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World Tai Chi & Qigong Day 2014 was held at Green Lane Park, Montgomery County. Great location, perfect weather and good turnout, 23 participants. Thanks to Matilda who was part of this group but taking the pictures. For those who could not make it please know you were missed and hope to see you soon at Tai chi class.
Tai Chi at the Winery
How about kicking off the start of Saturday Tai Chi classes with a visit to a local winery. Pear Garden School of Tai Chi and A’Dello Vineyard & Winery are teaming up for Tai Chi at the Winery.
From the old country of Italy to the Perkiomen Valley, A’Dello Vineyard & Winery is newly opened, but steeped in the A’Dello family wine making tradition.
Our first Saturday Tai Chi class will be held on the grounds of the A’Dello family Winery. Class will be followed by Wine Tasting, cheese and more. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY…for either!!
Please save the date:
Date: Saturday September 7, 2013
Time: Tai Chi Class 11:00 am
Wine Tasting: 12:00 noon
Location: A’Dello Vineyard & Winery
21 Simmons Road
Perkiomenville, PA 18074
Reservations appreciated: call 215 234 4834 or email email@example.com
Old is beautiful as the pale green flowers of the Maple contrasts with the aged texture of its bark.
Even though the weather has been playing a leading roll lately, the Pear Garden School of Tai Chi’s annual Holiday Party was well attended for the Chinese New Year themed Year of the Rabbit. Barb and Chas are very appreciative to all who made the trip to our farm house in Perkiomenville. Barb’s themed decor of the dessert table really set the tone for the evening. Happy New Year!The dinner entrees were from Mr. Lee’s Asian Gourmet in Zieglerville which included beef, chicken and vegetarian dishes. Many of those attending brought appetizers and desserts, wine and probably the biggest hit of the evening was Betty’s artisan home made cake decorated with symbols of our school: a pear tree in full fruited bloom with a Chinese New Year rabbit munching on a pear beneath the tree, all under the watchful gaze of a menacing red dragon. Fabulous!