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    111002 - St. Patty's Celebration

    Celebrate the seasons with books, music, crafts, and more that encourage development of early literacy and social skills. Don't miss out on these awesome intergenerational experiences with your little one! Registration is per child and parent participation is required.

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    Add to CartAvailable111002-01St.PattysCelebration03/15/18- 03/15/18 1:00 PM- 2:00 PMThAvondale$318 months to under 6 yearsItem Details

    116100 - Sporties for Shorties

    Have fun developing your child's sports skills at various practice stations for rolling, kicking, batting, throwing, and catching. Each class concludes with a fun base running competition. Parent participation is required.

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    Add to CartWaitlist116100-02Sporties for Shortie03/06/18- 04/10/1810:15 AM- 10:55 AMTuDCRC$50/$602 years to under 4 yearsItem Details

    116150 - Little Hoop Stars

    Join Jump Start Sports instructors for a fun, recreation basketball program that includes the basics of dribbling, passing, shooting, positioning, defense, and rebounding. Each week participants apply what they learn through non-competitive games. All equipment is provided. Participants receive a team shirt.

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    Add to CartAvailable116150-03Little Hoop Stars03/07/18- 04/18/18 4:30 PM- 5:25 PMWDCRC$70/$804 years to under 7 yearsItem Details
    Add to CartAvailable116150-04Little Hoop Stars03/07/18- 04/18/18 5:30 PM- 6:25 PMWDCRC$70/$804 years to under 7 yearsItem Details

    116180 - Pre-K Sports Class

    Join Jump Start Sports staff and experience several sports in one session! Each week includes fundamentals of sports including basketball, soccer, flag football, hockey, and t-ball. This is a great opportunity for your kids to be actively engaged and build their sport skills.

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    Add to CartAvailable116180-02Pre-K Sports Class03/06/18- 04/10/18 9:30 AM- 10:10 AMTuDCRC$50/$603 years to under 6 yearsItem Details

    118010 - Wildlife Wonders

    Join us for a short hike to explore textures in nature and learn about our wildlife neighbors and their activities during the wintertime. Included in the hour is a short story, craft, and hands-on experiences with nature around us. Dress for the outdoor weather. In the event of inclement weather, an alternate date is determined. Parent participation is required. Fee is per family - please register under child's name.

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    Add to CartAvailable118010-01Wildlife Wonders03/06/18- 03/06/1810:00 AM- 11:00 AMTuArt Stable$53 years to under 7 yearsItem Details

    121100 - School's Out

    Turn your next day off school in to an adventure and join us at School's Out! Stay actively engaged in games, crafts, and nature/science exploration, with specialized activities and guest speakers scheduled from noon-2p each session. Outdoor play is possible (weather permitting). Bring a nut-free lunch and be prepared for a day of fun and play! Participants do not swim during this program. School's Out participants are required to have a completed online health care form on file before attending the program.

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    Read NoticeUnavailable121100-01School's Out01/15/18- 01/15/18 8:00 AM- 5:30 PMMDCRC$35/$456 years to under 13 yearsItem Details

    121110 - Spring Break Camp

    Spend your time off this spring with us at Spring Break Camp! Stay actively engaged in games, crafts, and nature/science exploration. Specialized activities are planned each day from noon-2 p.m. A field trip is scheduled for Wednesday, March 28 (additional fee). Bring a nut-free lunch and be prepared for a day of fun and play! A camp newsletter will be available with more details by March 6. Spring Break Camp participants are required to have a completed online health care form on file before attending the program.

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    Add to CartWaitlist121110-01Spring Break Camp03/26/18- 03/26/18 8:00 AM- 5:30 PMMDCRC$35/$456 years to under 13 yearsItem Details
    Add to CartWaitlist121110-02Spring Break Camp03/27/18- 03/27/18 8:00 AM- 5:30 PMTuDCRC$35/$456 years to under 13 yearsItem Details
    Add to CartWaitlist121110-03Spring Break Camp03/28/18- 03/28/18 8:00 AM- 5:30 PMWDCRC$50/$606 years to under 13 yearsItem Details
    Add to CartWaitlist121110-04Spring Break Camp03/29/18- 03/29/18 8:00 AM- 5:30 PMThDCRC$35/$456 years to under 13 yearsItem Details
    Add to CartWaitlist121110-05Spring Break Camp03/30/18- 03/30/18 8:00 AM- 5:30 PMFDCRC$35/$456 years to under 13 yearsItem Details

    121115 - Spring Break Sports Camp

    Have a blast during Spring Break with Jump Start Sports! Each day combines specific sports instruction (basketball/soccer/ultimate Frisbee), followed by traditional camp games such as capture the flag, dodge ball and kickball. Jump Start's Spring Break Sports Camp provides children an opportunity to play and learn about sports in a fun, well-supervised environment.

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    Add to CartAvailable121115-01SpringBreakSportsCam03/26/18- 03/30/18 1:00 PM- 4:00 PMM-FDCRC$85/$956 years to under 13 yearsItem Details

    121120 - Camp CodeMonster

    Join CodeMonster staff during Spring Break for a special Camp CodeMonster week where you build your first mobile app. Learn to code and build a real mobile app using MIT App Inventor. This is a great opportunity for kids to become more familiar and comfortable with computer coding. CodeMonster provides laptops and each participant receives a USB drive for storage.

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    Add to CartAvailable121120-01Camp CodeMonster03/26/18- 03/30/18 9:00 AM- 12:00 PMM-FDCRC$127/$1407 years to under 13 yearsItem Details

    124181 - Kids Cafe

    TIME CHANGE: Please note the program times have been adjusted so that families are able to enjoy the Dublin St. Patrick's Day Parade during the morning. New program times are: 1-3p.

    At Kids Café, participants have an opportunity to create a sampling of foods based on a culinary theme, and then take home the recipes to make and share with their family. Join Mrs. Wendy to learn fundamental kitchen skills, work cleanly and safely in the kitchen, and explore new foods while following recipes that are age-appropriate. January session: Winter Warm-Ups. February sessions: Comfort Cooking & Boys Can Cook (a session just for the guys). March session: Colorful Creations. If your child has food allergies, please contact Jennifer Vosters at 614.410.4573 prior to registering for this program. All supplies and materials are included in the fee.

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    Add to CartAvailable124181-04KC: ColorfulCreation03/10/18- 03/10/18 1:00 PM- 3:00 PMSaDCRC$25/$358 years to under 12 yearsItem Details

    126200 - Basketball Basics

    NO CLASS HELD MARCH 10 & 31 (CLASS WILL MEET ON MARCH 17)

    An introduction to the fundamentals of basketball: dribbling, passing, shooting, defense, team play and sportsmanship. Children enjoy improving basketball skills through group instruction, drills, games and contests. Once players have an understanding of the game and have refined their skills, informal mini-scrimmages are played with instruction. Basketballs are provided.

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    Add to CartAvailable126200-03Basketball Basics03/03/18- 04/14/1812:00 PM- 12:50 PMSaDCRC$60/$706 years to under 9 yearsItem Details
    Add to CartAvailable126200-04Basketball Basics03/03/18- 04/14/18 1:00 PM- 1:50 PMSaDCRC$60/$706 years to under 9 yearsItem Details

    126210 - Basketball II, Beyond Basics

    NO CLASS HELD MARCH 10 & 31 (CLASS WILL MEET ON MARCH 17)

    This class reinforces and applies the fundamentals of basketball: dribbling, passing, shooting, defense, team play and sportsmanship. The first three weeks are dedicated to improving skills through more advanced group instruction, drills and games. Once the players have an understanding of the game and have refined their skills, informal mini-scrimmages are played with instruction as needed. Basketballs are provided.

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    Add to CartAvailable126210-02Basketball II, Beyon03/03/18- 04/14/18 2:00 PM- 2:50 PMSaDCRC$60/$709 years to under 12 yearsItem Details

    126300 - Volleyball Basics

    NO CLASS HELD MARCH 10 & 31 (CLASS WILL MEET ON MARCH 17)

    Bump, set, spike! Explore the "fun"-damentals of volleyball through action-packed sessions designed to teach basic skills to beginning players. Participants learn passing, setting, hitting, blocking and serving as well as basic offense and defense. Participants must wear kneepads for each class.

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    Add to CartAvailable126300-02Volleyball Basics03/03/18- 04/14/1811:00 AM- 11:50 AMSaDCRC$60/$708 years to under 13 yearsItem Details

    128350 - In The Kitchen

    Learn basic cooking techniques, kitchen etiquette, and proper social skills in and out of the kitchen. Each participant will individually or in a small group complete a food item. They will enjoy this treat while socializing with peers.

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    Add to CartAvailable128350-03In the Kitchen03/14/18- 03/14/18 4:00 PM- 6:00 PMWDCRC$2518 years to 30 yearsItem Details

    134200 - ACT Introductory Workshop

    The ACT Introductory Class provides college-bound students with in-depth instruction on all parts of the ACT. This is an excellent course for students who are looking for a thorough introduction to the ACT. Students will learn the latest proven strategies as they work with practice tests created by ACT, as well as rigorous practice exercises created by BWS Education. With twelve hours of instruction, students can be assured that their individual concerns on everything from test anxiety to time management will be thoroughly addressed. The class reviews and builds upon what is covered in the Turbo Workshop, but can stand alone as well. The class fee includes all in-class and homework materials.

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    Add to CartAvailable134200-02ACT Introductory Wor06/04/18- 06/07/18 9:00 AM- 12:00 PMM-ThDCRC$315/$34712 years to under 20 yearsItem Details

    134300 - American Red Cross Babysitting

    Learn to safely care for young children. Topics include characteristics of children, selecting appropriate games and toys, diapering, feeding and proper babysitting procedures. Information on accident prevention and emergency action is also provided. Class fee includes a babysitter's handbook and American Red Cross certification. Bring a lunch and drink for this all-day program.

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    Add to CartAvailable134300-03American Red Cross B03/17/18- 03/17/18 9:00 AM- 3:30 PMSaDCRC$55/$6511 years to 16 yearsItem Details
    Add to CartAvailable134300-04American Red Cross B04/21/18- 04/21/18 9:00 AM- 3:30 PMSaDCRC$55/$6511 years to 16 yearsItem Details

    134500 - Selective College Admissions

    Selective college admissions is neither a game nor a random process. There are tangible, common-sense things you should know and can do to increase your chances for admission to the college of your dreams. Learn how to find your best college match and the attributes selective colleges seek; what they look for in your application and how you should present yourself; the importance of college entrance exams and the elements of a great college admissions essay; and the interplay of grades, test scores, extra-curricular activities and personal attributes in admissions decisions. Dave worked on the staff of the MIT Admissions Office. For over 30 years, he has counseled hundreds of students and parents about the selective college admissions process.

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    Add to CartAvailable134500-02Selective College Ad04/15/18- 04/15/18 1:00 PM- 5:00 PMSuDCRC$99/$10914 years and UpItem Details

    138299 - Adaptive Extras

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    Add to CartAvailable138299-03Adqaptive Extras03/06/18- 03/06/18 4:00 PM- 6:00 PMTuDCRC$319 years to 30 yearsItem Details

    138300 - Fantastic Friday

    Learn life skills through theme-oriented activities, which include dinner preparation, interactive games, arts and crafts, and socialization with friends. We have a low staff-to-participant ratio. New participants need to have an inquiry of needs before scheduled class.

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    Read NoticeFull138300-05Fantastic Friday03/09/18- 03/09/18 5:30 PM- 8:30 PMFDCRC$20/$3017 years to 35 yearsItem Details

    142101 - Pottery Open Studio

    For both new and experienced ceramics students of all skill levels. New students will begin with the basics of clay hand building techniques such as pinch pots, slab rolling and coils. Textures, color, shape and differing styles are introduced as well as glazing and finishing techniques. Time permitting we work on the basics of throwing on the potter's wheel. Experienced students can continue to refine their skills and work on ceramic projects of their own choice. The studio will be open for independent ceramic projects; instructional aid is available for individualized assistance, project ideas and technical expertise. Students can practice wheel throwing, hand building and have access to high-fire and low-fire glaze applications. All supplies are included in the fee, including firings done by the on-site instructor.

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    Add to CartAvailable142101-03Pottery Open Studio02/27/18- 04/10/18 6:30 PM- 8:30 PMTuDCRC$119/$13118 years and UpItem Details
    Add to CartAvailable142101-04Pottery Open Studio03/01/18- 04/12/18 6:30 PM- 8:30 PMThDCRC$119/$13118 years and UpItem Details
    Read NoticeCancelled142101-05Pottery Open Studio02/26/18- 04/09/18 6:30 PM- 8:30 PMMDCRC$119/$13118 years and UpItem Details

    142104 - Ceramics- Hand Building

    Learn to create beautifully decorated clay vessels through the basics of ceramic handbuilding! We will learn to create our own clay works through stamping, slipping and slab construction. Using air dry clay this is an easy project that anyone can pick-up and continue to create inspring clay vases.

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    Add to CartAvailable142104-03Ceramics- Hand Build03/05/18- 03/05/18 3:00 PM- 5:00 PMMAvondale$2518 years and UpItem Details

    142112 - Photography Basics Workshop

    Photography Basics Workshop: In Photography Basics Workshop you’ll learn about all the gear you need, the camera settings (shutter speed, aperture, ISO) you’ll want to use, and all kinds of shooting tips and techniques to help you take great photos. Students will also go on a 2 hour instructor lead field shoot to learn to use the techniques discussed in class. Participants should bring their camera to class. Session one (Thursday) is an in-classroom session. Session two (Saturday) is a field session.

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    Add to CartAvailable142112-01Photography Basics W03/08/18- 03/10/18VariesVariesVaries$49/$5918 years and UpItem Details

    142119 - Smart Phone/Tablet Photography

    NEW! Do you have a camera, smart phone, or tablet and want to learn how to make amazing pictures? We will go through the compositional steps of making interesting images, learning how to use your camera features, utilize editing apps and explore different photographic styles. This class is great for beginners and enthusiasts. *Participants will need to bring their camera, smart phone, or tablet to class.

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    Add to CartAvailable142119-03Smart Phone/Tablet P03/12/18- 03/12/18 3:00 PM- 5:00 PMMAvondale$2518 years and UpItem Details

    142123 - DIY Glitter Necklace

    NEW! DIY Glitter Necklace: Everyone deserves a little bit of glitz and glamor in their life, but we shouldn't have to spend a fortune on it. In this short class we'll create a beautiful glittery necklace with just a few items. This necklace is sure to wow you with its sparkle!

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    Add to CartAvailable142123-01DIY Glitter Necklace03/16/18- 03/16/18 1:00 PM- 2:30 PMFAvondale$1918 years and UpItem Details

    142124 - Decorative Votive/Candle Holde

    NEW! Decorative Votive Candle Holder: Looking for a decorative holder for a candle or a votive? You're in luck, in this class we'll utilize a plain glass candle holder and transform it into a decorative piece of art.

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    Add to CartAvailable142124-01Decorative Votive Ca04/06/18- 04/06/18 1:30 PM- 3:00 PMFAvondale$1518 years and UpItem Details

    142125 - Wooden Wall Art

    NEW! Wooden Wall Art: Have you seen all those fun vintage wooden signs in stores and boutiques? We'll create a wooden sign utilizing some stencils and a bit of creativity. This sign is sure to be a show stopper in your home!

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    142135 - Organizing Your Kitchen

    NEW! Organizing Your Kitchen: In this class, we will learn how to organize kitchens, grocery lists, refrigerators and pantries to minimize last minute pizza ordering and fast food meals. We will discuss ways to keep cupboards and dishes in order so that meal preparation, cooking and cleaning up become a manageable and enjoyable part of life.

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    142136 - Organizing Your Storage Areas

    NEW! Organizing Your Storage Areas: This class will focus on storage area clutter and ways to deal with it. From attics, basements, closets or storage units, we will discuss methods for tackling your storage area clutter. We will learn how to decide what to keep, donate, recycle, throw away, or sell.

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    142141 - Color Your Way to Calm

    Coloring can be a form of escapism where one can shed stress and worries of the day and just focus on simple, creative task. Adult coloring can be just the outlet we need to unplug and reset our brains from work, social media and electronic entertainment.

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    Add to CartAvailable142141-03Color Your Way to Ca03/23/18- 03/23/18 2:00 PM- 3:00 PMFAvondale$518 years and UpItem Details

    142163 - Stained Glass

    Create your own stained glass projects. Learn to cut glass, use copper foil, and perform finishing techniques. Participants work with window glass and stained glass. A $10 supply fee is due to the instructor at the first class.

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    Add to CartAvailable142163-01Stained Glass02/08/18- 03/15/18 7:00 PM- 9:00 PMThDCRC$89/$9918 years and UpItem Details

    144102 - Active Shooter Training

    NOTE: This activity has been rescheduled for Feb.28

    Learn the same principles that have been taught to our schools and local businesses

    This highly sought after training is conducted by your Dublin Police Department and involves an interactive presentation that will allow you to practice your responses in various scenarios.

    The principles taught can be utilized in any setting. While it is unlikely that this will happen to you, realize that the more prepared we are, the safer our community will be.

    Due to the subject matter, including graphic scenes and adult language within the videos, the presentation is best suited for adults. Minimum age to attend this training is 13. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. A liability waiver is provided and must be signed to attend this training.


    *IMPORTANT NOTICE: NO WEAPONS (Guns, Knives, OC Spray, Electric Devices, etc.) are allowed at this training.

    Photo ID is required for this class, please be sure to bring your photo ID to class.

    If under 18 years of age, you are required to register with a parent/guardian in order to take this class.

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    Add to CartWaitlist144102-01Active Shooter Train02/28/18- 02/28/18 6:00 PM- 8:30 PMWJustice Center/PD$513 years and UpItem Details

    144120 - Polar Hike Series

    Why hike in the winter? No bugs! Peaceful forests and meadows , wildlife is visible, the cool air is great for our health and we get a new view of nature and the landscapes of our beautiful parks. Each week we'll get our fitness on during a 2-3 mile hike in all weather except heavy rain, extreme cold or windchill, ice and during weather advisories indicating hazardous driving conditions. After the hike we'll have a treat available for participants. Those individuals that register and complete all four Polar Hikes will receive an awesome City of Dublin Polar Hikes momento. The hikes will be in the following parks on the following dates: 1/13: Red Trabue, 1/27: Scioto Park, 2/10: Avery Park, 2/24: Kiwanis Park. Participants will register for each hike individually.

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    Read NoticeUnavailable144120-02Polar Hike Series01/27/18- 01/27/1810:00 AM- 11:00 AMSaScioto Park$9Birth and UpItem Details

    144134 - Decluttering Your Life

    NEW! Decluttering Your Life: This class is for anyone who struggles with clutter. We will discuss the different types of clutter that can show up in life, including physical clutter, time clutter and emotional clutter. We will discuss ways to identify and remove the clutter that is wasting space, time, money and energy.

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    146209 - Intermediate Ballroom

    The Intermediate Ballroom and Technique class will cover the swing, foxtrot, and rumba in greater detail. Participants should be familiar with the basics of these three social dances or should have taken one Beginner's Ballroom at Dublin Recreation Center. The class will focus on learning more steps, as well as how to lead and follow them with a variety of partners. Other technique will include an introduction to Cuban Motion and Footwork. Singles and couples are welcome. $139/$153 per couple or $89/$99 for singles (if you are registering as a single, please contact the front desk: 614.410.4550).

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    152105 - Beginner/Intermediate Pottery

    For both new and experienced ceramics students of all skill levels. New students begin with the basics of clay hand building techniques such as pinch pots, slab rolling and coils. Textures, color, shape and differing styles are introduced as well as glazing and finishing techniques. Time permitting we work on the basics of throwing on the potter's wheel. Experienced students can continue to refine their skills and work on ceramic projects of their own choice. The studio is open for independent ceramic projects; instructional aid is available for individualized assistance, project ideas and technical expertise. Students can practice wheel throwing, hand building and have access to high-fire and low-fire glaze applications. All supplies are included in the fee, including firings done by the on-site instructor.

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    Add to CartAvailable152105-02Beginner/Intermediat02/26/18- 04/02/1812:00 PM- 2:00 PMMDCRC$89/$9940 years and UpItem Details

    152111 - Hands In Clay-Open Studio

    During Open Studio, we welcome those with previous ceramic experience to share our space, equipment, and materials to create with clay. Open Studio is recommended for those who are familiar with the ceramic process, don’t need hands-on instruction, and feel confident working independently. An Open Studio moderator and other artists are present to assist with orientation and to share ideas and techniques. All supplies are included in the fee, including firings done by the on-site moderator. You must be a member of the Dublin Community Senior Citizens.

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    154110 - Chef's Best

    Meet one of the senior community's finest chefs and learn his secrets to preparing favorite specialties. Watch as Chef Todd teaches you to become a gourmet cook in your own kitchen to amaze your family and friends. Sampling follows each demonstration. Limit: 12. You must be a member of the Dublin Community Senior Citizens.

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    154600 - Coffee Concerto

    Begin your day with coffee and confections while listening to pianist Jack Widner perform. At 10am DCSC members enjoy an hour of relaxation before starting their daily routine. Refreshments sponsored by The Convalarium of Dublin.

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    Add to CartAvailable154600-03Coffee Concerto03/22/18- 03/22/1810:00 AM- 11:00 AMThDCRC$055 years and UpItem Details

    154650 - Tuesday Talk

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    156190 - Falun Dafa

    Falun Dafa (or Falun Gong) is an ancient meditation practice consisting of five sets of easy-to-learn gentle movements and meditation. It is a high-level cultivation practice which is guided by the characteristics of the universe - truthfulness, benevolence and forbearance. While the exercises have deep inner meanings, they also help to reduce stress and can bring great improvements in health and fitness.

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    156210 - Beginning Tai Chi

    The beginners Taoist Tai Chi class includes instruction in the 108 movements of the Taoist Tai Chi set. Each class builds on the one before with review and time for questions. The class progresses at a moderate pace in order to finish learning the sequence of movements in 13 weeks. It is not expected that participants have memorized all the movements prior to the end of class. The objective is to allow the students to follow the instructor through the entire sequence getting the benefits of the movements.

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