Cotillion Schedule

2019-20 Schedule

Goldsboro | Dress Code


Walnut Creek Country Club Ballroom | 508 Lake Shore Drive, Goldsboro, North Carolina
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Date Dress Code Grade 5 Grades       6, 7 & 8
Friday, October 4, 2019 Nice Casual 6:00-7:30 8:00-9:30
Friday, October 25, 2019 Nice Casual 6:00-7:30 8:00-9:30
Friday, November 22, 2019
(Please bring pet food for community donation)
Nice Casual 6:00-7:30 8:00-9:30
Thursday, December 19, 2019  Holly Ball
(Professional photographer on site)
Semi-Formal 6:00-7:30 8:00-9:30
Friday, January 17, 2020
(DJ Dance Party- Cotillion students may register to bring one friend)
Casual 6:00-7:30 8:00-9:30
Friday, February 7, 2020
(Please bring paper products for community donation)
Nice Casual 6:00-7:30 8:00-9:30
Friday, March 6, 2020  Spring Ball
(Professional photographer on site; 5th grade parents invited to attend)
Semi-Formal 6:00-7:30 8:00-9:30
  • manners in motion

    “Mrs. Cherry, I hope this e-mail finds you well! I just wanted to tell you thank you for helping shape me into the person I am today through Cotillion. For eight years, I was involved in Cotillion and I loved every single minute of it. I recall memories of my days on that dance floor from time to time. As a college student, I am put in situations where those skills I learned through Cotillion have been a tremendous help and have even saved me from embarrassing moments at times. A few weeks ago, I attended a reception for a leadership program that I am participating in. When I arrived, we were told to write our names on name tags and then mingle with everyone there. Senators, Business Representatives, and NCSU Faculty were all in attendance. When I went to put the name tag on, I immediately placed it on my right side. I then started looking around and noticed that everyone else was divided when it came to placing their name tags. I think it was one of those situations where whoever got their name tag first placed it on the left side and then everyone followed behind. I know this is a simple example but I immediately thought of you and Cotillion. The lessons and values I learned have followed me and continue to be useful years after I finished serving as a marshal. Thank you again and I hope to see you soon!”

    ~ Bradley Glover