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Weyburn dance studios record #SKdancestogether videos

Dancers from De Tricky Feet Dance Studio and Marley's Dance Effex gathered their dancers over the weekend, to record their #SKdancestogether videos.

WEYBURN - Two dance studios gathered their young dancers to record their #SKdancestogether videos during the weekend. Dancers from De Tricky Feet Dance Studio braved the cold and windy weather on Saturday to perform the choreographed piece at River Park. Dancers from Marley's Dance Effex gathered in the brand new Credit Union Spark Centre on Sunday to peform their video on turf of the Mainil Field.

#SKdancestogether came out of discussion with dance educators within our province as an opportunity to celebrate dance and connect across the province. They wanted to find a way to bring dance “Top of Mind” to people throughout the province as recognition for continuing to provide a stable, safe environment to our students, and highlighting what an amazing dance community we have in Saskatchewan.

Dancers from across the province will “come together” to perform a piece of choreography highlighting the joy of dance on Wednesday, Oct. 27. Videos will be shared on social media from approximately 120 different dance studios across the province to celebrate as a united dance community.

Dee Tricky Feet displayed the provincial flags for their performance, while Marley's Dance Effex wore the provincial colours of green and yellow, and featured balloons of the same colour, to show their love of dance and love of Saskatchewan.