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This is a First Swing clinic designed to teach beginners and newcomers the Full Swing. The clinic is presented by a PGA Teaching Pro.
This tournament features a singles round robin format with boys’ and girls’ divisions. Ages 8 and younger play on a 36-foot court with 23-inch racquets. Ages 10 and younger play on a 60-foot court with 25-inch racquets. Free snacks and awards for players. Tournament Director: Jeremiah Casson
For adults with cognitive and developmental disabilities. Programs run daily from 10 a.m.-noon.
This four-week program is for adults who want to join a group lesson to fine tune their game or for league players who want a team practice.
Aerobic Kickboxing is a fusion of boxing, martial arts and aerobics usually done rhythmically to music.
If you are looking for a sport that your child can play for the rest of their life, tennis could be the answer. This program offers a four-week session for beginners. Options are available for one or two days per week (Mondays and/or Wednesdays).
ALTERNATE GOLF LEAGUE Looking for a way to get enjoy the golf course in less time or in a new way altogether? Designed to develop league play at Historic City Park Golf Course in Foot Golf and Short Game Golf.
Basic archery instruction will educate participants on parts of the bow, rules of the range and give plenty of opportunity to practice the skills.
Participants will learn the fundamental skills of creative art using different mediums and design templates.
Participants will create arts and crafts projects after receiving inspiration from reading and/or hearing an illustrated story from a book, movie, poster or other medium.
Art in the park meets street art. This unique event will mix extreme sports and art to push the boundaries and celebrate artistic expression in all forms.
Art focused performance enrichment program dedicated to promoting self-awareness, creative expression, imagination, teamwork and basic body/health awareness.
Participants will learn dance movements in a variety of partner dancing styles.
Did you know there is a baton twirling world champion? This activity improves hand-eye coordination while teaching children basic skills and tricks.
This four-week program is for adults who want to learn the game of tennis.
This four-week program for beginners introduces and reinforces fundamental tennis techniques.
Tae Kwon Do class teaches how to exercise the mind, body and spirit through martial arts movements. Participants also learn self-defense skills, self-discipline, and self-confidence.
This class offers a fun, low-impact workout that incorporates belly dance movements including warm-up, stretching and toning with light weight dumbbells and stretch bands.
This class offers a fun, low-impact workout that incorporates belly dance movements including warm-up, stretching, and toning with light dumbbells, and stretch bands.
Grab your field guides and boots and join BREC naturalists and local scientists as we document the diversity of life, or “biodiversity”, of Greenwood Community Park. This is a full 24 hour event starting on Friday and ending Saturday afternoon where experts and citizen scientists will search on land and water to find and identify as many species as humanly possible. You can participate by signing up to help document species with the help of scientists, by attending a scheduled hike or by visiting the Biodiversity Fair, were we will host special activities for kids and families to learn through hands on sampling, live animal encounters and more! Visit our webpage for details on scheduled hikes for both days focused on birds, reptiles and amphibians, plants, insects and more!