Knock On Wood Tap Studio

6925 Willow Street, NW
Suite 101
Washington, DC 20012
202-722-1625
 

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Welcome!

Tappers With Attitude, Inc. is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization 

that is home to:

Knock On Wood Tap Studio & Capitol Tap


Annual Appeal to our Tap Family & Community Supporters!

Please read about our wonderful year-in-review, and help us meet our year-end fundraising goals! Tap here.

WINTER CLASSES 2015 - NEW!

The Winter class schedule is online and registration is open! Winter classes will run for 9 weeks, from January 5 to March 7. Tap here.

FALL CLASSES 2014

Fall classes will run from September 4 to December 13, for a 14-week session. Check out the fall schedule. Drop-in is available for all Adult classes.


NOTE: Tuesday EARLY BIRD class has been cancelled until further notice. If you are interested in this class, please let us know!

Inclement Weather Policy

Knock On Wood Tap Studio mostly follows Montgomery County Schools for weather closings. HOWEVER, it is always best to check here on our website and/or call the studio, as we will post same-day notices if the studio is closed.

Need Studio Space?

Studio rental available! If you or someone you know needs a place to teach class, or hold rehearsal or events... please contact us for details!

Knock On Wood on Facebook

A terrific way to be "in the know" is to join KOW on Facebook. Become a "fan," and you'll find it simple to keep abreast of news, coming events, and all kinds of TapHappiness! Please stop by often!

DC Metro Tap E-Group

Join the Washington DC Metro Tap e-group and you'll receive notices on master classes, performances, workshops, studio events, etc. from local hoofers like yourself. Anyone can join and post their local DC tap events.

(Photos on this page by Enoch Chan, Margaret Loomis & Jeff Kenton)
(Photos on this page by Enoch Chan, Margaret Loomis & Jeff Kenton)

 

Our programs are sponsored in part by funding from The Jim and Carol Trawick Foundation.