2019 Fall Schedule

Classes start September 3, 2019


Specific classes were sent to each returning dancer, please email the office if you didn't receive your dancer's class.



4:30-6:00           Open 1 (combined with Open 2 for ½ hour for technique)

6:00-7:30           Open 2 (combined with Open 1 for ½ hour for technique)

7:30-9:00            PC/OC


    4:30        Celtic Storm

    5:30        New Ceili

    6:00        Advanced Beginner 1/Advanced Beginner 2

    7:00-8:30          PC/OC


4:30         Pre-Beginner (ages 4 & 5)

5:00         Toddler’s Irish Rhythm (ages 2 ½ -3 ½)

5:30         Beginner 1 (New Students)

6:30         Beginner 2/Advanced Beginner 1

7:30         Adult Class


4:30                   Novice/ Open 1

6:00                   8 Hand Ceili’s

6:45                   4 Hand Ceili’s

7:30-9:00         Open 2/PC/OC (Can only be a 2 or 3 class)


10:00       Beginner 1 (new students) & Beginner 2

11:00       Advanced Beginner 1

11:30        Advanced Beginner 2 (combined with AB 1 for ½ hour for technique)

12:30       Novice/Open 1/Open 2


   1:00       Technique & Conditioning

   2:00       Open Studio (cash or check only)

**NEW TECHNIQUE CLASS- this class is open to all levels.  Some weeks will be taught by Tim McGrath (a strength & stretching coach).  The teacher will concentrate on Irish dance technique that is needed for shows, competition, etc.  This is a great class for everyone from beginners (to learn proper technique through Oireachtas/Nationals kids to strengthen their technique and help them get to the Championship level.

*Hard shoe & Soft shoe drill classes will be held during the Open studio times a few times per year.  All dates are posted on Jackrabbit.

Class Descriptions
Irish Rhythm:  Students ages 2 1/2 to 3 years old.  Learning the basics of
 Irish dance, no dance experience needed.  We will teach them how dance classes are run, and learn to follow rules.

Pre-Beginner:  Students age 3-4 years old.  Learning basics of Irish dance. and basic rules of a dance class.

Beginner 1: New students
Beginner 2: Students that have taken some Irish dance
but have not mastered the reel, jig, and slip jig.
Advanced Beginner: Students that have mastered the reel, jig,
and slip jig and are ready to start hard shoes.
Novice 1: Students that have mastered the traditional treble jig,
and have mastered the soft shoe steps.
Novice 2: Students that have mastered both slow treble jig and
traditional hornpipe, and are ready to learn more difficult steps.
Open: Students who are competing in the Open level at feiseanna.
Pictures of our Akron Studio