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Register now for city classes

Registration is open for several City of Davis spring classes:

* “Paperwork Magic,” from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, April 23, at the Redwood Building: Do papers seem to flood your desk, kitchen counter and dining room table? Do you feel unsure about which papers to keep and which to pitch? This class will tackle the what, where and how of paper filing and storage, covering what to shred and what to do about those endless phone numbers, mail, magazine articles, etc. Whether the problem is in your office or your home, take charge of the paper nightmare and get ready to fill your recycle bin. Ages 18 and up, $25.

* “Beginning Hip Hop Dance,” from 7:30 to 9 p.m. Mondays, May 2-23, at the Veterans’ Memorial Center: Learn some fun, basic dance steps and move to vigorous classic and modern hip hop music in this four-part hip hop dance workshop series. Workshop components include warm-up and stretching, instruction of individual dance steps and a short combination choreography piece. No previous dance experience is necessary to join. Ages 18 and up, $38.

* “Spring Swim Lessons,” 6:15 to 7:20 p.m. weekdays, May 23 to June 17, Manor Pool: Swim classes for all ages will teach you, your child or other family members how to swim skillfully and safely. Levels are available for all ages and abilities.

The city is also offering fitness flex passes that allow participants to pick and choose which fitness classes and dates work best with their schedule, drop in on new classes or continue with their favorites. Each pass entitles you to 10 classes worth of classes for $70 or 20 classes for $140. The fitness flex pass applies to the following fitness classes: Boot Camp, AM Aerobics, PM Aerobics, Sunrise Step, Tone & Stretch, AM Yoga and Yoga Meditation.

Registration is accepted at the City of Davis Community Services office, 23 Russell Blvd., or online at http://www.cityofdavis.org. For more information, call (530) 757-5626.

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