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Stay Classy...Chula Vista?

From yoga to drawing, tennis to Zumba, it seems one can learn to do just about anything in the South Bay



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REI Chula Vista

The EastLake store in Otay Ranch Town Center hosts a series of outdoor adventure and camping classes every month. Visit rei.com for all class schedules and prices.

GPS Navigation: Still living in the “E.T., phone home” era? The experts at REI will guide you into the 21st century with a GPS navigation class covering online mapping, location pinpointing and the ins and outs of electronic routing.

Barefoot Running: As the trend gains popularity in elite running circles, casual joggers can now learn what all the fuss is about. REI expert and avid barefoot runner Robert Thomson leads the free one-hour session.

Buggies and Babies

The high-end baby boutique offers more than just designer onesies and expensive strollers. Visit buggiesandbabies.com for class schedules and pricing.

Sign4Baby: Don’t let little Junior fall behind. It seems all the hip kids are learning to sign their basic needs (“I’m hungry,” “I’m full” and, of course, “No!”) before they can speak them these days. The folks at Sign4Baby offer a series of classes and workshops to teach hearing babies and parents the basics of American Sign Language.

Montevalle Park’s Recreation Center

Situated in the Rolling Hills Ranch area, the 29-acre park's center offers tennis courts, baseball fields, a dog park and a 20,000+-square-foot recreational facility with classrooms and a full-service gym.

Cartooning: Create your own superhero story just in time for Comic-Con. Tuesday evening classes run for 10 weeks. $38 for the session if you’re a Chula Vista resident, $48 for nonresidents.

Zumba: Get your Latin-fusion rhythms on at the center’s basic Zumba class, which combines the steps from meringue, salsa and cumbia into one groovin’ workout. $65 for a 10-week session if you’re a Chula Vista resident, $75 for nonresidents.

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