On April 22, kids will take to the dance floor at the Brown Palace Hotel to show off their fox trot and waltz skills at the Cotillion for Children, a longtime Colorado-based program that teaches children about manners, etiquette, and social skills.
It’s a day of self-esteem building, garnished with tea and cakes in Denver’s historic Brown Palace Hotel. Debra Gano, CEO of Be Your Own You, will lead you and your daughter in this half-day workshop on techniques for maintaining positive self-image. Aside from the confidence boost, participants get a dose of etiquette with a side of afternoon tea.
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