IDA, Institute of Dance Artistry Announces Fort Washington PA Studio FREE Fall Preview

PHILADELPHIA, PA – 08-30-2017 (Press Release Jet) — The Institute of Dance Artistry is pleased to announce our Fort Washington PA Studio Free Fall Preview, taking place from September 5 -7, 2017. Fall Preview Week! Join the IDA community for a week of FREE classes for ages 3 – 11. On Tuesday, September 5th from 6 – 7:30 PM, IDA previews Kids Combo for Ages 3 – 1st Grade. On Wednesday, September 6th from 6 – 7:30 PM, IDA previews Hip hop & Jazz for K – 6th Grade. And on Thursday, September 7th from 6 – 7:30 PM, IDA previews Modern & Lyrical for 2nd – 6th Grade. 45-minute preview classes are followed by refreshments and an open house.

Dancers and dance parents get to meet our professional dance teachers and experience real dance education. You also get the opportunity to take advantage of open registration for IDA fall classes.

IDA Fort Washington is located at 400 Commerce Drive in Fort Washington, PA. A private parking lot with plenty of space is adjacent to the studio. Our Fort Washington location features; 3 beautiful spacious studios, a comfortable parent waiting area, a cozy dancer lounge and a performance space.

IDA Fort Washington also services all of Upper Dublin, Flourtown, Ambler, Oreland, Spring House, North Wales, Montgomeryville, Horsham and other surrounding communities. IDA teachers have a degree in dance and professional experience. All classes are taught by professional dancers and choreographers from the Greater Philadelphia area.

Click or tap here to register for 2017 – 2018 dance classes at our Fort Washington Studios.

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For more information contact Jamie Lipskin at 215.628.0600 or [email protected]

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Company Name: Institute of Dance Artistry
Full Name: Jamie Lipskin
Phone: 2156280600
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