Hallsley January Happenings
2016 is shaping up to be another great year in Hallsley! Here are a few things we are starting off with in January with lots more fun to come!
Yoga at the Residents Club- starts again this Wednesday 1/13 – 9:15am-10:15am – $5 cash per class. Hallsley resident and certified yoga instructor, Pat Whitmer is starting her class again for the new year! Attendance will determine how long this class is offered. This gentle yoga class is appropriate for either new yoga practitioners or those with an established yoga practice who enjoy a gradual start to the day. Please bring a yoga mat and blanket. Wear comfortable, stretchy clothes. Rsvp to Pat at firstname.lastname@example.org so she will have an idea of how many to plan on for class.
We would also be interested in hearing from you if you would be interested in an evening yoga class and what your preference would be for day and time. Please email me at email@example.com.
Hallsley Uncorked Brewery Tour– Saturday, January 16th 4pm– meet at Residents Club. Transportation will be provided to tour and taste at 4 Richmond Breweries and back to Hallsley at the end of the evening! It will be a fun and safe way to go! The cost will depend on the number of people. If you are new to Hallsley and an empty nester and would like more information on this event or Hallsley Uncorked, please email Heather Hire at firstname.lastname@example.org
Restaurant Survival- Dining Out the Healthy Way- Tuesday, January 26th 7pm Residents Club– Join PartnerMD to learn about daily nutritional needs, food values and the healthier alternatives to choose when eating out that will make a positive impact on long-term health goals. Attendees will be entered for a chance to win a copy of “Eat This, Not That” to help them make smart choices on their own. RSVP to JKiss@PartnerMD.com
Save the Date- January 31st Broadfork Farms is coming to Hallsley! Would you like fresh vegetables delivered weekly to you in Hallsley all season long? Plan on coming to hear about Broadfork Farms CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) program on Sunday afternoon 1/31 at the Residents Club. Owned and operated by Janet Aardema and Dan Gagnon, Broadfork is a small family farm in Chesterfield providing the metro-Richmond area with Certified Naturally Grown vegetables and herbs. They are excited to offer their vegetables to the residents of Hallsley in 2016! Look for more details soon!