Craft sales support dancers’ dreamsCrafters are being sought to support young dancers and kids in Lake Nebagamon during two upcoming craft fairs.
Crafters are being sought to support young dancers and kids in Lake Nebagamon during two upcoming craft fairs.
Two groups of dancers from Dream Dance Academy of West Duluth are preparing to perform on a national stage.
Six dancers age 14 and older been invited to dance in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City and seven dancers ages 12 and older have been invited to perform during the halftime show at the Orange Bowl in Miami, Fla. on New Year’s Day.
“What a great opportunity for our children to represent the Northland in two famous events,” said Jackie Hunter, who is organizing a craft sale and home sale vendor show to help defray the cost of the trips.
Academy students hail from Superior, Maple, Duluth, Proctor and Hermantown.
The dancers have held pasta, cookie, wreath and candle sales as well as car washes to raise funds for the two trips. The craft and home sale show runs Oct. 27 at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church, 1924 Wyoming Ave., Superior. Any crafters or home sale vendors interested in taking part in the event can contact Hunter at 715-919-3136 or via email jackshunter@
Crafters’ reservations are now being accepted for the annual Kids In Nebagamon Craft Fair slated for Nov. 17, in the Lake Nebagamon Auditorium.
The popular show always draws many shoppers, said KIN representative Kay Coletta. To reserve a table or for information, contact Coletta, 11507 E. Waterfront Dr., Lake Nebagamon, WI 54849 or email email@example.com.