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Dancing and moving all winter long

The Parents’ Voice’s Cooperative Movements for Caregivers and Tots program returned on Monday to the Shawville Lions Hall, featuring 45 minutes of workout aimed at teaching a variety of skills to young children. Pictured, Marie-Josée Corriveau leads the class in their warm-up.

Donald Teuma-Castelletti
SHAWVILLE Jan. 14, 2019
While there’s plenty of winter still to come, the Parents’ Voice Shawville has the solution for children and parents keeping warm this year and it involves lots of dancing.
That’s because they’ve brought back their Cooperative Movement for Caregivers and Tots program for the next six weeks, where guests get the chance to jump, sing, move and shake it all out in a series of classes led by the Corriveau School of Dance’s Marie-Josée Corriveau.

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