Hi folks. This is just a note to let you know that Steel City Hoop Union is still going strong. We manage our internet life via Facebook these days, so this little blog is dormant. HOWEVER, we still hoop
at the Union Project
corner of Stanton and Negley
6:30 - 7:30
We provide hoops, music, good company, space to spin, and instruction if you want it
Every first Tuesday is Hoop/Zumba with Gwen Tucker
For the latest news and hoop pictures, check us aaht on Facebook:
Monday, February 15, 2010
Stef has a sweet new video of hooping in the snow on YouTube. If you've been snow hooping, too, please send us pictures or video!
We had to skip Hoop Tuesday last week because of the snow, and I CAN'T WAIT to get moving again tomorrow night. If you are tired of getting all your exercise from hauling snow, come hula hoop with us at the Union Project tomorrow night.
HOOP UNION TUESDAY
6:30 - 7:30 pm
at the Union Project
no experience necessary
Please bring $5 (or what you can) to help us pay for hoops and space.
Come play with us!
Posted by Erika Johnson at 9:20 AM
Monday, February 8, 2010
Hello Winter. There will be no hooping at the Union Project this week, on account o' the SNOW. If we get another lovely sunny day like today, though, and if I'm not too busy digging out, maybe we could orchestrate a snow hooping session outside somewhere. Anybody up for it? Or maybe since nobody can go anywhere we can all just hoop in our own front yards and post pictures?
Posted by Erika Johnson at 9:56 PM
Saturday, February 6, 2010
Tuesday, January 26, 2010
Tuesday, January 19, 2010
Yes! We are hooping tonight, and every Tuesday, at the Union Project from 6:30 to 7:30 pm. The Union Project is at the corner of Stanton and Negley Ave. We've got hoops to share.
Watch for news about an important event next week. Stef will be back, and she's got big plans.
Also, the spot about our hoop jams on OnQ! Magazine last week was rightly postponed due to coverage of the earthquake in Haiti. The hooping segment is now scheduled for January 28. Meanwhile, all our thoughts are with the people in Haiti.
Hope to see you tonight!
Posted by Erika Johnson at 11:24 AM