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    133102 - Guitar Lessons

    Learn acoustic guitar from Derek Mortland, whose 30+ years of experience includes national and international music festivals and artist residencies with the Ohio Arts Council and VSA Ohio. This class teaches chord structures, basic scales, and the building blocks of music. Play songs of today and classic rock of yesterday. Bring your own guitar or use one of ours. For information call Derek at 614.296.8327 or Scott Hanks at 614.410.4557.

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    144231 - Beginning Japanese I

    Gain a basic knowledge and skills to speak, read, and comprehend the Japanese language. Learn pronunciation, read hiragana greetings, numbers, basic grammar, vocabulary and conversation in this eight week class.

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    Read NoticeFull144231-02Beginning Japanese I03/24/15- 05/12/15 5:45P- 7:15PTuDCRC$120/$13218 years and UpItem Details

    144232 - Beginning Japanese II

    Learn additional hiragana (part 2), phrases for telephone conversations, telling the time, verb conjugation (masu-form), reading numbers (101 through 9,999), particles such as "o", "ga", "ne", and include a basic vocabulary of approximately 200 words. Students’ pronunciation is monitored as well as the utilization of learned grammatical content. Skills for the week’s learning objectives are practiced with the goal of increasing fluency in Japanese. Homework is given each week to improve skills. Prerequisite for this class is Beginning Japanese I.

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    144362 - Wine Tasting with Soine Vineya

    Travel to Soine Vineyards winery to conduct a wine tasting of select wines that have been grown and produced at the local vineyard. Participants be 21 years of age and must bring a valid ID.

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    145220 - iCloud Basics

    Gain a deeper understanding of how to use Apple’s iCloud service. Greatly misunderstood, but very important, iCloud is full of great features including wireless syncing, tracking a lost/stolen device, and iCloud Drive for storing files. We always have plenty of time for questions.

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    242101 - 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 CartAvailable242101-02Pottery Open Studio05/07/15- 06/18/15 6:30P- 8:30PThDCRC$119/$13118 years and UpItem Details

    242113 - Not the Same Old Craft

    Join the Columbus Museum of Art and take a creative twist on classic crafts such as ornaments, greeting cards, or coasters. Make something unexpected that will be a great conversation piece at your next soiree. You will never look at scissors and glue the same way again.

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    Add to CartAvailable242113-02Not the Same Old Cra05/16/15- 05/16/15 9:00A- 12:00PSaDCRC$35/$4518 years and UpItem Details

    244123 - Vegetarian Lifestyle 101

    Join author and blogger; Cindy Gordon exploring how to successfully navigate a vegetarian lifestyle. Wondering about vegetarianism or thinking about becoming a vegetarian? Learn about the history, benefits and types of vegetarians. Gain tips and advice on how to transition to a vegetarian lifestyle. A cooking demonstration is provided in this course. A cooking demonstration is included in this class.

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    244201 - Decoding Wedding Planning

    The traditional 12-month wedding planning timeline can be overwhelming for a couple to tackle on their own. Join Susan Knapik, owner of the Wedding Assistant of Columbus where she'll break down the wedding timeline into three, manageable 4-month sections and provides tips and tricks for finding vendors, DIY projects, planning on a budget, and commonly forgotten tasks. This is a package of all three courses. Participants may choose to take all three sections, or only the one(s) corresponding to their current phase of planning.

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    Add to CartAvailable244201-01Decoding the Wedding05/11/15- 06/01/15 6:00P- 9:00PMDCRC$100/$11018 years and UpItem Details

    244202 - Decoding Wedding Planning Time

    The traditional 12-month wedding planning timeline can be overwhelming for a couple to tackle on their own. Join Susan Knapik, owner of the Wedding Assistant of Columbus where she'll going over part one of this three course series: 8-12 months out planning timeline. Topics include: organization of planning materials, budget, dates and venues, and first phase details and vendors.

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    244203 - Decoding Wedding Planning

    The traditional 12-month wedding planning timeline can be overwhelming for a couple to tackle on their own. Join Susan Knapik, owner of the Wedding Assistant of Columbus where she'll going over part two of this three course series: 4-7 months out planning timeline. Topics include: Save the dates, invitations and guest lists, attire, second phase details and vendors.

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    244204 - Decoding Wedding Planning

    The traditional 12-month wedding planning timeline can be overwhelming for a couple to tackle on their own. Join Susan Knapik, owner of the Wedding Assistant of Columbus where she'll going over part one of this three course series: 0-3 months out planning timeline. Topics include: Wedding day timeline, music, ceremony and reception details, final phase details, how to make sure you can have fun and enjoy your wedding day.

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    Add to CartAvailable244204-01Decoding Wedding Pla06/01/15- 06/01/15 6:00P- 9:00PMDCRC$40/$5018 years and UpItem Details

    244260 - Coffee and Chocolate 101

    For the coffee novice and aficionado, learn the lifecycle of coffee, from bean to shelf. Explore the different varieties of coffee and chocolate Winans has to offer. Receive an introduction on chocolates and how both coffee and chocolate complement each other.

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    Add to CartAvailable244260-02Coffee and Chocolate05/19/15- 05/19/15 6:00P- 7:00PTuDCRC$20/$3018 years and UpItem Details

    244300 - The Single Malt Scotches

    The earliest record of distilling in Scotland was in 1494, when an entry in the Exchequer Rolls stated "Eight bolls of malt to Friar John Cor wherewith to make aqua vitae" (Latin for 'water of life'). The practice still thrives, though the number of distilleries have drastically reduced. Learn about this fascinating ‘water of life’ and taste the five regions of Scotch whisky! Participants must be 21 years of age and must bring a valid ID to class.

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    Add to CartAvailable244300-01The Single Malt Scot04/27/15- 04/27/15 6:30P- 9:00PMTutto Vino$5021 years and UpItem Details

    244301 - The Art of Food & Wine Pairing

    Food and Wine Pairing… Art or Science… or a Myth? Pairing is more art than science… based on individual experience and preferences. We use the Six Noble Varietals to experiment with pairings and build a five-course dinner menu. Participants must be at least 21 years of age and must bring a valid ID to class. If you have any dietary restrictions and food allergies, please contact Carla Doty at the time of registration: cdoty@dublin.oh.us or 614.410.4571.

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    Add to CartAvailable244301-01The Art of Food & Wi05/11/15- 05/11/15 6:30P- 9:30PMTutto Vino$5021 years and UpItem Details

    244302 - Food and Wine Dinner

    A follow up to the menu designed by the Food and Wine Pairing class, we enjoy a five-course dinner, exploring the flavors of food and wine involved. Understand the art behind food and wine pairing, explore the flavors of the food and wine, and learn how to pair food and wine for a maximum experience. Participants must be 21 years of age and must bring a valid ID to class. If you have any dietary restrictions and food allergies, please contact Carla Doty at the time of registration: cdoty@dublin.oh.us or 614.410.4571.

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    Add to CartAvailable244302-01Food and Wine Dinner06/01/15- 06/01/15 6:30P- 9:30PMTutto Vino$7921 years and UpItem Details

    245210 - Tips and Tricks for iPad & iPh

    Learn about some tasks that everyone should know how to do. These tasks include things like saving photos that are attached to an email or text message and saving PDF files for reference in the iBooks app. We will also take a deeper look into the Settings app to discover some helpful things you may have never noticed. This is an intermediate level class.

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    245211 - Eight Great Apps for iPad/iPho

    Identify a few of the more useful apps that are available for iPad and iPhone. These apps can submit photos from your phone to CVS, order and mail printed greeting cards and check out library materials right on your device. There are also apps for the music lover, the lifelong learner and those who want to keep the brain sharp with mental exercises. Come and explore some of the more interesting and useful things your iDevices can do for you!

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    245215 - iPhone-Not Just A Phone

    Finally, a class to help you get the most out of understanding and using your iPhone! We discuss the features and process of operating your iPhone. We'll focus on basics like the physical features of the iPhone, the Phone app and the App Store for finding more apps. We will also cover some basic vocabulary and terms that will help us understand how the iPhone operates. Please come to this class with your Apple ID and password. Session 2 will focus on the big questions of using the iPhone’s built in GPS app Maps, sending text messages and using the Camera app for taking great pictures/video. Session 3 will focus on yet a few more important pre-installed apps. This time we’ll look at Calendars, Contacts, and how to use FaceTime for making videoconferencing calls over the internet for free! Session 4 will cover using Siri, you’re voice activated digital assistant. We’ll also look at using the Mail app for email and Safari for surfing the Web.

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    Add to CartAvailable245215-01iPhone-Not Just A Ph05/17/15- 06/07/15 1:00P- 3:00PSuDCRC$52/$6218 years and UpItem Details

    245230 - Library eContent: Apple Users

    Learn how to access free eBooks, digital movies and television shows, digital music, and digital audiobooks with your Apple device. After an introduction to the types of content available, we’ll learn how to view content on Apple laptops, tablets, and smart phones. Students should bring the device they wish to use and have a library card in good standing from a local system (Dublin/Columbus Metropolitan, Worthington, Upper Arlington). This class is free to attend, but please bring a canned good to donate to the Dublin Food Pantry. Register early, space is limited.

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    Read NoticeFull245230-01Library eContent: Ap04/08/15- 04/08/15 7:00P- 9:00PWDCRC$018 years and UpItem Details

    245232 - Library eContent: Kindle Users

    Learn how to access free eBooks, digital movies and television shows, digital music, and digital audiobooks with your Android or Nook device. After an introduction to the types of content available, we’ll learn how to view content on Kindles. Students should bring the device they wish to use and have a library card in good standing from a local system (Dublin/Columbus Metropolitan, Worthington, Upper Arlington). This class is free to attend, but please bring a canned good to donate to the Dublin Food Pantry. Register early, space is limited.

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    Add to CartAvailable245232-01Library eContent: An05/13/15- 05/13/15 7:00P- 9:00PWDCRC$018 years and UpItem Details

    246205 - Beginning Ballroom

    Beginner’s learn the basics of Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Cha Cha, Rumba, and Swing. Whether you are looking for a new, fun hobby, to meet new people, or to brush up on your dance skills, you’ll gain a better understanding of ballroom dance. The class covers basic steps and technique as well as social dance etiquette. $99/$109 per couple or $59/$69 for singles (if registering as a single, please contact contact the front desk to register: 614.410.4550).

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    246210 - Spring/Summer Divot League

    The popular Divot Leaue is back for 2015, and we are always looking for new, casual golfers. The Divot group meets on Wednesday evenings at 6 pm. The first one-half hour is a professional instructional clinic with the golf pro at Safari Golf Club then tee it up for on-course play. The format is a fun way to learn or improve your game by going beyond lessons and onto the course to play. For 2015, there is a flat-rate fee, includes cart, this is all you will pay for the entire 12 weeks, no weekly fee. Join in for a summer of golf, friends, and fun. This course is held at Safari Golf Club, 4853 Powell Road, Powell, OH 43065.

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    252135 - Let's Paint Together

    Watercolor is a vehicle for the most beautiful artistic expression. Intermediate level painters work in a small group in this watercolor open studio setting. Hands-on instruction is provided by artist Davoodi. Paintings come from photographs, still life, and nature. Supply list is available.

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    256410 - Yoga for Every Body

    Whatever your body type or fitness level, you can enjoy the benefits of yoga. Yoga increases flexibility and strength while reducing stress and tension. No need to be intimidated by those hard-bodied pretzel poses, this class introduces a gentle sequence of poses that can be done anytime. Please bring a bath towel or blanket, small pillow and a yoga sticky mat to each class.

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    342101 - 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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    342110 - Celebrating the Small Stuff

    Participate in a group discussion/introduction led by the facilitator exploring ways we as individuals can celebrate, what we might see as, insignificant things in our lives. The group will journal responding to prompting questions regarding this topic. Individuals will then create a two or three dimensional art piece responding to the subject at hand. Individuals will then journal about their art experience and participate in a group discussion regarding their experiences and proposed changes in their life.

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    342115 - Souvenir Store with CMA

    Everyone relishes that perfect poster, t-shirt, hat, or postcard commemorating a special occasion. Join the Columbus Museum of Art where together, we'll hand-make the ephemera that surround your favorite memories.

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    344123 - Vegetarian Lifestyle 101

    Join author and blogger; Cindy Gordon exploring how to successfully navigate a vegetarian lifestyle. Wondering about vegetarianism or thinking about becoming a vegetarian? Learn about the history, benefits and types of vegetarians. Gain tips and advice on how to transition to a vegetarian lifestyle. A cooking demonstration is provided in this course. A cooking demonstration is included in this class.

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    Add to CartAvailable344123-01Vegetarian Lifestyle07/25/15- 07/25/15 9:00A- 11:00ASaDCRC$42/$5218 years and UpItem Details

    344125 - Gluten Free 101

    Join author and blogger of Vegetarian Mamma; Cindy Gordon, where she'll share tips and tricks to make a gluten free lfestyle a success. Topics covered: Going gluten free in the kitchen, bathroom, grocery store, restaurants. A cooking demonstration is included in this course. Each student will receive one of Cindy's gluten free cookbooks and a box of gluten free baking mix.

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    344231 - Beginning Japanese I

    Gain a basic knowledge and skills to speak, read, and comprehend the Japanese language. Learn pronunciation, read hiragana greetings, numbers, basic grammar, vocabulary and conversation in this eight week class.

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    Add to CartAvailable344231-01Beginning Japanese I07/21/15- 09/15/15 5:45P- 7:15PTuDCRC$120/$13218 years and UpItem Details

    344232 - Beginning Japanese 2

    Learn additional hiragana (part 2), phrases for telephone conversations, telling the time, verb conjugation (masu-form), reading numbers (101 through 9,999), particles such as "o", "ga", "ne", and include a basic vocabulary of approximately 200 words. Students’ pronunciation is monitored as well as the utilization of learned grammatical content. Skills for the week’s learning objectives are practiced with the goal of increasing fluency in Japanese. Homework is given each week to improve skills. Prerequisite for this class is Beginning Japanese I.

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    344350 - Kinetic Kitchen

    Better health begins with eating right. Andy and Andrew are the two founders of Kinetic, a locally-based gourmet food truck with the health-conscious. Through this class, you will learn amazing recipes and why they matter from the experts. Whether its chicken pesto pasta with wilted kale and zucchini noodles or flank steak with purple potatoes and a quinoa medley, the Kinetic Kitchen makes eating healthier both delicious and fun. If you have any dietary restrictions and food allergies, please contact Carla Doty at the time of registration: cdoty@dublin.oh.us or 614.410.4571.

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    344351 - Get Your Food Truck Rolling

    Food trucks are a rapidly growing and prominent industry in the Columbus community, as well as in major cities across the nation. From afar, the food truck life looks exhilarating and enjoyable - attending concerts, festivals and sporting events - and it is! Yet there is much more happening behind the order window. This class is for those who have ever wondered what it's like to own or work on a food truck as well as for those who have ever thought about starting one of their own! The founders of Kinetic take you through the steps of what it's really like to be a food truck owner.

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    345212 - ApplePay/Passbook Special Topi

    Apple recently introduced a new way for iPhone owners to pay for items at retailers all over the country. This new method means that you can pay for items without ever getting out your wallet. Instead, you can now use your iPhone to pay for things, in retail stores as well is right on your device. We’ll discuss using ApplePay, security concerns, and the Passbook app, which works hand in hand with ApplePay.

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    345231 - Library eContent: Nook/Android

    Learn how to access free eBooks, digital movies and television shows, digital music, and digital audiobooks with your Android or Nook device. After an introduction to the types of content available, we’ll learn how to view content on laptops, Nooks and other dedicated eBook devices, tablets, and smart phones. Students should bring the device they wish to use and have a library card in good standing from a local system (Dublin/Columbus Metropolitan, Worthington, Upper Arlington). This class is free to attend, but please bring a canned good to donate to the Dublin Food Pantry. Register early, space is limited.

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    345233 - Getting Quality Health & Welln

    The Internet makes much health information available, but much of it is of dubious quality. Vendors often provide invalid or medically unproven claims to support what is in fact a mere sales pitch rather than an effort to provide quality information.Trusted Information can be found. Let’s explore how. This class is free to attend, but please bring a canned good to donate to the Dublin Food Pantry. Register early, space is limited.

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    346006 - Kayaking with a Naturalist on

    Join our naturalist on a trip down the Scioto. We’ll look for birds, trees, and learn about the history of the river. Olentangy Paddle will email participants one week in advance with a program itinerary, transportation logistics, and weather alerts. All equipment, including boats, life jackets, and paddles are included. Wear clothing suitable for getting splashed and layers if chilly. Participants are required to wear tennis shoes or water shoes. No flip-flops. Bikes may be provided for individuals wishing to bike back to the launch (bring a helmet if so) instead of parking a car at the other end or walking. Session, including trip, is approximately 2 hours, 3 miles. Launch is from Amberleigh Park, 4715 Vista Ridge Dr. Dublin 43017. To reserve bikes or for additional questions about the program, contact info@olentangypaddle.com.

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    346007 - The Health of our Waterways

    Join the Ohio Department of Natural Resources and learn how to measure a river's health by catching macroinvertebrates (bugs without backbones). Olentangy Paddle will email participants one week in advance with a program itinerary, transportation logistics, and weather alerts. All equipment, including boats, life jackets, and paddles are included. Wear clothing suitable for getting splashed and layers if chilly. Participants are required to wear water shoes or tennis shoes, no flip-flops. Bikes may be provided for individuals wishing to bike back to the launch (bring a helmet if so) instead of parking a car at the other end or walking. Session, including trip, is approximately 1.5 hours, 3 miles. Launch is from Amberleigh Park, 4715 Vista Ridge Dr. Dublin 43017 To reserve bikes or for additional questions about the program, contact info@olentangypaddle.com.

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    346008 - Yoga for Kayakers

    Join us for a relaxing stress-reliver yoga session before we float down the Scioto River. Led by a yoga expert, we'll do some moderate warm-up stretching before we take relaxing trip downt he river. Olentangy Paddle will email participants one week in advance with a program itinerary, transportation logistics, and weather alerts. All equipment, including boats, life jackets, and paddles are included. Wear clothing suitable for getting splashed and layers if chilly. Participants are required to wear tennis shoes or water shoes. Bikes may be provided for individuals wishing to bike back to the launch (bring a helmet if so) instead of parking a car at the other end or walking. Session, including trip, is approximately 2 hours, 3 miles. Launch is from Amberleigh Park, 4715 Vista Ridge Dr. Dublin 43017 To reserve bikes or for additional questions about the program, contact info@olentangypaddle.com.

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    Add to CartAvailable346008-02Yoga for Kayakers07/19/15- 07/19/1510:00A- 12:00PSuAmberleigh Park$5018 years and UpItem Details

    346010 - Adult Sailing Instruction

    Learn to sail at local club with a history of over 40 years of instruction. Leatherlips Yacht Club has taught more than 3,000 children and adults to sail. Pleasantly sited on the west shore of O’Shaughnessy Reservoir across from the Columbus Zoo, the clubhouse has a large patio close to the water. All classes are held at Leatherlips Yacht Club’s facility at 9230 Shawnee Trail, Powell, OH 43065. The clubhouse has changing facilities and showers. It is recommended and required that students bring their own personal flotation device to class.

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    Add to CartAvailable346010-01Adult Sailing Instru06/02/15- 06/25/15 6:00P- 9:30PTu, ThLeather Lips Yacht C$26518 years and UpItem Details
    Add to CartAvailable346010-02Adult Sailing Instru07/07/15- 07/30/15 6:00P- 9:30PTu, ThLeather Lips Yacht C$26518 years and UpItem Details

    346011 - Learn to Stand Up Paddleboard

    The team at Project 908 are an experienced group of Stand Up Paddleboarders (SUP) who have SUPed all over the world from whitewater, flatwater to surfing. With their years of experience making boards, paddling boards and instructing classes enable us to offer a class that meets the needs of a beginner SUPer. Begin with on land instruction to cover the basics regarding boards, paddle stroke, standing up and safety. Following 20 minutes of on land instruction we head to the water. The instructor stays with the class to ensure each pupil stands up and SUPs. Participants must dress appropriately for an outdoor, water activity. Participants should be comfortable in water where they cannot touch while wearing a life jacket.

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    Add to CartAvailable346011-01Learn to Stand Up Pa06/13/15- 06/13/15 9:00A- 10:30ASaTwin Lakes$5018 years and UpItem Details
    Add to CartAvailable346011-02Learn to Stand Up Pa07/18/15- 07/18/15 9:00A- 10:30ASaTwin Lakes$5018 years and UpItem Details
    Add to CartAvailable346011-03Learn to Stand Up Pa08/08/15- 08/08/15 9:00A- 10:30ASaTwin Lakes$5018 years and UpItem Details

    346208 - Beginning Ballroom

    Beginner’s learn the basics of Waltz, Foxtrot, Tango, Cha Cha, Rumba, and Swing. Whether you are looking for a new, fun hobby, to meet new people, or to brush up on your dance skills, you’ll gain a better understanding of ballroom dance. The class covers basic steps and technique as well as social dance etiquette. $99 per couple or $59/$69 for singles (if registering as a single, please contact contact the front desk to register: 614.410.4550.

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    Add to CartAvailable346208-01Beginning Ballroom06/04/15- 07/23/15 7:30P- 8:30PThDCRC$99/$10918 years and UpItem Details
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