Aug. 6, 2012 By Kim Brown Reiner
A performing arts studio is opening in the second week of September at 43-20 43rd Avenue, the location of a former discount store.
Sunnyside Performing Arts will offer ballet and yoga for children and adults, as well as tap dancing, theater, hip hop and karate classes for children. It will also offer Music for Aardvarks, a popular mommy-and-me music class, at the location.
The 550-square-foot space is currently under renovation.
Sunnyside Performing Arts director Yasko Takeno-Williams, who founded Sunnyside Ballet three years ago, said the space will be available for rent when classes are not in session.
“It’s a private business, but we want to involve the community,” she said.
For more information, visit www.sunnysideballet.com
This is great I was just looking for a hip-hop classes studio
Now how about some more cafe shops and yoga studios?
great addition to the neighborhood! I hope I speak for the rest of the community when I say we need to support more small business like this!
It’s a great idea. At least it isn’t another supermarket, bank, eatery or 99 cent store.
So what if they love it? What’s wrong with that?
Hater in the house. Are you in your troll costume Anon?
The yuppie moms are going to love this place.
That sounds marvelous! Good for the neighborhood.