Dance school opens doors in Andover

Classes encompass Irish dance, health and fitness


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— The Kenny Cavanaugh School of Irish Dance, founded by Champion Irish Step Dancer Brigid Robine in 2012, has opened it's doors in Andover.

The school recently sent several dancers to Rince Tuatha Nua National Championships and had some dancers earn top honors.

Classes for children ages four and old will resume on Monday Sept. 8 at the American Legion Post 89 on Yates Avenue.

Classes encompass traditional Irish Dance, health and fitness and many performance and competition opportunities throughout the year.

Family and legion member discounts are available and if new dancers enroll before Sept. 1, promotional discounts will also be offered.

Fall registration will close Sept. 7.

For more information visit their website at www.kennycavanaughirishdance.webs.com.


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