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Ultimate Frisbee League
(18yrs - Adults)
Ultimate Frisbee is an exciting, non-contact team sport Ultimate is a fast-paced game, demanding its players to develop razor sharp throwing skills and immense stamina and agility. Ultimate is sport is a sport that has self-officiating and promote Spirit of the Game. This means players know the game and rules inside out and understand the meaning of fair play. Ultimate is an intense sport but it’s also very friendly for beginners as well. Beginners get involved and can get competitive at a fun level. Sound like it’s for you, even slightly? Then come on in and join Ultimate Frisbee League. Games begin September 19 and are played Tuesday and Thursday nights starting at 5:30PM at Old Mill Park. Each team plays 6 games followed by playoffs. Teams need a minimum of 7 players with at least 3 Females on the team but
no more than 14 players total per team. 2 Females must be on the field during the game. Location: Old Mill Park.
Captains Meeting will be Thursday September 7th, 6PM at Dorothy Hart Community Center

Must be 18+ to play in the League.

Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:30PM- 8PM
September 19- November 1
$350 Team Fee
Deadline to register teams is September 5, 2017. No Online Registering. Must register at DHCC. Click here for flier and registration form to bring with you to DHCC at registration.

Super Senior Wildcat Club
Join a naturalist and make a friend while exploring in the outdoors. For this series we’ll visit a new park each time. Be prepared to hike up to an hour and bring water and a sack lunch and we’ll picnic together at the end. Some trails are not paved and can be rugged in spots. Sessions consist of four hikes. Pre-registration required.
Instructor: Linda Bailey.
Location: Motts Run Nature Center.

Tuesdays, 11:00am-12:30pm
September 12-(Dixon)
October 10-(Alum Spring)
November 14-(Old Mill)
December 12-(Motts)
$25/$30 (resident/non-resident)


Beginner & Advanced Skills Pickleball Lessons
Pickleball is the fastest growing adult sport in the country. Played on a badminton court with the net lowered to 34 inches, the sport encompasses elements of tennis, racquetball and
ping-pong. All available courses are four (4) weeks in length and all equipment is provided .In the beginner’s course, instructors Mike Curry and Noel Lowery will teach the basic skills of the
sport including equipment, game play, rules, scoring, strokes, serve and game etiquette. All equipment provided. The advance course will teach skills, tactics and strategies to work on consistency in basic shots, coming to the nets and dinks.

Each program lesson is open to a maximum of 12 participants.

Location: Memorial Park.
Mondays, 9:00am - 11:00am
October 2 - 23 (Beginner and Advanced Lessons)
Beginner Skill Lesson: $40/$45 (residents/non-residents)
Advanced Skill Lesson: $25/$30 (residents/nonresidents

Open Play Pickleball

Looking to have fun playing Pickle ball with other local participants? Open play is held weekly (weather permitting) at Memorial Park from 8:30am-12:30pm. Open to Beginners/
Intermediate/Advance. This format will be evaluated, and changes will be made accordingly.

Adult Tennis
18yrs & above
This course is for those players who have mastered the basic strokes and are interested in playing at a higher level. Class will include high level Singles and Doubles tennis drills and some match play. Situational tennis will also be reviewed in class. The class will be structured for those who are playing USTA team tennis or tournaments.

Instructor: Certified teaching professionals, and players Mr. Christoforatos use to run his clinics.
Location: Memorial (Kenmore) Tennis Courts
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 7:00pm – 8:00pm
September 12 – October 19
$60 for Monday only (residents/non-res)
$100 for both days

Eagle Claw Kung Fu
Kung fu is one of the most well-known terms for Chinese selfdefense. Translated as “skill in action,” kung fu is an avenue to strengthen the body, the mind, and to focus one’s energy. Eagle Claw kung fu is best known for its leg strength, fluidity, dynamic jumping and kicking, and its 108 joint-locking techniques. Students can expect to be challenged through a workout of dynamic stretching and kung fu basics that include punching, kicking, maneuvering, and jumping. This class is taught in a traditional martial arts format, so students will also learn Chinese martial arts tradition, protocols, and history. Student should come to class wearing loose-fitting pants, a plain t-shirt, and lightweight shoes.

Instructor: Wolfram Birkenbeul-Hesse Location: Dorothy Hart Community Center
Wednesdays, 6:00pm – 7:30pm
$40/$50 (residents/non-residents)

Isshinryu Karate
8yrs – Adult
This program is for adults and children alike to help develop coordination, muscle tone, and self confidence. The instructor does more than teach the basic karate movements; he also works
on discipline and respect for others. It’s a fun, inexpensive way to experience all the value of a martial arts program. And parents, you can take it with your kids! Location: Dorothy Hart Community Center.

Saturdays, 10:00am – 12:00pm
September 9 – October 14
November 4 – December 16 (No class November 24)
$35/$45 (residents/non-residents)