Workout, pamper yourself, and shop til you drop! This evening is full of fun and fitness with women in mind. This is a FREE EVENT for Women 16 and older and will be held at the University of Michigan-Flint Recreation Center Thursday, March 20 from 4-8 p.m.! The Flint community and surrounding areas are invited to attend. This event offers women the opportunity to experience many different ways to add fitness into their lives. Classes offered...
Workout, pamper yourself, and shop til you drop! This evening is full of fun and fitness with women in mind. This is a FREE EVENT for Women 16 and older and will be held at the University of Michigan-Flint Recreation Center Thursday, March 20 from 4-8 p.m.! The Flint community and surrounding areas are invited to attend. This event offers women the opportunity to experience many different ways to add fitness into their lives. Classes offered include: hip hop, pilates, kickboxing, zumba, and aqua fitness. A Women’s Marketplace where participants can shop, get holistic health information, as well as learn more about vital community services is also featured. Massage therapy chair massages will also be available at $1/minute. Free goodie bags will be given to the first 350 participants. Hourly door prizes will be drawn throughout the evening, one of which is a 6-month Recreation Center membership as well as items donated by other marketplace vendors. This event coincides with the American Cancer Society Daffodil Days Fundraiser. Daffodil bouquets ($10 each) and in vases ($15 each) will be delivered to the UM-Flint Recreation Center on the morning of the 20th and will be available at Women’s Night Out (while supplies last). Contact the UM-Flint Recreation Center if you would like to support this fundraiser by reserving your bouquet to pickup that evening. Call the UM-Flint Rec Center at 810.762.3441 or visit www.FlintRec.com for additional information. A special thanks is extended to the following groups for helping make this year’s event possible: Campus Activities Board, Recreational Services, Staff Council, Women’s Educational Center, and the Urban Health and Wellness Center.
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"On With The Show" in Flint & Genesee:
Looking for an evening out at the Theater? Well, look no further than Flint & Genesee.
A visit to Flint’s Cultural Center alone offers many theater experiences such as a live Broadway show or a Flint Symphony Orchestra performance at The Whiting, a stage reading at the Flint Youth Theatre or a talented performance at the Flint Institute of Music by the Flint School of Performing Arts faculty artists. Flint’s New McCree Theatre is committed to presenting live theatre that is both unique and innovative with the mission of Telling the African American story in “the” African American voice. Their new Theatre, located on Cloverlawn, is a 220-seat auditorium with meeting space. Check out the new Tom & Bea Nobles Performance Hall, on Ballenger Highway, where the amazing Flint Community Players perform yearly from September through May. The Fenton Village Players have been performing numerous programs and plays for more than a decade and now call the Fenton Village Playhouse home to most of their shows. Head north to Theater 57, home of Clio Cast and Crew, Inc. This very talented group performs a variety of plays yearly that entertain all ages such as The 12 Daze of Christmas, December 12, 13, 14 & 15.
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