Art, music, fitness: It’s all at Kahle center |

Art, music, fitness: It’s all at Kahle center

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Several classes have been scheduled at Kahle Community Center. To register and for more information call (775) 586-7271.

— Yoga classes are scheduled for Monday and Sunday beginning this week. The one-hour class based on hatha yoga will be taught by Kris Zehren. Class will focus on breathing, alignment, concentration, stretching and meditation. Call for fees and times.

— Classes introducing the art of polymer clay will be taught by Jackie Sieben. The first class is scheduled from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tuesday. Additional classes will be held the following weeks both day and evening.

— Instructor Denese Dunt will teach how to create unique and interactive cards, books and mini-albums using Close to My Heart products. Workshops are scheduled for one Tuesday each month beginning this week. The fee is $15 per workshop. Ages 12 through adult are welcome.

— Tae kwon do and arnis for ages 7 through adult will take place on Wednesday evenings beginning this week. Chris and Rick Manglinong will emphasize fundamental values as courtesy, integrity, self-discipline and a positive self-image. Arnis blends countless styles using sticks and suited for those who are interested in self-defense only.

— Children will discover the language of music in a class for ages 3 to 6. Instructor Carolyn Hemmen Dolan will create an environment where they can explore the wonder and joy of music as an art form. Sound, pitch, rhythm and mood will be introduced through song, vocal play, movement, storytime, fingerplay and self-expression. Emphasis will be on multicultural music and instrument exploration. The workshop is scheduled for two, five-week sessions beginning Wednesday from noon to 1 p.m. The fee is $49.

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