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August 15, 2013

Cornerstone Center hosting registration for fall classes

MUNCIE — The Cornerstone Arts Program will conduct a 12-week set of fall classes Sept. 9-Dec. 5.

Youth Classes are offered for children one year old through eighth grade and include: Art with Family, Art Starters, Tour of Europe, Art in Muncie, Pen & Ink, Beginning Sewing for Youth, Tumbling, Cheerleading, Youth Ceramics, Early Tap, Early Jazz, Early Ballet, Youth Ballet, Youth Tap, Youth Jazz, Youth Hip Hop, Martial Arts, Youth Drama, Early Piano and more.

Adult classes for ninth grade and older include: Acting for Grown Ups, Contemporary & Jazz, Hip Hop, Belly Dance of all levels, Adult Tap, Ballroom, Salsa Pilates, Pilates, Painting, Beginning Sewing for Adults, Drawing and Ceramics.

In addition, the Cornerstone Arts Program offers private instruction for all ages in the following areas: drums, guitar, piano, voice, strings, trumpet, saxophone and clarinet.

Class registration and workshop registration are available online at www.cornerstonearts.org/education, or in the building at the second floor desk. Contact the Education Department at 281-9503 for more information.

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