Rhythm & Spirit classes to teach dance, tumble and cheer

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Rhythm & Spirit

Rhythm & Spirit is Williamson County Parks and Recreation’s fun, affordable and quality dance, tumbling and cheer program. Classes are available for ages 3 and up, and include ballet, tap, jazzy tumble, hip hop, jazz, cheer, tumble and more. 

Registration is now open for a unique dance, tumble and cheer class available to all Williamson County children.

Rhythm & Spirit is Williamson County Parks and Recreation’s fun, affordable and quality dance, tumbling and cheer program. Classes are available for ages 3 and up, and include ballet, tap, jazzy tumble, hip hop, jazz, cheer, tumble and more. 

The program is recreational, and teachers strive to know their students as individuals to help them improve at their own pace. Rhythm & Spirit is a wonderful opportunity for kids to dance in a non-competitive environment full of students who are eager to learn and have fun.  

The 2019-20 instructional program begins Friday, Aug. 9 at Williamson County Parks and Recreation’s Franklin, Enrichment Center, Longview and Nolensville locations. 

Classes begin Wednesday, Sept. 11 at the Fairview location. Schedules for each facility, as well as online registration, are available at www.wcparksandrec.com. Registration ends Oct. 1 or when full.

For more information about the Rhythm & Spirit program, contact Katie Adams at (615) 377-6530 ext. 2117 or Katie.Adams@williamsoncounty-tn.gov for Nolensville and Fairview, or Kristi McDonald at (615) 377-6530 ext. 2118 orKristi.McDonald@williamsoncounty-tn.gov for Franklin, the Enrichment Center and Longview.

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