Dance for a Cause!

Dance for a Cause!

Feb 8, 2017 | Classes

It’s that time again. Time to get sweaty for your favorite charity!

Come dance it out on Saturday, February 25th and help us raise money for our winter/spring semester! We are now serving nearly 80 children at three sites and we desperately need funds to support our programs.

You’ll laugh, sweat and feel awesome as we bust a move to your favorite tunes! No dance skills required! To reserve your spot, click the button below and let us know you’ll be attending in the message of your donation. We can’t wait to see you!


Saturday, February 25th 2:30 – 3:30pm


Studio Maestro, 48 West 68th Street


$30 or more if you feel inclined:)

Studio Maestro

48 W 68th St, New York, NY

Donate or contact us to reserve your spot


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