Imagine if you could play a small part in helping make the dreams of local dancers come true. Well, guess what? You totally can!

We just recently found out that some of the crew from Studio One For Dancers in Oakland, Maine, have been presented with the opportunity to travel to New York City to dance with THE Rockettes at the world-renowned Radio City Music Hall.

Radio City Music Hall, which was originally constructed to be the Metropolitan Opera House, opened the doors to its 5,960 seat concert venue back in 1932. As it is situated in midtown Manhattan and part of the massive Rockefeller Center, the venue has hosted thousands of world-famous acts over the years- including The Rockettes.

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Now it's time to help put some wonderfully talented Central Maine dancers on the map and help them achieve their dreams of dancing with The Rockettes. The Rockettes, according to Wiki, are an American precision dance company. Founded 1925 in St. Louis, they have, since 1932 (91 years ago), performed at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Until 2015, they also had a touring company. They are best known for starring in the Radio City Christmas Spectacular, an annual Christmas show, and for performing annually since 1957 at the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York.

So how can you help?

You can start by attending the Studio One For Dancers upcoming fundraiser at the Winslow VFW. The spaghetti dinner and silent auction will be taking place on Friday, September 29th, from 4-7p.

Tickets MUST be purchased in advance and are being sold for $15 a person or jusr $40 for a family of 4 ($5 for each family member after 4).

For tickets and info, call/text Heidi Hamel at 207-649-7824, or message the Studio Once For Dancers Facebook page.

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