What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition?
This is our 12th year of providing excellent dance education in Clark County! We offer the fullest range of dance classes available, from our ABT(r) ballet classes through Expressive Hip-hop classes. For all ages and abilities; toddler through adult, novice through pre-professional.
What's one tip for first-time students that will make them feel like veterans?
Our instructors are fabulous - personable and professional! They'll make you feel comfortable from the moment you tip-toe through the door.
Check our website for the appropriate attire & shoes, bring a water bottle and come ready to experience some professional training & serious fun!
What was the inspiration to start or run this business?
Virtuosity began just after our sister company, VEGA Gymnastics, opened.
There was a clear need for quality dance instruction alongside quality gym instruction.
Enter Miss Diana (creative genius), Miss Candace (dance studio aficionado) and Mr. Marc (hip-hopper extraordinaire)- The rest is history!
What do you love most about your job?
The kids! Every year we produce several performances highlighting the progression of our students. These recitals are AMAZING! We instructors stand backstage, amazed at the talent, dedication and heart of our students!
We are so thankful for the honor and privilege of being a part of their lives.
Snack on tasty pub fare at Cedar Room, a local favorite.
Take a peek at the drink menu here, and make sure to sample something off the list.
Don't miss the happy hour food and drink specials, where a great bargain is always in sight.
Cedar Room is a great location to host a group dinner.
Driving to Cedar Room? Check out the nearby parking selections and park with ease.
It's about time you ate the best pub food around with a trip to Cedar Room.
Enjoy a relaxing stay in the great outdoors at Vancouver's Loyal Order of Moose Lodges, a rustic lodge.
Drivers will rest assured when they see the wide range of parking options located near this lodge.
Looking for all the amenities of home without the stress of ordinary life? Book your next trip to Loyal Order of Moose Lodges in Vancouver.
If you're seeking a fabulous vacation destination in Vancouver, look no further than Elks Bpoe Lodge No 823.
There are plenty of public parking options for you to take advantage of during your stay at Elks Bpoe Lodge No 823.
Mark and Amy Meyers bought their first donkey, Izzy, more than a decade ago. Though they only sought a pet, their close relationship with Izzy inspired them to take up a cause. Soon after buying Izzy, they noticed that other donkeys in the neighborhood were suffering from abuse and neglect. They took immediate action: Amy began adopting the donkeys, and Mark spent his evenings talking to the donkeys and tending to their ailments. After they adopted their 25th donkey, they decided to start their own rescue organization, Peaceful Valley Donkey Rescue.
Peaceful Valley, which currently cares for more than 2,500 donkeys, rescues domestic donkeys that have been abused or neglected and wild burros that have been displaced from their natural habitat. The donkeys are often found injured and wandering in the wilderness or are surrendered by their owners. PVDR has a network of rescue professionals stretching from Coast to Coast and Border to Border. Satellite locations include Scenic, Arizona approximately 90 miles north of Las Vegas near Mesquite Nevada. After being rescued, they live in one of the farm sanctuaries in Texas, Arizona, Oregon, or other satellite locations. Peaceful Valley has worked with capture programs, private landowners, and numerous government agencies—including the National Park Service, Fish and Game and Bureau of Land Management—to ensure that all donkeys have a safe place to live. Toward that aim, Peacefully Valley also holds clinics, trains donkey owners to better care for their animals, and educates the public about the nature and history of donkeys to improve their plight.
Paula Lucas lived in the Middle East with her husband, a Newsweek photojournalist, and their three sons. To family members back in the U.S., her life appeared exciting and glamorous; in reality, it was anything but. Paula was suffering from domestic violence—her children, child abuse—at the hands of her husband. Each day things got progressively worse. When she finally confided this secret to her brother, their attempts to receive help from the State Department and American Embassy proved futile. It wasn't until a chance robbery in Germany divested her husband of his passport and money—effectively locking him out of the country—that Paula got her chance to escape. She hunted down her children's hidden passports and forged her husband's name on a check, securing just enough funds to fly them back to the U.S. It was here, following many years of legal battles and economic hardship, that Paula eventually won her freedom.
Vowing to use her newfound independence to help others, Paula founded American Women Overseas—a crisis line she manned in her living room when not working a full-time job to support her kids. Today, Americans Overseas Domestic Violence Crisis Center operates 24/7, responding to enquiries from 175 countries and juggling 150 international cases at any one time. Together with the international toll-free crisis line—866-USWOMEN—the center provides advocacy, resources, and tools for abused Americans and their children. It helps secure legal representation for custody battles, and provides funds for emergency needs including rent, utilities, and passports.