Chinese Cultural Dance Club at UCLA - 2013/14

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The Chinese Cultural Dance Club at UCLA (CCDC) is expanding its Junior Dance Program and its Big & Lil Sisters Program and invites FCC families to participate in a variety of ways.  The program is geared for children/youth (girls & boys) who are entering 1st grade through 12th grade (generally ages 7 to 18).  Interested youth who are entering 7th through 12th grade may audition to participate in a dance with the college students.

Dance Program:  First, the elementary program (for 1st through 6th graders) is at capacity; however, there are a limited number of dance positions open for new dancers in 7th through 12th grade (by audition on October 19 and 20).  Sorry for the short notice, this is a late development.  Contact CCDC Junior Dance Parent Coordinator Jeri Okamoto Floyd for audition information and/or if you would like to be on the waiting list for 2014-2015 (2nd through 12th graders).

Social/Cultural Program:  Second, throughout the year, CCDC Big & Lil Sisters will be hosting a variety of social/cultural events open to the Junior Dancers and other FCC kids (this is separate from the Dance classes and performance).  This isn't as formal as the China Care Buddy Program.  If you wish to be on the contact list, please email Jeri (see above).

The Chinese Cultural Dance Club has performed and taught at the FCC-SoCal Heritage Celebrations and several of our children have participated in the program for many years.  Read more about the Club, see photos of rehearsals and learn about the history of the Junior Dance Program in the Spring 2011 CCDC Newsletter available on the CCDC website:

Click below to access the PDF document containing detailed information about the requirements for participation and the application/audition process to dance. If you have any difficulty opening the PDF attachment, please contact Jeri and she will do her best to provide the information in another format.

This is a courtesy posting only and does not constitute an endorsement by FCC-SoCal. This “SoCal Friends” activity is independent of FCC-SoCal. FCC-SoCal is not sponsoring, insuring or providing oversight for this program or event.