Spring event for Bluff Elementary
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Bluff Elementary students will perform dances from Mexico and the Polynesian islands on Thursday, April 21 at 5:30 p.m. at Whitehorse High School in Montezuma Creek.

Students are working with artists-in-residence Monica Gomez-Rogerson and Sal Jansson, learning to dance, sing, play instruments, and make costumes and props.

Admission is $2 for adults, $1 for children 2 to 12. Kids 2 and under are free. Thanks to the Utah Division of Arts and Museums/Utah Arts Council.

Monica has taught Mexican Folkloric Dance for over ten years, including three years at Bluff Elementary. She is proud of her rich heritage, and in a positive way, promotes understanding and appreciation of her culture.

A Tongan, Sal Wolfgramm Jansson teaches dance, music, arts and crafts, stories and legends of the Polynesian islands. She has 20 years of choreography and costume experience.
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