dancing through the Decades: July 18-20
Ballerina Princess Series: August 8-10
Try It Night: August 23
Open House 2017
Saturday, August 12, 2017 9am-noon
Thursday, August 17, 2017 5pm-7pm
2017-2018 Dance Season Begins – Sept 5th
Now Enrolling! We look forward to dancing with you in our 33rd exciting year!
“Spooktacular Evening of Dance”
October 2017 – date coming soon! BG Woodland Mall “Mall-o-ween” Trick or Treat! Fun family night!
Bowling Green Holiday Parade Performance
Saturday, November 18, 2017
Cocoa & Cookies with Claire
2017 date coming soon, hosted at Julie’s Dance Studio. Warm up after the BG Holiday Parade and join us for a magical time with Claire. Hot Cocoa bar, cookie decorating, craft station and photo opportunities! Plus, a performance by Claire and her friends! Cost: $10/child parents please plan to attend with child(ren). Please contact or stop by the studio office for more details or to sign up. 419-353-5030
Annual Woodland Mall Holiday Show
Join us December 2, 2017 for our 22nd annual Holiday Show at the BG Woodland Mall . This is a highly anticipated event by dancers, parents and patrons alike and has continued to grow in popularity throughout the years as evidenced by our maximum capacity, animated and very enthusiastic audience members.
The Nutcracker…All Jazzed Up! December 15-17, 2017
The story of a dreamy young girl and her Nutcracker prince takes a funky twist as they journey into a world of toy soldiers and mice, angels and snowflakes, queens and fairies in this electrifying new take on a holiday classic.
Star-Style 2018 – BGCS Performing Arts Center
Since 1985, Star-Style, our annual recital, has offered our students a professionally directed performance that allows them to present to their families and friends the results of a dance season’s hard work, dedication, and progress. It is a fun, safe way to experience the real world of performing without the stress of competition. A big part of the dance training process includes learning through performance. The experience helps build self-esteem, self-assurance, and contributes to a sense of confidence. Although performance opportunities can help prepare some students for a possible career in dance and theatre, they also contribute to children’s success in non-dance activities. The onstage experience can result in better in-school presentations, improved social skills and strong interview skills for future college or job opportunities.
Dancers Reaching Out (DRO)
This is our annual fundraising efforts in hopes to brighten the lives of foster children during the holiday season. Dancers collect new toys, games and crafts as well as monetary gifts which are delivered to two area foster agencies. The program was established in 2012.