A no-snow day lets art flourish

Students worked on a new dance with teacher Ben Coulter. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

LAKEVILLE — The annual Arts Day for Region One fourth–grade students — held at The Hotchkiss School on Wednesday, March 14 — went forward despite Mother Nature’s best efforts to force a snow cancellation.

A percussion group, Ginga Brasileira, opened the event with a dynamic performance.

And then it was off to the workshops.

Amber Cameron worked with young dancers in the faculty lounge, on an excerpt from “Cats.”

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