Thank you for making memories at The Children’s Ballet! Each year’s performance is a special time for our students, teachers and parents. This year, you may pre-order a variety of photos, as well as student tributes, performance DVDs and flowers.

Pre-order your photos before May 14 and save with our early-bird pricing!

New this year: Student Tributes! Publish a special note of encouragement for your student in the printed performance program of A Magical Lesson.

Coming up this Sunday

  • Our school trip to see Giselle performed by Butler Ballet at Clowes Hall
  • Danville Library Grand Opening performance by students of The Children’s Ballet

Summer Plans

Thanks, in part, to the generosity of Jerry Vornholt and the Downtown Danville Partnership we will begin our studio expansion project in early June. This means we will not have summer classes, but we will still be teaching and performing in the community through the summer. Miss Emily will be teaching a ballet class at GetRealInC’s summer camp in Avon, and some of our students will be performing at Play’nfield in the Park in July.

How to Help

Interested in getting involved? We are always looking for volunteers for the performances. Or serve on our Board of Directors! Our next meeting is Friday, May 5 at 6:30 pm at the studio. And if you are handy with a paint brush we could really use your help finishing the studio space this summer. Please contact me for more information on any of these opportunities.

Are you following us on Facebook? Watch for a fun giveaway next week as we start our countdown to the performances of A Magical Lesson on May 26 and 27. Don’t forget! Tickets go on sale May 1 at 8:00 am!


We serve students of all ages from Hendricks County and surrounding areas.

We are dedicated to providing high-quality dance instruction while helping students develop self-discipline, dedication, positive self-esteem, and an appreciation for the art of dance.

We value and nurture each student’s unique gifts of talent and creativity in a safe studio environment in order to educate, enrich, and inspire.