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Dancin’ Feet To Celebrate 40 Years of Quality Dance Instruction in Plymouth-Canton Communities

Dancin’ Feet, the longest operating dance studio in Canton, will host its annual year-end performance this week celebrating 40 years of providing quality dance instruction to the Plymouth-Canton communities.  


Performances will be held: Friday, May 9 at 7:00 p.m., Saturday, May 10 at 1:30 p.m. & 7:00 p.m., and Sunday, May 11 at 4:00 p.m. in Salem High School’s auditorium, located at 46181 Joy Road in Canton.  To celebrate this special milestone, former students have been invited to join the opening number on stage during each recital for a special dance. 


Dancin' Feet provides dance instruction at Summit on the Park, located at 46000 Summit Parkway, under the direction of Cheryl Reitz.  Classes for all-ages are offered six days a week in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical, Pointe, Hip Hop and Cecchetti, as well as adult tap classes.  Dancin’ Feet also offers a competition team and a selection of summer classes.

 

“We’re very proud to be celebrating our 40th anniversary as a dedicated business in the Plymouth Canton community,” said Cheryl Reitz, director, Dancin’ Feet.  “Our thanks go out to the thousands of families who have supported us over the past four decades and we look forward to being a part of Plymouth-Canton communities for years to come.”

 

Dancin' Feet has provided dance instruction to more than 5,000 students over the years, with families hailing from all over the metro-Detroit area, including: Northville, Novi, Ann Arbor, Chelsea, Bloomfield Hills, Brighton, Birmingham, Dearborn and more!  Students have gone on to dance around the globe from Disney and Broadway, to professional dance companies.  Several of Dancin' Feet students have even opened their own dance studios.

 

For more information about Dancin’ Feet’s ongoing classes and upcoming performances, call 734/394-5460.

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