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Guardian & Me Archery: Womack

Want to explore archery? Learning something alone is never as fun as when doing it with a friend. Bring a friend to this one-day introduction class to the skills of archery. Come enjoy the fun that comes with shooting a bow and arrow, and let us help you get on target! We welcome both adults and youth. BREC will provide all equipment necessary. Sponsored by Subaru of Baton Rouge

Guided Trail Rides

BREC's Farr Park Equestrian center is proud to offer guided trail rides on select Saturdays and Sundays. Enjoy a one-hour gentle ride through the park or in the indoor arena on one of the BREC horses. This fun activity is perfect for families, groups and friends. Trail rides are by appointment only.

Guitar

This course is designed for students in a group setting with no previous guitar experience. Students will receive guidance and direction in solving problems related to playing the guitar at a beginning level and will learn many of the different styles, skills and techniques required to become a successful guitarist. Weekly, one-on-one instruction. Program will run from Sept. 2018 ending with a recital May 2019 to showcase what you have learned.

Hearts & Hooves Therapeutic Riding Program

Riders ages six and older with physical, mental, and social disabilities participate in a six-week session of riding lessons tailored to their needs. Riders enjoy a one-hour class on horseback learning stretching exercises, basic equitation and games. Horseback riding is known to improve core strength and coordination and provide a unique social opportunity with peers. Maximum class sizes of 10 riders, with three instructors and up to three volunteer assistants per rider.

Hearts and Hooves Volunteer Orientation and Fun Day

Interested in volunteering for Hearts and Hooves, but are nervous about the tasks or don’t fully understand the program? Come learn and have fun at Volunteer Orientation! All tasks and duties will be taught. Interact with our therapeutic horses, instructors, other volunteers, and some of the Hearts and Hooves students. Breakfast will be served.

Highland Park Junior Tennis Academy

This is a continuous, year-round program separated into semesters. Skill levels include beginner, advanced beginner and intermediate. Academy Director Natalie Johnson

Home-School Tennis Program: City

A six-week program designed especially for home-schooled children. Program includes drills, games, and tennis knowledge.

Home-School Tennis Program: Independence

This six-week program is designed especially for home-schooled children. Participants will learn about the game of tennis in a fun learning environment. Program includes drills, games, and tennis knowledge.

Intermediate BMX Park Clinic

No training wheels, must be able to ride a bike without assistance, bikes available onsite or bring your own!

Jazz, Tap, & Hip Hop: Hooper

Participants learn a series of modern dance including ballet, jazz, hip hop and tap techniques. This program runs from Sept. 2018-May 2019, ending with a recital in May where students will showcase their learned dance abilities. There are dance costumes that must be purchased in addition to the program fees and dance recital tickets. These dance routines focus on technical skills and dance ability in one-hour class segments per age group. The classes are broken down into ages groups, starting at age 4 and older, as well as levels such as Beginners, Intermediate and Advanced.

Jumping Gymnastics

Participants will learn beginner to advanced levels of gymnastic skills through a series of organized drills and strength programs. Students develop flexibility, strength, balance, coordination and self-confidence through recreation.

Junior Advanced Beginner Instruction

This program reinforces fundamental tennis techniques, stroke development, and conditioning for advanced beginners. Walk-ins accepted.

Junior Beginner Instruction

This program for beginners introduces and reinforces fundamental tennis techniques. Walk-ins accepted.

Junior High Performance

Enrollment must be approved by tennis instructor, Chase LeBlanc. Indoor courts will be used in the event of inclement weather.

Ki-Dart

This program promotes critical and creative thinking in children through artistic instruction. We take a hands-on approach to learning with a focus on problem solving and self-expression through art.

Kids at Play: Blueberry & Saia

Participants will engage in fun, outdoor, recreational games designed to enhance physical movement skills, coordination self-esteem and create new learning experiences in a safe environment.

Kids at Play: Mills Ave & Cadillac St

Participants will engage in fun, outdoor, recreational games designed to enhance physical movement skills, coordination self-esteem and create new learning experiences in a safe environment.

Kidz in the Kitchen: Saia

Children learn to prepare simple and healthy snacks in the kitchen, while learning the importance of proper nutrition and diet.

Leprechaun Game Night: Perkins

Do you have the luck of the Irish? Come and test your luck at leprechaun games which include games such as Search for your "Pot-O-Gold,” Rainbow Races, Shamrock-N-Roller with sit down scooters and Laser Tag with the Leprechaun.

Leprechaun Game Night: Zachary

Do you have the luck of the Irish? Come and test your luck at leprechaun games which include games such as Search for your "Pot-O-Gold,” Rainbow Races, Shamrock-N-Roller with sit down scooters and Laser Tag with the Leprechaun.

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