Registration opens soon for spring courses in Plymouth

10:59 PM, Mar. 6, 2013  |  Comments
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The Plymouth School District Community Education and Recreation will offer a range of courses this spring.

In addition to fitness classes from aquatics to Zumba, a number of general-interest and youth courses are scheduled.

New courses include:

? Family Fit Gym: One adult and one child ages 5-10 will team up and get fit through circuit training, physical education games and relay races.

? Kids Spring Sampler: Boys and girls can learn something new each week, including jewelry and beading, smoothies and homemade ice cream, fabric art and fun in the garden with a scavenger hunt.

? Earth Day the Lorax Way: Kids ages 8 and up and adults will make whimsical cake pops, cupcakes and other Earth Day-themed treats.

? Mom & Me Pampering: Mothers and daughters ages 10 and up will make a scented body scrub, practice hand massage, and learn other fun ways to let go of daily tension.

? Pottery/Ceramics: This class is for people who want to learn about hand building with clay and glazing. Learn different techniques to make ceramic pieces for your household.

? New Games: Sample many, many games that can be played in educational, recreational and family settings.

? Car Basics: Instruction will include changing windshield wipers, identifying fluids and checking fluid levels, changing a tire, what to do when in a fender bender, where the fuses are and how to change them, replacing a headlight and a taillight, timely maintenance, and understanding the owner's manual and how it keeps your car young.

? Shell Jewelry: Participants will design a unique and fun shell bracelet with matching earrings.

? Seed to Salad -
Growing and Cooking with Culinary Herbs: Learn to grow, harvest and use culinary herbs for some of life's most delightful cuisine experiences.

? Tea Time: Share the evening and a cup of tea with a certified tea specialist.

? Basic Massage: Participants will learn basic chair massage techniques that will ease tension in the body.

? Intro to Energy Work: Learn about personal energy or life force, energy meridians, chakras and the auric field. Hands-on activities will accompany each new level of information.

? Capacitar 2: This class features additional new and effective ways to manage stress, revitalize self, enhance healing and promote positive thinking.

? 1-Meter Diving Club: Students ages 8-19 are invited to get a taste of competitive diving. Learn approaches and the five dive types: forward, back, reverse, inward and twist.

? Revival: Designed to address stiffness, flexibility and strengthening, this class will encourage therapeutic exercises that you can continue to do in & outside of the home.

? Zumba/Combo/Core: This is a split class of classic Zumba and Zumba Toning.

Registration opens Tuesday, March 12. Online registration will be available for most courses at This option, which carries a $4 service charge, allows people to pay with a credit card and also to receive immediate confirmation of enrollment.

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