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Kids Pajama Yoga
Parents, drop your kids off with me in the Community Center at Borough Hall in Media and head down to State Street to enjoy Media's many restaurants and shops. October, November, and December classes coincide with Media's Second Saturday Events! Kids, wear your pajamas and prepare for a fun evening of yoga. We will move our bodies, bending and stretching them into a series of different yoga poses. We will listen to fun music, play yoga games, do a craft, and end with relaxation. A small bedtime snack will be provided, so please disclose any food allergies. Ages 5 to 12 . Cost is $10 per child. Because it is a drop-off situation, space is limited. Please register to ensure your spot.
To register you may go to www.yogawithalissia.com and click on the registration button. You will still pay the fee at the door, but registration will hold your child's place in our class. PLEASE be courteous and contact me if you register and cannot make the class. Another child will be able to participate in the class if we are notified that you cannot attend. You can also register by contacting Paula Tenaro, Media Borough Recreation Manager. You may reach her by phone at 610-566-5210 x255 or by email at email@example.com.
|Where||Media Borough City Government Offices 301 N Jackson St, Media, PA 19063 (in the Community Center adjoining Borough Hall)|
|Next on||This event is over.|
|Time||6:00 pm–8:00 pm|
|Who to bring||Kids|
|Price||$10 per child|
More About Media Borough City Government Offices
The Media Borough has a population of about 6,000 residents and its host to the Rose Tree Media School District. It is located in the center of Delaware County and is about 20 miles outside of center city Philadelphia. It offers a suburban yet city feel with its walkable town center that offers shops, restaurants and businesses. The trolley that runs down State Street, Media's main street, is said to be the last American trolley running in a suburban town. The Borough Council consists of a mayor, council president and vice president and five council members. The city also has a borough manager. City government departments include police, fire, public works, recreation, code enforcement, health and community center and parlor.