With the current directive from the Governor relaxing restrictions related to COVID-19, the city has recently restarted additional programming for both children and adults. The additional classes and events are now at the same level as they were in November, before the statewide “pause”.
In addition to Tiny Tots and Safekey, which have been offered since school began, new opportunities for youngsters include Floor Hockey and Youth Baseball, Coach Pitch and T-Ball. There are also exciting activities like horseback riding at the corrals and swimming lessons at the pool.
Classes for adults include fitness for seniors, Aikido, Tai Chi, Dog Handler and Art Lessons. Adult swimming lessons and horseback riding are available. Adults can make reservations for pickleball and racquetball by calling (702) 293-9286. Adult softball will begin in May.
All activities are offered in compliance with current CDC guidelines, according to Julie Calloway, the city’s Parks and Recreation Manager. As COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease, the city plans to open more facilities and offer more classes. For up-to-date information on what’s currently available, click here.