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Learn Aikido with LPRD in a friendly, noncompetitive atmosphere
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Learn Aikido with LPRD in a friendly, noncompetitive atmosphere

Lawrence Parks and Recreation Department will hold a winter session. Ki-Aikido Classes begin in January

Participants 13 years old and older Ki-Aikido It is suitable for all ages and fitness levels. Aikido is a martial art that will help students improve their self-defense skills, concentration, and discipline. The class is formal, but friendly and non-competitive.

The class will be held from 7-8:30 pm on Tuesdays and Wednesdays between January 11th and March 10, at Holcom Park Recreation Center (2700 West 27th St.). The cost is $108.

Register online by visiting: can also stop by any Parks and Recreation facilities, such as the Community Building, 112 West 11th St. or Sports Pavilion Lawrence 100 Rock Chalk Lane; East Lawrence Recreation Center 1245 East 15th St. Holcom Park Recreation Center; Lawrence Indoor Aquatic Center 4706 Overland Drive or Prairie Park Nature Center 2730 Harper St.

Visitors to City facilities are welcome to use face covers. Visitors to LPRD facilities must wear masks unless they are actively participating in a class during which participants aged 11 and older may remove their masks. For more information about mask regulations, please visit Lawrence Douglas County Public Healths’ website at:

For more information, contact Jo Ellis, recreation instruction supervisor, [email protected], (785) 330-7355.

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