Catalina Foothills School Dist
2101 E River Rd, Tucson, AZ 85718
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Phone: (520) 577-5307
Fax: (520) 577-5307
TollFree: (844) 614-7784
Catalina Foothills School District District Office Board
Catalina Foothills School District
This new class is a great way for someone interested in bagpipes or rudemental/Scottish drumming to get started. Open to anyone regardless of age or experience, beginners receive individual and group instruction and are able to play basic tunes by the conclusion of a session, while those with some playing experience have an opportunity to improve their skills and play tunes as a 'class band'. Knowledgeable and friendly group of instructors. Great way to get started for anyone interested in Scottish pipe band.
My son has been a student in Goshinjitsu since last year. Shihan McGraugh is a superb instructor- strict but fun, and very knowledgeable about martial arts and the capabilities of children. I have been to a number of martial arts studios around Tucson, and it is hard to find an instructor with his kind of credentials that is able to control a class so well. Also, he is careful to teach practical things (instead of flashy), and ensures that students know the boundaries in which they can use what they learn.
10/02/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I am not good at crafts. Took this class to see if I could possibly do anything. It was just great. I can't wait to take another class. VERY easy and the results are really excellent. It's a great way to make a very special card to send or to hang up in a frame.
Thanks so much
09/28/2011Provided by Citysearch -
I thought the knot class was great!! I love climbing and a lot of the knots we were taught we very helpful. The instuctor was informative and provied us with helpful handouts to continue our practice at home. I never knew there were so many knots and uses for them. Great class!!! I would take it again. Thank you.
Carmichael Training Systems ran this class, the first in a series of 3. It was excellent and if the homework (a 3 mile time trial) is any indication, the next class is likely to provide some individualized assessments.
Since you can attend the next two classes without having come to the first, I encourage others interested in preparing for the El Tour to join.
For someone who loves the outdoors, I was uncertain as to whether I would gain anything new from this fly fishing class. Was I ever wrong!
All participants had a range of prior knowledge, from some to none, yet the instructor was able to speak in ways we all understood. He provided tips on gear, fishing locations throughout the state of AZ and the country, and some do's and don'ts for those of us just beginning. He was well prepared, interactive, and funny.
Looking forward to the upcoming ""Intro to Fly Casting"" and ""Intro to Fly tying"" classes!