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Instant Piano and Instant Guitar for Hopelessly Busy People

Beginner French Camp

Some music teachers may not want you to know this, but you don’t need years of weekly lessons to learn most instruments. With simple instruction and review of commonly used keys, these insider tips will have you playing like a pro in no time. You’ll be able to perfect your technique at home, using exclusive take home materials provided by the instructor. There is an additional $29 materials fee collected in class – this includes the take home DVD and workbook. This is a single 2.5 hour class.

This class is designed for kids to learn conversational French. Students will learn through interacting with one another and playing out scenes (such as meeting in a café or at school). Additionally, they will also watch movies and play games in French. On the last day of class, students will celebrate with a French picnic.



2819 Piano M 5/8 6:30 - 9:30 p.m. 2820 Guitar Th 5/11 6:30 - 9:00 p.m. Location: Fountain Hills Community Center Instructor: Craig Coffman



16 yrs & up 16 yrs & up

$45 $45



2896 M - F 7/24 - 7/28 1:00 - 2:30 p.m. Location: Fountain Hills Community Center Instructor: Chantal Sahr



7 - 15 yrs


JULY IS NATIONAL PARKS AND RECREATION MONTH July is National Parks and Recreation Month and we want you to “Get Your Play On!” Make sure to check out all the great ways to play in Fountain Hills. Did you know that Fountain Hills is home to four awesome and diverse park spaces? Four Peaks Park boasts a large multipurpose field and two full size baseball fields and is home to several summer events and programs including Wacky Wet Wednesday and our very popular Back to School Bash. Secondly, we have Desert Vista Park which has several multipurpose fields that are commonly used by our local soccer clubs, and various other programming. This park also accommodates an awesome skate park and our beloved dog park. Make sure to check out Golden Eagle Park with its four full size baseball fields, four newly renovated tennis courts, and two newly resurfaced basketball courts. Golden Eagle is a popular sight for Little League games and Softball tournaments, as well as many events and programs such as Pitch, Hit, and Run and Party in the Park for Teens. Finally, we have the crown jewel of parks, Fountain Park. This park is a destination and is often the primary reason people visit our beautiful town. Fountain Park is home to a brand new musical playground, various ramadas that can be rented for special occasions, the ever popular summer fun spot splash pad, and a professional level disk golf course. The most awe-inspiring portion of this park is the world-famous fountain. The F­ ountain is extended to its full height on special occasions, for everyday viewing the Fountain reaches a height of 330 feet! The fountain is quite the sight to see! Take some time and get outdoors to visit our wonderful parks. Spend some time playing and just enjoying life. Play some soccer at Desert Vista Park, shoot some hoops at Golden Eagle Park, play some tennis at Four Peaks Park, or just wander around Fountain Park enjoying the views of our awesome fountain and our warm Arizona breeze. Let’s honor Parks and Recreation Month this July by ­getting our play on!

May – August


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The Loop Summer 2017 E-Mag  

Fountain Hills, Activity Guide, Community Center, Events, Sports, Golf, Kids, Teens, Adults

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