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Pickleball Program
Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the nation. A combination of ping-pong, tennis and badminton. No sports experience needed to play the game, just an interest in fun,fitnes and making new friends! You don’t have to be strong ,quick,tall or good at sports to play. It is a low impact game which requirres less rinning an is played on court smaller than a tennis court. You will use a paddle
and a wiffle ball. Easy to learn and fun to play.

*you must bring your own pickleball paddle*

Location:Alverthorpe Park Multi Purpose Court
Ages: 18 +
Dates: 9/22, 9/24, 9/29 & 10/1
Time: 10:00 AM-11:00 AM
Cost: $55.00 Per Person

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Zumba    
A latin based calorie burning easy to follow dance class. Prior dance knowldge is NOT required.

Location:Ardsley Community Center
Dates: Sunday's
Time: 11:00 AM
Cost: $5 Per Person

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Adult Evening Tennis Instruction
Beginner, intermediate, and advanced level tennis instruction will be offered to adult Abington Township residents. Classes will be held on the tennis courts at the Abington Junior High School every Tuesday and Thursday evenings. The program will be divided into instruction time and match time depending on your skill level. All levels are welcome. Certified tennis professional Bill Strain will lead the group with his extensive knowledge of the game and inviting personality.


Location: Abington Junior High School
Ages: 17 and over
Date: Session I - Tues. & Thurs. April 29 - May 29, 2014
Session II - Tues. & Thurs., June 3 - July 3, 2014
Time: 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Cost: $60 R / $75 NR per Session

REGISTRATION: Please print the registration form and return with payment to Abington Parks & Recreation (Checks payable to "Abington Township")

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Aikido At Ardsley

Aikido teaches self-defense using techniques of evasion, immobilization, and redirection to avoid an attack and then control the attacker. Students will learn to use the opponent’s force by neutralizing the aggressor’s actions. Self-defense, coordination, physical fitness, and confidence are all reasons to study Aikido. Children’s classes are open to all skill levels.

Adults interested please see the
dates and times in the youth
program session.
Cost: $50 R $60 NR
Cost: $80 R $95 NR(IV, V)
Cost: $50 R / $60 NR (per Session)
REGISTRATION: Please print the registration form and return with payment to Abington Parks & Recreation (Checks payable to "Abington Township")

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Black Belt Club
Do you want to train more seriously? Attend all the classes you want!  If your goal is a black belt, this extra training will accelerate your Aikido skills!

Location:
Ardsley Community Center
Ages: All Ages
Dates: See AIKIDO Session Dates
Cost: $80 R $95 NR
REGISTRATION: Please print the registration form and return with payment to Abington Parks & Recreation (Checks payable to "Abington Township")

 

 

 

 


Roychester Community House
2002 Parkview Avenue
Abington, PA 19001
For information contact Carole Capps at 215-514-1866


Hope Lodge
The Hope Lodge is a non-profit historical site located in Fort Washington, PA. The lodge is one of the most beautiful Georgian mansions in the country. In addition to educational camps, art shows, focus exhibits, car show, encampment re-enactments and summer concerts visitors can arrange individual or group tours of the home and Mather Mill: learn about colonial revival furniture and past owner of the mansion. For more information call 215-646-1595 or visit the web site at www.ushistory.org/hope.

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