Micaiah’s Studio of Ballet perform July 7 in Valley City park

A freewill offering is taken each night for the continued support of the City Park Bandshell.

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Micaiah’s Studio of Ballet will perform at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, July 7, for the Music in the City Park Bandshell series in Valley City. Photo courtesy Diane Hochhalter / Special to The Sun

Returning to the City Park Bandshell at 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, July 7, is Micaiah’s Studio of Ballet working in cooperation with Dare to Create Foundation of the Arts, Bridges Art Council and the Valley City Public Library to put on a performance and art show.

This week as part of the 25-year anniversary of Music in the City Park Bandshell, George Dutton of Dutton’s Valley Photography will be recognized for his contributions to the arts and music in Valley City and the surrounding communities.

The park performance will comprise of original choreography from students of MSB, "A Fractured Fairytale," performed by summer program students and a few dance pieces from MSB Film Project "Breaking Forward." There will be a student art gala to visit before or after the performances, as well as merchandise and flowers for purchase.

Micaiah Lausche has been a dance instructor since she was 16 and started running her own dance program by 19. She launched Micaiah’s Studio of Ballet and LivFit Fitness in Valley City in 2014. Her studio is located at 316 Central Ave. N. MSB offers classes that cover all ages and interests from personal fitness to choreographed dances and leadership programs.


A freewill offering is taken each night for the continued support of the City Park Bandshell. In case of inclement weather, the program will be moved to the Valley City State University Froemke Music Building.

Music in the Park is sponsored by the Valley City Parks & Recreation District, Bridges Arts Council and other businesses, organizations and individuals. For questions, call Diane at 701-845-3294, or email .

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