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Waconia Performing Art Center

PO Box 23
Waconia, MN 55387 952-442-6328

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Such caring and competent instructors. We love the fact this is not a competitive... - Nov 07, 2017

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West Metro Dance-Theater Arts

5050 Independence St
Maple Plain, MN 55359 763-479-4944

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White Bear Dance Center

2462 County Rd F E
St Paul, MN 55110 651-426-4793

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Young Dance

3326 15th Ave S
Minneapolis, MN 55407 612-423-3064

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Incredible work! - Feb 08, 2018

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