Press Release - Detail
For immediate release Tuesday, June 7, 2016
CONTACT: Roy L. Williams, Director of Public Relations
Birmingham Public Library
Phone: (205) 226-3746 cell (205) 568-0067
Certified fitness instructor Russell Lee offering free exercise classes as part of BPL Summer Reading
BIRMINGHAM, Alabama-If you want to get in shape this summer, take advantage of some free exercise classes being offered at several Birmingham Public Library (BPL) locations during June and July as part of its 2016 Summer Reading activities. The classes will be taught by certified fitness instructor Russell Lee, who will also give a brief talk on general exercise safety.
The classes are free of charge. Attendees are urged to bring their own exercise mat and a towel. Wear suitable attire and tennis shoes.
The objective of the classes, offered for both teens and adults: Promote exercise and help people to realize how essential it is, regardless of age.
A little exercise on a regular basis goes a long way,” lee said. “Something is better than nothing.”
Exercise With Russell Lee program dates, times and libraries:
JUNE 9 SPRINGVILLE RD 10 A.M. ADULTS
JUNE 11 CENTRAL 10 A.M. ADULTS
JUNE 13 NORTH BHAM 11 A.M. ADULTS
JUNE 14 SOUTHSIDE 10:30 A.M. TEENS/ADULTS
JUNE 17 POWDERLY 10 A.M. SENIOR ADULTS
JUNE 21 INGLENOOK 10 AM. TEEN/ADULTS
JUNE 22 FIVE POINTS 10:30 A.M. ADULTS
JUNE 23 SMITHFIELD 10 A.M. ADULTS
JUNE 27 TITUSVILLE 11 A.M. ADULTS
JUNE 28 SMITHFIELD 10 A.M. TEENS
JUNE 29 SPRINGVILLE RD 10 A.M. TEENS
JUNE 30 WYLAM 2 P.M. TEENS
JULY 5TH WEST END 10 A.M. TEENS
JULY 6 EAST LAKE 10 AM. TEEN
JULY 6 FIVE POINTS 2 P.M. TEEN
JULY 14TH POWDERLY 1:30 P.M. TEEN
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