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The Culkin School will hold classes from September 9 – November 30 at Glen Echo Park and Rockville United Methodist Church. Registration is now open, so sign up today! See our Class Schedule Page for more details! Questions? email email@example.com!
The Culkin School will once again hold summer camps for new and current Culkin dancers at Glen Echo Park in Glen Echo, MD. Registration for the camps will be through their website, and registration is now open. NEW Dancers, ages 6-10, should sign up for the “Footworks & Figures” summer…
Today, we dance! All Shows OUTSIDE! Noon-10pm at Irish Inn at Glen Echo; 2:30-3:30 and 5:00-6:00 at McGinty’s Pub in Silver Spring; and 7:00-7:30 at the Knights of Columbus, Rosensteel Hall, Silver Spring. Mask up and come join us!
A reminder to our current Glen Echo students, there are no classes on Wednesday, 3/17 or Thursday, 3/18. Come see our shows and enjoy!
Glen Echo Spring Sign-ups for Kids and Adults are OPEN! Space is limited, so sign up today. Current dancers, check your emails for ongoing Zoom opportunities as well.
Two classes, open to all new beginners ages 5-10 who want to try Irish dance with the Culkin School! Culkin Tots graduates who are 5 or older are welcome. Focus will be on the basics and soft shoe dances. Students must wear masks, social distance, and adhere to CDC and…
We will have classes tonight! MCPS is closed for Yom Kippur, but we will hold all classes as scheduled.
The Culkin School is holding summer options for its current kid dancers, both virtual and in-person, at Glen Echo Park. Weekly emails are sent with updated options. Adult classes will resume in person at Glen Echo Park in September; kids classes fall plans are not yet determined. Updated: 7/22/20
We have just been notified that the DC Parade Committee had decided to postpone this year’s DC St. Patrick’s Day Parade. While this is a sad, unfortunate development, we certainly understand their decision and we remain committed to supporting them and the parade once they determine their “Plan B”