Dance classes begin Sunday

Ballroom/social dance classes will be starting a new session Sunday. Here is your chance to try an activity increasing in popularity. Grab your spouse or a friend and enjoy the challenge of learning something new. Instructor Timothy Nyman, from Black Tie Dance Studio, will guide you through the foxtrot, waltz, rumba, and more. The next session of classes will be held on Sundays at the Ernsthausen Community Center Mini Gym. A beginner/Level 1 class will be held 2:30 to 4 p.m. and Intermediate/Level 2 class will be held 4 to 5:30 P.M. Participants 16 years and older may register. Cost is $14 per couple at time of registration, and $40 paid to the instructor at the first class. All participants must be registered by Friday.
Norwalk Reflector Staff
Jul 25, 2010

Ballroom/social dance classes will be starting a new session Sunday. Here is your chance to try an activity increasing in popularity. Grab your spouse or a friend and enjoy the challenge of learning something new.

Instructor Timothy Nyman, from Black Tie Dance Studio, will guide you through the foxtrot, waltz, rumba, and more. The next session of classes will be held on Sundays at the Ernsthausen Community Center Mini Gym. A beginner/Level 1 class will be held 2:30 to 4 p.m. and Intermediate/Level 2 class will be held 4 to 5:30 P.M. Participants 16 years and older may register. Cost is $14 per couple at time of registration, and $40 paid to the instructor at the first class. All participants must be registered by Friday.

Low back and hip pain solutions seminar is scheduled from 7 to 9 p.m. Nov. 15. Low back and hip pain is experienced by many people. There are multiple solutions to treating the pain; some include simple changes in our daily activities. Join Dr. Darrell Witherell, D.C., as he explains how there are multiple solutions to treat this pain, such as chiropractic care, exercise, and diet. Participants may register by Sunday for a cost of $5 per person. The class will be held at the Ernsthausen Community Center meeting room.

S.H.O.E String Traveling Volleyball League S.H.O.E stands for Sandusky, Huron, Ottawa and Erie counties. The four counties have come together to create a competitive league for those who did not make the junior high, freshman, junior varsity and varsity leagues. For those who want to continue playing basketball, they can join their community team and compete in the S.H.O.E. String league. Every person who registers to participate will do so.

Any child who lives in Norwalk and the surrounding area is eligible to register with the Norwalk Parks & Recreation Department. Registration forms can be picked up at the Ernsthausen Community Center. The two divisions for the S.H.O.E String League are junior high (seventh and eighth grade) and the high school. Practices are scheduled to begin the week of Nov. 26. Cost is $25 for early registration through Nov. 21.

Youth basketball registration is still being accepted for children in grades first through sixth. Registration is open to Norwalk city residents, Norwalk City School students or Ernsthausen Community Center members. Late registration cost is $30 for all participants.

An interval cycling class is being offered. It is designed specifically for teens wanting to jump in on the latest trends of fitness. Indoor cycling can be enjoyed all year long, and is a great cardiovascular workout for all ages. Combine this with weight strengthening and other conditioning exercises to give a full body workout. Class will be held from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Thursdays, Nov. 15 through Dec. 13 and will include a portion of spinning, as well as strength and conditioning exercises. Participants ages 11 to 16 are welcome to register by Sunday. Cost is $15 member, $20 universal.

There is a minimum height requirement of 4 feet 11 inches to assure proper set-up and safety on the bike.