Minding Your Manners at Home
The program tuition is $250.00 per student. Class sizes are limited.
Each class includes instruction in etiquette, dance and refreshments. The October class is the exception, with a tutorial meal focusing on table etiquette.
Workbooks are given to students at the first class. Each month, a Minding Your Manners at Home Challenge encourages them to practice the skills they learned in class.
Dress Code is an important aspect teaching respect for each other, for the host/ hostess and the shared values of our culture.
Ladies wear dresses or skirts of a modest length. Bare shoulder should be covered with a wrap. Pants, gauchos, leggings, etc. are not appropriate. (white gloves are optional)
Gentlemen wear traditional suits or sport coat and tie. Both ladies and gentlemen wear dress shoes appropriate for dancing (no athletic shoes, flip-flops or backless shoes).
The Graduation Ball is semi-formal.
Many of the skills we teach are universal (dining etiquette, introductions, etc.) and some are traditional gentlemen/lady roles (dress code, forms of address, dance courtesy).
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