When life simply isn't dramatic enough, Sandy's stage shows at The Learning Circle Performing Arts Studio are for you.
The doors are open for you at this theater with their people friendly restaurant and great, home-cooked food.
This theater is kid-friendly, so little ones are welcome to tag along.
Expert dancers and amateurs alike can move and groove to the classes at The Learning Circle Performing Arts Studio.
The Learning Circle Performing Arts Studio is just steps away from a parking lot.
Though colorful Lego and Duplo blocks cover their tables and fill their cabinets, Bricks 4 Kidz is no toy store. The staff crafts a playful curriculum that teaches children the fundamentals of engineering and architecture to stimulate their imaginations and encourage creative thinking. After-school sessions begin with a themed lesson followed by a guided building project and free-play time. Kids can explore more creative avenues with specialty classes, such as the junior robotics course or a movie-making camp, which covers basic stop-motion techniques so kids can make their own short films to explain why they couldn't finish their homework.
Brawling Beauty Burlesque puts a twist on the otherwise sassy dance styles offered at Pole Expressions with burlesque. Students don heels that they can dance in as an instructor Racheal Williams leads them through group or solo lessons, which tailor to those who may be shy with their skills at first. Advanced students, however, exude confidence, especially when dressed in the class’s requisite uniform: heels, bra top, bottoms, and thigh-high stockings. Williams also teaches parties and hosts girls’ night out events.
Through Abrakadoodle's classes, camps, and parties, youngsters develop problem-solving skills and boost their confidence as they express themselves through art projects. Media including easy-to-use Crayola products, oil pastels, and markers form vibrant paintings and drawings that may represent a new take on a Monet masterwork, a storybook scene, or the universal struggle over eating one's vegetables.
Photography Workshops of Utah.com owner Ken Spurgin garnered his photographic knowledge from 24 years as a freelancer, specializing in snapping images of commercial and industrial subjects. When he’s not snapping pictures of racecars and commercial properties, Ken leads workshops to show aspiring photographers how to best use their digital cameras and how to frame subjects, whether it’s a glorious forest in autumn or a newspaper salesman slipping on the ice in the winter.