Shifu Paul DiCrescenzo will be demonstrating some basic Kung Fu techniques for young Auburn Public Library patrons during a Zoom presentation Sept. 24. Submitted photo

AUBURN — The Auburn Public Library will offer a one-hour online workshop utilizing Zoom’s online technology to introduce young library patrons, ages 7 to 14, to a Chinese martial arts practice at 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 24.

The workshop will include warm-up exercises and stretching, learning basic unarmed Kung Fu techniques and exercises, learning a basic unarmed Kung Fu form and finishing up with cool-down exercises to relax the muscles to prevent soreness. All participants will get a Young Dragon Certificate of Achievement for their efforts.

Shifu Paul DiCrescenzo has been a martial arts practitioner since 1977. His training has included Korean karate and swordsmanship and Japanese classical weapons, and he has been training/teaching Chinese martial arts for the last 22 years. He teaches Wudang style Tai Chi/Qigong, Wudang Internal Kung Fu and Bai Long Quan Kung Fu. More information can be found at Two Dragons Path  http://www.twodragonspath.com/.

Call the library to register at 207-333-6640, ext. 3, or register with the online calendar at www.auburnpubliclibrary.org.


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