Parkour In the Park0
Parkour in the Park is a free running and parkour exhibition and instructional class taught by several of the best traceurs and free runners in Texas. Both entertaining and utilitarian, parkour and free running are disciplines that utilize natural and man-made features of the cityscape to leap, climb, swing, balance, and vault over.
Come and play or just watch. You’re sure to be entertained and enlivened by the experience. Be sure to bring water and sun protection. Comfortable active-wear and running shoes are recommended.
Lee Park in front of Arlington Hall at the intersection of Hall St. and Turtle Creek Blvd. 3400 Turtle Creek Blvd. See website for updated location, dates, and times.
- Designed with people of all ages and physical abilities
- Children and teenagers wanting to have fun, get
active, and learn some awesome athletic skills.
- Adults seeking a healthy, exciting, and dynamic way to
have fun, get more active, and play with friends and family.
- Anyone wanting to feel energized and improve
balance and flexibility.
Saturdays at 10am
Free to everyone but donations
($5-$15) are welcome.
-Taken from the front page of http://www.parkourinthepark.com –