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This is the only dance supplies store in town. They sell things for dance as well as figure skating. I don't know about the skating or gymnastics brands, but the dance brands available include Bloch, Capezio, Leo's, Angelo Luzio, Mondor, Danskin, GildaMarx, etc. Gaynor Minden is not available here.
If you're not interested in buying dance clothes, you can check out the posters on the door and near the entrance to see if there are any upcoming dance shows in town.
What to buy: Dance shoes, dance clothes (tights, leotards, and dance pants), dance-themed clothes and decorations, skating tights and costumes, little kid's tutus and costumes, etc.
What to pay: As any dancer knows, dance stuff is expensive. Usually around $20-30 for ballet slippers, $40 or more for jazz shoes, $60 and up for tap shoes (depending on quality), $10-20 for tights, $40-50 for jazz pants.
Updated Jan 31, 2006
Address: 100, Kent Street.
There are quite a few thrift stores in town. Value village is my favorite, but aside from that, there is also Froggie's, Frenchy's, and the Salvation Army Thrift Store.
What to buy: Second-hand clothes, shoes, accessories, costumes, books, toys, music, etc.
What to pay: Very cheap. Usually no more than $10 per item, depending on what the item is.
Written Oct 20, 2004
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