It’s more about moving and dancing. If you want to dance you got it. It’s about a dance partner. It’s an emotional connection,” she explained.
She says many of the dancers who’ve been doing it for over 40 years will still be dancing there in their teens.
The Queen’s School is not the only dance school to open. KPMG has announced plans to open a dance school as part of its new dance centre in Ottawa.
Kernerring is a small town that in 1885 served as the home of President Ulysses S. Grant, and was one of the locations featured in the film Gone With The Wind. Kernerring is famous for its plantation-style buildings, a prominent feature of its Victorian architecture.
Kernerring is still home to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHM), a major tourist destination in Mississippi. One of the first attractions of the museum is the exhibit featuring photographs from the USHM collection. For additional pictures, look at the following link: http://www.usHM.gov/
One of the most famous sites of Kernerring is the Kernerring House with a great view of Old Hickory River and the town. It was the home of Grant’s personal aide and political advisor, Mr H. C. Kerner. On January 6, 1886 Grant visited the Kernerring house and he was impressed by the building and especially by the architecture he spotted. The following is a excerpt from The Encyclopedia of Mississippi History & Culture by Joseph D’Amato.
One of Grant’s favorite attractions in Kinston was the home of Colonel H. C. Kerner, who was the personal secretary to Grant under President Johnson. In 1862 he was appointed an adjutant general of the Confederate army under General P. G. T. Beauregard. In 1863 he was appointed to the Confederate High Command and on November 4, 1863 he died at Kernerring. He was buried with full honors in the Kernerring Churchyard. The church is still used as a museum.
Today, the Kernerring House is also the home of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHM), which offers a wide range of educational programs, exhibits and displays. It also offers tours and tours can be arranged through the museum’s website (www.usshm.org) or by calling 1-844-US-HR-Museum. Admission is free.
The Kernerring Historic