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Beginning Appalachian Clogging
Date: Friday, July 7 - Sunday, July 9, 2017
Subject: Dance
Instructor: Emolyn Liden
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Start a joyful hobby that is great exercise, too! Join your instructor, who has been dancing her entire life, to learn a variety of percussive steps and short group routines to wonderful, live fiddle music. You'll soon be dancing to your heart's content! The only requirement is a basic level of fitness to stand and be active for a couple of hours at a time.

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Tuition: $354.00
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Dyeing
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WITHDRAWAL AND CANCELLATION POLICY
Because of registration costs and other services, including faculty contracts, material acquisitions and housing arrangements, the Folk School is required to charge cancellation fees to students who change their itineraries.
  • Once students are accepted into a class, our cancellation policies apply, regardless of the reason for canceling.
  • Cancellation of enrollment more than 30 days prior to the first day of class results in a cancellation fee of 50% of the deposit.
  • Cancellation of enrollment within 30 days of the first day of class results in a cancellation fee of 100% of the deposit.
  • No tuition, deposit, lodging or meals refunds will be made after the start date of a class.
  • Registrations are not transferable.
  • Students who cancel their enrollment in a class to transfer to another class are charged the cancellation fee, plus the deposit for the class to which they wish to transfer.

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