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"Dance first. Think later. It's the natural order."

~ Samuel Beckett ~

History of the dance building.

Studio History

In the 19th century, Enfield  was a very successful economic center, fueled by Bigelow-Sanford Carpet Co.  The carpet company owned numerous properties for themselves and their workers.  In 1874, they  constructed the three-story Pearl Street building to serve as a residence for their employees.   The Masons purchased the building around 1930 and later added the additional apartment and dance studio.

The renovated building, which now has a total of four apartments and a dance studio with two dance floors.

Our studio has a very distinct floor plan. Altogether, you will enjoy the comfort of all of our rooms: receptionist room, bar and lounge area, sunroom, front studio, main studio, and office. As the studio declares, the building truly is full of wisdom, strength, and beauty.

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