Dance Harmonies classes back at Memorial Hall

Are you are someone who used to dance or who always wanted to learn to dance? Dance Harmonies invites you to celebrate their first dance class in the newly renovated Harrison Memorial Hall on Tuesday, Feb. 8 from 7 – 8 pm. Check out the biggest and the best dance floor in town!

Drawing on a range of styles from ballroom to belly-dance, teacher Marion Bouchard’s inclusive choreography encourages dancers of all levels to come together in an enjoyable and comfortable atmosphere. No dance experience or partner is needed to participate in Dance Harmonies.

Classes run every Tuesday from February to June with a cost of $5 per class. Drop-ins are welcome. Contact Marion Bouchard at 604–796–0105 or email island23mab@gmail.com for more information.

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