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Children’s Dance Festival at the Dance Complex

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The Dance Complex is 20 in 2011
Twenty years ago, a bunch of dancers took over the abandoned Odd Fellows Hall in Cambridge’s Central Square.  They now own the repaired and refurbished historic building with six beautiful studios and call it The Dance Complex.
As part of their fall birthday celebrations, the Dance Complex is hosting a Children’s Dance Festival on Sunday 16 October from 1:00-3:00pm.
For children with their guardians) ages 6-18, there will be  20-minute mini-classes. Taught by the faculty of the children’s classes there will be introductions to: ballet; tap; Duncan dance; Flamenco; Break Dancing. Following the classes, there will be a short, informal performances from the classes at the Dance Complex.
After the class, teachers will answer questions and provide information about how the classes are run at The Dance Complex.
No reservations are needed. Just bring a pair on NON-street shoes for dancing. A donation of $5 per non-enrolled  family is requested.  Consider it a birthday gift for The Dance Complex. Please share this event with all your friends!
The Dance Complex is the Central Square stop on the Red Line.
536 Mass Ave, Cambridge 02139 617.547.9363
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