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HoopDance for Beginners


with Patricia Hayes

Calendar Feb 6, 2018 at 7 pm, runs for 4 weeks

This 4-week fitness class will introduce you to HoopDance, a fun, low-impact cardiovascular workout. You'll improve your flexibility, balance and self image.

Hoops are provided to students for this class or you can purchase one from the instructor.

Other sessions will be added if there is enough interest.


Intermediate Tap Dance Fun
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Intermediate Tap Dance Fun

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with Raechelle Edmiston-Cyr

Calendar Jan 29, 2018 at 7:15 pm, runs for 6 weeks

Break out your old tap shoes and get some exercise with us in this ongoing class. This class is designed for those who know the basics of tap and would like to practice and build their skills. We will start by practicing skills to some of your favorite songs and then we’ll work to learn more complex dance numbers set to classics and contemporary songs. Have fun and exercise while building and maintaining your tap skills.

If you want to pay $4.00 as a drop in fee per night, call us (866-4119) to register for this course instead of using this online portal.

Tap Dancing for Beginners


with Raechelle Edmiston-Cyr

Calendar Feb 5, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 6 weeks

Tap dancing is a great way to build strength and flexibility. In this fun, 6-week class, you’ll start by finding the beat of a song and

moving your feet rhythmically. You’ll then move on to learning basic tap moves and combinations. Tap shoes are encouraged, but not necessary to begin. You’ll get a great cardio workout while learning how to dance from an experienced instructor.


Ukulele 101 - Orono


with Alexander Karris

Calendar Jan 22, 2018 at 6 pm, runs for 5 weeks

This 5-week introductory level course covers topics such as: ukulele anatomy, tuning, elementary music theory, basic chords and strumming patterns.

Contact our office (866-4119) for information about purchasing a ukulele if you need one.

You should bring to class a pen, notebook, and a folder to store music sheets.


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