Winter Formal Includes Holiday Show at LPCA 

Northwood kicked off a final week before the holiday break with a festive formal dinner followed by student performances at the Lake Placid Center for the Arts. These performances were led by the Northwood Dancers and other students willing to show off their talents.

The night started out with an excellent dinner put on by the Northwood kitchen staff that incorporated many classic holiday dishes including roast ham and great desserts. This was Northwood’s third formal dinner of the year and was a great way to celebrate a return to relative normalcy after there were no such dinners held last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.  

After the dinner students, packed into school buses and headed over to the Lake Placid Center For the Arts where there was an array of different talents on display. Students took the leap of faith to perform individual acts in front of the crowd of students, faculty and parents. 

The highlight of the show was performances by the Northwood dance program that incorporated several different styles of dance. For many Northwood students, this was one of the first opportunity to see their classmates dance, and it was received with thunderous applause. 

“This was a great chance to see some of my classmates hidden talents. Definitely my favorite formal of the year,” Calem Tommy ’22 said.  The dinner and show sent the Northwood community off into vacation on a positive note.

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