P1499 for a Hawaiian & Hula Dance Workshop for Kids at TWINKLE TOES Academy Quezon City (valued at P3500)
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The Fine Print
Summer Class Schedule is Sat 4-5pm and Sunday 11-12noon.
You may use your vouchers anytime during summer, but if you would like to join the performance for summer recital it’s recommended you attend all sessions.
• This is a split payment voucher
Pay the 500 pesos now and pay the remaining 999 pesos once you use your voucher at Twinkle Toes.
•If you dont have a credit card you may pay through BPI BDO OR GCASH.
• Voucher is Valid at TWINKLE TOES BALLET and MUSIC Academy, Commonwealth Fairview Quezon City
• Voucher is valid for 3 months.
• Standard Pinoy Vouchers Terms:
• Voucher is transferable and may be given as gift.
• Price is inclusive of all service charge and VAT.
• No cash back or credit (non-refundable) for any unused amount.
• Voucher cannot be used in conjunction with any discount card or promotion.
• Store operating hours: 10AM TO 9PM Monday to Sunday
• Reservation is required. Cancellations must be made a day before the set appointment. Clients who don’t show up for their scheduled appointments will have their voucher/s forfeited.
• For reservations and inquries, please contact 09175460515 / 4349928
We ACCEPT PAYMENTS THROUGH PAYPAL, GCASH, BDO BANK DEPOSIT, BPI BANK DEPOSIT, OR PAY AT OUR OFFICE AT UNIT 1 CASA MILAN COMMERCIAL BLDG COMMONWEALTH FAIRVIEW QUEZON CITY LANDMARKS (JUST BESIDE KOWLOON HOUSE and IN front of ELYONGS RESTAURANT) Along main road of Fairview Commonwealth.
• Voucher can be used for 6 Sessions of Hawaiian & Hula Dance Workshop. Classes are open for all Ages
•Build your child’s confidence – They will perform On Stage at a Dance Recital after the Workshop. Performance is either at the Meralco Theater or Ateneo Irwin Theater or UP Aldaba Hall
• Give your child a gift to experience expression of music through dance.
• This is a one of a kind unique summer dance workshop which is now rare, Twinkle Toes is now the only school offering Hawaiian Dance Classes, most schools offer other dances and the Art of Dancing Hawaiian is almost forgotten by the new generation. Let your child enjoy this one of a kind experience.
• Every movement in hula has a specific meaning, and every expression of the dancer’s hands has great significance. The movements of a dancer’s body might represent certain plants and animals.
• Educate your child with the culture of Hawaii, let them learn to appreciate unique cultures through dance.