The Girl Guides Headquarters at Pax Hill will be transformed on Saturday, March 9, 2013 between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. to a day full of dance, entertainment, workshops and displays when it holds its inaugural Dance-O-Rama fundraising event. Organisers are describing it as a rally, dance showcase and dance audition that the general public will enjoy.
Rallies in Girl Guides are filled with loads of activities, workshops and booths with exciting attractions that all age groups can participate in and experience.
At Dance-O-Rama a smaller version of this action will take place. There will be 10-minute workshops available for patrons to experience. Among these will be Make-Up Sessions by Jolie Lipsticks, the Card Factory and brooch-making to name a few. Other activities include the Venezuelan experience, information booths, face-painting and other surprises will also be in store.
From 2 o’clock the evening will escalate with the dance showcase and auditions, which will provide an opportunity for individuals and groups within the Girl Guides Association of Barbados to audition with their creative dance routines in front of a panel of professional local choreographers.
Successful dancers will be eligible to be part of the dance segments in the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the 95th International Camp being held in July this year. Traditional drummers, cheerleaders and entertainment will also be featured at this time.
Of course the day will not be complete without the music, which will be provided by BARD Int’l all day.
This event is open to the public for a nominal entry fee of $5 adults and $3 children. All funds raised will go to the Association’s 95th Anniversary International Camp in July 2013.
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