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Longtime Vancouver studio DanceWorks has right moves

Family-owned company teaches hundreds of students weekly

By Sarah Wolf, Columbian staff writer
Published: May 16, 2024, 6:08am
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Hayden Ring, 17, of Vancouver, left, joins fellow students at DanceWorks Performing Arts. In its 30 years in business, tens of thousands of Clark County kids have pranced through the doors of the East Vancouver dance studio.
Hayden Ring, 17, of Vancouver, left, joins fellow students at DanceWorks Performing Arts. In its 30 years in business, tens of thousands of Clark County kids have pranced through the doors of the East Vancouver dance studio. (Amanda Cowan/The Columbian) Photo Gallery

Karen Cannon walked into her workshop, a room tucked in the back of DanceWorks Performing Arts that’s stuffed with racks of costumes, with a table of sewing machines off to one side.

Students “think I’m the crazy costume lady,” she joked. As founder, director and owner of DanceWorks, Cannon is actually the boss.

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