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The Salvation Army Fine Arts- Fall Semester 2019

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Multiple dates from Wednesday, August 21st, 2019 to Tuesday, October 8th, 2019

Event Summary

5$ a semester to participate
Registration forms and instrumental rental contracts must be completed before participating

Sacred Ballet- Thursdays
Mini-Mites (ages3-5) 4pm
Beginner (ages6-8) 4:30pm
Intermediate/advanced (ages 9-17) 5pm
Dancers MUST have these items for class:
Girls- ballet slippers, leotard, tutu/skirt, solid color tights
Boy-solid color leggins, solid color tee, ballet slippers

Ukulele Class- Thursdays 4pm (ages 8+)
This is a great starter instrument for those interested in learning how to play guitar. It's also smaller in size, which helps younger students wanting to learn to play.
Ukulele students must have these items per semester: Music/instrument/ rental instrument contract

Private Music Lessons- Time individually scheduled (ages 8+)
Private music lesson needs to have an interview to see if they are ready for lessons. Private music lessons are for brass instruments, beginner piano, voice, and music theory.
Instrumental and music students must have these items per semester:
Music/instrument/rental instrumental contract

Price: 5$

Venue

The Salvation Army
331 E. Main st
Madison, IN
47250

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The event runs from 4:00pm to 7:00pm on the following dates.
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