Sunday, June 30th at Douglas County HS (Castle Rock, CO)
9am-4pm (Check-in starts at 8:30 AM)
NOTE: Camp is in an auxiliary building south from the main
campus and football field - See map and photo below.
Come learn, or refresh, dance and movement techniques and add to your repertoire. First timers and general public are welcome! Any other guard or dance group affiliation is welcome! This is an educational event focused on personal growth.
We will have multiple levels of instruction going simultaneously in multiple rooms – Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced. No matter your ability you will find a level suitable for you. Barres and mirrors are available for our use to aid instruction. We’re excited to use this facility.
For our youngest participants, we’ll have a MINIs track with both beginner dance classes and also a flag class just for them. Again – first timers and beginners are welcome.
Wear attire suitable for movement and dance. Mind the gaps! AKA – cleavage and plumber’s butt
Cash/check/credit or debit card for camp fee (if you did not prepay)
A small snack or two (We do provide lunch though).
Kneepads (if you can)
A friend to join you!
ANY QUESTIONS or concerns? – email Spin@MalachiWinterguard.org. Please use this email prior to registration if the participant is under 10 and not yet known by our staff.
And Please Pre-Pay using Paypal payment option is at the bottom of our Camp Info Page. Payments are accepted at the door. Cash, check or card. Cost is $25 if this is your first camp with us this summer. $20 if this is your second camp. $15 if you’ve been to at least two previous camps.
For directions use This Map Link.(Notice below that our classes are not in the main Douglas County HS building)
We don’t board our journey through life with feelings of hopelessness. Only persistent, ugly, experiences that cross our path lead us towards despair. Encounters with road rage; exposures to unpleasant social media and news reports; and perhaps coming face to face with bullying and brutality. These things stoke anger’s fire, and through it all, it would be easy to for us to accept that these destinations are normal and hope doesn’t exist. It’s easy to stop caring.Hopefully, we learn that our ticket is open-ended. That if we arrive at an unwanted station, we can choose to remain on-board and instead depart at more pleasant stations. Stations where we find beauty in nature; beauty in human accomplishments; beautiful acts of kindness; and also beautiful friendships. We can allow any of these to spark our soul. We can find breaks in despair and get an occasional peak at optimism. It may take longer than overnight, but we can set our destination towards hope and start a new journey; a transcendent journey.
“I’ve Seen it All” by Björk; “Hunter” by Björk;
Jennifer Carrasco, Krissy Lea, Lynn Graham, Jim Zimmerman, Lisa Cowden, Phraidra Reed, Kayla Kenyon
The 2015 Denver WGI Regional on March 7, 2015 was the first time Malachi has won a Regional Event in the history of the organization. Final score was 75.4 and is a solid foundation to build on for our trip to the championships in Dayton.