>1st MLSN Session has been sold out. Register for the 2nd Session:
Lower Merion High School.
Phil Scarito of DV8 Fitness and I begin teaching a progressive course through Main Line School Night, the following is taken from their on-line ‘About’ page.
Main Line School Night is committed to enhancing community life by providing adults with opportunities to pursue lifelong learning through a wide selection of affordable, stimulating classes and programs that contribute to personal growth and enrichment.
School Night at a Glance
- Main Line School Night-the area’s largest adult education program attracts thousands annually with a choice of over 500 weekday, weeknight and weekend non-credit courses.
- Timely, trendy and familiar courses include Creative Arts, Cooking, Computers, Hobbies, Languages, Music, Writing and Travel.
- To meet the changing interests and desires of the community nearly one-third of School Night classes are new each term.
- A competent teaching staff of inspiring instructors, many from nearby colleges, keeps classes lively and congenial.
- From one-day workshops to 2-week and 5-week classes up to 10-week study programs, courses are planned to fit into busy schedules.
The course will be split into two 5 Week courses, held once a week, on Tuesday evenings at 730pm. Sessions are 90 minutes, and priced fairer than any personal training or group instruction you will find that provides training of this caliber.
If you attend both 5 Week courses, you will be progressed from one set of KB applications to another. If you choose to register for the second ha;f only, you will not be alone, and will receive proper training on the initial battery of Kettlebell Drills.
Each 5 week session is 65.00.
Contact the MLSN office or the instructors for registration or kettlebell theory.
Phil Scarito firstname.lastname@example.org
Will Williams email@example.com
Hours of Operation
Monday-Thursday: 9 am – 4 pm
Friday: 9 am – 2 pm
Main Line School Night
260 Gulph Creek Road
Radnor, PA 19087
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