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Island Dance dancers Elli Madsen, Kianna Henny, Amy Arand, Melyssa Smith and Ari Abrahams practice moves for the upcoming fall classes. Register this week for dance training at Island Dance.  - Michael Stadler photo
Island Dance dancers Elli Madsen, Kianna Henny, Amy Arand, Melyssa Smith and Ari Abrahams practice moves for the upcoming fall classes. Register this week for dance training at Island Dance.
— image credit: Michael Stadler photo

Registration for fall classes at Island Dance continues this week. Island Dance offers all types of dance training to Whidbey Island residents, from toddlers to senior citizens, from classical to contemporary, from beginning to advanced.

The schedule is available at www.islanddanceandgymnastics.com.

Registration will occur from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 22 through Friday, Aug. 24 at the Ken’s Korner office.

Island Dance’s other big news is that it has a new location. It will move from Ken’s Korner Mall in Clinton to the historic brick building, Langley’s old high school, at Camano Avenue and Edgecliff, at the north end of the Langley Middle School campus.

Island Dance will re-open Sept. 4, which is when classes are scheduled to begin.

For parents of young dancers, Island Dance expects to add classes during afternoons for adults so they can get exercise and boogie while their child is in class.

Water and snacks will also be on sale for all dancers.

 

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