Are you curious about dance classes for your little ones? Are they unsure whether they are going to like it or not? At our new location in Kenilworth, you can come try any of our regularly scheduled dance classes for two whole weeks and see if Dancers Pointe is the studio for you! Free classes will be starting Saturday, September 19th and go until Monday, September 28th. Our classes will begin in Kenilworth starting on Saturday, October 3rd. Visit www.dancerspointe.com/locations/kenilworth to view our class schedule or to register. You can also call 908-241-9595 and speak to any of our locations for more information. We look forward to dancing with you!
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