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Beginner Golf with Fitness

Take advantage of this opportunity to learn the basics of the game, while also working on your fitness! Learn golf specific stretches and warm-up exercises from a TPI (Titleist Performance Institute) certified instructor before working on the mechanics of the golf swing with PGA member Rob Myers. No Discount.

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Free Vacations Plus Making Money Traveling

Geared toward those in mid-career transition, retirees, new graduates or anyone who wants to travel more often, Gina Henry is a national speaker who will share her 25 years of experience traveling in 80 countries and 40 states. In this challenging economy, discover how you can travel six months a year, travel for free or get paid to travel both full and part time. Free air travel, hotels, tours, cruises, meals, frequent flier miles, travel points, mystery shopping, importing, teaching English, organizing trips, writing articles, photo shoots, volunteering or getting paid to drive and much more will be covered. She will reveal the best travel web sites, how to avoid scams, medical vacations, travel tax deductions, packing light and the top 50 words to know in any language. A $15 materials fee is payable to the instructor (a retail value of $39.95) at the beginning of class.

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Genealogy: The Basics

Find out about your ancestors. Learn how to use computer and printed resources ranging from genealogical software and databases to the San Antonio Public and Mormon Family History libraries. When you complete this course, we will have endeavored to find the basics of your family tree for at least five generations and you will have a working knowledge of how to continue researching your family. A $10 supply fee is payable to instructor Earline Long-Zlotkowski at the first class.

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Golf for Women, Intermediate - Lessons and Lunch

This intermediate golf class for women includes lessons followed by a tasty lunch from the SilverHorn Grille menu. The class is designed for golfers who have played before and want to refresh skills or maximize performance. If you have clubs, bring them. If you do not, loaners are available. Golf balls will be furnished. Lessons are provided by the Director of Instruction, Rob Myers, and the SilverHorn staff. Fee covers lessons and lunches. No discount.

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Golf, Beginning

Golf has been one of the fastest-growing sports for the past 10 years. Take a swing at learning the necessary fundamentals such as proper grip, rules of play, scoring, etiquette, stance, swing and more. Learn about a hobby that you could enjoy for a lifetime. Loaner clubs are available or you can bring your own set of clubs. Golf balls will be furnished. Lessons are provided by the Director of Instructioin, Rob Myers, and the SilverHorn staff. No discount.

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Golf, Intermediate

Become a better golfer by continuing to work on your game and improving your techniques. Designed for golfers who have played before, the class will teach you how to get out of trouble, shape your shots, manage your game and maximize performance. Loaner clubs are available or you can bring your own set of clubs. Golf balls will be furnished. Lessons are provided by the Director of Instruction, Rob Myers, and the SilverHorn staff. No discount.

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Healthy Pet Treats

In this hands-on class you will make treats, learn about diet and nutrition and actually take home recipes and treats for your pet. A $9 food fee is payable to the instructor at the class.

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Hidden San Antonio

Discover delightful surprises frequently overlooked during this enchanting walk in downtown San Antonio. Some are old, some are new and some are peculiar but they all contribute toward San Antonio's well earned reputation as one of America's unique cities. Bruce Martin, certified professional tour guide, has lived and worked downtown for over 30 years and collected unusual tidbits that he enjoys sharing. Wear comfortable shoes and meet at the base of the Cenotaph on Alamo Plaza near the SE corner of Alamo & Houston streets.

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Hiking and Backpacking - The First Step

Human-powered travel and camping are not expensive or complicated. Learn how to prepare for day-trips or weeklong expeditions and start exploring your special paradise on foot. Also, learn about some great places to hike using your new-found knowledge. Class covers essential equipment, campsite selection, and hiking safety. Phil Starr is an avid, expert backpacker.

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Hiking and Backpacking - The Next Step

Simplify your standard of living and stay warm, safe and well fed while avoiding snakes, skunks and bears. This class builds on "Hiking and Backpacking--The First Step" and demonstrates use of gear and equipment, campsite selection, and hiking technique. Wear comfortable clothing and walking shoes and bring a day pack, lunch, and drinking water. Requires hiking about 2 ½ miles along semi-improved trails. Eisenhower Park is located at 19399 NW Military Hwy. near Camp Bullis. Instructor, Phil Starr.

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Historic Cemeteries Tour

Join this spirited visit to San Antonio's historic eastside cemeteries for an unforgettable experience. Learn tragic, humorous and inspiring stories about famous and less well-known cemetery residents, and gain a better understanding of cemetery history and architecture during this comfortable, two-hour walking tour through a lovely, but often overlooked historic treasure. Wear comfortable clothes and meet at the southeast corner of Monumental and Paso Hondo. Bruce Martin, certified professional tour guide, and Elizabeth Porterfield, architectural historian, will be waiting for you. They will lead you on an adventure that you will not soon forget. No discount.

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Intermediate Golf II - On Course

Join Director of Instruction, Rob Myers, for a class designed to take your driving range game to the golf course. With half of class time being spent on the course, you are sure to improve your on course performance.

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Land Navigation - Map, Compass and GPS Skills

Stay found! With a map and compass, or satellites, you'll never be "confused" again. Learn how to use essential outdoor navigation tools to travel by foot to a destination. Determine your location using triangulation techniques or GPS coordinates. NEW - You will hear about Geocashing. Plan to hike to locate geocashes. Backpacker Phil Starr will introduce these staying-found skills at Eisenhower Park (19399 NW Military Hwy., next to Camp Bullis). Dress comfortably, bring drinking water and wear sturdy shoes. Topographic maps and compasses will be provided for class use. Bring a handheld GPS unit if you have one or plan to look on.

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Tennis, Beginning Level I

The focus for this beginning level adult class is learning the basic tennis fundamentals such as grips, movement, swings, etc. In this small group instruction you will learn how to hit the ball in game-type situations. This is a great way to learn tennis the right way. Bring a racket to class. A $5 ball fee is payable to the instructor at the first class. Rafael Vital is USPTR certified and has taught hundreds of folks how to enjoy this life-time sport. Enrollment is limited.

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Tennis, Beginning Level II

Do you have a little tennis experience and want to improve your game? Learn how to use your forehand as a weapon to be able to hit the ball inside-out from mid-court to open up or put away a ball. Also learn the importance of establishing a cross-court based game to safely stay in the point while slowly getting your opponent out of position. Before you know it you will be able to power your way to the net, hit easy volleys and win! Bring a racket to class. A $5 ball fee is payable to the instructor, Rafael Vital, at the first class. Enrollment is limited.

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