Saturday, February 18
Come to UNC Asheville on February 18th from 10:30am to 1:30pm for the National Girls and Women in Sports Day. This community event is designed to expose women and girls to a variety of activities that will inspire them to lead active, healthy lives. This year’s event is open to women and girls ages 6 and up.
It’s a great way to try new sports and fitness classes or build upon skills in your current sport of interest. Early registration is only $10 per person until January 20th at 5:00pm. Late registration is $15/person. Adult and child combo registration is also available for $25. Fees include clinics, a goody bag, a healthy lunch, door prizes, and a ticket to the UNC Asheville Women’s Basketball game following the event.
Registration is now open at http://tinyurl.com/zeaztwe
For more information contact Jessica Johnston at 828-552-1707 or email@example.com .
Thank you to our event partners! Buncombe County Library, Recreation & Culture Department, Girl Scouts – Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont, LesMills GRIT, MADabolic, New Beginnings Fitness Training, Summit CrossFit, UNCA, the YMCA & the YWCA.
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