January 24, 2014
(Photos Courtesy of Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education)
WHO: Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education
WHAT: Princess Teas
Princess Party #1: Sunday, February 9; 2:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Buckhead Centre: 4279 Roswell Road, Suite 703, Atlanta, GA 30342
Princess Party #2: Cobb Centre: Sunday, February 23; 2:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Cobb Centre: 2000 Powers Ferry Road SE, Suite G-4, Marietta, GA 30067
Event Description: Join the Atlanta Ballet Buckhead and Cobb Centres for their annual Princess Tea Parties. The first will be held at the Buckhead Centre on Sunday, February 9 and the second Sunday, February 23 at the Cobb Centre. The event is open to the public and suggested for ages 3-8 years old. Party participants are encouraged to come dressed in their favorite princess ball gowns and finery. There will be tea and sweets, games, dance classes, face painting, photos, and special performances by the Atlanta Ballet Centre Ensemble. American Girl will also be on hand with crafts and a drawing for an American Girl prize pack to include a Bitty Baby Doll, matching book, and Prima Ballerina set. **Please be mindful that this event is for children only. Drop-off begins 30 minutes prior to the event start time and pick-up will begin promptly at 4:30 p.m.
Ticket Information: Cost is $25 per princess. Advance payment is required and must be made at least two days in advance of each party. Payments can be made in person or by phone. To purchase or for more information, contact:
Kate Gaul, Buckhead Centre Principal: 404-303-1501, firstname.lastname@example.org
Heather Conley, Cobb Centre Principal: 678-213-5000, email@example.com
About Atlanta Ballet Centre for Dance Education: Founded in 1996, the Centre provides an opportunity for everyone in the community, no matter what their age or experience, to discover the joys of dance. The Centre instills confidence and self-awareness that will help anyone achieve their goals and dreams.
Since its founding, the Centre has become one of the top ten dance education facilities in the country and continues to set a high standard for excellence. Accredited by the National Association Schools of Dance, the Centre has world-class faculty and a challenging and comprehensive curriculum designed to inspire future dancers. Students also receive the special benefit of being able to rehearse with and observe the professional company and learn the ins-and-outs of being a professional dancer.
Atlanta Ballet prides itself on its community involvement which is a top priority at Atlanta Ballet. The Centre has established numerous programs to promote dance education in schools throughout Georgia. Atlanta Ballet's community program, Centre Dance, makes a difference in the lives of the students, both academically and socially, in Atlanta schools. The Centre's Kids In Step and Get Up and Dance programs allow children who normally cannot attend arts events to enjoy the beauty and majesty of ballet.