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Walking is one of the best ways to stay fit. Walking with friends is even better.
The Morning Village Walking Group Start-time 8:30 am. The Walking Group gathers at the park at Lamont Street and 17th Street, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for a 45 minute walk (approximately).
The Afternoon Walking Group is in the process of forming
Mary Anne Gibbons
On Tuesdays and Fridays, Village members gather at the park at Lamont Street and 17th Street at 2:00pm.
Gentle Yoga--Tuesday and Thursday at 9:00am--PastTense Yoga Studio—Corner of Park Rd and Mt. Pleasant St.
Senior Yoga classes are offered in a variety of approaches to meet the needs of ALL Seniors. Cost: Village price: $12 for a drop-in and $100 for a package of 10 classes.
Member directed session held in the homes of various members
Village Walking Group Start-time 8:30 am The Walking Group gathers at the park at Lamont Street and 17th Street, on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays for a 45 minute walk (approximately).
Afternoon Walking Group. On Tuesdays and Fridays, Village members gather at the park at Lamont Street and 17th Street at 2:00pm.
Mary Anne Gibbons
Interested in the arts? Our studio arts interest group meets to draw, paint, view, and discuss various types of art. Over the past year or so, we have attended the Burning Man exhibit at the Renwick, Tintoretto at the National Gallery, and the movie "Never Look Away", based loosely on the life of artist Gerhard Richter. We also sketch and/or paint inside and outside (Rock Creek Park, Lamont Park). Though we have different interests and approaches, we all enjoy gathering to do whatever we do.
Reading nonfiction books of current social and political issues, but avoiding overly large, dense books
Learn the wonderful game of Mah Jong. Renowned Mah Jong teacher (and Village Member) Bob Hoffman has agreed to provide free lessons for all Washington DC Village members. Beginners (and other levels) will learn to play this ancient game, invented in China and brought to America in the mid 20th century.
The game is similar in some aspects to the card game Bridge and uses beautiful tiles that need to be arranged in certain patterns. It is easy to learn and offers lots of fun. Typically a game involves players per table.
Please contact: Bob Hoffman, email@example.com ,
A group to share experiences with home computers, Voice-Controlled Assistants, home security, cutting the cord, etc.
For all Villagers concerned about Global Warming and specifically, the piece of it that is Waste Management