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Etiquette North Dallas is pleased to present: COTILLION NORTH DALLAS
    Kotil-yon. 1766 ad. French - The name of several dances, chiefly of French origin, consisting of a variety of steps.

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Our Cotillion program offers an extended version of our etiquette classes combined with dance instruction to offer middle school age participants useful information as they move into the more social years of their lives.  Preparation equals confidence and our sessions are designed to create self confidence in all social situations. The programs I teach are always informative, valuable, and of course entertaining. I believe it is critical to engage the participants in my program.  I find that if participants not only learn something, but also have fun at the same time, the benefits will be contagious.  My programs encourage excellence from the very first impression. 


Please contact me directly for more information on bringing this wonderful program to your school or organization!





Etiquette Lessons

Week I:First Impressions
Week II:Introductions
Week III:Grooming and Appearance
Week IV:Social Skills
Week V:Table Manners (Part 1)
Week VI:Table Manners (Part 2)
Week VII:Dinner and Dance






Dance Lessons

Etiquette Saint Louis partners with professional dance instructors to introduce traditional and current dances including the waltz, the salsa, swing dancing, and current line dances. Each child will receive a graduation certificate upon successful completion of the Cotillion.




 


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