Town of Kure Beach Events Listsing for January 15th, 2015

By / Local Events / Tuesday, 13 January 2015 05:00

For more information on any of the Town of Kure Beach program offerings, please visit or call Town Hall at (910)458-8216. In addition, Ocean Front Park and the Community Center are available for rent. More information is available on the website or by calling Town Hall.

Ageless Grace Classes at
KB Community Center

Ageless Grace is a fitness program especially designed for the senior community, including those with physical disabilities and challenges. We all know how important it is for a healthy mind, body and soul to remain active and keep our bodies moving. Ageless Grace accomplishes this through a fun and accessible system of fitness tools that is enjoyed while listening to wonderful music. It embraces the imagination, gets people laughing and nurtures the well being of both the body and the brain.
Keeping the joints and spine flexible, improving balance, confidence and cognitive function, and helping with fall prevention, the 21 tools of Ageless Grace nurture lifelong comfort and ease. Ageless Grace requires no particular level of fitness or experience. "It is never too late to begin and never too early to start."
Kim Henry is a Blue Belt Nia Dance Instructor and a qualified Ageless Grace Facilitator. She is currently doing her yoga teacher training certification and is a firm believer in the correlation between a healthy body, mind and soul for an overall sense of well being and joy.
Classes will be held at the Kure Beach Community Center from 10-11 a.m. on Tuesday mornings. Kim is graciously offering two free sessions on January 13th and 20th as a way for members of the community to see what Ageless Grace is all about. There will be no class on January 27th, but classes will resume on February 3rd on a pay-as-you go basis. In the meantime, visit the Ageless Grace website to learn more,

New Session of Water Color Wednesday begins February 11th

Attention budding artists – the next 4-week session of watercolor painting classes will begin on Wednesday, the 11th of February.
These classes are taught by Kure Beach’s own award-winning International artist Ken Withrow. All classes are held at the Kure Beach Community Center with Beginner classes running from 9:30 am – 11:30 am and Intermediate classes from 12:30 pm – 2:30 pm.
The cost to participate is $30 per person. Registration forms can be found on our website,, or at Town Hall. Bring your completed registration form along with your payment to the first class.
 For more information and a list of supplies needed, please visit our website or call Town Hall at (910) 458-8216.

Catch your Kure Beach Bluefish

Kure Beach has commemorative opportunities on the boardwalk in the shape of a Bluefish. Each fish allows up to three lines of print.
For $220, you can make a memory on the boardwalk for loved ones, celebrate an event or advertise your business. To get your Bluefish call Town Hall at 910-458-8216 or print your order form from the Town’s website at

Hula Hoop Dance Class to begin at Community Center on January 7th

Looking for a different and fun way to stick to those fitness resolutions in the New Year? Join us at the Kure Beach Community Center on Wednesday evenings at 6:30 p.m. for a hula hoop dance class. An hour spent hooping can burn up to 600 calories! This new class is set to begin on Wednesday, January 7th from 6:30-7:30 p.m. The cost to participate is $5 per person per class and hoops will be provided. No previous experience is needed and you do not have to be a Kure Beach resident to participate!
Classes will be taught by Suzi McLean, a registered nurse with over 35 years experience in a variety of Healthcare settings and a lifelong passion for combining fitness with fun. Learn to hoop with rockin music and a guaranteed danceable groove - if you love to dance, then you'll love hoop dance! Contact Suzi at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and reserve your hoop today. Please let her know in advance if you plan to participate, have any questions, or are interested but would prefer a different night. The Kure Beach Community Center is located at 118 N. 3rd Avenue, behind Big Daddy’s Restaurant. Come get your hoop on!

Community Center:  118 N 3rd Ave

• Tuesday/Thursday – Kure Beach Aikido: Children’s class is 6-7 pm, Adult’s class is 7-9 pm. To register call (919) 818-3046
• Thursday – Line Dancing with Ron Griffin: 10-11 am. Cost is $1, no preregistration required.


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