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Solos/Duets/Triplets Session 1 Wednesdays

Wednesday, September 21, 2016 @ 5:00 PM (EDT) - Wednesday, October 26, 2016 @ 5:45 PM (EDT)
Greenwood Children's Center 231 Maple Road LongmeadowMA  01106
Wednesday, September 21, 2016 @ 5:00 PM (EDT) - Wednesday, October 26, 2016 @ 5:45 PM (EDT)
Greenwood Children's Center 231 Maple Road LongmeadowMA  01106

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In this comfortable and encouraging environment the instructor is able to discover and strengthen your dancer?s individual weaknesses, promote their strengths and help them reach their personal dance goals. Private lessons are available for solo dancers, duets or triplets looking for more focused instruction in a specific style of dance. Dancers must be enrolled in a full year class to sign up for a solo/duet/triplet session.Attire: Leotard any style and color, tights any color, appropriate shoes based on focused style of dance. Instructor: Jessica Downie


In this comfortable and encouraging environment the instructor is able to discover and strengthen your dancer's individual weaknesses, promote their strengths and help them reach their personal dance goals. Private lessons are available for solo dancers, duets or triplets looking for more focused instruction in a specific style of dance. Dancers must be enrolled in a full year class to sign up for a solo/duet/triplet session.Attire: Leotard any style and color, tights any color, appropriate shoes based on focused style of dance. Instructor: Jessica Downie

Location

GW Community Room at Greenwood Children's Center

Instructor

Jessica Downie

Organizer Info

  • Longmeadow Parks and Recreation Department

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