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Natural Sky Conference

We inadvertently block our view of the sky, using a curtain of dust particles illuminated by badly-designed streetlamps and other nighttime fixtures. This conference will be aimed at those individuals and organizations in town that have a direct ability to squelch the light pollution in the area. Invitees will answer questions (seen beforehand) about what they will be actively doing within the next 12 months to lessen the light pollution in the area.

Open Circuit Reboot

Join us to get UnPlugged from bad habits and Reboot your body for healthy ones.

Open House & Student Horse Show

You’re invited to Farr Park’s Open House event! Enjoy free activities including a petting zoo, concessions, games, prizes, barn tours, hay rides and riding demonstrations. Make sure to stick around as our riding students compete in both English and Western classes.

Open House Challenge Play

Youth players receive match play experience against other players. Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays in September from noon-5 p.m.

Open House Jr. Elite Program

Development program for youth players. Stroke development, conditioning, and strategy. Tuesdays in September from 4:30-6 p.m. Players must meet specific skills levels and be approved by the Developmental Manager, Ojo Thompson, to enroll.

Open House Jr. Singles Round Robin Tournament

This is a great opportunity for beginner youth players to experience playing in a tournament. Format is 10 point sets. Free pizza, snacks, and beverages for players.

Open House Series for Juniors

Kids come out and learn to play tennis. BREC provides equipment and racquets. Please bring a water bottle and dress to sweat.

Open Studio

Crafting is much more fun when you can work with a group and help each other’s projects. Join us for Open Studio, where professionals and amateurs get together and help one another with needlework, sewing, painting, ceramics/pottery, and quilting.

Orange Ball Intermediate Tennis

Intermediate tennis using orange dot balls. Indoor courts will be used in the event of inclement weather.

Paddle Up 2: Greenwood

A beginner to intermediate paddling class on local BREC ponds. You will be given the opportunity to explore paddling skills on dry land, before moving on to water to get a true fell for how kayaks handle in their natural environment. Instructors will coach participants on basic kayak handling, strokes, techniques and maneuvering skills to help you feel comfortable on the water in the kayak. This prepares you for the other BREC Paddle UP Programs.

Paddle Up 2: Wampold

A beginner to intermediate paddling class on local BREC ponds. You will be given the opportunity to explore paddling skills on dry land, before moving on to water to get a true fell for how kayaks handle in their natural environment. Instructors will coach participants on basic kayak handling, strokes, techniques and maneuvering skills to help you feel comfortable on the water in the kayak. This prepares you for the other BREC Paddle UP Programs.

Paddle Up 3

A paddling program for intermediate to experienced paddlers. Come check out and test the waters with us at the new Highland boat launch while enjoying a morning out on the water with BREC staff and Paddle BR. Sponsored by: Paddle BR

Paddle Up 4

If you are ready to test your paddling skills learned in Paddle up 1-3, then Lake Martin is the experience for you! This is for intermediate to advanced paddlers as it is a trip that features moving water and beautiful surroundings. Limited space is available, transportation and equipment are provided. Single and tandem kayaks available at first come first serve when registering

Pee Wee Champs

This program is designed to help your child develop motor skills, hand-eye coordination, overall athleticism, and fundamental tennis strokes.

Pee Wee Program: Highland

This program consists of 45-minute classes designed to introduce the game of tennis to younger children. Help your child develop motor skills, hand-eye coordination, overall athleticism, and fundamental tennis strokes. Fun is guaranteed!

Pee Wee Program: Independence

This six-week program introduces the game of tennis to younger children. Help your child develop motor skills, hand-eye coordination, overall athleticism, and fundamental tennis strokes. Fun is guaranteed.

Pelican Wood Carvers

Are you good with your hands? Have an eye for art? Then join the Pelican Wood Carver class to learn how to carve beautiful pieces of art out of ordinary pieces of wood.

Piano: Greenwood

Students will learn techniques and skills in hand-eye coordination, concentration, music appreciation, and self-confidence. This program offers one-on-one instruction and can cater to each individual’s skill level. Each session is 30 minutes. Weekly, one on one instruction. Program will run from Sept. 2018 ending with a recital May 2019 to showcase what you have learned.

Piano: Jefferson Highway

Students learn techniques and skills in hand-eye coordination, concentration, music appreciation, and self-confidence. This program offers one on one instruction and caters to each students skill level.

Piano: Palomino

Students will learn techniques and skills in hand-eye coordination, concentration, music appreciation, and self-confidence. This program offers one-on-one instruction and can cater to each individual’s skill level. Each session is 30 minutes. Weekly, one on one instruction. Program will run from Sept. 2018 ending with a recital May 2019 to showcase what you have learned.

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