Erin Udell Fort Collins Coloradoan Published 8:00 AM EDT May 7, 2019 Are you trying to be your best self this summer? Enter the Fort Collins Recreator, the city’s seasonal catalog of offerings from introductory arts and crafts classes to one-time workouts and workshops. If you’re looking for something particularly new, check out this list of 36 new options offered in this summer’s Recreator — from an introduction to ice dancing to a hay bale workout on the farm. For full details and times of each class, check out The Recreator’s digital version. Summer registration opens 7 a.m. Thursday. Early registration is available for Fort Collins Senior Center members at 7 a.m. Tuesday. Adaptive recreation Adaptive Power Step Designed to challenge balance, coordination, strength and flexibility. Focus on walking stride and functional movement. Modified to accommodate all movement disorders. Age: 18 years and up Location: Foothills Activity Center Adaptive Watersports Days Spend time on the water with adaptive kayaks and stand up paddle boards. Designed for people with and without physical disabilities. Equipment and expertise provided by Adaptive Adventures Meal included. Note: Rides from the Senior Center available. Contact Renee Lee at 970-224-6027, [email protected] Age: 12 years and up Horsetooth Reservoir, South Bay Pavilion Military & Family Multi-Sport Day… Read full this story
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