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Town Offers New Cultural and Arts Programs

Registration now open for spring CAPA workshops.

The Town of Oyster Bay is offering a series of new cultural and performing-arts workshops this spring.

Registration is now open for the town's spring season workshops, presented by the Cultural and Performing Arts Division. Registration is open through March 1.

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“This spring, this program features many new workshops in a wide variety of categories, such as arts, education, entertainment, fitness, music and more," said Councilwoman Rebecca M. Alesia of Plainview. "While separate workshops are held for both children and adults, the town will once again be offering special ‘Children and Caregiver’ workshops so that they can be enjoyed together.”

A range of courses will be offered at the Marjorie R. Post Community Center in Massapequa, the North Massapequa Community Center, Syosset-Woodbury Community Center, as well as the William P. Bennett Hicksville Community Center.

Some of the workshops include zumba fitness, total body sculpt, golf fitness, kickboxing fitness, the art of fen shui, dahn yoga, as well as numerous crafts and art courses.

Childrens' workshops include piano lessons (ages 8-11,) project fashionista for budding designers (ages 10-15,) magic 101 (ages 8-12,) mad science (grades K-6,) as well as others.

“These workshops represent an opportunity for residents, both young and old, to hone a new skill, while simultaneously having fun,” Alesia said.  “These workshops are not only a chance to broaden one’s horizons but also avenue through which both young and old will can develop a new talent and or sharpen a pre-existing skill.”

For more information and to register for these great workshops being offered this spring through the CAPA Division of the Department of Community and Youth Services, visit the Town of Oyster Bay website, oysterbaytown.com, to print out a mail in registration form, or call 797-7900.

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