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DAY IN THE PARK: Sack races, crafts, and movement classes with professional dancers. Organized games and activities. Children of all ages, including parents. Class with instructor on disc golf. Music. Battle of the bands. Martial arts exhibition. Performance by Strum Bums. FREE. Sponsored by Parent Leadership Council. Funded through Child Abuse Prevention Council and Sierra Nevada Children’s Services. Condon Park, Grass Valley. Saturday, July 31. 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Questions: Sara 273-7913

KIDS’ RUNNING CLUB: Tuesdays. 6-7 p.m. Nevada Union High School Track. Sponsors: Sierra Trailblazers. Questions: Peggy 265-5588

RETREAT FOR WEIGHT LOSS: Holistic program at traditional ashram based on Yoga and Ayurveda. Change from within. Strengthen body image and modify diet. Nutritional assessment, yoga classes, cooking workshop, massage, exercise assessment, plus positive thinking, meditation and philosophy classes. July 9-16. Sivananda Ashram Yoga Farm. FEE. Nevada County Residents-50 percent discount. Questions: Amba 272-9322 or

“MOMMIE AND ME” EXERCISE CLASS: Experience the joy of exercise together!Children ages 2-8. Tuesdays 11:15-55 a.m. Fee: $5 per child. Free to members. Michelle Falvey, Instructor. Courthouse Athletic Club 274-3481.

OUTDOOR WALKING: Local trails and streets. Carpool to some trails. Bring water. Thursdays 7:30-9 a.m. FREE. Instructor: Gayle Lossman. Dogs on leash welcome. Questions: South Yuba Club 470-9100

DAY HIKES WITH LLAMAS: Bring your lunch and spend the day with gentle, friendly llama on local trails. Hike, swim and fish at higher elevations. Stop for water, grass (for llamas) and lunch for you. Day hikes: Mon, Wed, Fridays 8-6 p.m. Shorter local hikes also. FREE. Highland Llama Trekkers. Reservations: 273-8105

JUNIOR GOLF CLINIC: Learn swing fundamentals, short game, putting, course

management, rules and etiquette, and golf fitness. Ages 8-17. Nevada County Country Club. $15 for 3 days. June 21, 22, 23. Membership not required. Registration: Jeff Fish 273-6436.

GETTING STARTED FITNESS PROGRAM: Learn goal setting to achieve you personal best for health/wellness. Assessment and design of personalized self-paced exercise program. FREE. Tuesdays, 6-7:30 p.m. at South Yuba Club 4570-9100 or http://www.southyuba

100 DAY SUMMER SWEAT: Not too late to join. Finishes Sept. 6. Bikram Yoga with 26 postures and two breathing exercises. 90 minutes in heated room. Improve the body and calm the mind. Fee. Questions: Helen 273-2030 or

SUMMER TENNIS PROGRAM: Learn and/or improve. Mighty Mights (under 10).

Mondays 4-5 p.m. Future Stars (ages 11+) Wednesdays 4-5 p.m., July 5-26. Fee $50. Adult Beginners 6-7 p.m.; Adult Intermediate 7-8 p.m. $12.50/per class basis. Call Tom/Jen at 823-5313

CELEBRATION OF LIFE TRIATHALON-WOMENS’ TRAINING PROGRAM: In preparation for annual cycling, swimming and running event on Aug. 29, Club Sierra is holding a “first-timers” clinic in July and offering reduced rates for participants’ training. Verification of registration required. Questions: 477-8800

WOMEN’S WORKOUT CENTRE: Full body cardio/toning workout in 30 minutes on adjustable PACE resistance equipment and elliptical cross-training equipment. All fitness levels. Teens through adults. Wear athletic shoes and comfortable clothes. FREE one week pass. Drop-in basis. Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sat 8 a.m.-noon. Fast and Fit, Grass Valley. Questions: Judi 273-5862

JUNIOR SUMMER TENNIS CAMPS AND CLINICS: Peewee (4.5-6 yrs) and Lil’ Swingers 9-10 a.m. Mon-Thurs. Future Stars 10-12 a.m. Mon-Thurs. FEE. Ridge Racquet Club. Questions: Nick 273-8514

FIT EXPRESS. New circuit program on new equipment. Simple, safe, fun and

effective exercise for 30 minutes. Especially good for beginners. FREE Heart Zone Training presentations. Workout anytime or join a class. Call Bonnie at Courthouse Athletic Club 274-3481 for free pass.

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