Fall Programming

Get back to school and back to schedules! Our fall programming runs from August through November and includes a variety of programming from cake decorating to dance lessons and more!


POUND Fitness

Ages 13+ with an adult / Tuesdays / $10 / 7-8p.

Instead of listening to music, you become the music in this exhilarating full-body workout that combines cardio, conditioning, and strength training with yoga and pilates-inspired movements. Using Ripstix®, lightly weighted drumsticks engineered specifically for exercising, POUND transforms drumming into an incredibly effective way of working out. Designed for all fitness levels, POUND® provides the perfect atmosphere for letting loose, getting energized, toning up and rockin’ out! The workout is easily modifiable and the alternative vibe and welcoming philosophy appeals to men and women of all ages and abilities. This class is offered on Tuesdays at 7 p.m. and is open to people ages 13+ (with an adult.) If your teen age 13-16 wants to take this class, we encourage the adult to also take the class. 


Ages 16+ / Mondays & Wednesdays / $5/class / 6-7 p.m.

Perfect For: Everybody and every body! Each Zumba® class is designed to bring people together to sweat it on.

How It Works: We take the "work" out of workout, by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. Once the Latin and World rhythms take over, you'll see why Zumba® Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise. Super effective? Check. Super fun? Check and check.

Benefits: A total workout, combining all elements of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome each time you leave class.

Adult Yoga

Ages 16+ / Tuesdays / $10/class / 6-7:15p.

Slow Flow Yoga, from our partners at Burn Within Yoga

Perfect for beginners and those seasoned yogis who want a little refresher. This 60 minute class is designed to break down basic poses with focus on details, alignment, transitions, and the breath; while instilling you with the comfort, confidence, strength and knowledge needed to explore and enjoy your yoga practice safely.

Participants should bring a mat, towel and water bottle.

Instructor is Jan Attanasio with Burn Within Yoga. Trained at: RYT® 200 at Center for Wholeness; reiki level lI specialties: slow flow vinyasa

What to Expect in My Class: Gentle flow with a focus on alignment and breath awareness, combining creative sequencing, a spirit of playfulness, and a dose of inspiration to help you deepen your practice. My hope is that you step off the mat feeling refreshed, nourished and balanced. One of my favorite quotes is: "if you can breathe, you can do yoga."

HIIT & Group Circuit

Ages 16+ / Mondays / $10 / 7-8p.

HIIT and group circuit training class includes both cardio and strength segments. Calorie burning, high intensity and sculpting your body all while having fun! Total conditioning using a variety of different moves while maintaining stability and strength. (Please bring a mat for cool-down.)

Kim has been a certified group fitness instructor since 2017. She became a Beachbody coach, PiYo and TurboKick instructor after falling in love with the program. She has taught at the Naz and Physique Fitness Studio in Grove City. Along with being passionate about health and fitness, she has been a RT for over 15 years and is currently a clinical specialist for Avinger out of Redwood City, CA. Kim is married to Jami and has a son Harrison. They are active on the coffee team at the Naz and foster/volunteer for Rescued Ohio. Her motto is encourage each other and don't judge, be accepting and up-lifting.

Movie Nights

All Ages / Variable Dates / $5 / 7p.

Each Wednesday we will host a movie night with a new(er) DVD release. This event is $5 per family. Some snacks and drinks will be available for purchase, but guests are encouraged to bring their own.

Carpet squares, kid's seats, folding chairs and our comfy seating areas will be available on a first-come-first-serve basis. You are welcome to bring your own blankets, pillows, etc.

Please check the website and Facebook to confirm which movie we are showing each week - not all movies are G or PG, some are PG-13 for families with older kiddos. The start time of the movies will move up as the days get shorter to adjust with the darkness of the facility.


Ages 16+ / Tuesdays & Thursdays / 5:30-6:30 p.m. Jazzercise is the original dance party workout. Blending dance with Pilates, yoga, kickboxing and strength training, one 55-minute session can burn up to 800 calories. The results? Long, lean muscles and an undeniable mood boost.​

Toddler Explorer Club

Ages Infant-5 / Mondays & Thursdays / $5 / 10-11 a.m.

Toddlers and their care-takers are invited to join in this one hour learn & play time held twice a week. The class explore weekly themes based on letters, numbers, animals, colors and more! Activities include games, snacks and crafts. Open play is available after Toddler Explorer for no additional fee.

Parents Night Out

Drop off your kids and enjoy your evening! Your kids ages 5-12, can enjoy an evening with their friends! Schedule is as follows:

5:30 p.m. Drop Off  (please bring a water bottle, kids should wear closed toed shoes)
5:30-6:30 p.m. large group activities like dodge ball or laser tag and/or small group activities like baseball/softball hitting or crafts
6:30-7 p.m. pizza dinner (pepperoni or cheese)
7-8:30 p.m. movie
8:30 p.m. Pick Up

Pricing is as follows: first child registered per family is $25, second child is $5 and third or more is FREE!

Pizza & Play

This is a family event that is for all ages and includes a pizza dinner. Come for the whole four hours or stop in for a part that looks good to you!

Attendees are encouraged to bring their own beverages. Some beverages and snacks will be available for additional purchase. This event is $15/family. 

5-7 p.m. Batting Cage Open - Baseball
7-9 p.m. Batting Cage Open - Softball
6-8 p.m. BINGO
5-9 p.m. Euchre Tables 
5-6 p.m. Dodge Ball
6-7 p.m. Kick Ball
7-8 p.m. Laser Tag
8-9 p.m. Nerf Wars (guns and bullets provided)

Kids Kung Fu

Ages 5-12 / Mondays & Tuesdays / $60/month / 6-7p.

Classes are ongoing and can be joined at any time that meets your schedule.

Children’s Kung Fu is a beginner’s class for learning fundamentals of Chinese Martials Arts or Kung Fu. Kids learn proper etiquette, titles and protocols with in the training hall. They also learn terminology of basic stances, counting to ten in Chinese, and 24 basic techniques which are combined to show the first 6 basic forms. Forms, footwork and techniques are practiced in every class. Techniques are practiced with partner in focused drilling to develop real self-defense applications against an opponent. Techniques are practiced in a controlled manner on another student and pads are used to develop power and accuracy. Safety is the highest priority while training.

Students are also trained in two proprietary systems called Bully Busters and Predator Proof. Bully Busters is a curriculum designed to deal with the quintessential “School Yard Bully”. Predator Proof is a curriculum to teach children how to escape a potential abductor or predator. Classes are taught teach in a friendly manner that is will encourage and empower your child.

There will never be yelling , scolding or punishment but positive support to nurture the next generation of martial artists.

This class is best for kids ages 5-12. The class is $60/month and kids are encouraged to participate up to eight times a month and can be joined at any time. Classes are held Monday and Tuesday allowing for flexible scheduling within your family to attend up to eight classes a month.

Adult Dance

Ages 18+ / Thursdays / $10/class / 7-9 p.m.

Mark Cohen started teaching Ballroom Dancing in Tampa Florida in the 1980s with Fred Astaire Dance Studio and received his certification to teach with National Dance Board Director Cher Rutherford and Linda Dean. Several years later he went to work for Arthur Murray Dance Studio in Tamp and we certified by World Dance Champions Wilson Barrera and Margret Burns. After moving back to Ohio, Mark opened Simply Dancing Dance Studio in 1999 and retained his certifications and also learned and started teaching the nation's most recognized dance syllabus - Dvida - which is recognized by the National Dance Council of America.

The Rumba began with African Slaves of Cuba more than 400 years ago, dancing an exotic pantomime under the spell of elemental music. Since its introduction to the USA in the early 30s, the social Rumba has been a favorite, characterized by smooth and subtle hip motion, and rather heavy walking steps. Of the three styles of Rumba introduced to the USA - the Son-Rumba, or Rumba; the Bolero- Rumba, or Bolero and the Guaracha-Rumba, only the two former maintained popularity. The latter faded from vogue in the 40s with the introduction of the Mambo.

The Eastern Swing, originally called the Lindy Hop, was born in the South of the USA and is the most famous American folk dance. The best forms having included the Charleston, Black Bottom, Shag and Lindy Hop. In the early 40s these dances consolidated into what was called the Lindy. The Lindy was first danced as a modified box step, with a slight shuffling movement, not unlike the Single rhythm in today's swing. This evolved into Double and Triple rhythms, and today all three form the basis of good swing dancing. It was in Harlem of the 40s that Swing took on most of today's popular steps and styling.

West Coast Swing (WCS) is a dance with rots growing out of Lindy Hop. In the 1940s there were hundreds of regional styles of swing dancing being done across the country. Rumor has it, Dean Collins, an influential swing dancer from the east coast, traveled to Hollywood to get into the movie business. While there his style of dancing helped influence what would become the West Coast Swing, even though he takes no credit. In 1988 WCS became the official state dance of California.

There has been little written as to the history of the Cha-Cha, perhaps due to its close identification with Mambo. It sprang from Cuba and the USA both, but there seems little argument over the actual origin of the dance, and who claims it. It is derived from Mambo, but takes its timing from the Swing. The tempo is slow and staccato, much like a sensational blues number. Because of this and it's "on-the- beat" feeling it is very much a real "let-yourself- go" dance.

Drop In Create Night

All Ages / Variable Dates & Times / $10

Join us for an hour on select dates for Drop In Create Night. This program is $10/family. When registering, only one student per family needs registered. Parents are encouraged to stay at Pickaway Place during the hour.


Youth Hip Hop: Ages 5-7

Ages 5-7 / Oct. 22-Nov. 26 / $90 / 6:30-7:15p.

This is a six week course taught by our partner Chelsea Crabtree from CLC Dance. The course runs Tuesdays from 6:30-7:15 p.m. October 22 through November 26 and is $90 for the six week series ($15/week.) This class is best for kids ages 5-7. 

Come explore hip hop dance by learning basic rhythm and coordination. Students will develop strength, focus, and agility through basic break-dancing and street jazz techniques in a fun and energetic environment. Don’t forget to bring your tennis shoes!

Preschool Gymnastics

Ages 2-5 / Sept. 13 - Nov. 8 / $145 / 5:45-6:30p.

This class will introduce students to learning basic gymnastics skills alone with the instructor. Children will begin learning basic gymnastics skills and proper techniques. Children will work on skills and drills to establish their balance, flexibility, strength & coordination. Gymnastics related games, learning activities, and obstacle courses will be incorporated along the way. They will be able to experience the fun of gymnastics and getting active!t.

This class is taught by our partners at Gym Skills. Classes run on Fridays from September 13 to November 8 with no class on Friday, October 18. Register by September 1 at $145 or after September 1 for $160.

Youth Hip Hop: Ages 8-12

Ages 8-12 / Oct. 22-Nov. 26 / $90 / 7:15-8p.

This is a six week course taught by our partner Chelsea Crabtree from CLC Dance. The course runs Tuesdays from 7:15 -8 p.m. September 3 through October 8 and is $90 for the six week series ($15/class.)

Come explore hip hop dance by learning basic rhythm and coordination. Students will develop strength, focus, and agility through basic break-dancing and street jazz techniques in a fun and energetic environment. Don’t forget to bring your tennis shoes!

Ninja Champs

Ages 6+ / Sept. 13-Nov. 8 / $168 / 7:45-8:45p.

For Boys and Girls! This class teaches strength, agility, creativity, discipline, and total body control. Each class will feature obstacle course training and conditioning. The class combines multiple components such as: gymnastics for safety, martial arts for control, parkour for coordination, and more. This class will have your athlete feeling confident and tired when it's over!

This class is taught by our partners at Gym Skills. The class is Friday nights from 7:45-8:45 Friday, September 13 through November 8. There is no class on Friday, October 18. Early registration fees through September 1 are $168. After September 1 registration fee is $184. 

Baseball & Softball Hitting League

10U & 12U / Wednesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays / $75/person / 6-9 p.m. & 10a.m. -3p.m.

Four person team hitting league runs five weeks. Teams should include a catcher and a pitcher (pitching machine can be used in a pinch.) League play is:
Wednesdays 6-9 p.m. is 12U Softball
Thursdays 6-9 p.m. is 10U Baseball
Saturdays 10 a.m.-1 p.m. is 10U Softball
Saturdays 2-4 p.m. is 12U Baseball
Game dates/times will be provided one week prior to start date. Players may sign up in a team of four or as a free agent to be placed on a team. Player age is based on April 1 date. Players may join max two teams.

Reading Group

Grades 2nd, 3rd, 4th Grade / Oct. 23-Nov. 20 / $125 / 6-7 p.m.

Elementary Reading Tutoring
Ohio's Third Grade Reading Guarantee identifies students from kindergarten through grade 3 that are behind in reading. We have certified teachers with reading endorsements that can help kids prepare for the test! Let us provide the help and support your young student needs to make sure they are on track for reading success by the end of third grade. Small group classes run from 6:00 PM-7:00 PM starting Wednesday, October 23 through Wednesday, November 20. This class is best for kids ages 7-10 or second, third and fourth grade. This program is ran by our partners at Tutor Doctor and is $125/student.


Ages 6+ / Sept. 13-Nov. 8 / $168 / 6:45-7:45p.

This class is designed for Boys & Girls 6 & up. Athletes will be able to learn beginner gymnastics skills on all 4 apparatus: vault, bars, beam and floor as well as trampoline and rings! Children will learn the fundamentals of gymnastics, learn proper technique and body positions. Classes are 1 hour long.

This class is brought to you by our partners at Gym Skills. The classes run Friday nights from 6:45-7:45 p.m. September 13 through November 8 with no classes on Friday, October 18. Early registration (through September 1) fees are $168. After September 1, registration fee is $184.

Cursive Rocks!

Grades 3-5 / Nov. 4-Dec. 6 / $35 / 6-7p.

Beginning or remediation of cursive writing of lowercase letters for students grades 3rd-5th. With a focus on visual memory, speed, letter formation and legibility. Fun is always included along with multi-sensory activities. This program is taught by our partners at The Penmanship Lab. The course runs on Wednesdays November 4 to December 6 from 6-7 p.m. and is $35 per student per hour; class ratio 1:8.

Design the Runway

Grades 2-6 / Tues. & Thurs. Jan. 7-Jan. 30 / $160 / 6-7p.

Design your very own fashion line with us! Budding designers will create a fashion portfolio, create a one of a kind piece with recyclable goods and end the week with a Runway Show to stop Fashion Week! We will participate in several design challenges too. Come design the runway with us!

Tastes Around the World

Grades K-6 / Tues. & Thurs. Feb. 4-Feb. 27 / $160 / 6-7p.

Explore the tastes of the world by visiting Italy to make tiramisu, sailing to Mexico to create salsa, and cruising to France to bake crepes. Pack your bags because this is an adventure that you do not want to miss! Our chefs will mix, chop and craft the classes away!

Due to the kitchen and time constraints, we are unable to bake during this program, however, children will stir, chop, decorate and taste their creations.

One Time

Adulting 101 with Essential Oils

Ages 18+ / Oct.26 / $5 / 10-11a.

Sometimes adulting is hard and we need some extra help. Join us to learn how doTERRA essential oils can help you through those rough times! You will have a chance to make fantastic rollerball blends such as a confidence blend, a women’s monthly blend, a worry blend, a frustration blend and more!
Registration is $5 and will include one make and take item at half price and awesome recipes to take home. There will be drawings for oil goodies as well!
The first make and take item will be $2.50 and additional ones will be $5 each. We will also have an oil scanner available which will help you learn what oils/products your body will respond to most. Scans will be $5.

Book Club

Ages 18+ / See Dates Below / $5 / See Times Below

Our book club is great for anyone who enjoys reading and wants to meet new people, get out of the house with or without the kids or who just overall enjoys chatting about common interests found in the selected books!

The book club meets monthly towards the end of the month. Participants can join when the book and/or time work for them and don't feel bad if you didn't finish the book yet! The same book is discussed at each of the three times in the same month giving you opportunity to come when it works for you!

Wednesday 10 a.m. with Open Play for Kids

Wednesday 7 p.m. with No Kids

Thursday 6 p.m. with Open Play for Kids

Book club fee is $5 per month and can be paid online through your account or onsite. Some food and beverages will be provided and you are welcome to bring your own. 

October: Spark of Light by Jodi Picoult (10/23 & 10/24) Beloved bestselling author Jodi Picoult is back with a new novel that will keep your book club talking for hours. A Spark of Light is told in reverse chronological order, and takes place at an abortion clinic in Mississippi on the day that a shooter attacks the facility. At the clinic, readers will meet a hostage negotiator whose teenage daughter is stuck inside, an anti-abortion activist who is gathering information, and a woman who plans to terminate a pregnancy, among others. These storylines converge on the day of the attack, and readers will be riveted as they learn more about what brought each character to the clinic and how their lives will be changed by the gunman’s actions.

November: The Proposal by Jasmine Guillory (11/20 & 11/21) After a mere five months of dating, the very last thing Nikole Paterson expects from her actor boyfriend is a date to the Dodgers game that ends in a massive public proposal on the scoreboard. Shocked and embarrassed, Nikole is pinned to the spot while cameras capture every moment—until a handsome stranger by the name of Carlos Ibarra steps in to help her escape. Carlos takes Nikole to a bar to have a drink and hide from the crowds, and soon sparks are flying.

December: Girls on the Line by Jennie Liu (12/18 & 12/19) Set in the city of Gujiao, China in 2009, this young adult novel explores the difficult choices a young girl and her best friend face when one of them becomes pregnant under China’s One-Child Policy. Now that they’ve come of age, Luli and Yun leave the orphanage they grew up in behind and begin to work at a local factory. The two are reveling in their newfound independence, but their joy is shattered when Yun discovers that she’s pregnant. Under the One-Child Policy, it’s illegal to be pregnant and unmarried. Yun is desperate to believe that her boyfriend Yong will help her, despite the rumors that he’s trafficking women out of the city as brides for men in the country. 

ROX Communication & Self Defense Workshop

Mothers & Daughters Ages 10+ / Oct.26 / $40 / 9a.-12:30p.

Enhance Communication WITH A MOTHER/DAUGHTER WORKSHOP Adolescence can make it difficult for adults and teens to communicate. This workshop is designed to increase understanding and communication between girls and the significant adult females in their lives. In part one of this 3 hour workshop, a licensed counselor and expert ROX facilitator will provide tips & strategies that will help adult women better connect with the girl in their lives. In part two, girls and women will learn skills to keep themselves safe as taught in our interactive safety and self-defense workshop.

This is a one time program for mothers and daughters ages 10+. When registering, please register both the mother and daughter (this may require you to add the mother as a student in your account.) This is a three-hour workshop on Saturday, October 26 from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Participation is $40 total ($20 per person.) This workshop is brought to you by our partners at ROX





Beginner Crochet: Potholder or Scarf

Ages 16+ / Oct. 23 / $25 / 7-8p.

Join other beginners in learning the art of crochet. This one hour class will teach you the basic elements of learning to crochet. Yarn will be provided, however it is recommended that you purchase your own basic 5 mm crochet hook. We recommend purchase of this Hook Set this Scissor Set and/or this Hook Set.

Within the one hour class, you will select from a potholder or scarf and begin the project. Most projects will need completed at home. Patterns will be provided to aid finishing the project at home.

Make Your Own Seasonal Journal

Ages 8+ with an adult / Friday, Nov. 15 6p. / Monday, Nov. 18 7p. / $5

Create your own personalized seasonal journal to help you stay organized, motivated and focused in the upcoming holiday season.

Select from inspirational pages, biblical/scripture pages, shopping organization pages, recipe guide pages and more to design and create your own journal that works best for your needs. Once your inside pages are selected, the journals will be bound and then you'll decorate the front and back covers, add envelopes to help save money, organize coupons and more!

All materials are included in $5 fee. Class is the same on both dates.

Beginner Crochet: Ear Warmer

Ages 16+ / Nov. 2 / $25 / 10-11a.

Join other beginners in learning the art of crochet. This one hour class will teach you the basic elements of learning to crochet. Yarn will be provided, however it is recommended that you purchase your own basic 5 mm crochet hook. We recommend purchase of this Hook Set this Scissor Set and/or this Hook Set.

Within the one hour class, you will begin the ear warmer project. Some projects will need completed at home. Patterns will be provided to aid finishing the project at home.

Heritage Angel Ornament

Ages 10+ with Adult / Dec. 3, 6 p.m. / Dec. 11, 7 p.m. / $10

Create a ceramic, hand crafted angel ornament in honor of a loved-one. Bring a small piece of heritage or other fabric to drape your angel.

All materials are included in the $10 fee. Class is the same on both dates.

Ladies Night Out Sip & Shop

16+ / Dec. 7 / $FREE / 4-8p.

Grab your friends and enjoy a night out shopping, sipping and more!


Payment for any class or program is due in full by the start date of the event. In some cases, deposit payments are required to hold a spot in the class. Payment can be in the form of credit card

The age requirements for the camps are set by the partner organization.

Preschool : generally best for kids who have experience at least one year of preschool through kindergarten age students. Approximately kids ages 4-7.

Elementary : programs are suited for kids who have completed kindergarten through fifth grade and are approximately ages 7-12.

Middle School : camps and classes are created for students who have completed 6th through 8th grade and are approximately ages 11-14.

High School : programs are defined for students who are incoming 9th-12th grade and are approximately ages 14-18.

Multi-Grade : programs defined as multi-grade are for kids in multiple groups (such as elementary and middle or middle and high school). It is best to check the age recommendations in the class descriptions.