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Farrelly School of Irish Dance offers August summer camp

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Farrelly School of Irish Dance to offer summer camp August 1 — 3

Farrelly School of Irish Dance Co-Directors Sinead Farrelly-Tritschler, TCRG and Karen Farrelly-Trtischler, TCRG announced the introduction of traditional Irish Step Dance classes at locations in Naperville and Aurora.

“The mission of the Farrelly School of Irish Dance is to share our love and knowledge of Irish Dance with all of our students, from beginners to champions,” said Karen Farrelly-Tritschler.  “We encourage our dancers to work hard, believe in themselves, and most importantly – have fun!”

Summer camp registration is now open for camps being held at Alleluia Lutheran Church and Airtastic Playland. Workshop dates are August 1 – 3. Contact ftirishdance@att.net to sign up.

Both dance instructors are certified teachers with An Comisiun Le Rinci Gaelacha, the largest Irish Dancing organization in the world.  With both instructors having 13 years teaching experience, they have instructed dancers at all levels – from beginner to championship for both recreational and competitive levels.  Their students include Regional and National Champions as well as World Silver Medalists.

For more information visit www.farrellyirishdancing.com, call (708) 634-2079 or email at ftirishdance@att.net.

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