German American Heritage Center
Wed, March 23rd @ 11:30-12:30 and 1:00-2:00

"Dance Me A Story" complements Ballet Quad Cities' season with public programs that tie ballet performance to literature. Participants learn how the literature inspires the choreographer and dancers as well as see costume and props that help tell the stories.The Little Engine That Could will be presented by Ballet Quad Cities' own Margaret King!
The first session (11:30-12:30) is focused on preK-Grade 2 and the second session (1:00-2:00) is focused on the same ages, geared towards special needs. A craft activity will follow!

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