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Costume Info & Measurements
AT FOREST HILL DANCE
ALL DANCERS MUST MAKE ONE OF THESE TIMES - MANDATORY
Located at Forest Hill Activities Center. If your dancer has class the same night, either come early or wait until after class.
NO DANCER SHOULD MISS CLASS TO BE MEASURED.
Have your dancer wear their ballet attire for measurements.
If you cannot make this measurement date you will responsible for measuring your dancer yourself and will take the responsibility to do any necessary alternations if your dancer's costume(s) do not fit properly. You will need to contact our Costume Coordinator as soon as possible if you anticipate you will miss this date. We will be placing our costume orders the first week in December.
You will receive a Costume Policy by email and you can find the Costume Policy on our web page under the about us section.
Once your dancer has been measured for a costume you are responsible for paying for that costume - no exceptions. If you have not paid your class tuition or set up a payment plan, your dancer will not be measured for a costume.
(Creative Movement and Pre-Ballet dancers do not need to attend. There will be an in-studio performance for these classes.)
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AT FOREST HILL DANCE
TRY ON COSTUMES IMMEDIATELY.
Costumes should be tried on prior to leaving Costume Pick-Up night. We will allow the girls to change behind closed doors but not in the bathroom as we are not the only ones to use the facility that night. YOU MUST WEAR YOUR NUDE LEOTARD OR REGULAR DANCE LEOTARD TO TRY ON COSTUMES. This way we can address any problem right away.
Tuition Payments must be paid in full to pickup your costumes.
Dancer will need to bring their entire costume to the NEXT Dance class for the instructors to see.
When you arrive home:
After you try on costume and there are no fitting issues, you need to label All pieces and shoes with your child’s name . Costumes should be in a bag or on a hanger. Tutus can be hung upside down on a hanger, by the crotch, to allow the wrinkles to fall out. Hanging the costume in the bathroom during a steamy shower or using a garment steamer will assist with this as well.
Tutus can NOT be ironed!
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