10/15/2018 Oakmont Health Initiative

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A MOST UNUSUAL AND ENTERTAINING AFTERNOON.

Dances from the Middle East, the British Isles, and the Americas. Featuring Apple Tree Morris, Wild Card Belly Dance, Dunsmuir Scottish Dancers, Oakmont Dancing Divas, Latin Elements, & more. Refreshments by Gilded Grape, Wine Country Caterer. Eat, drink, and enjoy the show. After the show, if you choose, enjoy a little dancing of your own. Chef LeeAnn Geneve will serve Oaked Chardonnay and a Soft Red Blend that pairs nicely with her specialty Biscotti. C’est tres chic.

3:00PM, SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH – BERGER
DOORS OPEN AT 2:30. Come early for the Pre Show Entertainment – videos with musical accompaniment by The Mellow Tones. Seating: chairs around the dance floor, no tables.
TICKETS $20PP DANCES FROM AROUND THE WORLD
PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO “OAKMONT HEALTH INITIATIVE.”

You may leave your check in the OHI folder in the OVA office.
Or mail them to Oakmont Health Initiative, c/o Tom Woodrum, 12 Valley Green, Santa Rosa, Ca 95409.

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EMAIL (TO CONFIRM RECEIPT OF PAYMENT)

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YMCA HEALTHY LIVING
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
Free Classes by YMCA
9-10 am @ Berger Center, No class the 2nd Friday each month.
Fragrance-Free please.
Share the floor with kindness.

Equipment: Non-skid yoga mats, knee pad, hand weights, athletic shoes that are supportive but not too grippy. Water bottle – hydration revitalizes.
The fine print: Welcome to Free Fitness. For your safety, good balance and lateral movement are needed in these quick aerobic classes. A fall may cause serious injury. Please check with your doctor prior to beginning this or any exercise regimen.

All Free Fitness Classes are too large to accommodate those who need special supervision. If you have shoulder, back, knee problems, anything that is painful, it is advisable to join a smaller, well-supervised class first, and consult a personal trainer or medical professional to learn modifications that are suitable to your condition. Participants need to use their judgment and body awareness…altering each exercise to prevent injury. Be careful, dear ones. Welcome!

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