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Youth / Children's Classes

Williamson County Parks & Recreation understands the importance of getting children MOVING!  We want them to learn the benefits of having an active and healthy lifestyle, teaching them to take care of themselves as well as the world in which they live.  We also want them to have enrichment programs that help to cultivate a desire for life-long learning.  WCPR offers a multitude of programs such as martial arts, stem camps, and after school programs. Activities vary throughout the year to engage your child all year long. While you come to enjoy your workout – we will keep your child active and engaged too! We also offer a variety of other programs which may be found in other areas of the website.  Please see Health & Wellness, Music Classes and Art Classes for more programs.
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Pre-School / Kindergarten Programs

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Franklin Rec Center
Wednesday's 9:30 - 11:00 AM
Ages: 3.5-6 
Fall 2022 Dates Coming Soon
Instructor: Brittany Whipple



If your child is ready to learn skills needed to be confident, prepared, and excited for school, but isn't ready for an all day class, then this is the perfect opportunity. Each day will have a theme to help guide class practice, play, and learning. With reading, writing, mathematical concepts, and hands-on activities, little ones will have fun seeing what school is all about!  Instructor: Brittany Whipple, M.Ed, Vanderbilt University and MTSU, former math teacher with Williamson County Schools, and mom to 3 young learners.  *Children must be potty trained. **This is a drop-off class.

For more information, contact Rachel Crosslin at Rachel.Crosslin@williamsoncounty-tn.gov


Music 

YOUTH Guitar & Ukulele Lessons (Facebook Post)Youth: Guitar and Ukulele Classes
Ages: 8-12
Cost: $200
Instructor: Jonathan Jimmerson





Indoor Sports Complex (920 Heritage Way) 
Monday, June 6th - August 22nd from 5:00pm - 6:00pm 

Nolensville Recreation Center (7250 Nolensville Road)
Wednesday, June 8th - August 10th from 5:00pm - 6:00pm

Franklin Recreation Center (1120 Mack Hatcher) 
Thursday, June 9th - August 11th from 5:00pm - 6:00pm 

Click here to register now!

In this course students will learn how to play either the guitar or ukulele. The courses cater to all levels of musicianship (beginner, intermediate, and advanced). It is recommended that students bring their own instruments however, the instructor can provide instrument for class time only.

Instructor Jonathan Jimmerson came from Northern California where he produced music, recorded, taught, and performed at a high level. Check out his website - https://www.guitaristandpedalsteelplayernashville.com/ for more information!

*$20 Supply Fee to be paid to instructor at the start of first class.

For more information, contact Rachel Crosslin at Rachel.Crosslin@williamsoncounty-tn.gov


 

Mind & Body

Fairview Tae Kwon Do Boy's BackTae Kwon-Do
Tuesday & Thursday
Beginner: 5:00-6:00p (Ages 6+ & white belt - yellow belt)
Advanced: 6:15-7:30p (Ages 13+ and green belt+)
Fairview Recreation Center
Ages 6+
Cost: $60 Per Month
Instructor: Eddie Manor

Click HERE to Register!

With over 30 years of experience, Eddie Manor is a great choice when it comes to learning the art of Tae Kwon-Do. Students will gain confidence learning self-defense techniques, as well as an appreciation for this Korean martial art.

For more information, contact Rachel Crosslin at Rachel.Crosslin@williamsoncounty-tn.gov


 

Kendo - April Facebook PostFranklin Recreation Center
Days: Tuesday's & Thursday's  
Date/Time: June 2nd - June 30th; 6:15pm - 7:45pm & July 5th - July 28th; 6:00pm - 7:45pm 
Ages: 10+
Cost: $60.00 
Instructor: Walter White 

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Join instructor Walter White in the Japanese art of bamboo fencing. Kendo builds endurance and fitness, helps develop mental discipline, all while teaching respect and honor. Kendo also emphasizes etiquette in all facets of training and is appropriate for all ages to learn. Suggested attire and equipment needed for class: clothing that you feel comfortable moving in and a Shinai (bamboo sword). *$30 supply fee paid directly to the instructor at the start of class (for new participants only, to cover cost of instructor purchasing Shinai-bamboo sword.)

Instructor White holds the rank of Yondan (4th degree black belt) in Kendo and has trained in this form for over 30 years. 

For more information, contact Rachel Crosslin at Rachel.Crosslin@williamsoncounty-tn.gov

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