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Signup Begins Monday For Child, Adult Programs At Darien Arts Center

From left: Arissa Fritz, Charlotte Callahan, Norah Fritz, Natalie Treacy, James Morris, Evelyn Tie, and Quinn Morris enjoy Beginning Acting, a Kids’ Theatre class.
From left: Arissa Fritz, Charlotte Callahan, Norah Fritz, Natalie Treacy, James Morris, Evelyn Tie, and Quinn Morris enjoy Beginning Acting, a Kids’ Theatre class. Photo Credit: submitted

DARIEN, Conn. – We may be in the dog days of summer, but it’s never too soon to look toward autumn opportunities.

The Darien Arts Center at 2 Renshaw Road offering a variety of classes this fall for children and adults. Registration opens on Monday.

Children’s classes include:

  • Kids’s Theatre
  • Beginning Acting, grades K-2
  • Actor’s Toolbox, grades 3-5
  • Dance (Ballet, Hip Hop, Tap, or Martial Arts)
  • Music (private lessons available)
  • Vocal Divas, ages 7-12
  • Elementary Art Studio, ages 7-12
  • Drawing and Painting, ages 10-15
  • Click! Digital Photograph, ages 9-12
  • Make-a-Monster Workshop, ages 8-12
Adult classes include:
  • Water Color Painting
  • Critique Workshop for the Advanced Artist
The Darien Arts Center (DAC) has also scheduled a Beatles Night for 8 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 24.

Organizers said the event is family-friendly and will celebrate the Beatles with an assortment of live performances of the band’s most popular songs.

DAC, a nonprofit founded in 1975, is dedicated to providing visual and performing arts programs and events for the community.

To learn more about class schedules and prices, find the DAC online and on Facebook . For more information, call 203-655-8683.

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