Flip City holding open house

Walnut Grove gymnastics club offers classes for 15 months to adult

Demonstrations, ‘try it’ classes, draws and giveaways, food and fun are on the menu for Flip City Gymnastics Club’s open house.

The open house will be held on Saturday, Sept. 12 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

The non-profit club is run by parents and they offer classes for kids as young as 15 months. They have boys and girls recreation classes, men’s and women’s competitive programs, trampoline and tumbling programs (both competitive and recreational) and a competitive cheerleading program.

They also offer birthday parties and field trips.

Flip City is located at #4 20279 97 Ave.

For more information, email flipcitygymnasticsclub@gmail.com or call 604-888.3366.

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