Dance class tonight 26 March

Fancy a bit of a workout with dance moves in your sitting room?  Download Zoom (free) and join Kerry tonight using the link below.  Class starts at 7.30pm, log in from 7.15pm

Contact kerry@kerryondancing.co.uk to get the link for future classes and to make a donation if you are financially able. Cheers, Caroline x

 

Thursday Evening 7:30 – 8:30pm Ballroom Burn. Anyone at any level can join the class, children welcome too if supervised by parents.

Topic: Thursday evening eBallroom Burn

Time: Mar 26, 2020 07:15 PM London

Join Zoom Meeting

https://us04web.zoom.us/j/270620618?pwd=Ym9YMWc4a1Z6U01WcGxMNHRUNThmZz09

Meeting ID: 270 620 618

Password: 748280

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