Healthy June To-Do’s

. June 4, 2018.
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Yoga Wednesdays | June 6, June 20

Build strength and confidence, enhance your posture and learn how to practice deep breathing, mindfulness and listening to your body during Wonders of Yoga, an all ages, outdoor class at Olander Park. Pick up basic techniques during this class that is suitable for all experience levels.

4:30-5:30pm | Wednesday, June 6 and June 20
Register online at olander.recdesk.com.

Wine About It | Thursday, June 28

Scared to bend and stretch? Loosen up for a yoga class by spending a little time in the Majestic Oak Winery vineyard, sipping wine or craft beer. Sheila Sikora Watson, of Bee Free Yoga, will lead an hour-long yoga class, including a glass or wine or craft beer, during Yoga in the Vineyard. RSVP online at www.beefreeyoga.com, then scroll down until you see a button that asks you to RSVP. Cost is $20.

6:30-8:30pm | Thursday, June 28
Majestic Oak Winery | 13554 Mohler Rd, Grand Rapids, OH
419-875-6474 | majesticoakwinery.com

Putt for a Cause | Wednesday, June 27

Join the Sight Center of Northwest Ohio, a non-profit that provides programs and services empowering people with vision loss, for a nice day out playing golf at their Open Golf Scramble. Help support their mission of enriching the lives of blind or visually impaired people by enjoying a quick lunch, 18 holes of golf and a night out with dinner and an awards ceremony. Register online by Tuesday, June 26.

$75/golfer | $300/team of four | $25/dinner only
Registration: 11am. Events starts at 1pm Wednesday, June 27.

Whiteford Valley Golf Club | 7980 Beck Rd, Ottawa Lake, MI
419-720-3937 | sightcentertoledo.org

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