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PSA - Rochester Parkour Beginner Workshop

Zachary Cohn and Charles Moreland of Rochester Parkour are hosting a Leave No Trace Initiative and Beginner Parkour Workshop on Saturday, December 6th in Manhattan Square Park. The Leave No Trace cleanup will start at 2pm and will last approximately 90 minutes. Afterwards, the more experienced traceurs of Rochester Parkour will assist Zac in teaching the 90 minute beginner workshop to all of the attendees. This will be a great event for new people interested in learning Parkour, for fairly new traceurs who need to review the basics, and for experienced traceurs who need experience teaching.

Details:

Who: Rochester ParkourWhat: Leave No Trace Cleanup/Beginner Parkour WorkshopWhere: Manhattan Square Park, Rochester, New YorkWhen: 2pm, Saturday December 6th, 2008Why: To clean up a popular training location and to instruct newcomers on the basics of ParkourCost: Free!

Contact zac@rochesterparkour.com and check out http://www.rochesterparkour.com for more information.

Hanami

On Tynan

Hanami means "flower viewing" in Japanese. It gets its own special word because the blooming of the cherry blossoms here is a huge deal. Meteorologists visit the trees every day trying to predict when they'll bloom, signs go up around the city that say Sakura (cherry blossom in japanese) on them, and restaurants even have special Sakura cookies for sale.

People get into it.

The cherry blossoms don't last long, though. After a week they fall to the ground, which means that there is one big weekend for cherry blossom viewing.

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