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Interested in summer Yoga at the Rec Center?

UNH Hamel Recreation has identified a Yoga instructor for the summer months. Her name is Claire VanHorn, and she will begin Tuesday May 23. The program will run 11:15 a.m.-12:30 p.m. every Tuesday for 6 weeks (5/23-6/27). If there are enough paid participants, she will be available for another 6 week session from 7/11-8/15. Cost is $30/session (6 classes) for UNH students or Rec Center members, $50 for all others. Please sign up and pay at the Rec Center front desk during any open hours.  If you plan on attending but can not make it over here before Tuesday, please call and put your name on the list. Then you can pay on Tuesday before taking the class.  We must have enough paid participants by Tuesday after class to continue with the program. If you have any questions, feel free to call the Hamel Recreation front desk at 862-2031 or email Linda Hayden at Linda.hayden@unh.edu.

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