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Banks Performing Arts

14175 NW Sellers Rd
Banks, OR 97106
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  • Description - Banks Performing Arts

    Welcome to Banks Performing Arts, we have three of the largest and most Beautiful Dance Studios in the Western Washington County area with suspended floors, full length mirrors and observation windows for parents and friends.ᅠᅠOur training is geared to teach students that might desire to someday become a professional dancer, yet we give attention to anyone that has a desire to learn.ᅠᅠWe haveᅠgifted childrens teachers as well as staffᅠfor the technical training of the most serious student. Classes just rightᅠfor yourᅠtwo and a halfᅠyear old graduating up to the fully disciplined classes of the professional dancer.ᅠᅠWe now haveᅠan After School Club where students do homework as well as dance.ᅠᅠWe are looking for people who would like to teach piano or any type of arts classes here during the After School Club,ᅠmany varied opportunities are open.

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    Dance,  Piano,  Preschooler

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