Performing Arts Classes

Culture Services offers a full slate of performing arts programs for preschoolers to older adults. Children and youth can discover their interests and talents in dance, music and drama in a friendly, non-competitive atmosphere with skilled, talented instructors.

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Classes are offered throughout the year and in great summer camps. Adults can explore various kinds of dance, music and theatre classes. Course offerings can change often, and our roster of talented, experienced instructors will help you develop your skills and enjoy the many benefits of being involved in the performing arts. Whether you are looking to unleash your creative potential, get some exercise, release stress or make some new friends, we have the program for you.

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Activity & Program Guide

This guide contains a list of aquatics, arts & culture, clubs, fitness and sports programs offered in Red Deer.

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Register in a Program - look n book

Register online for your program or activity through look n book. You can also book a City facility, such as a soccer field or group activity room.

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Culture Summer Camps

Choose from a variety of exciting visual, performing and literary arts camps throughout July and August for kids 4-17 years.

Want more information?

Community & Program Facilitator, Performing Arts
culturemailbox@reddeer.ca
403-406-8820

or check our facebook page

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