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Recreation programming is back!

Posted: September 13, 2021

Recreation programming is back!

This fall we are excited to be jumping back into programs! I have been meeting wonderful instructors over the last couple months, who are eager to connect with participants in their leisure of choice.

Programs will begin the week of September 20th and run until the week of December 13th, for a 13-week duration. We have health and wellness workshops (single and multi-week), a variety of yoga classes, Barre and Pilates classes, as well as children’s outdoor, science, art, and movement programs.

The number of program options might be slightly overwhelming to start with. I didn’t hold back. We have a group of passionate instructors who are excited to be with us, and I am very excited to have the recreation side of things blooming in the RM again.

Programs will occur on a seasonal basis – Fall (September to December), Winter (January to March), Spring (April to June) and Summer (July and August). Workshops will change throughout the year and programs will come and go, based on popularity. My goal for the first couple program sessions is to see what community members engage with, gain feedback from programs, and understand what I might be missing. While I believe we have a fantastic line up of programs for the fall 2021 session, I know it will take time to hit a groove, where we have programs that suit every individual’s needs.

Despite the unknowns of covid, programming will be offered this fall, no matter what. Some programs will run online to give individuals the chance to participate in programs from the comfort of their home. Other programs will take place in the Banquet Hall of the arena. I understand some people are tired of online programs, while others do not feel comfortable participating in group recreation. I want to make sure I have something to offer to everyone, as best I can. If a time comes where we can no longer participate in person, we are prepared to move all classes online and continue to give the community leisure opportunities.

Programs can be found under the Recreation tab on eaststpaul.com, on social media (Facebook and Instagram), and in the newsletter.

Nicole McDonald
Recreation Services Coordinator

Paige Marshall, a nanny seen above with Jack, will be offering children’s programming this fall as part of East St. Paul’s recreation options that include children’s outdoor, science, art and movement.  And Kristy Loewen, will be teaching pilates, circuit training, Fusion Yoga, and a variety of health workshops for the RM this fall.


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