FAIR HAVEN – Kick Dance Studios invites families from across Monmouth County to attend “Kick for a Cause” from 12:30 to 2 p.m. and 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. Sunday, March 10, at the Two River Theater, 21 Bridge Ave., Red Bank.
All ticket sales will be donated to the Monmouth Beach Elementary School PTO to purchase books, supplies and school equipment damaged because of Super Storm Sandy.
Approximately 310 children from Monmouth Beach Elementary School remain displaced by Super Storm Sandy and currently attend classes at host schools: Wolfe Hill School in Oceanport for pre-K through kindergarten, Betty McElmon School in West Long Branch for grades 1 to 3, Frank Antonides School in West Long Branch for grade 4 and Shore Regional High School in Long Branch for grades 5 to 8.
More than 150 boys and girls, ages 5-17, from the Kick Dance Studios will showcase their talent during a variety of ballet, tap, hip-hop, contemporary and Broadway-style dance performances.
The show-stopping action will be followed by a special showing of big-screen cartoons created by the young producers of the Emmy-Winning Small Factory Productions Studio of Fair Haven. Throughout the day, Monmouth Beach Elementary School students will sell concessions to raise additional funds for the school restoration.
General admission is $15 per adult/child with tickets being sold at the door and online at www.kickdancestudios.com. Children younger than 1 are free. Doors will open at noon.
Gift card donations to Staples, Target and Barnes & Noble are also greatly appreciated. Donations can also be mailed to attention: Pam Ruoff, PTO president, Monmouth Beach Elementary School, 14 Cottage Road, Monmouth Beach, NJ 07750. Additional information is available by calling 732-212-1322 or visiting www.kickstudio.com.
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