Diana’s Dance Company Selected as Menifee’s December Business Spotlight

MENIFEE, CA – The City of Menifee is thrilled to announce “Diana’s Dance Company” as the City’s
December Business Spotlight, a program that is a part of the Economic Development Department’s B3
(Building Better Businesses) program.

Diana’s Dance Company was established in the 1980s, with ownership of the studio changing hands in
1997 when Diana Snow took over. Recognizing the positive impact the studio had on the dancers, their
families, and the community, Diana Snow was determined to carry on her passion for dancing. She
places high importance on the quality of movement behind their dance techniques. For Diana, dance is
not just about executing the correct technique, but also about connecting with the audience and
expressing oneself through movement. She believes that the body is a powerful tool for communication
and uses it to convey a wide range of emotions, from joy and love to pain and sorrow.

Diana’s Dance Company offers an array of classes, available six days a week, featuring contemporary,
hip-hop, tap, jazz, ballet, and technique. Diana’s Dance Company comprises a well-rounded team of ten
instructors who offer classes to children as young as nine months old to those up to eighteen years of
age. Over the years, Diana has witnessed former dancers return with their families, representing a full
circle moment that demonstrates Diana’s Dance Company’s legacy. In addition to its regular dance
classes, Diana’s Dance Company features a performance team of 23 members who perform at
Menifee’s local events and also has a competition team that participates in regional and national dance

“Diana’s Dance Company is more than just a dance studio, it’s a community where members grow up
together,” said Mayor Pro Tem Bob Karwin. “Diana’s Dance Company makes a difference in Menifee
by giving back through community events and outreach programs. It’s inspiring to see the long-standing
impact they continue to have on our community.”

Diana finds fulfillment in both music and working with children. Her studio serves as a vessel, allowing
her to connect with her students while also providing them with the opportunity to engage with the
Menifee community. Diana’s dance program has made a lasting impression in Menifee, including
participation in Menifee’s Relay for Life event and their annual Dancers Against Cancer (DAC)
fundraiser. Each October, the studio raises funds by selling t-shirts for DAC, which provides financial
assistance and inspiration to dance educators, choreographers, dancers, and their families who have
been impacted by cancer. Diana’s Dance also co-hosts a “Spread the Joy” toy and food drive collecting
unwrapped toys, non-perishable food items, or canned food to spread some joy. Residents are invited
to join them this year on Friday, December 8 from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m., as they will feature classic cars,
Santa’s workshop, food, and an opportunity to take pictures with Santa.