North Kirkland Community Center to host “Zombie” classes

Unearth some fun this fall and learn the iconic Michael Jackson dance from the music video for the song “Thriller.”

  • Sunday, September 23, 2012 10:00am
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Unearth some fun this fall and learn the iconic Michael Jackson dance from the music video for the song “Thriller.”

The North Kirkland Community Center’s un-dead dance instructors know all of the ghoulish moves. Instruction will take place during three short classes. Join forces with Kirkland Zombie “wanna be’s” from 1:30-3 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 30, Oct. 7, and Oct 21 at the North Kirkland Community Center, located at 12421 103rd Ave. N.E.

The class is intended to help those who want to learn the moves and use them with un-dead Redmond friends at Redmond Town Center on Oct. 27 during the Eastside Thrill the World Zombie Dance Party.

Cost is $15 for Kirkland residents and $18 for non-residents. Registration is available online at www.kirklandparks.net or by calling (425) 587-3336 (Course code #37583.)

For questions about the program contact the North Kirkland Community Center at 425-587-3350.

 

 


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