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VARIOUS TYPES OF CLASSES

Create-A-Class

Do you have a special interest that you would like to share with others in a class?

Do you know someone who can share an interesting subject or craft?

Contact Heather Creech our Recreation Program Coordinator at 704-889-2400.

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Older Beginner Piano Class

Sign up now for the Danby Music Lessons Older Beginner Class! 

The lessons will be taught by instructor Hayley Chase, and will cover the basics of piano, theory, technic, and performance curriculum, as well as playing by ear.

It's never too late to start learning an instrument, and this is a great way to begin!

Classes begin in September at the Pineville Park and Recreation Center, and run for 6 weeks. 

Ages: 30+

Sign up now for the Danby Music Lessons Older Beginner Class!

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LINE DANCING CLASSES

COMING SOON – NEW CULTURE BLOCK PROGRAM

Charlotte Ballet WILL OFFER free drop in Line Dancing classes on Tuesday evenings starting in September through May. For updated information please follow our Facebook page Pineville Parks and Recreation.  We're also on instagram @pinevilleparknrec!


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Come Sail with Us - RC Sailboats on Pineville Lake

You are invited to come and sail a 1 meter Seawind or Dragonflite 95 radio controlled sailboat on Pineville Lake - Sundays, Wednesdays or Saturday mornings from 10 to noon. On Saturdays, we race Seawinds competitively from 10 to noon. We are now developing a Dragonflite 95 class as well. If you have a boat of any class, come by, have a little fun and meet some new friends. If you just want to see if you'll like the hobby, the Queen City Model Yacht Club has both boats and instructors available to introduce you to a relaxing and fun hobby. If you like it and want to buy a boat, we will be glad to give you the benefit of our experience along with tips on rigging and sailing. If you just want to sail and not compete, you can do that too.

The photos show two Dragonflite 95s, sail numbers 97 and 53. Also shown is a Seawind sail number 67. If you want to just stop by and talk it over, contact Brendan Sullivan (Sully) race director at 1-(914) 715- 4296.

Jack Cover, Commodore; Chuck Menninger, XO; Brendan (Sully) Sullivan, Race Director

Coming Events- October 26th & 27th Region 3 of the American Model Yachting Association (AMYA)           

Queens City Model Yacht Club (AMYA Club #342), will host the Seawind Region 3 Regatta at Pineville Lake. Region 3 of the (AMYA) includes Seawind clubs from North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, West Virginia and Virginia. We anticipate upwards of 20 boats for the two-day event with Trophies and Chevrons awarded to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winners. Spectators are welcome to come and watch the competition.