Bring A Friend
   To Dance Week

     Monday, November 4TH
     Sunday, November 10TH

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Don’t miss out on “Bring a Friend to Dance Week” at Progressive Dance Studio!


We invite all our students to share their love and passion for dance during our annual “Bring A Friend To Dance Week“! Students are welcome to bring their friends to join them in any or all of their dance classes during the week, completely free.

Please bring your friends to dance class to show them why you love Progressive Dance Studio. Whether your friend is currently taking dance, use to take dance classes, or has never danced before, please invite them to take a FREE class at PDS.

Bring a Friend to Dance Week

November 4th – 10th


If your friend registers during that week, you will receive $50 in cash or credit to your account.

We offer classes in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, Contemporary, and Acro.  Friends can join any appropriate class for their age and level.  Friends do not have to join the same class that the PDS student is enrolled in.

 We look forward to seeing some new faces! 

  • For Friends that register during Bring a Friend to Dance week (November 4th-10th) we’ll waive the New Student Registration Fee (a $35 value!)
  • New students must register for their class between November 4th – November 10th for you (current student) to receive the $50.00 cash or tuition credit.
  • To receive credits, friends cannot be previous students at PDS.
  • Classes that are closed with full enrollment will be excluded from the free trials.

We will be handing out “Bring a Friend to Dance Week” invitations to give to all our current PDS students to properly invite their friends.  If you need an invitation, please see the front desk for copies or click here.

Please call the studio if you have any questions:  201-894-1333

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