The SCDC Performs at the Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, FL!
Wendy Calio who played “Nina” from the Disney Playhouse series Imagination Movers visited NHAPA as a guest artist.
NHAPA celebrates 50 years of dance education by inviting our extensive alumni community back to perform at our annual show.
After years of operating two locations, NHAPA razes the old Seabrook studio and sixteen weeks later, opens their new facility.
The SCDC & NHAPA celebrate the new millenium by appearing in Miami at the FEDEX Orange Bowl Halftime Show.
The SCDC appears to celebrate the Piscataqua Maritime Commissions tall ship visit. NHAPA opens a satellite studio in North Hampton.
Mrs. Patent is awarded the President’s Cup for overall high score and outstanding choreography at DEA Nationals in Las Vegas.
The SCDC performs “A Tribute to RiverDance” at the Portsmouth Music Hall with guest artists, Gergory Filler and Steve Schuch.
The SCDC is invited to perform at the 1996 Centennial Olympics in Atlanta.
After years of regular community performances like Yankee Homecoming, the SCDC attends their first dance competition.
NHAPA celebrates its 20th anniversary. Robyne graduates from Walnut Hill School of Performing Arts.
A new property in Seabrook is purchased and remodeled in a beautiful studio double the size of the previous space.
Mrs. Patent establishes the non-profit Seacoast Civic Dance Company to provide students performance opportunities and bring dance into the community.
Mrs. Patent establishes a dance program for the Hampton Recreation Department and choreographs the annual Winnacunnet High School musical.
The growing studio now offers classes to students age 3-18 and even has a small adult program.
The Patents renovate the space above their garage into a studio named “Marie Patent’s Dance Studio,” which opens in September.
Marie and four of her students, including Marie’s cousin Denise Dupuis, leave to perform at the World’s Fair in Montreal.
As word of the classes spreads and enrollment increases, the program is also offered in North Hampton, NH.
Marie Patent announces the start of dance classes to be held in Amesbury, Massachusetts at the Grange Hall.