|Weiss-Blau Bayern Junior Dancers|
Guests at this year’s get-together were Concordia Club’s "Alpine Junior Dancers" and the Enzian Junior Dancers from Kitchener, the Youth Dancers and "Funkenmariechen" from the Loreley Club in Oshawa, the Shiamak’s Indo Jazz Dance Movement, Mississauga, the Cracovia Polish Dance Ensemble, Brampton, the Macedonian Folklore Ensemble Ilinden, Mississauga, and the Woodgate School of Irish Dance from Brampton.
|Shiamak's Indo Jazz Dance Movement - Mississauga|
|The instructor or mirror of enthusiasm
|Concordia Enzian Junior Schuhplattler Verein - Kitchener|
|Macedonian Folklore Ensemble Ilinden - Mississauga|
|Cracovia Polish Dance Ensemble - Brampton|
|Alpine Junior Dancers - Kitchener|
|K.G. Loreley Youth Dancers - Oshawa|
It was magnificent and heart-warming to observe the fervour and enthusiasm demonstrated at each of the various performances. The outstanding costumes added significantly to the colour of this occasion. This – plus the proficiency on the dance floor - was not lost on the large audience and often rewarded with extensive applause.
At the end of the event – and long awaited by the youngsters – came the Piñata game.
The kids formed a large circle on the floor and the Piñata was lowered in the centre. A number of youngsters from the circle were selected, blindfolded and given a stick to try to knock the Piñata down to free the candy it contained. Needless to say it took many tries and some frustrations to finally end this adventure to the delight of the kids scrambling for the goodies.
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