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Welcome!  Get ready for the BEST. SUMMER. EVER!

Here you'll find all the information for our 2024 Summer Sampler in one convenient place.  Please look through all the information and let us know if you have any questions.  Click HERE to email Megan, Glencastle's Beginner Coordinator, with questions.

How do I pay my dancer's class fee?

All registered families will be sent an invoice via Square from our owner, Bridget, to pay with a credit/debit card.  If you would prefer to pay via check or cash, please stop by our studio during our office/class hours, Monday-Thursday 4-8pm

Where is your studio located?

Our studio is located in Franklin, WI just past Hales Corners on 112th and Forest Home Avenue behind Menards.  Our studio is located on the north (left) side of the building, please look for our sign on the door.

What should my dancer wear/bring?


T-shirt or tank 
(No long sleeves, please)

Comfortable shorts or a skirt with shorts under
(No pants, please)

Clean sneakers OR soft ballet shoes/jazz shoes
with comfortable socks 
(No bare feet or sandals, please)

Hair pulled away from face

Water bottle



T-shirt or tank
(No long sleeves, please)

Comfortable shorts
(No pants, please)

Clean sneakers OR soft jazz shoes 
with comfortable socks (No bare feet or sandals, please)

Water bottle


I would like to register my dancer for your 2024/2025 
beginner program, how do I do that?

As registered Summer Sampler participants, you will receive first priority for spots in our 2 beginner classes that start in September.   Here is our class schedule, for your planning purposes.  Classes run September- June and cost $75 per month, per dancer.

Ages 3.5-5: Wednesdays from 4:45-5:45pm beginning Wednesday, September 11th.

Ages 6+: Wednesdays  from 6:00-7:00pm beginning Wednesday, September 11th.

All families are welcome to attend our Meet the Teacher night during their regularly scheduled class time on Wednesday, August 28th.

How is the Summer Sampler structured?

Our Summer Sampler sessions consist of  a variety of age-appropriate activities including:

Class warm-up

Instruction on Irish dance technique including posture and foot positions

Demonstration and teaching of basic Irish dance movements including skips, leaps, and the Irish jig

Irish culture lesson and activity

 Thursday, July 18th, we will showcase new skills for any interested attendees during the last 45 minutes of each session.  There will be a short recognition ceremony, as well.


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