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Are you ready to celebrate National Gymnastics Day at Twisters Gymnastics?
On September 15th, take your little gymnast for a fun-filled afternoon of tumbling, jumping and swinging. Bring your friends and family for a fun day of open gym, food, and FUN!
If you your little one has always wanted to learn gymnastics, then this is the perfect event to attend.
When: SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 2018
Session 1: 12:45 -2:15 Preschool Age Kids
Session 2: 2:30- 4:00 Grade School
Session 3: 4:15-5:45 Grade School
Must RSVP – 60 Kids Max Per Session
Please RSVP and Fill Out The Waiver here.
All Proceeds Will Benefit The KidSafe Foundation
The KidSafe Foundation provide preventive education to children and adults, empowering them with skills that create a safe society free from sexual abuse, bullying, and internet exploitation. To learn more about The KidSafe Foundation, click here.
Minimum Donation: $10/child, $25 for 3+ children
WHAT IS NATIONAL GYMNASTICS DAY?
National Gymnastics Day was created in 1998 in the United States as a way to promote the sport among young people and to honor the sportspeople, coaches, and clubs who have kept the gymnastic tradition alive and thriving for centuries.
Gymnastics originated as an activity in ancient Greece. Then, it was a way for people to exercise, stay healthy and remain ready for battle. It wasn’t until the late 19th century that it took on a competitive note. In 1881 the Federation of International Gymnastics (FIG) was created in Liège, Belgium. In 1896, men’s gymnastics was part of the first modern Olympics held in Athens, Greece. The Amsterdam Olympics in 1928 featured the first female gymnastics events.
Today, gymnastics is a popular sport around the world with many prestigious competitions and contests held throughout the year.
THE SCOOP ON THE FATHER OF GYMNASTICS
Friedrich Ludwig Jahn, a German educator is considered the Father of Gymnastics? He was responsible for promoting some of the most popular gymnastic routines today. These include the parallel bar and the ring.
Twister Gymnastics of Boca Raton, FL is the place to go in South Florida for all of your favorite kids’ activities; preschool gymnastics classes, recreational gymnastics classes, tumbling classes, kids birthday parties, kids fitness, kids summer camps, and kids day camps.
Gymnastics classes are offered for kids of all ages; beginning with our mommy and me (parent/tot) preschool classes all the way up to teen gymnastics classes.
Your child will be introduced to the 4 Olympic gymnastics events for girls and the 6 Olympic gymnastics events for boys. The professional and safety-certified staff will ensure that your child is learning in a fun and safe environment, challenging both their mind and their physical fitness.
If you are looking for a place where your child can become a more active and physically fit child, then Twister Gymnastics in Boca Raton and American Twisters in Coconut Creek is the place for them!
For kids birthday parties, the staff will take care of everything from the minute you walk in the door (setup, serving food, cleaning up the private party room and more). The kids will have a blast playing in our indoor playground featuring bounce houses, trampolines and a pirate ship surrounded by a foam pit.
It’s the home of Team Twisters, offering girls competitive gymnastics teams from levels 2-Elite.
Twisters Gymnastics / 3100 NW Boca Raton Blvd. #308/ Boca Raton, FL 33431 / 561-750-6001