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  • Dance Dynamics
    Students at Dance Dynamics, a registered member of the Canadian Dance Federation, may recognize the director, Herb Clarke. The veteran dance teacher and Dance Saskatchewan board of directors member has starred in his own teaching series on Shaw Cable and has appeared alongside Juliet Prowse on PBS’s Championship Ballroom Dancing. He harnesses his fleet-footed expertise and choreography experience to lead students of all skill levels through lessons in a variety of dance styles, such as rumba, salsa, swing, and waltz. In doing so, Clarke and his teaching staff help students reap the benefits of dance, such as stress relief, weight loss, and the ability to summon Fred Astaire by whispering his name into a candlelit mirror.
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    96 33rd St. E
    Saskatoon, SK CA
  • Momentum Clothing and Equipment
    The hangers and shelves at Momentum Clothing and Equipment sport laid-back clothing and accessories bearing more than 70 brand names that range from household favourites such as Volcom and The North Face to boutique treasures. The store's knowledgeable staff members deal in duds seven days a week, turning walks stylish with Nike or Toms shoes or with feet-contenting Volcom or LRG Socks. Jeans and hoodies made by the likes of Obey and 10.Deep are on hand for further torso coverage and look completion. Momentum also hosts a slew of events, creating opportunities for patrons to stylishly mingle with new friends or to have deep conversations with new T-shirts.
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    160-2102 8th St E
    Saskatoon, SK CA
  • DancEgypt
    From within the cultural district of Broadway, students take part in the traditional Egyptian art form known as belly dancing. The steps?encompassing everything from rib-cage shimmies to hips swirling through infinity loops?may build with each beginner-level class, but the choreography remains purposefully open and fun. It's the instructors' hope, in fact, that the music will inspire students of all ages and fitness levels to find their own rhythms and joy of dance. With this attained, students can move onto intermediate- and advanced-level classes, where the focus turns to longer dance segments and honing one's personal style.
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    508 12th St. E
    Saskatoon, SK CA
  • Bike Universe
    At Bike Universe, a team of cycle specialists works to keep the community's bike traffic rolling smoothly by stocking new equipment and upgrading old rides. Their handiwork helped earn the shop a ranking among Saskatoon's best bicycle stores in Planet S's Best of 2010. As active outdoorspeople themselves, staff members personally test and carry high-performance outdoor sports equipment including kayaks, slacklines, longboards, and apparel, preventing athletes from having to borrow their elder siblings' old-timey swimming singlets.
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    122 20th St. W
    Saskatoon, SK CA
  • Credit Union Ctr
    Chris Isaak has proven to be a rockabilly Renaissance man during his more than 25 years in show business, with hit songs such as "Wicked Game," appearances in movies such as That Thing You Do!, and his own TV show on Showtime. Like a lovechild of Roy Orbison and Elvis Presley nurtured by supermodels, Chris?s smooth, dusty baritone and disarmingly tender falsetto seduces fans with a raucous swing and melodies heartbreaking enough to inspire happy couples to split up, just so they can sing along with more authenticity. Backed by Silvertone, his lifelong rhythm section of rustproof ringers, Chris and the gang turn a concert into a party packed with tunes culled from his catalogue of classics. Even though his live shows thrive on relentless showmanship and unpredictability, recent sets have been decorated in outlandish stage props, including a burning piano, a 35-pound mirrored suit, and a 20-foot tall pin-up girl inflated solely by bittersweet helium and the tears of panda couples torn asunder by zoo downsizing.
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    3515 Thatcher Ave
    Saskatoon, SK CA
  • Oriental Dance Arts
    For the past three decades, Oriental Dance Arts has introduced students young and old to the dances of the Middle East, Near East, and Asia Minor. Their instructors create accepting environments to help students build a shared community around movement. Instructors teach several varieties of belly dance, including beginner's classes designed specifically for first-timers or those without bellybutton-less androids. At open house nights, the school's dancers demonstrate multicultural moves ranging in style from Arabic to American Tribal. The school's dance troupe performs at least twice each month at community functions, wearing colourful costumes shimmering with tassels and reflective accents.
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    1212 Osler Street
    Saskatoon, SK CA

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