Dancer and actress Alyson Stoner to conduct master classes with fans in Lake Elsinore


Last updated 11/16/2017 at Noon

LAKE ELSINORE – The Find Your Voice Center, operated by the Jennifer Smart Foundation at the Outlets at Lake Elsinore, welcomes actress, singer and dancer Alyson Stoner for a day meeting and dancing with fans, Nov. 18.

The charity event will begin with Stoner teaching two hip-hop master classes, one for beginners and one for intermediate and advanced level dancers. Participants will join Stoner for a lunch and a question and answer session, which is also open to non-dancing fans. Those wishing to meet Stoner without taking a class or a meal, can attend the autograph session at the close of the afternoon.

Stoner has agreed to donate her time to the fundraiser, which will benefit the Find Your Voice Center in Lake Elsinore and her own charity, I Pour Life. A limited number of tickets are available at four different donation levels.

Guests who donate $200 will be invited to attend both master classes, lunch and the question and answer session.

Those who donate $150 can attend one master class, lunch and the question and answer session.

For a $50 donation, guest can join the group for lunch and the question and answer session only or for $20, they will be welcome to attend the meet and greet only.

Tickets and more details about the event are available at The Jennifer Smart Foundation can also be reached by email at [email protected] and by phone at (951) 395-1017.

Stoner’s acting credits include Disney Channel’s “The Suite Life of Zack and Cody,” “Camp Rock,” “Camp Rock 2” and “Phineas and Ferb,” as well as feature films like “Cheaper by the Dozen” and three of the “Step Up” movies.

A talented dancer and choreographer, she was featured in the music video for Missy Elliott’s “Work It” at just 9 years old.

She can be found teaching hip-hop master classes in Hollywood, releasing new music as an independent artist and posting videos of cover songs featuring her own choreography.

Stoner recently won Best Dance Performance at the seventh annual Streamy Awards.

More information can be obtained at

At the Find Your Voice center, located in the Outlets at Lake Elsinore, children and teens can attend workshops that help improve communication skills and self esteem.

They have fun creating their own radio programs, while receiving coaching on effective ways to share their messages.

They are encouraged to share their interests, passions and causes they support, using the program as an outlet to spread positive messages and get others involved.

Individuals and businesses are invited to sponsor Find Your Voice children, so the program can be offered to all children and teens, regardless of their financial situation.

Video workshops for children through adults are coming soon.

More information can be obtained at

The I Pour Life nonprofit organization provides a hand up, not a hand out, for self-sufficiency both locally and globally. They focus on improving the most critical communities and populations in the areas they serve. They work in the public sector, partnering with local governments, schools, churches and like-minded organizations to bring sustainable change to individuals, families and communities across the globe. More information can be obtained at Stoner is a goodwill partner with I Pour Life.

linkJennifer Smart, 21, founder of the charity and a child broadcaster, established the foundation to help children and the causes they care about. The philosophy of the organization is that all children should have a voice, and the messages they share can be life-changing, both for themselves and those they reach. Through the Find Your Voice program, the foundation shares children’s messages with a broader audience, locally on 101.7 FM KJNi-LP and worldwide at and through the free JENNiRADIO iOS app.


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