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  1. Kids Club Playground Program - Cummings

    June 12, 2019, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Cummings

    Head to your nearest playground for some summer fun! We’ve got tons of activities for everyone—games, sports skills instruction, arts and crafts, nature activities, special events and more! Kids with all abilities and interests are welcome. Please indicate park choice on registration form. All participants must turn 6 by July 1st. Register now to reserve your spot. Ages 6-12

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  2. Kids Club Playground Program - Hazelnut

    June 12, 2019, 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM @ Hazelnut

    Head to your nearest playground for some summer fun! We’ve got tons of activities for everyone—games, sports skills instruction, arts and crafts, nature activities, special events and more! Kids with all abilities and interests are welcome. Please indicate park choice on registration form. All participants must turn 6 by July 1st. Register now to reserve your spot. Ages 6-12

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  3. Adult Tennis Lessons

    June 12, 2019, 6:15 PM - 8:15 PM @ Hidden Oaks Park

    Arden Hills & New Brighton have partnered to offer adult tennis lessons this Summer. Have fun, stay in shape and meet new friends while playing the lifetime sport of tennis! All classes are taught by USTA-trained instructors. Beginner classes are for those who have little or no tennis experience. Learn the basic strokes and begin to play. Advanced Beginner/Intermediate players continue developing their stroke consistency while learning net play, court coverage and match strategy.

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  4. Tai Chi Basic 1a: Walking Meditation

    June 12, 2019, 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM @ Community Room

    This class will introduce a series of Tai Chi walking poses. This set of movements requires that your stepping becomes steady over time. It continuously tests and improves your sense of physical and energetic balance through your legs and feet. As you develop the strength and energy in your legs, each move will naturally transfer into your core and arms, and then form a well-coordinated entire body movement. It is an accessible Mind-Body practice for soothing stress and maximizing function. Hongyi Lan, PhD-Instructor Hongyi has practiced Tai Chi Chuan for more than 25 years. She first learned Yang Style Tai Chi Chuan and then learned Wu Style Tai Chi Chuan from Master Liang Shan. Hongyi believes Tai Chi/QiGong is an ideal mind-body exercise for everyone. Master Lan is a scholar and teacher devoted to spreading these ancient exercises to as many people as possible.

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