• Chautauqua Hall Clean-Up Day/Dance classes start

    There will be a Chautauqua Hall Clean-Up Day on Sun., Jan. 13, from 10:00am – 4:00pm.

    This community service event is sponsored by the DiFranco DanceProject and the City of Pacific Grove Recreation Department.  Energetic middle-school, high-school students and community adults are invited to roll up their sleeves and join us in doing some basic clean-up chores at our much-used, much-loved historic Pacific Grove meeting hall.

    Please wear work clothes, sneakers and bring gloves, if you have them.  All participants will need to sign a waiver (parental signature needed for all those under 18 years).  We’ll supply cleaning supplies, latex gloves and simple tools. We’ll also provide a simple salad, pizza, juice and cupcake lunch buffet at around 1:00pm.  Community service credit is available to students.  Remember to bring your forms.  For the waiver form and more details, go to our website: www.difrancodance.com, or contact Dianne Lyle at dianne164@aol.com.
    Chautauqua Hall is located at 162 16th Street, between Lighthouse and Central Avenues, in Pacific Grove.

    And once you’ve got Chautauqua looking all spiffy, consider this:

    Winter/Spring ’13 Dance Classes

    Three levels of co-ed Afro-Latin Jazz dance classes (ages 8 -18 years) and three levels of Jazzamatazz For Kids classes (co-ed for ages 4- 7 years) are offered by Dianne Lyle, at Chautauqua Hall, 162 16th Street (between Lighthouse and Central Avenues).  This after-school program is sponsored by the City of Pacific Grove Recreation Department.

    The ’13 Winter/Spring DiFranco DanceProject classes BEGIN during the week of January 7 through January 11.

    Detailed class information and registration forms are available at the website, www.difrancodance.com or at the City of Pacific Grove Recreation office.  Contact Dianne Lyle at dianne164@aol.com with any questions.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on January 1, 2013

    Topics: Front PG News


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