This is the best sports and social group of the summer! If you've never played before you owe it to yourself to check it out! For crying out loud it's on the beach!!!
Update to this - we hold open houses at 1pm on Sundays - please check out Meetup.com schedule: http://www.meetup.com/Makelab-Charleston/
Our address has also changed:
Meetups are held at our space at 3955 Christopher St, North Charleston, SC 29405.
If you're looking to get in shape and have fun too, this is the class to take. Kelly is a great instructor. Good for any age. Bring a friend or come by yourself. You'll feel comfortable with the instructor and the class. A great addition to your exercise regime...Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:30. You deserve to make some time for yourself. Come join us and mix it up...>;o)
Kelly is an AWESOME instructor! Love Zumba, love the class!
FUN, FUN, FUN CLASS!! took my first Zumba class here and it was awesome and such a great workout! the music is like salsa and the instructor here is fun and upbeat. I am trying to get my body toned up for the beach so gonna keep goin!
I've learned so much that helps me in my own garden. The greenhouses are little heavens. The people are the best.
I really enjoyed the digital photography class I took at MUSC w/ Michael Fischbach. He is an amazing teacher, who knows how to explain terms and processes in an understandable way! The class is all about hands on action. You don't just sit and listen to boring lectures...you are constantly using your camera and understanding better how it works. I can't wait to take the Photography 102 class!
I am so glad i just bought online on Ebay a golf bag, 14 way full length divider, i never have a such No.1 quality bag with super happy price, even with free shipping! I recommend you guys to check the Ebay store, maybe you can find something interesting to you, they have a99 golf bags, training aids, umbrellas and other various golf accessories. The ebay ID "lisports" or just serach "a99 golf" on www.ebaygolf.com.
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