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Parks and Recreation

Dance Classes at Metro Parks

display of dance shoes and clothing

The Dance Division of the Metropolitan Board of Parks and Recreation currently offers classes in ballet, pointe, Afro-contemporary, creative movement, contemporary modern, international folk dance, Pilates, tai chi, tap and theater jazz. Offered at minimal cost to participants, classes are taught for children, teens, adults, and senior citizens. Tuition scholarships are available through Friends of Metro Dance.

Classes for Children and Teens

Winter 2020

Centennial Youth Ballet Winter Interim for Ages 12-18 years

Classes for Adults

Winter 2020

We are currently offering Pilates (online), Tai Chi (online) and Dance Fit (in person). Schedule subject to change and classes may be added or canceled according to health and safety guidelines.

Class Locations

Eligibility and Student Placement

Adult classes are open to the community and suitable for adults of all ages and teens ages 15 and up. For children and teen classes, admission beyond the beginners’ level is by referral of the previous Metro Parks Dance Division or Centennial Youth Ballet teacher or by an in-class evaluation for new students during the first class of the session.

Class Fees

Fees are due on or before the first day of class. Drop-in payments for adult classes can be paid at the front desk of the class location before class starts. Payment is taken online, at the location of the class, or centrally at Centennial Performing Arts Studios. We currently accept cash, checks, or credit/debit cards. Checks should be made out to Metro Parks unless otherwise noted. A 2.30% convenience fee will be charged on all credit and debit card transactions. This fee is collected by a third party processor. No part of this fee goes to the Metropolitan Government.