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Come bring your dancing shoes. You will definitely want to get signed up for our new line dancing class. No partner is required so this is a great way to get exercise and meet new people. This class is designed for beginners looking to learn the basics. See you on the dance floor!
Learn from the free presentations of our experts and have the opportunity over breakfast to chat and ask questions of them. Presentations and breakfasts will be held at the Ashwaubenon Community Center located at 900 Anderson Drive. Please call us at 920-492-2331 to register.
Looking to introduce the sport of baseball to the little ones? T-Ball is designed to introduce the game and skills of baseball to young players. Participants will learn skills such as batting, fielding, throwing and running. Unique and fun games will be incorporated into this fun class to help your child improve the skills they learn. Classes are designed to develop motor skills, promote physical fitness and create self-confidence. Come ready to learn and have fun! Parent participation is required.
The Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department, along with Western Racquet and Fitness Club is happy to be offering a Spring Indoor Tennis Clinic. This 1.5 hour clinic will cover all of the basics of tennis. This one time class is the perfect opportunity to see if tennis is the sport for your child. Don’t miss out on the fun, sign up today!
Get your golf swing fine-tuned for the summer. The Ashwaubenon Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department is now offering youth Golf Instruction from the Professional Staff at Highland Ridge. Whether you are just starting or have never picked up a club before, this program will teach you the necessary fundamentals to play the game of golf at a high level.
AS one of the world's most popular martial arts, Tae Kwon Do develops discipline, respect, balance, self esteem and coordination. loose fitting clothing is recommended and limited contact is expected. Participants must be at least 7 years old.
Blowing bubbles, putting face in water, back and front float with assistance, front crawl arm action, exit water on their own.
Enter & Exit water independently, front and back float with support, 3 bobs, blow bubbles, front and back crawl with assistance.
Fully submerge head & hold breath for 3 seconds, jump into water, 10 bobs, front float and back float unassisted 5 seconds, front & back glide 2 body lengths, front and back crawl unassisted 5 yards, retrieve a submerged object 2 times assisted.
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