Trail Rec: T-ball and Teen-get-fit start this week

Programs include Peanut T-Ball, an intro to baseball and Teen Get Fit.

Peanut T-Ball, for ages 4 to 5, runs Thursday’s from 4:15 to 5 p.m. and T-Ball is for ages 6 to 7 and runs Thursday’s from 5 to 5:45 p.m. Both programs start Thursday and go to Nov. 28 at the Willi Krause Fieldhouse.

Instructor Wayne Florko will offer an intro to baseball and will teach the basics of hitting, catching, throwing and running bases. The emphasis is on fun. Bats and balls are provided but bring a glove if you have one.

The next Teen Get Fit for ages 13 to 14 gets going Monday from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at the Trail Aquatic Centre. You will be introduced to the fitness centre by a certified personal trainer in a group setting. Learn about physical fitness, weight training, cardio training, goal setting, safety and how to avoid injury. It is mandatory to attend one of these sessions prior to using the Fitness Centre.

Boomer Fit for Men is a new program taught by Lynn Kenneway for adults to seniors. These classes will include athletic type of exercise with no fancy footwork or choreography. This is an ability focused class where everyone is encouraged to go their own pace.

Included will be strength exercises with free weights and bands, cardiovascular training, and core work. A good stretch will round out the workout. The session will start on Oct. 28, Monday and Wednesday mornings from 8 to 9 a.m. at the Trail Memorial Centre. Register at the Trail Aquatic Centre.

Seniors Wellness Social Club will be starting on Oct. 22 to Nov. 19, Tuesday’s from 11 a.m. to noon at the Trail Aquatic Centre Multipurpose Room. This is a new program for those of you who would like to combine a social atmosphere with health and wellness activities. Each day we will start with a light warm up with simple exercises to get the joints and muscles moving. Then you will be guided through different wellness topics, such as nutrition, light body exercises, balance, and so much more. The last part is music, healthy snacks, and socializing.

Adult Co-Ed Drop In Hockey hits the ice on Oct. 18. Come out on Friday’s from noon to 1 p.m. at the Trail Memorial Centre to play some fun, casual, recreational hockey. Some days will be in the Kids Rink, and some on the big ice. Call for more information.

Mother’s Unite Garage Sale will be happening on Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Trail Memorial Centre Gym. Doors will open at 10 a.m. and remain open until 1 p.m. Come and check out all the great children’s items for sale. If you would like to rent a table at this event, the cost is $20 per table, and the deadline to register is Oct. 17.

For more info or to register, please call 368-6484 or the Aquatic Centre at 364-0888.


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