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Brambleton Center Calendar

  1. Chair Assisted Yoga (Ages 18+)

    November 20, 2021, 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
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    Brambleton Recreation Center

    Give yoga a try without the hassle of getting up and down! Improve balance, posture, coordination, & memory. Reduce stress through relaxation techniques- all from the edge of your seat! No experience necessary.

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  2. Aikido (Ages 18+)

    November 20, 2021, 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
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    Brambleton Recreation Center

    A Japanese martial art that relies on efficient body movements, not strength, to redirect the force of an attack and diffuse it using joint locks, throws, and pinning the attacker on the ground. Increase your body awareness, flexibility, & balance through principles that are practiced not only for self-defense but also helpful in daily life

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  3. Aikido for Beginners (Ages 18+)

    November 20, 2021, 9:30 AM - 11:30 AM
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    Brambleton Recreation Center

    Try this martial art that relies on efficient body movements, not strength, to redirect the force of an attack and diffuse it. Increase your body awareness, flexibility, & balance through principles that are practiced not only for self-defense but also helpful in daily life. Class meets 9/11-10/30.

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Explore Park Calendar

  1. Wooly Bears, Fall Facts, Folklore & More (Ages 3+)

    November 20, 2021, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
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    Explore Park

    Can a caterpillar forecast the upcoming winter weather? Can a tree? Find out what to look for, how to read the signs and make your own folklore predictions. For many years, farmers and mountain residents depended on signs and messages from nature to guide many of their planting, harvesting, and winter preparation decisions. Let’s explore facts and folklore and see if we can discover a connection. Children must be accompanied by a paid, registered adult.

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  2. Illuminights - Winter Walk of Lights

    November 20, 2021, 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM
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    Explore Park

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Green Ridge Recreation Center Calendar

  1. Puppy Kindergarten (Ages 18+)

    November 20, 2021, 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM
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    Green Ridge Recreation Center

    The single most important (and fun) thing you can do for your puppy? Puppy Kindergarten! For puppies 10-24 weeks old, socialization is crucial in order to help them become social, well-balanced dogs. While making lots of friends during off-leash playtime, your puppy will gain confidence by participating in activities and learning basic commands. Discussions for puppy parents include puppy development, house-training, destructive chewing, play-biting. Six week course.

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  2. Beginner Obedience (Ages 18+)

    November 20, 2021, 11:45 AM - 12:45 PM
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    Green Ridge Recreation Center

    Want a dog who listens better? In this basic training course, dog parents will learn how to best communicate with their dogs in order to teach them good manners. Positive reinforcement training methods are used to teach the following behaviors: touch, look, sit, down, stand, come, settle, wait, take, loose-leash walking, plus more. Other topics include parent separation, agility exercises, impulse control, and canine communication. Dogs must complete Puppy Kindergarten or be at least 6 months old. Six week course.

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  3. Intermediate Obedience

    November 20, 2021, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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    Green Ridge Recreation Center

    Now that your dog has learned some good manners, the next step is to apply those manners to real life situations while addressing commmon behavior problems like jumping on guests, door-dashing, pulling on the leash, not coming when called, etc. Behaviors taught incluse stay, place, leave it, heel, touch tag, and more. Dogs will be taught to respond to both verbal and non-verbal cues. Prerequisite: Graduation from our Beginner Obedience course or permission from High Hopes.

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