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Group Piano Lessons

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Quality and affordable music lessons for your child available at the Salvation Army Youth Education Town. The YET is offering a variety of music classes for different age groups; ages 6-8, ages 9-12, and teens. Also offering a unique choral experience for all ages as a part of a Singing Company. At a low rate of $30 (single citizenship fee) or $55 (family citizenship fee) per month, your child can have access to any of these music classes as well as exciting evening programming, which includes Taekwondo instruction, Zumba classes, Drama Class in association with Theatre Arlington, and Creative Writing in association with Arlington Public Library. Give your child an opportunity to learn outside the box in a safe and fun environment! If your child would like to try out a class, come on down! The month of January is free! Call (817) 860-1836 to find out more about the programs!

Resources: Arts opportunities (art, music, theater, etc)
Area served:Arlington
State(s):Texas
Website:http://www.salvationarmyyet.org/

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