Youth ballet, jazz and hip hop classes | Pierce County Parks

Preschool age children ages 3-6 will have fun with creative movement and ballet skills.

Preschool age children ages 3-6 will have fun with creative movement and ballet skills.

School age youth between 7-15 years can learn jazz and hip hop.

Classes are held Wednesday mornings and afternoons and the next 6 week session begins on April 15.

Preschool age fees are $40 and youth classes are $44 for six weeks.  All classes are held at the Frontier Park Lodge, 21800 Meridian S in Graham.  To register or for more information call 253-841-6812 or www.piercecountywa.org/parks

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