Gymnastics club set to open in Newton

Dream Gymnastics Inc. will open its doors to interested gymnasts – of all ages and abilities – on Feb. 5 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.

A new gymnastics club is set to open in Newton, with a grand opening planned for the New Year.

Dream Gymnastics Inc. will open its doors to interested gymnasts – of all ages and abilities – on Feb. 5 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.

The new club is owned and operated by Kim Askin, a former gymnast and employee of several Surrey and White Rock gymnastic clubs; she has been coaching gymastics for 12 years.

Askin will be assisted at Dream Gymastics by her daughter, Jessica, who will serve as office manager as well as hip-hop dance instructor.

Dream Gymnastics is located at 301 14770 64 Ave. For more information on the club or the February open house, call 604-603-9457, email coachkim73@telus.net or visit www.dreamsgymnasticsinc.ca

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Just Posted

South Surrey’s A Rocha Canada named agriculture leader

Efforts celebrated during industry event at Surrey Arts Centre

Mathematician with White Rock roots named to Order of Canada

Robert Langlands honoured at order’s most prestigious level

Surrey sisters have been missing for two weeks

‘Both police and family are concerned for these youths’ health and well-being’

‘Neighbourhood parking’ discussion planned in White Rock

RVs on city street to be among issues explored: communications manager

VIDEO: ‘Climate emergency’ is Oxford’s 2019 Word of the Year

Other words on the shortlist included ‘extinction,’ ‘climate denial’ and ‘eco-anxiety’

Canucks erupt with 5 power-play goals in win over Nashville

Vancouver ends three-game slide with 6-3 triumph over Predators

65-million-year-old triceratops makes its debut in Victoria

Dino Lab Inc. is excavating the fossilized remains of a 65-million-year-old dinosaur

B.C. widow suing health authority after ‘untreatable’ superbug killed her husband

New Public Agency Health report puts Canadian death toll at 5,400 in 2018

Changes to B.C. building code address secondary suites, energy efficiency

Housing Minister Selina Robinson says the changes will help create more affordable housing

Trudeau appears open to safer-opioid proposal in Vancouver: mayor

The city has applied for $6 million from Health Canada to allow for the safe distribution of diamorphine

Security guard at Kamloops music festival gets three years for sexually assaulting concertgoer

Shawn Christopher Gray walked the woman home after she became seperated from her friends, court heard

Most Read

l -->