Looking to get fit?
From axe throwing to dance classes, there’s plenty to do when it comes to sports and fitness activities coming up in Jacksonville this week. Read on for a rundown.
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Winter Axe League Season 2020
From the event description:
Are you looking for an exciting new league sport? Class Axe Throwing Jacksonville is now affiliated with the World Axe Throwing League as seen on ESPN. Join our weekly leagues and win your way into televised tournaments! Our eight-week winter league season begins January 12th and runs every Sunday at 5 p.m. It’s only $80 for an entire season! That’s right, only $10/week.
When: Sunday, Jan. 12, 5 p.m.
Where: Class Axe Throwing, 9230 Arlington Expressway
Up to 94% Off Ballroom Dancing Lessons
From the Happy Feet Dance Studios deal description:
Experienced instructors teach a range of ballroom dance styles at private lessons, group classes and practice dance parties.
Where: Happy Feet Dance Studios, 4555 St. Johns Ave.
Price: $9 for Ballroom Dance Package for One (94% discount off regular price); $20 for Ballroom Dance Package for Two (93% discount off regular price)
Up to 65% Off Aikido Classes for Children
From the Aikido Center of Jacksonville deal description:
Your child will learn self-defense, self-discipline and self-respect with Aikido, a non-competitive and fun martial art.
Where: Aikido Center of Jacksonville, 3627 Dupont Ave., Suite #500
Price: $35 for Three Classes for One Child (53% discount off regular price); $64.50 for Three Classes for Two Children (57% discount off regular price); $79 for Three Classes for Three Children (65% discount off regular price)
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