Royal Dance Academy celebrates expansion with open house

Beginning lyrical dance class

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Carmel Valley’s Royal Dance Academy opened its new 5,300-square-foot dance studio at Piazza Carmel to the public Oct. 20. Demand drove the expansion of Royal Dance Academy, which just completed its 10th successful year in Carmel Valley. RDA’s four studios include professional sprung floors, wall-to-ceiling mirrors on all walls, professional music systems, CCTV cameras to view classes from the lobby area, viewing areas in all studios, and full-time office staff to deal with all the needs of parents and students. Visit www.Royaldanceacademy.com. Photos: Jon Clark

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