The Lakeside Dance Academy has rescheduled its annual Spring Dance Concert for 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, June 18 and 19, at the RFA Lakeside Theatre on Main Street in Rangeley.

The event was originally scheduled for April 3 and 4, according to a news release from the academy.

It will be an evening showcasing the work of more than 45 dancers of all ages and is sponsored by the Rangeley Friends of the Arts. Senior Lu Farmer will present her senior solo. The theme for the evening is Change,

The Lakeside Dance Academy Pre-School Creative Movement Class, front from left are Ellis Padungchai and Lydia O’Neil. Middle row from left are Sasha Hines, Kylie Quimby and Charlotte Wright. Back from left are Finn Loud, Skyler Thompson, Addyson Kennedy, Sarah Chaveree and Birch Orestis. Pippa Farrar is not pictured. Photo courtesy of the Lakeside Dance Academy

Dancers ranging in ability from beginner to advanced will perform in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop and en Pointe. In the Advanced level, the dancers include Angelica Chavaree-Woodward, Lauren Farmer, Charyssa Farris, Gracie Feeney, Averie Flewelling, Jacksyn Haley, Quincy Haley, Jessica House, Brooke Laliberte, Emmarae MacFawn, Elizabeth Robare, Anna Rose Ross, Ella Shaffer, Lily Shaffer, Raina Sherrer, Tessa Sherrer and Lily Webber.

The Intermediate level includes Michelle Cerminara, Piper Fargo, Jozee Feeney, Mya Gellman, Abigail Grant, Elyse Kennett, Mia Lynch, and Stella MacFawn.

The Beginner level includes Brooke Fotter, Aurora House, Joslyn Kennett, Addie Kneiser, Sarah Kate Murphy, Addisyn Quimby, Lily Stevens, Micaela Vryhof, Evelyn Vryhof and Morghan Webber.

The pre-school Creative Movement class includes the youngest dancers: Sarah Chavaree, Pippa Farrar, Sasha Hines, Finn Loud, Addyson Kennedy, Lydia O’Neil, Birch Orestis, Ellie Padungchai, Kylie Quimby, Skyler Thompson and Charlotte Wright.

The academy has been providing dance instruction in the Rangeley Region since 1986 under the Artistic Direction of Pam Ellis. Instructors also include Raina Sherrer and Lily Webber, both graduates of the academy. The Rangeley Friends of the Arts has provided support through the years via their Scholarship and Student Lessons Program.

There will be a reception to celebrate the dancers in the theater lobby after the concert each night.

Admission will cost $7 for adults and $3 for students 7-18 years old. Children 6 and younger will be admitted for free. Tickets will be available at the door; doors open at 6 p.m.

For more information, call 592-7427.

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