Pleasanton Express photos by Sue Brown and Lisa Luna
Lots of folks came out for the grand opening of Texas Dance Culture Performing Arts Studio last Saturday, September 30. It is conveniently located at 401 Zanderson in Jourdanton, across from Jourdanton High School. The open house visitors were also treated to refreshments. Left to right are several new members who joined that day as well as Irma Sanchez (left) and Jourdanton Chamber of Commerce members Dorothy Manning, Karen Rakowitz, Jeanette Harrison, Courtney Singer, Pastor Pat Zepeda, Danelle and Michael Pascarella, Ava Martinez, Genafe Martinez, co-owner; Lucinda Vickers, Atascosa County Attorney; Bob Hurley, Atascosa County Judge; Ben and Daphne Boyd, AJ Mendez, Grace Martinez, Tony Martinez, co-owner; Gloria Martinez, Cheyenne Boyd, Jack Harrison (Jourdanton Chamber president), Brianna Herrera, Clarissa Guerra, June Bates, Corina Solano, Veronica Garcia, Alex Solano, AJ Solano, Diane Garcia, Vesper and Aayden Garza and Felicita Ramirez.
This location is equipped with four separate studios. Studio A is utilized for music lessons, while Studio B is covered Marley flooring and is used for smaller-sized dance classes. Studio C boasts a custom-made, state-of-the-art, hybrid floating and wood-sprung, Marley dance floor. Studio D is Solano’s Sweat Box.
Texas Dance Culture Performing Arts Studio aims to impact our community in a dynamic and meaningful way. Their vision is to be a haven where students grow a passion for the arts. Their goal is to expose students to various forms of dance and music, and train them well while providing parents and guardians with a pleasant, family-oriented atmosphere. We wholeheartedly invite you to experience this studio that looks forward to inspiring and serving our community. For more information, call 830-770-0095.