Quesnel’s Gold Pan City Dance is preparing for annual gala

Added to the regular celebratory nature of the gala this year they are celebrating the move the the new studio.

Gold Pan City Dance is once again presenting their year-end Gala, June 8 – 9, Chuck Mobley Theatre. Each year, students with the dance studio celebrate their accomplishments and perform new choreography along with highlights of the year’s performances.

“This is also our chance to say a special goodbye to our graduating students, introduce this year’s provincial competitors, hand out awards and scholarships and of course, for our wee little students, it’s the first time on stage,” GPCD director Sandy Herman said.

“We are also pleased to have Lyle Tribe and his band Audacity performing live for several of our dancers.”

This Gala is also a celebration of the studio’s first year in its new location on Anderson Drive. Braveheart Highland dancers have also embraced the new facility and will also perform during the Gala.

Tickets for Gold Pan City Dance Gala are $15 at BoPeep Boutique and the dance studio.

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