Norwich Recreation is offering 3 adult programs to start out your new year on the right foot - YOGA, TABATA Bootcamp & SNOWSHOEING. If there is a lack of snow the Snowshoeing class will still take place, as outdoor adventure outings. For more information or to register, go to www.norwich.vt.us Departments Recreation On-line Registration. We also run an ongoing Pa Kua Chang Kung Fu class on Friday evenings from 6 – 8pm in Tracy Hall, taught by expert Glenn Gurman. For this class, participants may register on site. For more information regarding the Kung Fu call 802-649-1616. ~ Jill Kearney Niles – Norwich Recreation Director 802-649-1419 x. 109
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