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Heather Babcock: Windermere Dance

heather babcock: Heather Babcock, a Windermere dance and drama teacher, told Star Metro the yearly celebration is a chance to bring together different countries' and cultures' love of dance, according to Toronto Star. A lot of these kids may struggle putting their emotions and feelings into words, she said in an interview, noting some performers are also involved with the dance competition program. Dressed in bright reds and blues, two classes totalling nearly 60 students between the ages of 14 and 18 offered a high-energy street-style performance before gathered crowd of passersby. When they're able to dance, it's stress relief. Article Continued Below The free event one of three sponsored by The Dance Centre this weekend was created by OURO Collective, who are the Dance Centre's members who blend street and contemporary dance styles. It gives them confidence. ( As reported in the news.