TEXTILE, YOGA CLASSES START IN JULY

Registration starts this Saturday, May 13 at 10 a.m. at the at the Harvey Milk Recreation Center for the Arts or online at SfRecOnline.org. Not as many classes are offered during the summer months but Rec & Park still offers some great activities and classes. The complete catalogue of classes is available online http://sfrecpark.org/wp-content/uploads/Summer2017_catalogwcover.pdf?_ga=2.55961323.1780137126.1494267296-1941466767.1494090096 or pickup the 82-page catalogue at the Harvey Milk Center for the Arts.

Three textile classes begin in July at the Rec Center, including Creative Embroidery class on Wednesdays, 6:30-8:30 p.m. starting July 12. Taking the traditional sampler as a point of departure, students will learn several classic and artistic hand embroidery stitches. You will be inspired to draw and write with thread, embellish garments, and create original works of art. You will learn to add new technical skills to samplers each week, explore text and shading, and build your embroidery skills. The other textiles classes are: Intermediate Sewing, starting July 11 and Introduction to Sewing, July 13.

Healing Yoga will be offered on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-2:30 p.m., starting on August 8 and 10, respectively. Yoga is an ancient practice used for developing strength and balance between mind and body. These classes will build your knowledge and skill in addition to teaching fundamental poses which will increase your flexibility, enhance muscle tone, and improve coordination. We provide a certain number of mats but encourage you to bring your own.

Recreation and Parks offers Recreation Scholarships to eligible individuals and families. More than $1 million in scholarships in Rec and Parks programs has been provided. Ongoing eligibility is dependent on attendance record. Please call Lillian Bautista, Scholarship Coordinator, at (415) 831-2717 for information on how to qualify.
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