Georgia’s largest trampoline and Trampoline & Adventure Park strives to support local organizations.
Looking for new ways to stay active and have fun? Wondering how you can give back to your community with limited time and money to spend? Airborne Canton’s Jump to Serve program is going to pair those two goals. We’ll soon be your new, favorite way to give back and have fun at the same time.
Each month, our team selects and partners with an organization committed to bettering the lives within our local community or around the globe. Airborne will donate a percentage of the profits each month to the chosen organization.
We have two goals with Jump To Serve. First, we want to share what we have been blessed with and it is so important to help others in the community succeed. Often times these organizations rely on donations, grants, and fundraising to operate. Second, we want to inform our customers and community about these organizations and how they can partner, volunteer, or contribute to their missions. Much of the work being done is difficult and challenging, but also very rewarding. We might encourage someone to do great things in the service of others!
The Jump to SERVE program is a special program that has been on our hearts since before the park even opened. We can’t begin to explain how appreciative we are of how each organization selflessly serves this community. We love this community and how effortlessly it comes together to support those in need.
There have been two successful Jump to Serve months so far in 2019:
Goshen Valley – March was the first Jump to Serve month and Goshen Valley was our first organization. At Goshen Homes, they believe siblings are better together. They recruit, train, license, and support foster families working with sibling groups in and around Cherokee County. Goshen Homes is currently seeking new foster families willing to work with sibling groups to meet the rising needs of foster children in this community. The donated by Jump to Serve went to help Goshen fund the recruitment, training, and licensing of new foster families in order to meet the needs of more vulnerable sibling groups in foster care. We’re thrilled we could support them!
Cherokee Family Violence Center – April’s Jump to Serve organization envisions a world where intimate partner violence is a distant memory and healthy relationships prosper. The Cherokee Family Violence Center (CFVC) enhances the safety of those impacted by intimate partner violence through services that empower victims while advocating for a community standard of zero tolerance for violence in the home. There are several ways you can support CFVC and also several ways you can turn to them for help if you need it, including a 24-hour crisis hotline. We’re honored to support such an important cause.
We’ll keep you updated on Airborne’s Facebook page as to who May’s partner is going to be. Until then, come Jump To Serve!
Airborne Canton is pleased to announce that we’ve opened part of our park up to Zenit Gymnastics out of Canton! Zenit moved out of their old location just up the street and into an enormous expanded space inside our facility. They officially started offering classes the first week of April!
A Little More About Zenit
Zenit offers the very best in recreational and competitive gymnastics. Their classes focus on coordination, muscle strength, motor skills and proper technique. They strive to improve the physical fitness of every child in our program and serve the needs of our community. They offer classes for gymnasts ages 18 months through high school and adults at all skill levels.
Zenit strives to improve the physical fitness of every child in their program. With a variety of recreational classes including preschool, tumbling, cheer tumble, Gymstar team and pre-team, and summer camp opportunities for both boys and girls, they offer the best in recreational gymnastics.
Preschool and homeschool classes are scheduled in the morning and school-age classes and team classes are in the afternoon. Their classes are open enrollment, so gymnasts can sign up for a class at any time.
Airborne Canton and Zenit Gymnastics Summer Gymnastics Camp
In addition to having the Zenit team located inside the Airborne facility, we’re also excited to share that this summer, we’re partnering to bring summer campers the opportunity to play in the gym and jump on the trampolines!
Zenit’s Summer Camp will run from May 29th through July 28th, offering different games, obstacles, projects and crafts each week. These experiences are designed to challenge and push your child to try new things, explore their world, and test their abilities. There will be individual challenges as well as the chance to compete as part of a team. During Camp each day, your child will participate in scheduled, planned gymnastics with fantastic instruction.Zenit’s Summer Camp is fun and flexible and offers options to send your child for one week, one day every week, or any other schedule that suits your needs. For more information about class times, days and pricing, please visit their Summer Camp page on their site.
Airborne Extra: Children signed up for Zenit’s summer camp are offered the option to purchase 1-hour Airborne jump passes at a discounted price of $10 with choice of morning, afternoon, or both. Jump times are 10am – 11am and 2pm -3pm.
Be sure you sign up early to ensure a spot!
About Zenit Gymnastics Owners Michael and Elena Bereznev
Zenit Gymnastics is owned and directed by a husband and wife coaching team Michael and Elena Bereznev. Both Coach Michael and Elena spent fourteen years as elite gymnasts in Russia before starting their coaching careers. They are graduates of PF. Lesgaft University of Physical Culture and Sport Science in St. Petersburg, Russia. Between 1994-1999, Michael coached the Malaysian National Team. He has also coached a World Cup medalist, and at SKA (Sports Army club), as well as National School of Olympic Trainees, both of which are located in St. Petersburg. Michael and Elena have coached gymnasts who have placed in multiple girls’ and boys’ state, regional, and national championships.
We are so excited to invite Zenit into the Airborne Canton space and offer more ways to get active! Follow along on Facebook and Instagram to learn more about their class offerings and schedule, or visit their website for even more information.
In an effort to bring multiple options to our customers at Airborne Canton, we recently partnered with North Georgia Aerials to bring a fun new way to #GETAIRBORNE! These classes are designed for all ages and abilities, leaving room for anyone to give Aerial Silks and Acro a try!
Most of the first time classes require a simple text reservation before you come. Don’t be shy about giving it a try, we’ve got a class that suits just about everyone!
Aerials: learning to move in silks, sling and trapeze
Acro: playing airplane on someone’s feet plus so much more.
Aerial Class Schedules
If you’re interested in any of the aerial or acro classes, here’s a full schedule of everything offered here at Airborne:
Monday (Here at Airborne Canton)
3-4pm – Kids under 8 Aerials (requires reservation)
4-5pm – Kids 8-13 Aerials (requires reservation)
4-5pm – Family Acro (requires reservation)
5-6pm – Mixed Level Aerials
6-7pm – Performance Team
6-7pm – Mixed Level Aerials
7-8pm – Family Acro
7-8pm – Intro to Aerials (requires reservation)
Thursday (Here at Airborne Canton)
4:30-5:30pm – Kids Aerials
5-6pm – Level 1-3
6-7pm – Mixed Level Aerials
6-7pm – Intro to Aerials (requires reservation)
More about North Georgia Aerials’ Owner, Amy Powell
North Georgia Aerials’ owner, Amy Powell, has been doing aerials for 18 years. Currently, she teaches classes at her studios in Woodstock and Canton, Georgia, as well as trains other aerial Directors and advanced aerialists both at her own studio and in other cities around the Southeast.
Before starting North Georgia Aerials, Amy was the founder/owner/director of Chattanooga Aerials, where she taught classes to the public as well as trained dancers for Grounded High Aerial Dance Ensemble weekly.
Amy has had the opportunity to train and work with notable dancers and continuously performs for various events and/or with other dance companies in the southeast. She performed on dance trapeze, aerial fabrics, aerial cube, lyra, bungee, slings, tetra, as well as in acrobalance and floor dance routines.
If you have more questions about the Aerials classes, please contact Amy Powell on her Facebook page at North Georgia Aerials – they are on Facebook and Instagram. Give them a follow to stay up-to-date on the latest classes and offerings.
Here at Airborne Canton, we understand the importance of a place where teenagers can hang out. A “cool” place that’s approved by Mom and Dad. For that reason, we started our monthly Flight Club, a once-a-month opportunity for teenagers in and around Cherokee County to meet and hang out.
Why is it called Flight Club?
The first rule of Flight Club? (We’re kidding!) Truthfully? We liked the name! We tried to come up with something catchy enough for our brand, that would also appeal to teenagers.
What do Airborne’s Flight Club Teen Nights Offer?
When creating our teen nights, we had a few specific goals in mind:
A Place for Live Music: At each Flight Club event, we’ll have rotating music and themes to keep things interesting for the teens who attend. The last thing we want is an event that’s repetitive and boring.
A Place to Connect and Inspire: Our goal is to offer a place for teens to connect with each other, and in some cases, inspire each other. So much can happen in an environment that feels safe and welcoming–and we feel very strongly about that.
A Safe Space with Parents in Mind: Here in Cherokee County, there aren’t very many places for teenagers to go and hang out–face to face. We believe in human connection and wanted to provide a safe, clean place to nurture that.