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Mathew taking the lead Nick finishing with a lunge!

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Closing down in 2009 but a new project commences on Jan 16th 2010 in the Pier 4 venue.


Following recent discussions with Accessible Arts, and Sydney Dance and the economic loss incurred in running the A.A. program, Sydney Dance can no longer afford to subsidize it.

Kirsty Fromholtz will be establishing a new program in 2010 at the Accessible Arts training room. As it is no longer being funded there will be changes to the costing model as shown below.

The Stars program is finished but a new program commencing in 2010 run by Kirsty Fromholtz on Saturdays from 10am to 11 am.
Accessible Arts Studio on The Wharf, Pier 4 (entry halfway down lefthand side of the Pier) 4, Hickson Rd, The Rocks. Sydney .  Australia.
$150 for 10 classes (valid for 3 months) or drop in rate $18 per class (pay cash on the day)
Kirsty Fromholtz on 0402 644 510 to find out about her new project to continue this work.
"THE STARS ARE NOT TOO FAR" has been a seven year project to provide Dance workshops for teens and Young adults with Disabilities and this work will be continued under a new name and form in 2010.
What to wear:
Something that you will feel comfortable moving in, sneakers or jazz shoes and bring a water bottle.
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