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Fall registration is open at Dance Fremont

You and/or your children are invited to dance at Dance Fremont! Located at 85th & Greenwood, above Hummus Café, they are working hard to inspire a lifelong love of dance in each student in an inclusive atmosphere full of joy and creativity. The power of dance can free our spirits, lifting us to heights where worries melt away and we feel truly alive. Organized dance instruction can provide benefits well beyond an emotional lift. Starting from the youngest classes, all the way up, Dance Fremont students learn vital life skills, such as creative problem solving and working cooperatively, in addition to developing mentally, emotionally, socially and physically.

Current students are the best advocates!

  • “I cannot imagine what my life would be like right now if I didn’t have dance.”
  • “I’m so excited for everything this year – all my classes, all the performances, everything – it’s going to be an amazing year!”
  • “Dance is how I can express myself. I’m shy about talking in front of people, but when I’m dancing I can be fully who I am.”
  • “I love the community at Dance Fremont. The atmosphere is really supportive, and the teachers really care about us. I’ve made so many amazing friends there. It’s my home away from home.”

Fall registration is now open for a wide range of ballet and modern dance programs for youth and adults. Teaching the community since 1996, Dance Fremont’s faculty is caring and experienced. Their upcoming school-year program for youth and adults includes creative dance, ballet, modern technique, pointe, dance composition, and performance opportunities.

Sign up today or learn more about our youth or adult programs here. Classes begin September 11, 2023.

Dance Fremont is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Learn more about them and how you can be a part of supporting their commitment to inspiring a lifelong love of dance in each student here.

Dance Fremont provides quality dance instruction and resources to the greater Puget Sound community, through scholarships, subsidized rehearsal space, and community partnerships.