Learning to dance
Instructor Laura Barnard, with the Eastern Connecticut Ballet, leads a group of dancers during the Creative Movement program on Thursday, March 15, 2018, at the New London Public Library. The class was part of a new program by the Eastern Connecticut Ballet that is bringing dance classes to New London, Norwich, and other area libraries. "I want to bring dance to little kids where they're comfortable, at the public library," said Barnard of why she started the program.
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