‘Cinderella for the libraries' will be performed

| 21 Feb 2012 | 10:47

    CENTRAL VALLEY - This weekend Donna Colombo, a long time Woodbury resident, along with her Studio 32 dance school will host a benefit for the Woodbury Public Libraries!  The show is called "Cinderella For The Libraries" and will be at the Central Valley Elementary School on Saturday and Sunday, June 26 and 27th at 4 p.m.  Proceeds will go to the two libraries in Woodbury to help fund the programs during the summer and fall seasons. "We all feel the need to give something back," and "our children deserve more reading experiences that are available for free."  That's why Studio 32 chose the libraries for this benefit.  "I myself have two children who use the library frequently and the risk of not having these programs would be detrimental to the learning process.  I'm really hoping our town will support this cause and come out an see our show." Studio 32 has been based in the Monroe-Woodbury area for years now, but recently purchased the old Sugarloaf Inn and will begin classes there in September.  A summer camp program including music, dance, drama, and art will take place Aug. 2-27.  For information on how to get tickets for Cinderella or school events call 300-2043 or email us at Donna@Studio32Dance.com