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Friends of the Mill District Announces Mill City Dance

Article by Claudia Kittock

Friends of the Mill District (FOMD) is excited to announce the first ever Mill City Dance. We are partnering with the Heart of Dance and Abiitan Mill City in the launch of a 10-week session of dance classes featuring a variety of dance types, including ballroom. The session will begin on Thursday, October 10th, 12:30 pm to 2 pm. Classes will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Abiitan Terraces (2nd floor of Abiitan). Guests will need to check in with the concierge in the lobby and will then be directed to the 2nd floor.

No partner is necessary. Come as you are, single or with a partner. Mill City Dance is sponsored by the Friends of the Mill District and in keeping with our mission, will be free and open to all. Programming expenses are paid by FOMD.

There are a limited number of spaces available and they will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Join us in building body, brain, and balance. We expect these spaces to fill quickly. Please register with Claudia Kittock at

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About Claudia Kittock

Claudia is a resident of the Mill District. In addition to writing for Mill City Times, she is a founding Board Member of Friends of the Mill District. Claudia is the author of Health Through Chaos, mentors young adults at YouthLink, and has served on the Downtown Minneapolis Neighborhood Association (DMNA).
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