- Recreation Department Events
Recreation Department Events
Summer Recreation Sign-ups: t-ball, soft-toss, softball, coach pitch, soccer, basketball, toddler triathlon. Sign up by April 28th or until all spots are filled. Summer Rec. Registration Link
Plastic Eggs: we are collecting plastic eggs you no longer want and would like to donate them to the city for a future activity. Drop them off at the Government Center from 8:00AM-4:30PM
ART CLASSES IN APRIL: Class Descriptions - $10/class (pay at the door)
Pet Rocks - April 4th 6-7PM
About the experience: Join us and create and take home your very own pet rock! Pick your rock, give them all the necessary accessories, decorate their home, give them a name, and you have your very own pet rock! All materials will be provided, just bring your wonderful selves and a shirt you can get dirty!
Aluminum Foil Sculptures - April 15th 10-11AM
About the experience: Join us as we make a craft that is not only simple to achieve, but fun to create! Aluminum foil sculptures are little statues made from aluminum that can portray any pose and rock any look your creative minds construct.
Print Making - April 15th 1-2PM
About the experience: Using styrofoam plates and tempra paint we will create a stamp of your own creation that you can use to print make a slew of artworks! You can even take it with you and print more at home! All materials will be provided, just bring your wonderful selves and a shirt you can get dirty!
Fiber Art Wall Hanging - April 18th 6-7PM
About the experience: Joining us as we use various fibers to create beautiful wall hangings inspired by the natural world. All materials will be provided.
Greeting Cards - April 22nd 10-11AM
About the experience: Join us as we create greeting cards for any and every occasion! Using water color and pen we will make unique, handcrafted cards to give to those around us. Need a gift for someone special in your life? This class will give you that and more! All materials will be provided.
Fiber Weaving - April 22nd 1-2PM
About the experience: Join us as we make our own decorative fiber weavings using straws and yarn! A perfect way to learn how to do a fun and easy craft at home using items around the house! All materials will be provided
Senior Walking Pass: Seniors have the opportunity to use the walking path at the Haehn Campus Center, 30138 College Ave. M-F 6:30AM-11PM; Sat-Sun 8AM-10PM from Nov 1-March 31. Sign up at the Haehn Campus Center $55
Senior Yoga: Wednesdays, 1:30-2:30, Heritage Hall; $3.50 if you are a member of the Whitney Senior Center or $5.00 for non-members. Call (320) 255-7245 to register. Increase your flexibility, balance, and range of motion as you move your entire body through a series of seated and standing yoga poses. Restorative breathing exercises and relaxation promote stress reduction and mental clarity. Optional chair support provides added stability when needed.
Enhance Fitness: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:30-2:30, Heritage Hall; $3.50 if you are a member of the Whitney Senior Center or $5.00 for non-members. Call (320) 255-7245 to register. An evidence-based program designed to improve the overall functional fitness and well-being of older adults. The exercises focus on four key areas important to health and fitness: stretching and flexibility; low impact aerobics; strength training; and balance.
Pickleball: at Kennedy Community School: Sundays 9-2:00PM; Mondays 6-9PM Tuesdays 6-9PM.
Open Gym: at Kennedy Community School: Sundays 11-2PM; Tuesdays 6-8PM. Come play basketball, volleyball, soccer, or whatever you choose $2
Additional programs offered through St. Cloud Community Education can be found at www.isd742.org/page/903