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Find your inner sass through dance

Join the Army of Sass in Kelowna this summer to learn some sassy moves

Feeling sassy this summer?

Army of Sass Kelowna presents four days of smiling, sweating and dancing called An Epic Summer of Sass from Aug. 30 to Sept. 2.

Sassy instructors from across the Okanagan will lead classes in heels dance, show girl, burlesque, street diva heels, AOS drills, and more. A catered lunch will be provided on Saturday and a VIP party Saturday night to end off the week.

The Epic Summer of Sass allows one to enter a space where the simplest moments are magical, everyone is celebrated, and laughter is the affirmation of the extraordinary, according to an AOS release.

Visit the AOS website for details.

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