Kathleen Academy of Dance holds tap dancing classes in parking lot

Kathleen Cirioli, director and owner of the Kathleen Academy of Dance for 50 years, has not stopped teaching her weekly tap classes during the pandemic by using her dance studio parking lot in Hillsborough, 411 Route 206, as the outside location, following all social distancing guidelines. Dancers bring their own board to tap on, or Cirioli has extras to borrow, then assemble throughout the outdoor area while she teaches the group with music playing through a sound system. Students range in age from 12 through 70, and some of the older dancers have been her students for close to 40 years.  For more information, contact Cirioli at 908-420-1999 or kcirioli@gmail.comPHOTO COURTESY OF KATHLEEN CIRIOLI
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Kathleen Cirioli, director and owner of the Kathleen Academy of Dance for 50 years, has not stopped teaching her weekly tap classes during the pandemic by using her dance studio parking lot in Hillsborough, 411 Route 206, as the outside location, following all social distancing guidelines. Dancers bring their own board to tap on, or Cirioli has extras to borrow, then assemble throughout the outdoor area while she teaches the group with music playing through a sound system. Students range in age from 12 through 70, and some of the older dancers have been her students for close to 40 years.  For more information, contact Cirioli at 908-420-1999 or kcirioli@gmail.comPHOTO COURTESY OF KATHLEEN CIRIOLI
Kathleen Cirioli, director and owner of the Kathleen Academy of Dance for 50 years, has not stopped teaching her weekly tap classes during the pandemic by using her dance studio parking lot in Hillsborough, 411 Route 206, as the outside location, following all social distancing guidelines.

Dancers bring their own board to tap on, or Cirioli has extras to borrow, then assemble throughout the outdoor area while she teaches the group with music playing through a sound system.

Students range in age from 12 through 70, and some of the older dancers have been her students for close to 40 years. 

For more information, contact Cirioli at 908-420-1999 or kcirioli@gmail.com