Registration is now open for January 2018 dance classes! Dancers aged 2 to adult are welcome. No experience is required and you do not have to be Ukrainian!
We ask that new and returning students pre-register for January classes by completing the registration form and emailing it to [email protected] or by calling 705.698.9338!
Classes are offered both on Monday and Thursday nights. Dancers have the option of dancing either night, or both nights!
Classes resume the week of January 15, 2018.
Veselka is excited to welcome back Carolle Mageau who will be working with our dancers 10 years of age and older through monthly offerings of ballet workshops. We encourage all applicable dancers to register and attend these workshops to work on their core, basic dance technique, flexibility, and of course, dance knowledge! Dancers can take part in these additional classes for just $10/workshop.
For more information on our groups, registration, policies, etc. please see our FAQ and documents page.
Classes are free for members of the Ukrainian National Federation and low-cost for non-members ($25 per dancer) with a volunteer commitment!
Veselka - the Ukrainian word for rainbow defines in one word the colorful display of artistry that is the Veselka School of Ukrainian Dance. The school was established in 1933 by the Ukrainian National Federation, Sudbury Branch. That early spirit of Veselka thrives today and we are proudly heading into our 85th dance season in September 2017!
Our students continue to learn the basic steps of Ukrainian dance from each of the distinct regions of Ukraine. Through fundraising efforts and with the support of the Dnipro/Veselka Educational and Cultural Society, the Veselka School of Ukrainian Dance has had the opportunity to purchase and create beautiful, authentic costumes and has built a large inventory of costumes representing each unique region.
The goal of the Veselka School of Ukrainian Dance is to teach Ukrainian dance in a fashion that promotes fun, new friendships, and a unique learning environment that ultimately helps keep the Ukrainian heritage alive in the City of Greater Sudbury and beyond.
The school is hosted by the Ukrainian National Federation which "was established as one of the first non-religious or political organizations for the purpose of uniting Ukrainian-Canadians with a common goal of promoting Ukrainian culture, education and to keep the Ukrainian spirit alive beyond the borders of Ukraine". (www.unfcanada.ca)
Anyone interested in learning to dance is welcome to join our dance school. You do not have to be Ukrainian...you just have to enjoy the Ukrainian culture and all it has to offer!