UPDATE: Family Free Day at the Adorni on September 17, 2016

This update adds a second Zumba class with Greg Parnell at 5PM to our event line-up on 9/17.

family free day advance

SAVE SEPTEMBER 17, 2016!

FREE!It might be hard to believe but yes, it’s really been 25 years – one quarter of a century – since The Adorni Community Center opened its doors. (Wow, where does the time go?)

In honor of The Adorni’s 25th Annniversay (can you believe it’s been 25 years already?) we’re going to have some big events in September:

  • Family Free Day on September 17
  • Body Combat Launch on September 23 and 24. (formerly 9/24 & 9/30)

What’s happening on Family Free Day?

Virtually everything at the Adorni will be free September 17, whether you’re a member of you’re not. We’ll even have child care for ages three to eight so parents can have a good time and not have to worry about the little ones.

Program & Instructor Time
Zumba led by Michaele 11am-12pm
Body Combat led by Pablo & Astrid 12-1pm
Jewelry Class Demo conducted by Katie 1:15-2pm
Creative Escapes Demo conducted by Katie 2:15-3pm
Improv/Acting Class Demo led by Dev 3:30-4:30
Zumba led by Greg 5pm-6pm

Child care will be offered FREE during these times blocks in the Conference Room:

  • 9-11am
  • 11am-1pm
  • 1pm-3pm

Parents MUST be present in the building in order for their child to participate. Ages three to eight are welcome. Staff will provide positive, enriching programming including arts & crafts, group games, and a singing songs. Spaces are limited and participants will be accepted on a first come first served basis.

Follow us on social media to find out more: #AdorniFreeDay #Adorni25

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