The Department of Recreation Services offers a myriad of classes for the children of our community. Each spring they host a showcase of some of the classes, giving the young participants an opportunity to demonstrate what they have learned. This year is the first ever showcase held in the Community Center gymnasium.
Tuesday, May 15, 2012 over 100 students from twelve different classes provided entertainment for a capacity crowd of parents, siblings, and others. Each class had a different colored shirt with a design created by Recreation Assistant Ashley Henry. The Master of Ceremonies was Recreation Leader Gina who introduced the classes and provided jokes and riddles in between performances. Families also brought a dish to share for a dinner after the event.
Classes performing included: Mini Gymnastics; Boys’ Gymnastics; Ballet and Tap; Twirl, Spin and Jump; Hip Hop (Tuesday); Gymnastics I and II; Gymnastics III and IV; Hip Hop (Thursday); Tricks; Cheerleading; Jump Rope (4-7 years); Jump Rope (6 years and up).
To check out the summer brochure of classes, click here.
The gym was packed for the Coronado Recreation's Spring Performance Showcase.
Members of the Mini Gymnastics class show off their skills.
Boys Gymnastics class participants jump and balance.
Ballerinas from the Ballet and Tap class show off their graceful moves.
Performers from Twirl, Spin and Jump make their mark.
Tuesday's Hip Hop participants moved to the beat.
Thursday's Hip Hop dancers are ready to move.
Alice in Wonderland made an appearance for the "Tricks" class performance.
Cheer class participants showcased their moves and voices.
Young jumpers put on a great show.
Jump Rope Class participants ages 4-7 years.
Giving Miss Gina a break, a young jump roper offers the crowd a joke.
Jump Ropers from the 6 years and up class.
The crowd enjoyed some double dutch.
Congratulations to all the participants on a job well done.
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