Author Topic: CMDE Announces Open House *FREE CLASSES*, Sat., Sept. 6th - Fri., Sept. 12th  (Read 3304 times)

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Not for Profit Center for Modern Dance Education Announces Annual Fall Open House Week for All Classes.
Everyone Invited to Try Classes for Free, September 6-12, 2008

All classes are free Saturday, September 6th through Friday, September 12th. Everyone is encouraged to try as many appropriate-level classes as possible - no charge until you find one or two or three you like! Call 201-342-2989 to receive a schedule of all classes by mail, or visit the CMDE web site at to see the full schedule on-line. 

Classes are available in a variety of levels to challenge the most experienced or to train the beginning dancer, no matter the age. Try Modern Dance, Ballet, Hip-Hop, Tap, Afro-Jazz, Middle Eastern, Latin Dance, Musical Theater, Choreography, and Yoga. Bring the entire family to try Latin Dance on Saturday, September 6th from 3:30-4:30 pm or try African Dance (Ages 8 to Adult) from 4-5 pm on Sunday, September 7th.

People with disabilities welcome - separate and integrated programs are available, including the Moving Experience Dance Company for teens and young adults with developmental disabilities.

All ages welcome - classes for toddlers through adults, including adult beginners and an "Elder Dance" class for seniors!  Classes for boys only, and for families!

Register in person.

All classes are coeducational unless noted.

All classes are held at the CMDE studio located at 84 Euclid Avenue, Hackensack, New Jersey.

The mission of the Not for Profit, Center for Modern Dance Education (CMDE) is to promote modern dance in partnership with the community and make it available to everyone. CMDE seeks, through quality dance programs, to nurture and instill confidence and self acceptance in each student, regardless of physical or financial ability, including individuals with disabilities, youth at risk, older adults, and economically disadvantaged and under served populations; and to preserve the legacy of modern dance and nurture its future.