Spring is in the air at Westlake Rec

The Easter Bunny was a splash at the Easter Water Carnival

Finally the warm weather has made an appearance. The grass is growing, the birds are chirping and the smell of spring has arrived. The Westlake Recreation Center is getting into the swing of spring and offering great programming for people of all ages. Here are some programs that are happening very soon.

Parents, here’s an opportunity for some quality adult time! We’ll take care of the kids while you take care of yourselves. Under adult supervision, children will participate in structured activities, receive pizza and will be entertained while you go out. Don’t miss out on this opportunity of free time for yourself.

Bring your dancing shoes and get ready to learn new moves. We are offering Line Dancing starting April 12; Advanced Ballroom and Advanced Swing both starting April 14. If you’re in the mood to learn some new steps and want to dance like the stars these classes are for you.

If your child has an interest or if you would like your child to learn more about volleyball check out our Junior Spikers program. In this fun and relaxed setting, kids in grades K-2 will learn the sport of volleyball and the techniques to bump, set, and spike. Classes will start April 14. 

Here’s a class for you soon-to-be moms. We are offering a Prenatal/Post Natal Fitness class. Exercising regularly helps with reducing pregnancy discomfort. This class will focus on techniques to help you through and after your pregnancy.

Are you too young to use the DEN? Well we have something for you. DEN Jr. is for kids ages 7-9 who want to learn about the benefits of exercising. This class uses step-by-step approach to exercising and will allow for the kids to learn new/improved ways to exercise. We have plenty of room in the two sessions that are being offered on April 12 and another session starting on April 14.

More information regarding programs and events, please call the Westlake Recreation Center at 440-808-5700 or go to our website at www.cityofwestlake.org/recreation.

Chris Haldi works for the City of Westlake Recreation Department.

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Volume 2, Issue 7, Posted 2:43 PM, 04.01.2010