MIDDLEBURY — Brass City Ballet, a nonprofit dance school and performing company, offers daytime and evening classes for all ages, toddlers to adults.

The school has established protocols for Covid-conscious dance classes and is open for business. BCB will host an Open Air Open House from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, October 17, at its studios in Middlebury Plaza, 1255 Middlebury Rd.

The event offers a chance to take a look at the studios, meet the teachers, take a children’s class and view a rehearsal in progress. New students will receive $10 off registration on that day.

“We mark BCB’s 35th anniversary in one of the most tumultuous years it has ever encountered,” Elizabeth Fisk Barisser, BCB artistic director and founder, said, “but together, with care, we look forward with confidence to the 2020-2021 season. We invite people to come and see how we conduct our classes. When you are ready, Brass City Ballet is here.”

Those seeking additional information may visit www.brasscityballet.org, call 203-598-0186 or email info@brasscityballet.org.

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