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2007-04-25 11:40:54   I like this idea, but maybe we should rename it to Wiki Community/Community Activities so that it doesn't get confused with all the general pages listing stuff to do around town. The description could note that these are casual activities open to anyone, started by members of the RocWiki community. —RachelBlumenthal

2007-07-23 11:10:07   I agree with Rachel. Cool idea but call it RocWiki Community activities so that people know it's based from RocWiki. —EmilyYang

2008-03-03 12:04:47   Renowned Children's Author and Storyteller Rafe Martin Saturday, March 29, 2008
Asbury First United Methodist Church
1050 East Avenue 14607
$5 per person, $15 max per family
Books will be available for purchase with a book signing to follow the performance.
Rafe is the author of over 20 books and the recipient of numerous awards in including 3 ALA Noteable Book Awards and 4 Parent's Choide Gold Awards. —LeslieAllen

2009-03-24 09:14:39   Hey Rochester!

Come hula hoop! Wednesdays at Genesee Valley Park (weather permitting of course!)
NEW WINTER MEETING SPOT - Flying Squirrel Community Space 285 Clarissa St. 14608

Do you already hoop? Then come join us! New to hooping? Give it a whirl then!

Hula Hooping is a lot of fun and a great way to get in shape! Hooping has inspired me and I want to help spread it in Rochester! This activity is exploding in popularity in other cities. So fun, simple, and healthy! Bring your own hoop, or I have extras for people to use. Come spin your stress away! Don't be afraid if you think you can't hula hoop! These aren't light, small little kid hoops. They're heavier and bigger, adult sized. I have kid hoops too! Everyone is welcome!


For more information about hula hooping in general...

If you're interested in hooping in Rochester... email

(First meeting is April 1st @ 5:30. I'm hoping to gather any current hoopers, as well as reach out to people who've never been exposed to hooping before, or have always wanted to try it. I would love to help you get started or work on some tricks, but this isn't a structured, formal, fitness class. This will be structured like a club, where hoopers of all levels can come together and learn from each other. Missing a meeting or arriving late isn't a problem at all. Come when ever your schedule allows for it!)

2009-05-18 14:48:16   Greetings. I am interested in playing some organized volleyball. I looked into hotshots but its way to much money,esp since i am college student. I was wondering if anybody new of a place where people play volleyball for fun like once a week or so? or could we organize one?