It is with great joy that we announce that our very own Siobhan Fleury has passed her TCRG exam and is now a certified Irish Dance Teacher! We are so happy to have you as part of our team and are excited to work with you in the coming years. Congratulations Siobhan!!!
Dear Parents and students
Trilllium Academy wishes everyone a Merry Christmas and hopes their holiday season is restful.
Sunday, December 10 to Friday, January 5, 2018 for the Christmas Break, with the exception of some Saturday classes. The missed class on November 25 will be made up on December 16. Adv Beg 10:15, Prelim 11:30, OPW 1:30 and Novice 3:00.
Good luck to all competing at Feile Nollaig December 9th.
Trillium Academy is hosting: Shoe day and registration Saturday August 26 from 9:30 am to 11:30 am 1550 Chatelain Ave, 2nd floor.
Come register for class and find the shoes and dance outfit that are right for you.
Shoes for each level:
Beginners: Irish dance soft shoes and Irish dance socks.
All other levels: Irish dance soft shoes and hard shoes and Irish dance socks.
Costumes for all levels:
Beginners do not need a school costume for their first year. Parents may be asked to provide special clothing for any performances. All other levels – a school costume or solo dress is required for shows and competitions.
What to wear and bring to dance class:
Dancers should wear stretchy shorts, a t-shirt or tanktop. Please no jean shorts, long pants, or bulky dresses. Arrive a few minutes early to get ready. Make sure you have your water bottle and proper dance shoes. Longer hair should be tied back.
The teachers are looking forward to starting our new dance year.
Go Trilllium ☘
It is with excitement we announce that approximately 30 Trillium Irish dancers will be performing on July 1st on Parliament Hill as part of Canada’s 150th celebrations. Trillium Irish dancers will be featured as a part of the evening show which starts at 7pm.
The show will be televised and livestreamed. Trillium dancers will be performing shortly before Canadian musicians Gordon Lightfoot and Serena Ryder.
Participating in this type of show is an honour and requires quite a commitment on the part of the dancers and parents. We are very proud of our Trillium dancers and we will be cheering them as they perform in Canada’s biggest celebration of the year.
Great memories girls and boys!