Summer Karate Schedule Change

by Alison on July 14, 2014

For the summer- starting immediately, classes for children, teens and adults will be held on Saturdays from 10:30am-12noon, and on Sundays from 1-2:30pm. Younger children who tire out will be dismissed early. If you’ve been waiting to train with your child, now is your chance! On Mondays and Wednesdays children from ages 4-12 will have class from 5-5:45pm; there will be no 4:30 class for younger children until September. Our Thursday night 7pm adult and teen karate class will move to Tuesday night at 8pm starting July 22nd. Osu!

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Summer Music

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Super Summer Special 2014

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Karate Promotion Test Sunday, June 8th

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MMA & FFC Will Appear at the Church Avenue Festival

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Music for Aardvarks Spring Session Starts April 23

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