SPONSORED POST: Young ladies and gentlemen of Wellesley, the one and only Boston Assemblies requests the pleasure of your company at the Italo-American Club, where for over thirty years the youth of Wellesley have learned manners, proper introductions, and the social niceties of traditional dances such as the waltz and foxtrot.
Founder and certified etiquette consultant and dance professional Susan Cole, for one, couldn’t be more excited about returning to a place that has always meant so much to her. “If I could let families know only two things, it’s first of all how much I love doing this. Teaching dance and etiquette is my business, but it’s also my fun. I have always loved it. The second thing is how deeply committed I am to Wellesley, it’s a place I look forward to coming back to time after time.”
Cole cites her vast experience and continuous revamping of her curriculum as the secrets to her success. She says that one of the best parts of her class is knowing that as students learn and practice social etiquette, they are instilled with confidence, sensitivity, grace, and poise in social situations, now and in the future. “No matter the time period, parents are always aware that courtesy, kindness and respect are among the most overlooked elements of achieving success,” she says.
In response to this awareness, Boston Assemblies offers a fresh and fun approach to presenting the principles of etiquette. This approach, combined with the in-depth experience of the teachers, is what sets the classes apart. Boston Assemblies will hold classes at the Italo-American Club, located at 74 Pleasant St., opposite Sprague Elementary School. Registration is open for Fall 2018 classes for Grade 5. Sign up now — Boston Assemblies Social Dance is a standout childhood memory!
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Boston Assemblies is collaborating with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston to bring families, scout troops, and youth groups on curated tours to learn about social customs of the past. In addition, Social Savvy at the Table held at the Wellesley College Club polishes up the dining skills of children ages 9 – 12.
Learning and practicing social etiquette instills confidence, sensitivity, grace, and poise in social situations, now and in the future.