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Monday April 12, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Groove Dance Fitness - Groove - Dance
GROOVE is a super simple and creative dance experience that incorporates movement for all bodies and abilities. Each class includes a warm up and cool down and can have a variety of health and skill benefits such as cardio, strength, balance, agility, coordination, and flexibility. Every class is set with the intention for you to enjoy and honor your body in a safe environment. 5 additional things we practice on the dance floor: 1) No one cares what you look like 2) Your way is the right way 3) You should be different 4) No one can do it for you 5) You don’t know until you try For the class please bring water, a yoga mat or blanket to lay on, comfortable clothes to move in though shoes are optional, and your unique personality! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in  .
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Dance Fit - Dance Fit - Intensity
Dance Fit is an above average intensity dance fitness program with optional modifications possible for lower intensity participants. Each class includes a warm up and cool down, in addition to a variety of music selections and body movements. Moves and music are not limited to Latin-inspired selections, but they are included.  For the class please bring water, small personal towel, comfortable clothes to move in, and your excitement! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in the gym.
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga - Yoga - Intermediate
Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living. The Recreation Department currently offers two yoga classes based on your experience and comfort level:Basic Intro to Yoga: in this class, participants will learn the different core elements of yoga, including terminology and poses. Basic Yoga is a combination of Yin and Restorative Yoga which is gentle, slow-paced and passive involving longer pose holds and deep breathing.  Basic Yoga will incorporate a still style with restful poses.  Most postures will be seated and supine. You do no need an experience to register for this class, however, you are welcome to be part of this class even if you've practiced yoga in past. This class should build your confidence and give you an introductory understanding of yoga that would be helpful in future classes. Meets once weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Beginner/Intermediate Yoga: this class is a combination of levels and experiences. Participants are usually familiar with the concepts of yoga and poses can be modified for the more experienced and confident person. Beginning/Intermediate Yoga will be Hatha Yoga encompassing traditional yoga styles with emphasis on beginning and intermediate pose levels.  Hatha Yoga is a fundamental system that focuses on pairing poses with breathing techniques.  However, some Hatha Yoga poses focus on flowing the breath in static/still postures when holding the pose longer. These postures will be standing, bending, squatting, balancing, seated, supine, and prone. This class will move at a slightly faster pace than the Basic Intro to Yoga class because most people are familiar with the  poses. Meets twice weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Intermediate/Advanced Yoga: TBASpring 2021 classes will be held in the St. Johns Depot on Railroad St.Winter 2021 classes will be held in the gymnasium of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the gym.Fall/Winter 2020 classes will be held in Room 201 of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the second floor. The classroom is at the far west-end of the hallway next to the Public Playroom and Birthday Party Room. Elevator access is available near Door 5.Summer classes will be held in the park area adjacent to the Spray Park along Morton St. between the parking lot and Park St.**Registration will increase by $1.00 per class for classes beginning in April.Covid-10 precautions include social distancing of mats, temperature checks at home prior to class, face masks during the program activities, and additional safety measures as suggested by the CDC and that meet the Governor's order.
St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
Tuesday April 13, 2021
5:00 AM - 6:00 AM    Adult Morning Lap Swim/Aqua Therapy - Morning Lap Swim
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. . Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the pool if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to a smaller people in the pool. If we are able to take more than 10, we will have to double up in some lanes. Family members may share a lane and should sign up on the waiting list to be able to share. If sharing, additional family members can come as a drop-in and don't require a full class registration. Drop-ins will need a registration account and will be invoiced for their visits. (Family lane sharing may become necessary due to demand) Limit one person per lane, unless from the same household. (see above) All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building. You do not need to wear a mask while swimming. When coming on deck you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have some please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. Only the family changing rooms will be available for bathroom use only. Please come ready to swim and leave after you are done. Only the ON DECK SHOWERS WILL BE AVAILABLE. These are located by the diving boards. You must bring your own equipment. Kickboards, fins, noodles, and other equipment will not be available at the pool. Enter the pool from the doors by the Activities Office.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga - Yoga - Basic Intro
Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living. The Recreation Department currently offers two yoga classes based on your experience and comfort level:Basic Intro to Yoga: in this class, participants will learn the different core elements of yoga, including terminology and poses. Basic Yoga is a combination of Yin and Restorative Yoga which is gentle, slow-paced and passive involving longer pose holds and deep breathing.  Basic Yoga will incorporate a still style with restful poses.  Most postures will be seated and supine. You do no need an experience to register for this class, however, you are welcome to be part of this class even if you've practiced yoga in past. This class should build your confidence and give you an introductory understanding of yoga that would be helpful in future classes. Meets once weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Beginner/Intermediate Yoga: this class is a combination of levels and experiences. Participants are usually familiar with the concepts of yoga and poses can be modified for the more experienced and confident person. Beginning/Intermediate Yoga will be Hatha Yoga encompassing traditional yoga styles with emphasis on beginning and intermediate pose levels.  Hatha Yoga is a fundamental system that focuses on pairing poses with breathing techniques.  However, some Hatha Yoga poses focus on flowing the breath in static/still postures when holding the pose longer. These postures will be standing, bending, squatting, balancing, seated, supine, and prone. This class will move at a slightly faster pace than the Basic Intro to Yoga class because most people are familiar with the  poses. Meets twice weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Intermediate/Advanced Yoga: TBASpring 2021 classes will be held in the St. Johns Depot on Railroad St.Winter 2021 classes will be held in the gymnasium of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the gym.Fall/Winter 2020 classes will be held in Room 201 of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the second floor. The classroom is at the far west-end of the hallway next to the Public Playroom and Birthday Party Room. Elevator access is available near Door 5.Summer classes will be held in the park area adjacent to the Spray Park along Morton St. between the parking lot and Park St.**Registration will increase by $1.00 per class for classes beginning in April.Covid-10 precautions include social distancing of mats, temperature checks at home prior to class, face masks during the program activities, and additional safety measures as suggested by the CDC and that meet the Governor's order.
St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Pickleball - Evening Pickleball
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit or bring the card with you after you pay for your first visit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. You must bring your own equipment. 
Wilson Center
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
Wednesday April 14, 2021
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Morning Pickleball
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit or bring the card with you after you pay for your first visit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. You must bring your own equipment. 
Wilson Center
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Groove Dance Fitness - Groove - Dance
GROOVE is a super simple and creative dance experience that incorporates movement for all bodies and abilities. Each class includes a warm up and cool down and can have a variety of health and skill benefits such as cardio, strength, balance, agility, coordination, and flexibility. Every class is set with the intention for you to enjoy and honor your body in a safe environment. 5 additional things we practice on the dance floor: 1) No one cares what you look like 2) Your way is the right way 3) You should be different 4) No one can do it for you 5) You don’t know until you try For the class please bring water, a yoga mat or blanket to lay on, comfortable clothes to move in though shoes are optional, and your unique personality! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in  .
Wilson Center
 
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM    Open Gym Volleyball - Open Volleyball
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit or bring the card with you after you pay for your first visit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. You must bring your own equipment.  If 8 participants do not preregister for an individual session, that date will be cancelled and registration fees will be credited to your account. If three dates are cancelled, the program will be discontinued due to lack of interest.
Wilson Center
 
Thursday April 15, 2021
5:00 AM - 6:00 AM    Adult Morning Lap Swim/Aqua Therapy - Morning Lap Swim
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. . Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the pool if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to a smaller people in the pool. If we are able to take more than 10, we will have to double up in some lanes. Family members may share a lane and should sign up on the waiting list to be able to share. If sharing, additional family members can come as a drop-in and don't require a full class registration. Drop-ins will need a registration account and will be invoiced for their visits. (Family lane sharing may become necessary due to demand) Limit one person per lane, unless from the same household. (see above) All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building. You do not need to wear a mask while swimming. When coming on deck you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have some please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. Only the family changing rooms will be available for bathroom use only. Please come ready to swim and leave after you are done. Only the ON DECK SHOWERS WILL BE AVAILABLE. These are located by the diving boards. You must bring your own equipment. Kickboards, fins, noodles, and other equipment will not be available at the pool. Enter the pool from the doors by the Activities Office.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Pickleball - Evening Pickleball
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit or bring the card with you after you pay for your first visit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. You must bring your own equipment. 
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga - Yoga - Intermediate
Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living. The Recreation Department currently offers two yoga classes based on your experience and comfort level:Basic Intro to Yoga: in this class, participants will learn the different core elements of yoga, including terminology and poses. Basic Yoga is a combination of Yin and Restorative Yoga which is gentle, slow-paced and passive involving longer pose holds and deep breathing.  Basic Yoga will incorporate a still style with restful poses.  Most postures will be seated and supine. You do no need an experience to register for this class, however, you are welcome to be part of this class even if you've practiced yoga in past. This class should build your confidence and give you an introductory understanding of yoga that would be helpful in future classes. Meets once weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Beginner/Intermediate Yoga: this class is a combination of levels and experiences. Participants are usually familiar with the concepts of yoga and poses can be modified for the more experienced and confident person. Beginning/Intermediate Yoga will be Hatha Yoga encompassing traditional yoga styles with emphasis on beginning and intermediate pose levels.  Hatha Yoga is a fundamental system that focuses on pairing poses with breathing techniques.  However, some Hatha Yoga poses focus on flowing the breath in static/still postures when holding the pose longer. These postures will be standing, bending, squatting, balancing, seated, supine, and prone. This class will move at a slightly faster pace than the Basic Intro to Yoga class because most people are familiar with the  poses. Meets twice weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Intermediate/Advanced Yoga: TBASpring 2021 classes will be held in the St. Johns Depot on Railroad St.Winter 2021 classes will be held in the gymnasium of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the gym.Fall/Winter 2020 classes will be held in Room 201 of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the second floor. The classroom is at the far west-end of the hallway next to the Public Playroom and Birthday Party Room. Elevator access is available near Door 5.Summer classes will be held in the park area adjacent to the Spray Park along Morton St. between the parking lot and Park St.**Registration will increase by $1.00 per class for classes beginning in April.Covid-10 precautions include social distancing of mats, temperature checks at home prior to class, face masks during the program activities, and additional safety measures as suggested by the CDC and that meet the Governor's order.
St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
Friday April 16, 2021
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Morning Lap Swim/Aqua Therapy - Morning Lap Swim/Aqua Therapy
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. . Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the pool if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to a smaller people in the pool. If we are able to take more than 10, we will have to double up in some lanes. Family members may share a lane and should sign up on the waiting list to be able to share. If sharing, additional family members can come as a drop-in and don't require a full class registration. Drop-ins will need a registration account and will be invoiced for their visits. (Family lane sharing may become necessary due to demand) Limit one person per lane, unless from the same household. (see above) All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building. You do not need to wear a mask while swimming. When coming on deck you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have some please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. Only the family changing rooms will be available for bathroom use only. Please come ready to swim and leave after you are done. Only the ON DECK SHOWERS WILL BE AVAILABLE. These are located by the diving boards. You must bring your own equipment. Kickboards, fins, noodles, and other equipment will not be available at the pool. Enter the pool from the doors by the Activities Office.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Kick-n-Style Line Dancing - Kick-n-Style Cardio Line Dancing - Beginner
Kick-N-Style Line Dancing is here to bring people together doing a healthy activity in a positive atmosphere. Providing a fun way to get in your cardio workout as well as work your mind. Kick-N-Style also creates and attends events for Kick-N-Style Dancers to attend outside of class to share their dance moves with the public and of course hang out with each other.This is an activity you can share with your family, significant other, friends, etc. We have three generations of a family that come together for a fun, healthy activity to enjoy together.Kick-N-Style Dancers are very welcoming of new dancers and you will become part of the dance family very quickly if you so desire. These dancers are very supportive and you will create many new friends.We have all been beginners and Kick-N-Style Dancers are very helpful to new dancers and have been more than willing to help you pick up the dances. We all understand the frustration in the beginning learning the dances.  It does get easier! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in.
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Adult PM Lap Swim - PM Lap Swim
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the pool if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to smaller number of people in the pool. If we are able to take more than 10, we will have to double up in some lanes. Family members may share a lane and should sign up on the waiting list to be able to share. If sharing, additional family members can come as a drop-in and don't require a full class registration. Drop-ins will need a registration account and will be invoiced for their visits. (Family lane sharing may become necessary due to demand) Limit one person per lane, unless from the same household. (see above) All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building. You do not need to wear a mask while swimming. When coming on deck you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have some please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. Only the family changing rooms will be available for bathroom use only. Please come ready to swim and leave after you are done. Only the ON DECK SHOWERS WILL BE AVAILABLE. These are located by the diving boards. You must bring your own equipment. Kickboards, fins, noodles, and other equipment will not be available at the pool. Enter the pool from the doors by the Activities Office.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Kick-n-Style Line Dancing - Kick-n-Style Cardio Line Dancing - Intermediate
Kick-N-Style Line Dancing is here to bring people together doing a healthy activity in a positive atmosphere. Providing a fun way to get in your cardio workout as well as work your mind. Kick-N-Style also creates and attends events for Kick-N-Style Dancers to attend outside of class to share their dance moves with the public and of course hang out with each other.This is an activity you can share with your family, significant other, friends, etc. We have three generations of a family that come together for a fun, healthy activity to enjoy together.Kick-N-Style Dancers are very welcoming of new dancers and you will become part of the dance family very quickly if you so desire. These dancers are very supportive and you will create many new friends.We have all been beginners and Kick-N-Style Dancers are very helpful to new dancers and have been more than willing to help you pick up the dances. We all understand the frustration in the beginning learning the dances.  It does get easier! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in.
Wilson Center
 
Saturday April 17, 2021
1:00 PM - 5:00 PM    Kocisky - Birthday Party Main City Park - Hainer Pavilion
 
Sunday April 18, 2021
7:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Bellant - Wedding Shower St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
12:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Bellant - Wedding Shower St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
Monday April 19, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Groove Dance Fitness - Groove - Dance
GROOVE is a super simple and creative dance experience that incorporates movement for all bodies and abilities. Each class includes a warm up and cool down and can have a variety of health and skill benefits such as cardio, strength, balance, agility, coordination, and flexibility. Every class is set with the intention for you to enjoy and honor your body in a safe environment. 5 additional things we practice on the dance floor: 1) No one cares what you look like 2) Your way is the right way 3) You should be different 4) No one can do it for you 5) You don’t know until you try For the class please bring water, a yoga mat or blanket to lay on, comfortable clothes to move in though shoes are optional, and your unique personality! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in  .
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Dance Fit - Dance Fit - Intensity
Dance Fit is an above average intensity dance fitness program with optional modifications possible for lower intensity participants. Each class includes a warm up and cool down, in addition to a variety of music selections and body movements. Moves and music are not limited to Latin-inspired selections, but they are included.  For the class please bring water, small personal towel, comfortable clothes to move in, and your excitement! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in the gym.
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga - Yoga - Intermediate
Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living. The Recreation Department currently offers two yoga classes based on your experience and comfort level:Basic Intro to Yoga: in this class, participants will learn the different core elements of yoga, including terminology and poses. Basic Yoga is a combination of Yin and Restorative Yoga which is gentle, slow-paced and passive involving longer pose holds and deep breathing.  Basic Yoga will incorporate a still style with restful poses.  Most postures will be seated and supine. You do no need an experience to register for this class, however, you are welcome to be part of this class even if you've practiced yoga in past. This class should build your confidence and give you an introductory understanding of yoga that would be helpful in future classes. Meets once weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Beginner/Intermediate Yoga: this class is a combination of levels and experiences. Participants are usually familiar with the concepts of yoga and poses can be modified for the more experienced and confident person. Beginning/Intermediate Yoga will be Hatha Yoga encompassing traditional yoga styles with emphasis on beginning and intermediate pose levels.  Hatha Yoga is a fundamental system that focuses on pairing poses with breathing techniques.  However, some Hatha Yoga poses focus on flowing the breath in static/still postures when holding the pose longer. These postures will be standing, bending, squatting, balancing, seated, supine, and prone. This class will move at a slightly faster pace than the Basic Intro to Yoga class because most people are familiar with the  poses. Meets twice weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Intermediate/Advanced Yoga: TBASpring 2021 classes will be held in the St. Johns Depot on Railroad St.Winter 2021 classes will be held in the gymnasium of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the gym.Fall/Winter 2020 classes will be held in Room 201 of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the second floor. The classroom is at the far west-end of the hallway next to the Public Playroom and Birthday Party Room. Elevator access is available near Door 5.Summer classes will be held in the park area adjacent to the Spray Park along Morton St. between the parking lot and Park St.**Registration will increase by $1.00 per class for classes beginning in April.Covid-10 precautions include social distancing of mats, temperature checks at home prior to class, face masks during the program activities, and additional safety measures as suggested by the CDC and that meet the Governor's order.
St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
Tuesday April 20, 2021
5:00 AM - 6:00 AM    Adult Morning Lap Swim/Aqua Therapy - Morning Lap Swim
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. . Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the pool if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to a smaller people in the pool. If we are able to take more than 10, we will have to double up in some lanes. Family members may share a lane and should sign up on the waiting list to be able to share. If sharing, additional family members can come as a drop-in and don't require a full class registration. Drop-ins will need a registration account and will be invoiced for their visits. (Family lane sharing may become necessary due to demand) Limit one person per lane, unless from the same household. (see above) All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building. You do not need to wear a mask while swimming. When coming on deck you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have some please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. Only the family changing rooms will be available for bathroom use only. Please come ready to swim and leave after you are done. Only the ON DECK SHOWERS WILL BE AVAILABLE. These are located by the diving boards. You must bring your own equipment. Kickboards, fins, noodles, and other equipment will not be available at the pool. Enter the pool from the doors by the Activities Office.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga - Yoga - Basic Intro
Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living. The Recreation Department currently offers two yoga classes based on your experience and comfort level:Basic Intro to Yoga: in this class, participants will learn the different core elements of yoga, including terminology and poses. Basic Yoga is a combination of Yin and Restorative Yoga which is gentle, slow-paced and passive involving longer pose holds and deep breathing.  Basic Yoga will incorporate a still style with restful poses.  Most postures will be seated and supine. You do no need an experience to register for this class, however, you are welcome to be part of this class even if you've practiced yoga in past. This class should build your confidence and give you an introductory understanding of yoga that would be helpful in future classes. Meets once weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Beginner/Intermediate Yoga: this class is a combination of levels and experiences. Participants are usually familiar with the concepts of yoga and poses can be modified for the more experienced and confident person. Beginning/Intermediate Yoga will be Hatha Yoga encompassing traditional yoga styles with emphasis on beginning and intermediate pose levels.  Hatha Yoga is a fundamental system that focuses on pairing poses with breathing techniques.  However, some Hatha Yoga poses focus on flowing the breath in static/still postures when holding the pose longer. These postures will be standing, bending, squatting, balancing, seated, supine, and prone. This class will move at a slightly faster pace than the Basic Intro to Yoga class because most people are familiar with the  poses. Meets twice weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Intermediate/Advanced Yoga: TBASpring 2021 classes will be held in the St. Johns Depot on Railroad St.Winter 2021 classes will be held in the gymnasium of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the gym.Fall/Winter 2020 classes will be held in Room 201 of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the second floor. The classroom is at the far west-end of the hallway next to the Public Playroom and Birthday Party Room. Elevator access is available near Door 5.Summer classes will be held in the park area adjacent to the Spray Park along Morton St. between the parking lot and Park St.**Registration will increase by $1.00 per class for classes beginning in April.Covid-10 precautions include social distancing of mats, temperature checks at home prior to class, face masks during the program activities, and additional safety measures as suggested by the CDC and that meet the Governor's order.
St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Pickleball - Evening Pickleball
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit or bring the card with you after you pay for your first visit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. You must bring your own equipment. 
Wilson Center
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
Wednesday April 21, 2021
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Morning Pickleball
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit or bring the card with you after you pay for your first visit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. You must bring your own equipment. 
Wilson Center
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Groove Dance Fitness - Groove - Dance
GROOVE is a super simple and creative dance experience that incorporates movement for all bodies and abilities. Each class includes a warm up and cool down and can have a variety of health and skill benefits such as cardio, strength, balance, agility, coordination, and flexibility. Every class is set with the intention for you to enjoy and honor your body in a safe environment. 5 additional things we practice on the dance floor: 1) No one cares what you look like 2) Your way is the right way 3) You should be different 4) No one can do it for you 5) You don’t know until you try For the class please bring water, a yoga mat or blanket to lay on, comfortable clothes to move in though shoes are optional, and your unique personality! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in  .
Wilson Center
 
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM    Open Gym Volleyball - Open Volleyball
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit or bring the card with you after you pay for your first visit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. You must bring your own equipment.  If 8 participants do not preregister for an individual session, that date will be cancelled and registration fees will be credited to your account. If three dates are cancelled, the program will be discontinued due to lack of interest.
Wilson Center
 
Thursday April 22, 2021
5:00 AM - 6:00 AM    Adult Morning Lap Swim/Aqua Therapy - Morning Lap Swim
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. . Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the pool if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to a smaller people in the pool. If we are able to take more than 10, we will have to double up in some lanes. Family members may share a lane and should sign up on the waiting list to be able to share. If sharing, additional family members can come as a drop-in and don't require a full class registration. Drop-ins will need a registration account and will be invoiced for their visits. (Family lane sharing may become necessary due to demand) Limit one person per lane, unless from the same household. (see above) All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building. You do not need to wear a mask while swimming. When coming on deck you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have some please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. Only the family changing rooms will be available for bathroom use only. Please come ready to swim and leave after you are done. Only the ON DECK SHOWERS WILL BE AVAILABLE. These are located by the diving boards. You must bring your own equipment. Kickboards, fins, noodles, and other equipment will not be available at the pool. Enter the pool from the doors by the Activities Office.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Pickleball - Evening Pickleball
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit or bring the card with you after you pay for your first visit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. You must bring your own equipment. 
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga - Yoga - Intermediate
Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living. The Recreation Department currently offers two yoga classes based on your experience and comfort level:Basic Intro to Yoga: in this class, participants will learn the different core elements of yoga, including terminology and poses. Basic Yoga is a combination of Yin and Restorative Yoga which is gentle, slow-paced and passive involving longer pose holds and deep breathing.  Basic Yoga will incorporate a still style with restful poses.  Most postures will be seated and supine. You do no need an experience to register for this class, however, you are welcome to be part of this class even if you've practiced yoga in past. This class should build your confidence and give you an introductory understanding of yoga that would be helpful in future classes. Meets once weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Beginner/Intermediate Yoga: this class is a combination of levels and experiences. Participants are usually familiar with the concepts of yoga and poses can be modified for the more experienced and confident person. Beginning/Intermediate Yoga will be Hatha Yoga encompassing traditional yoga styles with emphasis on beginning and intermediate pose levels.  Hatha Yoga is a fundamental system that focuses on pairing poses with breathing techniques.  However, some Hatha Yoga poses focus on flowing the breath in static/still postures when holding the pose longer. These postures will be standing, bending, squatting, balancing, seated, supine, and prone. This class will move at a slightly faster pace than the Basic Intro to Yoga class because most people are familiar with the  poses. Meets twice weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Intermediate/Advanced Yoga: TBASpring 2021 classes will be held in the St. Johns Depot on Railroad St.Winter 2021 classes will be held in the gymnasium of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the gym.Fall/Winter 2020 classes will be held in Room 201 of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the second floor. The classroom is at the far west-end of the hallway next to the Public Playroom and Birthday Party Room. Elevator access is available near Door 5.Summer classes will be held in the park area adjacent to the Spray Park along Morton St. between the parking lot and Park St.**Registration will increase by $1.00 per class for classes beginning in April.Covid-10 precautions include social distancing of mats, temperature checks at home prior to class, face masks during the program activities, and additional safety measures as suggested by the CDC and that meet the Governor's order.
St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
Friday April 23, 2021
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Morning Lap Swim/Aqua Therapy - Morning Lap Swim/Aqua Therapy
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. . Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the pool if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to a smaller people in the pool. If we are able to take more than 10, we will have to double up in some lanes. Family members may share a lane and should sign up on the waiting list to be able to share. If sharing, additional family members can come as a drop-in and don't require a full class registration. Drop-ins will need a registration account and will be invoiced for their visits. (Family lane sharing may become necessary due to demand) Limit one person per lane, unless from the same household. (see above) All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building. You do not need to wear a mask while swimming. When coming on deck you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have some please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. Only the family changing rooms will be available for bathroom use only. Please come ready to swim and leave after you are done. Only the ON DECK SHOWERS WILL BE AVAILABLE. These are located by the diving boards. You must bring your own equipment. Kickboards, fins, noodles, and other equipment will not be available at the pool. Enter the pool from the doors by the Activities Office.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Kick-n-Style Line Dancing - Kick-n-Style Cardio Line Dancing - Beginner
Kick-N-Style Line Dancing is here to bring people together doing a healthy activity in a positive atmosphere. Providing a fun way to get in your cardio workout as well as work your mind. Kick-N-Style also creates and attends events for Kick-N-Style Dancers to attend outside of class to share their dance moves with the public and of course hang out with each other.This is an activity you can share with your family, significant other, friends, etc. We have three generations of a family that come together for a fun, healthy activity to enjoy together.Kick-N-Style Dancers are very welcoming of new dancers and you will become part of the dance family very quickly if you so desire. These dancers are very supportive and you will create many new friends.We have all been beginners and Kick-N-Style Dancers are very helpful to new dancers and have been more than willing to help you pick up the dances. We all understand the frustration in the beginning learning the dances.  It does get easier! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in.
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Adult PM Lap Swim - PM Lap Swim
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the pool if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to smaller number of people in the pool. If we are able to take more than 10, we will have to double up in some lanes. Family members may share a lane and should sign up on the waiting list to be able to share. If sharing, additional family members can come as a drop-in and don't require a full class registration. Drop-ins will need a registration account and will be invoiced for their visits. (Family lane sharing may become necessary due to demand) Limit one person per lane, unless from the same household. (see above) All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building. You do not need to wear a mask while swimming. When coming on deck you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have some please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. Only the family changing rooms will be available for bathroom use only. Please come ready to swim and leave after you are done. Only the ON DECK SHOWERS WILL BE AVAILABLE. These are located by the diving boards. You must bring your own equipment. Kickboards, fins, noodles, and other equipment will not be available at the pool. Enter the pool from the doors by the Activities Office.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Kick-n-Style Line Dancing - Kick-n-Style Cardio Line Dancing - Intermediate
Kick-N-Style Line Dancing is here to bring people together doing a healthy activity in a positive atmosphere. Providing a fun way to get in your cardio workout as well as work your mind. Kick-N-Style also creates and attends events for Kick-N-Style Dancers to attend outside of class to share their dance moves with the public and of course hang out with each other.This is an activity you can share with your family, significant other, friends, etc. We have three generations of a family that come together for a fun, healthy activity to enjoy together.Kick-N-Style Dancers are very welcoming of new dancers and you will become part of the dance family very quickly if you so desire. These dancers are very supportive and you will create many new friends.We have all been beginners and Kick-N-Style Dancers are very helpful to new dancers and have been more than willing to help you pick up the dances. We all understand the frustration in the beginning learning the dances.  It does get easier! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in.
Wilson Center
 
Saturday April 24, 2021
12:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Bridal shower - Bergeron St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
Monday April 26, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Groove Dance Fitness - Groove - Dance
GROOVE is a super simple and creative dance experience that incorporates movement for all bodies and abilities. Each class includes a warm up and cool down and can have a variety of health and skill benefits such as cardio, strength, balance, agility, coordination, and flexibility. Every class is set with the intention for you to enjoy and honor your body in a safe environment. 5 additional things we practice on the dance floor: 1) No one cares what you look like 2) Your way is the right way 3) You should be different 4) No one can do it for you 5) You don’t know until you try For the class please bring water, a yoga mat or blanket to lay on, comfortable clothes to move in though shoes are optional, and your unique personality! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in  .
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Dance Fit - Dance Fit - Intensity
Dance Fit is an above average intensity dance fitness program with optional modifications possible for lower intensity participants. Each class includes a warm up and cool down, in addition to a variety of music selections and body movements. Moves and music are not limited to Latin-inspired selections, but they are included.  For the class please bring water, small personal towel, comfortable clothes to move in, and your excitement! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in the gym.
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga - Yoga - Intermediate
Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living. The Recreation Department currently offers two yoga classes based on your experience and comfort level:Basic Intro to Yoga: in this class, participants will learn the different core elements of yoga, including terminology and poses. Basic Yoga is a combination of Yin and Restorative Yoga which is gentle, slow-paced and passive involving longer pose holds and deep breathing.  Basic Yoga will incorporate a still style with restful poses.  Most postures will be seated and supine. You do no need an experience to register for this class, however, you are welcome to be part of this class even if you've practiced yoga in past. This class should build your confidence and give you an introductory understanding of yoga that would be helpful in future classes. Meets once weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Beginner/Intermediate Yoga: this class is a combination of levels and experiences. Participants are usually familiar with the concepts of yoga and poses can be modified for the more experienced and confident person. Beginning/Intermediate Yoga will be Hatha Yoga encompassing traditional yoga styles with emphasis on beginning and intermediate pose levels.  Hatha Yoga is a fundamental system that focuses on pairing poses with breathing techniques.  However, some Hatha Yoga poses focus on flowing the breath in static/still postures when holding the pose longer. These postures will be standing, bending, squatting, balancing, seated, supine, and prone. This class will move at a slightly faster pace than the Basic Intro to Yoga class because most people are familiar with the  poses. Meets twice weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Intermediate/Advanced Yoga: TBASpring 2021 classes will be held in the St. Johns Depot on Railroad St.Winter 2021 classes will be held in the gymnasium of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the gym.Fall/Winter 2020 classes will be held in Room 201 of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the second floor. The classroom is at the far west-end of the hallway next to the Public Playroom and Birthday Party Room. Elevator access is available near Door 5.Summer classes will be held in the park area adjacent to the Spray Park along Morton St. between the parking lot and Park St.**Registration will increase by $1.00 per class for classes beginning in April.Covid-10 precautions include social distancing of mats, temperature checks at home prior to class, face masks during the program activities, and additional safety measures as suggested by the CDC and that meet the Governor's order.
St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
Tuesday April 27, 2021
5:00 AM - 6:00 AM    Adult Morning Lap Swim/Aqua Therapy - Morning Lap Swim
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. . Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the pool if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to a smaller people in the pool. If we are able to take more than 10, we will have to double up in some lanes. Family members may share a lane and should sign up on the waiting list to be able to share. If sharing, additional family members can come as a drop-in and don't require a full class registration. Drop-ins will need a registration account and will be invoiced for their visits. (Family lane sharing may become necessary due to demand) Limit one person per lane, unless from the same household. (see above) All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building. You do not need to wear a mask while swimming. When coming on deck you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have some please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. Only the family changing rooms will be available for bathroom use only. Please come ready to swim and leave after you are done. Only the ON DECK SHOWERS WILL BE AVAILABLE. These are located by the diving boards. You must bring your own equipment. Kickboards, fins, noodles, and other equipment will not be available at the pool. Enter the pool from the doors by the Activities Office.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga - Yoga - Basic Intro
Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living. The Recreation Department currently offers two yoga classes based on your experience and comfort level:Basic Intro to Yoga: in this class, participants will learn the different core elements of yoga, including terminology and poses. Basic Yoga is a combination of Yin and Restorative Yoga which is gentle, slow-paced and passive involving longer pose holds and deep breathing.  Basic Yoga will incorporate a still style with restful poses.  Most postures will be seated and supine. You do no need an experience to register for this class, however, you are welcome to be part of this class even if you've practiced yoga in past. This class should build your confidence and give you an introductory understanding of yoga that would be helpful in future classes. Meets once weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Beginner/Intermediate Yoga: this class is a combination of levels and experiences. Participants are usually familiar with the concepts of yoga and poses can be modified for the more experienced and confident person. Beginning/Intermediate Yoga will be Hatha Yoga encompassing traditional yoga styles with emphasis on beginning and intermediate pose levels.  Hatha Yoga is a fundamental system that focuses on pairing poses with breathing techniques.  However, some Hatha Yoga poses focus on flowing the breath in static/still postures when holding the pose longer. These postures will be standing, bending, squatting, balancing, seated, supine, and prone. This class will move at a slightly faster pace than the Basic Intro to Yoga class because most people are familiar with the  poses. Meets twice weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Intermediate/Advanced Yoga: TBASpring 2021 classes will be held in the St. Johns Depot on Railroad St.Winter 2021 classes will be held in the gymnasium of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the gym.Fall/Winter 2020 classes will be held in Room 201 of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the second floor. The classroom is at the far west-end of the hallway next to the Public Playroom and Birthday Party Room. Elevator access is available near Door 5.Summer classes will be held in the park area adjacent to the Spray Park along Morton St. between the parking lot and Park St.**Registration will increase by $1.00 per class for classes beginning in April.Covid-10 precautions include social distancing of mats, temperature checks at home prior to class, face masks during the program activities, and additional safety measures as suggested by the CDC and that meet the Governor's order.
St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Pickleball - Evening Pickleball
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit or bring the card with you after you pay for your first visit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. You must bring your own equipment. 
Wilson Center
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
Wednesday April 28, 2021
10:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Pickleball - Morning Pickleball
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit or bring the card with you after you pay for your first visit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. You must bring your own equipment. 
Wilson Center
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Groove Dance Fitness - Groove - Dance
GROOVE is a super simple and creative dance experience that incorporates movement for all bodies and abilities. Each class includes a warm up and cool down and can have a variety of health and skill benefits such as cardio, strength, balance, agility, coordination, and flexibility. Every class is set with the intention for you to enjoy and honor your body in a safe environment. 5 additional things we practice on the dance floor: 1) No one cares what you look like 2) Your way is the right way 3) You should be different 4) No one can do it for you 5) You don’t know until you try For the class please bring water, a yoga mat or blanket to lay on, comfortable clothes to move in though shoes are optional, and your unique personality! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in  .
Wilson Center
 
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM    Open Gym Volleyball - Open Volleyball
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit or bring the card with you after you pay for your first visit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. You must bring your own equipment.  If 8 participants do not preregister for an individual session, that date will be cancelled and registration fees will be credited to your account. If three dates are cancelled, the program will be discontinued due to lack of interest.
Wilson Center
 
Thursday April 29, 2021
5:00 AM - 6:00 AM    Adult Morning Lap Swim/Aqua Therapy - Morning Lap Swim
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. . Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the pool if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to a smaller people in the pool. If we are able to take more than 10, we will have to double up in some lanes. Family members may share a lane and should sign up on the waiting list to be able to share. If sharing, additional family members can come as a drop-in and don't require a full class registration. Drop-ins will need a registration account and will be invoiced for their visits. (Family lane sharing may become necessary due to demand) Limit one person per lane, unless from the same household. (see above) All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building. You do not need to wear a mask while swimming. When coming on deck you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have some please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. Only the family changing rooms will be available for bathroom use only. Please come ready to swim and leave after you are done. Only the ON DECK SHOWERS WILL BE AVAILABLE. These are located by the diving boards. You must bring your own equipment. Kickboards, fins, noodles, and other equipment will not be available at the pool. Enter the pool from the doors by the Activities Office.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
4:15 PM - 4:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:00 PM - 5:30 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
5:45 PM - 6:15 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Pickleball - Evening Pickleball
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit or bring the card with you after you pay for your first visit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. You must bring your own equipment. 
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga - Yoga - Intermediate
Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living. The Recreation Department currently offers two yoga classes based on your experience and comfort level:Basic Intro to Yoga: in this class, participants will learn the different core elements of yoga, including terminology and poses. Basic Yoga is a combination of Yin and Restorative Yoga which is gentle, slow-paced and passive involving longer pose holds and deep breathing.  Basic Yoga will incorporate a still style with restful poses.  Most postures will be seated and supine. You do no need an experience to register for this class, however, you are welcome to be part of this class even if you've practiced yoga in past. This class should build your confidence and give you an introductory understanding of yoga that would be helpful in future classes. Meets once weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Beginner/Intermediate Yoga: this class is a combination of levels and experiences. Participants are usually familiar with the concepts of yoga and poses can be modified for the more experienced and confident person. Beginning/Intermediate Yoga will be Hatha Yoga encompassing traditional yoga styles with emphasis on beginning and intermediate pose levels.  Hatha Yoga is a fundamental system that focuses on pairing poses with breathing techniques.  However, some Hatha Yoga poses focus on flowing the breath in static/still postures when holding the pose longer. These postures will be standing, bending, squatting, balancing, seated, supine, and prone. This class will move at a slightly faster pace than the Basic Intro to Yoga class because most people are familiar with the  poses. Meets twice weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Intermediate/Advanced Yoga: TBASpring 2021 classes will be held in the St. Johns Depot on Railroad St.Winter 2021 classes will be held in the gymnasium of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the gym.Fall/Winter 2020 classes will be held in Room 201 of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the second floor. The classroom is at the far west-end of the hallway next to the Public Playroom and Birthday Party Room. Elevator access is available near Door 5.Summer classes will be held in the park area adjacent to the Spray Park along Morton St. between the parking lot and Park St.**Registration will increase by $1.00 per class for classes beginning in April.Covid-10 precautions include social distancing of mats, temperature checks at home prior to class, face masks during the program activities, and additional safety measures as suggested by the CDC and that meet the Governor's order.
St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 1
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 2
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:15 PM - 7:45 PM    Swimming Lessons - Spring Swim Lessons: Level 3-4
All pool activities will take place at the St. Johns High School pool. Enter using the Activities Entrance. Pool access is through the locker rooms.Registration and program payment is ONLINE ONLY, thank you.Water BabiesParents will explore the water with their child to get them more comfortable. Children ages 6 months to 2 years old will develop beginning water skills such as bubble blowing, water submersion, kicking and floating with assistance from a parent. Child needs to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Parent TotChildren ages 2-5 years old will learn beginning skills with parent assistance in preparation for swim lessons, such as kicking and swimming. Children will learn safety rules for entering, swimming in, and exiting the water. Swim Instructor is there to demonstrate the skills while the parent works with the child on the skill. If child is not potty-trained, he/she will need to wear a swim diaper. Not available Spring 2021. Leveled LessonsInstruction and testing are conducted based on the guidelines of the American Red Cross Swim Program but is not a Red Cross Certified Swim Program. Children under the age of four are not suggested for these levels. Four-year-olds will only qualify if they have mastered the following required skills before beginning leveled classes: Children should be able to enter the water without their parents and be able to follow instructions. Additionally, children must be able listen to instructor and follow instruction, hang on to the rail of the platform, and control the urge to jump off. Level 1: Introduction to Water SkillsHelps students feel comfortable in the water and to enjoy the water safely. Level 2: Fundamental Aquatic SkillsGives students success with fundamental skills. Level 3: Stroke DevelopmentBuilds on the skills in Level 2 by providing additional guided practice. Level 4: Stroke ImprovementDevelops confidence in the strokes learned and to improve other aquatic skills. Level 5: Stroke RefinementProvides further coordination and refinement of strokes.The registration deadline for each class is the Thursday prior to the start date. The classes will likely fill before the deadline. Classes are subject to change and collapse if minimum enrollment is not met. Members on the waiting list are given priority access to spots that become available. If you register for a class that the instructor determines is above your child's ability level, the child will be moved to that level (dependent on availability). Please refer to the skill expectation for the levels provided above. You will not receive a refund when you are removed from the class and no additional spaces are available at the appropriate level. Please read the cancellation policy fully.Covid-19 procedures are in place. Please refer to the waiver during registration for program specifics.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
Friday April 30, 2021
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Adult Morning Lap Swim/Aqua Therapy - Morning Lap Swim/Aqua Therapy
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. . Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the pool if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to a smaller people in the pool. If we are able to take more than 10, we will have to double up in some lanes. Family members may share a lane and should sign up on the waiting list to be able to share. If sharing, additional family members can come as a drop-in and don't require a full class registration. Drop-ins will need a registration account and will be invoiced for their visits. (Family lane sharing may become necessary due to demand) Limit one person per lane, unless from the same household. (see above) All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building. You do not need to wear a mask while swimming. When coming on deck you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have some please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. Only the family changing rooms will be available for bathroom use only. Please come ready to swim and leave after you are done. Only the ON DECK SHOWERS WILL BE AVAILABLE. These are located by the diving boards. You must bring your own equipment. Kickboards, fins, noodles, and other equipment will not be available at the pool. Enter the pool from the doors by the Activities Office.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Kick-n-Style Line Dancing - Kick-n-Style Cardio Line Dancing - Beginner
Kick-N-Style Line Dancing is here to bring people together doing a healthy activity in a positive atmosphere. Providing a fun way to get in your cardio workout as well as work your mind. Kick-N-Style also creates and attends events for Kick-N-Style Dancers to attend outside of class to share their dance moves with the public and of course hang out with each other.This is an activity you can share with your family, significant other, friends, etc. We have three generations of a family that come together for a fun, healthy activity to enjoy together.Kick-N-Style Dancers are very welcoming of new dancers and you will become part of the dance family very quickly if you so desire. These dancers are very supportive and you will create many new friends.We have all been beginners and Kick-N-Style Dancers are very helpful to new dancers and have been more than willing to help you pick up the dances. We all understand the frustration in the beginning learning the dances.  It does get easier! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in.
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Adult PM Lap Swim - PM Lap Swim
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the pool if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to smaller number of people in the pool. If we are able to take more than 10, we will have to double up in some lanes. Family members may share a lane and should sign up on the waiting list to be able to share. If sharing, additional family members can come as a drop-in and don't require a full class registration. Drop-ins will need a registration account and will be invoiced for their visits. (Family lane sharing may become necessary due to demand) Limit one person per lane, unless from the same household. (see above) All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building. You do not need to wear a mask while swimming. When coming on deck you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have some please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. Only the family changing rooms will be available for bathroom use only. Please come ready to swim and leave after you are done. Only the ON DECK SHOWERS WILL BE AVAILABLE. These are located by the diving boards. You must bring your own equipment. Kickboards, fins, noodles, and other equipment will not be available at the pool. Enter the pool from the doors by the Activities Office.
St. Johns High School Pool
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Kick-n-Style Line Dancing - Kick-n-Style Cardio Line Dancing - Intermediate
Kick-N-Style Line Dancing is here to bring people together doing a healthy activity in a positive atmosphere. Providing a fun way to get in your cardio workout as well as work your mind. Kick-N-Style also creates and attends events for Kick-N-Style Dancers to attend outside of class to share their dance moves with the public and of course hang out with each other.This is an activity you can share with your family, significant other, friends, etc. We have three generations of a family that come together for a fun, healthy activity to enjoy together.Kick-N-Style Dancers are very welcoming of new dancers and you will become part of the dance family very quickly if you so desire. These dancers are very supportive and you will create many new friends.We have all been beginners and Kick-N-Style Dancers are very helpful to new dancers and have been more than willing to help you pick up the dances. We all understand the frustration in the beginning learning the dances.  It does get easier! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in.
Wilson Center
 
Sunday May 2, 2021
12:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Clinton County Railroad Museum St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
Monday May 3, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Groove Dance Fitness - Groove - Dance
GROOVE is a super simple and creative dance experience that incorporates movement for all bodies and abilities. Each class includes a warm up and cool down and can have a variety of health and skill benefits such as cardio, strength, balance, agility, coordination, and flexibility. Every class is set with the intention for you to enjoy and honor your body in a safe environment. 5 additional things we practice on the dance floor: 1) No one cares what you look like 2) Your way is the right way 3) You should be different 4) No one can do it for you 5) You don’t know until you try For the class please bring water, a yoga mat or blanket to lay on, comfortable clothes to move in though shoes are optional, and your unique personality! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in  .
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Dance Fit - Dance Fit - Intensity
Dance Fit is an above average intensity dance fitness program with optional modifications possible for lower intensity participants. Each class includes a warm up and cool down, in addition to a variety of music selections and body movements. Moves and music are not limited to Latin-inspired selections, but they are included.  For the class please bring water, small personal towel, comfortable clothes to move in, and your excitement! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in the gym.
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga - Yoga - Intermediate
Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living. The Recreation Department currently offers two yoga classes based on your experience and comfort level:Basic Intro to Yoga: in this class, participants will learn the different core elements of yoga, including terminology and poses. Basic Yoga is a combination of Yin and Restorative Yoga which is gentle, slow-paced and passive involving longer pose holds and deep breathing.  Basic Yoga will incorporate a still style with restful poses.  Most postures will be seated and supine. You do no need an experience to register for this class, however, you are welcome to be part of this class even if you've practiced yoga in past. This class should build your confidence and give you an introductory understanding of yoga that would be helpful in future classes. Meets once weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Beginner/Intermediate Yoga: this class is a combination of levels and experiences. Participants are usually familiar with the concepts of yoga and poses can be modified for the more experienced and confident person. Beginning/Intermediate Yoga will be Hatha Yoga encompassing traditional yoga styles with emphasis on beginning and intermediate pose levels.  Hatha Yoga is a fundamental system that focuses on pairing poses with breathing techniques.  However, some Hatha Yoga poses focus on flowing the breath in static/still postures when holding the pose longer. These postures will be standing, bending, squatting, balancing, seated, supine, and prone. This class will move at a slightly faster pace than the Basic Intro to Yoga class because most people are familiar with the  poses. Meets twice weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Intermediate/Advanced Yoga: TBASpring 2021 classes will be held in the St. Johns Depot on Railroad St.Winter 2021 classes will be held in the gymnasium of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the gym.Fall/Winter 2020 classes will be held in Room 201 of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the second floor. The classroom is at the far west-end of the hallway next to the Public Playroom and Birthday Party Room. Elevator access is available near Door 5.Summer classes will be held in the park area adjacent to the Spray Park along Morton St. between the parking lot and Park St.**Registration will increase by $1.00 per class for classes beginning in April.Covid-10 precautions include social distancing of mats, temperature checks at home prior to class, face masks during the program activities, and additional safety measures as suggested by the CDC and that meet the Governor's order.
St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
Tuesday May 4, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Youth Basketball Skills Clinic - Youth Basketball Skills Clinic Grades 4-6
Our 2021 basketball skills clinic will be held is a great introduction to basketball fundamentals and athletic skills for beginners with emphasis on shooting, dribbling, and passing techniques, along with speed and coordination development.  Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.   Registrations will be online only. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in.
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga - Yoga - Basic Intro
Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living. The Recreation Department currently offers two yoga classes based on your experience and comfort level:Basic Intro to Yoga: in this class, participants will learn the different core elements of yoga, including terminology and poses. Basic Yoga is a combination of Yin and Restorative Yoga which is gentle, slow-paced and passive involving longer pose holds and deep breathing.  Basic Yoga will incorporate a still style with restful poses.  Most postures will be seated and supine. You do no need an experience to register for this class, however, you are welcome to be part of this class even if you've practiced yoga in past. This class should build your confidence and give you an introductory understanding of yoga that would be helpful in future classes. Meets once weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Beginner/Intermediate Yoga: this class is a combination of levels and experiences. Participants are usually familiar with the concepts of yoga and poses can be modified for the more experienced and confident person. Beginning/Intermediate Yoga will be Hatha Yoga encompassing traditional yoga styles with emphasis on beginning and intermediate pose levels.  Hatha Yoga is a fundamental system that focuses on pairing poses with breathing techniques.  However, some Hatha Yoga poses focus on flowing the breath in static/still postures when holding the pose longer. These postures will be standing, bending, squatting, balancing, seated, supine, and prone. This class will move at a slightly faster pace than the Basic Intro to Yoga class because most people are familiar with the  poses. Meets twice weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Intermediate/Advanced Yoga: TBASpring 2021 classes will be held in the St. Johns Depot on Railroad St.Winter 2021 classes will be held in the gymnasium of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the gym.Fall/Winter 2020 classes will be held in Room 201 of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the second floor. The classroom is at the far west-end of the hallway next to the Public Playroom and Birthday Party Room. Elevator access is available near Door 5.Summer classes will be held in the park area adjacent to the Spray Park along Morton St. between the parking lot and Park St.**Registration will increase by $1.00 per class for classes beginning in April.Covid-10 precautions include social distancing of mats, temperature checks at home prior to class, face masks during the program activities, and additional safety measures as suggested by the CDC and that meet the Governor's order.
St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Youth Basketball Skills Clinic - Youth Basketball Skills Clinic Grades 4-6
Our 2021 basketball skills clinic will be held is a great introduction to basketball fundamentals and athletic skills for beginners with emphasis on shooting, dribbling, and passing techniques, along with speed and coordination development.  Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.   Registrations will be online only. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in.
Wilson Center
 
Wednesday May 5, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Groove Dance Fitness - Groove - Dance
GROOVE is a super simple and creative dance experience that incorporates movement for all bodies and abilities. Each class includes a warm up and cool down and can have a variety of health and skill benefits such as cardio, strength, balance, agility, coordination, and flexibility. Every class is set with the intention for you to enjoy and honor your body in a safe environment. 5 additional things we practice on the dance floor: 1) No one cares what you look like 2) Your way is the right way 3) You should be different 4) No one can do it for you 5) You don’t know until you try For the class please bring water, a yoga mat or blanket to lay on, comfortable clothes to move in though shoes are optional, and your unique personality! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in  .
Wilson Center
 
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM    Open Gym Volleyball - Open Volleyball
Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online. If you have visits left on a previous punch card, we will add a credit to your account after you create one. Instructions on creating an account can be found at the link below. Please email Bill Schafer when you have set up an account so that he can add the credit or bring the card with you after you pay for your first visit.   Registrations will be for single day visits. You will be able to register one week in advance. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participant will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in. You must bring your own equipment.  If 8 participants do not preregister for an individual session, that date will be cancelled and registration fees will be credited to your account. If three dates are cancelled, the program will be discontinued due to lack of interest.
Wilson Center
 
Thursday May 6, 2021
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga - Yoga - Intermediate
Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living. The Recreation Department currently offers two yoga classes based on your experience and comfort level:Basic Intro to Yoga: in this class, participants will learn the different core elements of yoga, including terminology and poses. Basic Yoga is a combination of Yin and Restorative Yoga which is gentle, slow-paced and passive involving longer pose holds and deep breathing.  Basic Yoga will incorporate a still style with restful poses.  Most postures will be seated and supine. You do no need an experience to register for this class, however, you are welcome to be part of this class even if you've practiced yoga in past. This class should build your confidence and give you an introductory understanding of yoga that would be helpful in future classes. Meets once weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Beginner/Intermediate Yoga: this class is a combination of levels and experiences. Participants are usually familiar with the concepts of yoga and poses can be modified for the more experienced and confident person. Beginning/Intermediate Yoga will be Hatha Yoga encompassing traditional yoga styles with emphasis on beginning and intermediate pose levels.  Hatha Yoga is a fundamental system that focuses on pairing poses with breathing techniques.  However, some Hatha Yoga poses focus on flowing the breath in static/still postures when holding the pose longer. These postures will be standing, bending, squatting, balancing, seated, supine, and prone. This class will move at a slightly faster pace than the Basic Intro to Yoga class because most people are familiar with the  poses. Meets twice weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Intermediate/Advanced Yoga: TBASpring 2021 classes will be held in the St. Johns Depot on Railroad St.Winter 2021 classes will be held in the gymnasium of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the gym.Fall/Winter 2020 classes will be held in Room 201 of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the second floor. The classroom is at the far west-end of the hallway next to the Public Playroom and Birthday Party Room. Elevator access is available near Door 5.Summer classes will be held in the park area adjacent to the Spray Park along Morton St. between the parking lot and Park St.**Registration will increase by $1.00 per class for classes beginning in April.Covid-10 precautions include social distancing of mats, temperature checks at home prior to class, face masks during the program activities, and additional safety measures as suggested by the CDC and that meet the Governor's order.
St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
Friday May 7, 2021
7:30 AM - 12:30 PM    PSD Community Event St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Pavilion
 
7:30 AM - 12:30 PM    PSD Community Event St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
12:30 PM - 5:30 PM    PSD Community Event St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
12:30 PM - 5:30 PM    PSD Community Event St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Pavilion
 
5:30 PM - 10:30 PM    PSD Community Event St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Pavilion
 
5:30 PM - 10:30 PM    PSD Community Event St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Kick-n-Style Line Dancing - Kick-n-Style Cardio Line Dancing - Beginner
Kick-N-Style Line Dancing is here to bring people together doing a healthy activity in a positive atmosphere. Providing a fun way to get in your cardio workout as well as work your mind. Kick-N-Style also creates and attends events for Kick-N-Style Dancers to attend outside of class to share their dance moves with the public and of course hang out with each other.This is an activity you can share with your family, significant other, friends, etc. We have three generations of a family that come together for a fun, healthy activity to enjoy together.Kick-N-Style Dancers are very welcoming of new dancers and you will become part of the dance family very quickly if you so desire. These dancers are very supportive and you will create many new friends.We have all been beginners and Kick-N-Style Dancers are very helpful to new dancers and have been more than willing to help you pick up the dances. We all understand the frustration in the beginning learning the dances.  It does get easier! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in.
Wilson Center
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Kick-n-Style Line Dancing - Kick-n-Style Cardio Line Dancing - Intermediate
Kick-N-Style Line Dancing is here to bring people together doing a healthy activity in a positive atmosphere. Providing a fun way to get in your cardio workout as well as work your mind. Kick-N-Style also creates and attends events for Kick-N-Style Dancers to attend outside of class to share their dance moves with the public and of course hang out with each other.This is an activity you can share with your family, significant other, friends, etc. We have three generations of a family that come together for a fun, healthy activity to enjoy together.Kick-N-Style Dancers are very welcoming of new dancers and you will become part of the dance family very quickly if you so desire. These dancers are very supportive and you will create many new friends.We have all been beginners and Kick-N-Style Dancers are very helpful to new dancers and have been more than willing to help you pick up the dances. We all understand the frustration in the beginning learning the dances.  It does get easier! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with. Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in.
Wilson Center
 
Saturday May 8, 2021
7:30 AM - 12:30 PM    PSD Community Event St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
7:30 AM - 12:30 PM    PSD Community Event St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Pavilion
 
12:30 PM - 5:30 PM    PSD Community Event St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Pavilion
 
12:30 PM - 5:30 PM    PSD Community Event St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
5:30 PM - 10:30 PM    PSD Community Event St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
5:30 PM - 10:30 PM    PSD Community Event St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Pavilion
 
Sunday May 9, 2021
12:30 PM - 5:30 PM    Clinton County Railroad Museum St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
Monday May 10, 2021
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Groove Dance Fitness - Groove - Dance
GROOVE is a super simple and creative dance experience that incorporates movement for all bodies and abilities. Each class includes a warm up and cool down and can have a variety of health and skill benefits such as cardio, strength, balance, agility, coordination, and flexibility. Every class is set with the intention for you to enjoy and honor your body in a safe environment. 5 additional things we practice on the dance floor: 1) No one cares what you look like 2) Your way is the right way 3) You should be different 4) No one can do it for you 5) You don’t know until you try For the class please bring water, a yoga mat or blanket to lay on, comfortable clothes to move in though shoes are optional, and your unique personality! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in  .
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga - Yoga - Intermediate
Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living. The Recreation Department currently offers two yoga classes based on your experience and comfort level:Basic Intro to Yoga: in this class, participants will learn the different core elements of yoga, including terminology and poses. Basic Yoga is a combination of Yin and Restorative Yoga which is gentle, slow-paced and passive involving longer pose holds and deep breathing.  Basic Yoga will incorporate a still style with restful poses.  Most postures will be seated and supine. You do no need an experience to register for this class, however, you are welcome to be part of this class even if you've practiced yoga in past. This class should build your confidence and give you an introductory understanding of yoga that would be helpful in future classes. Meets once weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Beginner/Intermediate Yoga: this class is a combination of levels and experiences. Participants are usually familiar with the concepts of yoga and poses can be modified for the more experienced and confident person. Beginning/Intermediate Yoga will be Hatha Yoga encompassing traditional yoga styles with emphasis on beginning and intermediate pose levels.  Hatha Yoga is a fundamental system that focuses on pairing poses with breathing techniques.  However, some Hatha Yoga poses focus on flowing the breath in static/still postures when holding the pose longer. These postures will be standing, bending, squatting, balancing, seated, supine, and prone. This class will move at a slightly faster pace than the Basic Intro to Yoga class because most people are familiar with the  poses. Meets twice weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Intermediate/Advanced Yoga: TBASpring 2021 classes will be held in the St. Johns Depot on Railroad St.Winter 2021 classes will be held in the gymnasium of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the gym.Fall/Winter 2020 classes will be held in Room 201 of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the second floor. The classroom is at the far west-end of the hallway next to the Public Playroom and Birthday Party Room. Elevator access is available near Door 5.Summer classes will be held in the park area adjacent to the Spray Park along Morton St. between the parking lot and Park St.**Registration will increase by $1.00 per class for classes beginning in April.Covid-10 precautions include social distancing of mats, temperature checks at home prior to class, face masks during the program activities, and additional safety measures as suggested by the CDC and that meet the Governor's order.
St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
Tuesday May 11, 2021
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Youth Basketball Skills Clinic - Youth Basketball Skills Clinic Grades 4-6
Our 2021 basketball skills clinic will be held is a great introduction to basketball fundamentals and athletic skills for beginners with emphasis on shooting, dribbling, and passing techniques, along with speed and coordination development.  Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.   Registrations will be online only. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in.
Wilson Center
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga - Yoga - Basic Intro
Yoga is essentially a spiritual discipline based on an extremely subtle science, which focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It is an art and science of healthy living. The Recreation Department currently offers two yoga classes based on your experience and comfort level:Basic Intro to Yoga: in this class, participants will learn the different core elements of yoga, including terminology and poses. Basic Yoga is a combination of Yin and Restorative Yoga which is gentle, slow-paced and passive involving longer pose holds and deep breathing.  Basic Yoga will incorporate a still style with restful poses.  Most postures will be seated and supine. You do no need an experience to register for this class, however, you are welcome to be part of this class even if you've practiced yoga in past. This class should build your confidence and give you an introductory understanding of yoga that would be helpful in future classes. Meets once weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Beginner/Intermediate Yoga: this class is a combination of levels and experiences. Participants are usually familiar with the concepts of yoga and poses can be modified for the more experienced and confident person. Beginning/Intermediate Yoga will be Hatha Yoga encompassing traditional yoga styles with emphasis on beginning and intermediate pose levels.  Hatha Yoga is a fundamental system that focuses on pairing poses with breathing techniques.  However, some Hatha Yoga poses focus on flowing the breath in static/still postures when holding the pose longer. These postures will be standing, bending, squatting, balancing, seated, supine, and prone. This class will move at a slightly faster pace than the Basic Intro to Yoga class because most people are familiar with the  poses. Meets twice weekly. PLEASE BRING A MAT AND WATER BOTTLE. You may also bring blocks and straps if you have them.Intermediate/Advanced Yoga: TBASpring 2021 classes will be held in the St. Johns Depot on Railroad St.Winter 2021 classes will be held in the gymnasium of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the gym.Fall/Winter 2020 classes will be held in Room 201 of the Wilson Center. Enter through Door 3 and take the stairs to the second floor. The classroom is at the far west-end of the hallway next to the Public Playroom and Birthday Party Room. Elevator access is available near Door 5.Summer classes will be held in the park area adjacent to the Spray Park along Morton St. between the parking lot and Park St.**Registration will increase by $1.00 per class for classes beginning in April.Covid-10 precautions include social distancing of mats, temperature checks at home prior to class, face masks during the program activities, and additional safety measures as suggested by the CDC and that meet the Governor's order.
St Johns Depot and Rotary Park - Depot Building
 
7:30 PM - 8:30 PM    Youth Basketball Skills Clinic - Youth Basketball Skills Clinic Grades 4-6
Our 2021 basketball skills clinic will be held is a great introduction to basketball fundamentals and athletic skills for beginners with emphasis on shooting, dribbling, and passing techniques, along with speed and coordination development.  Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.   Registrations will be online only. Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in.
Wilson Center
 
Wednesday May 12, 2021
7:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Pohl - Wedding Main City Park - Main Park Pavillion
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Groove Dance Fitness - Groove - Dance
GROOVE is a super simple and creative dance experience that incorporates movement for all bodies and abilities. Each class includes a warm up and cool down and can have a variety of health and skill benefits such as cardio, strength, balance, agility, coordination, and flexibility. Every class is set with the intention for you to enjoy and honor your body in a safe environment. 5 additional things we practice on the dance floor: 1) No one cares what you look like 2) Your way is the right way 3) You should be different 4) No one can do it for you 5) You don’t know until you try For the class please bring water, a yoga mat or blanket to lay on, comfortable clothes to move in though shoes are optional, and your unique personality! Due to the Covid-19 situation, we will have to do things differently in order to do our part to slow the spread of the virus and follow the Governor's Executive Order and Health Department requirements. Please keep in mind this is a new territory for us we have to make some adjustment for the short term due to restrictions we are dealing with.  Here are some of the changes: All registrations and payments will be online.  Due to the limit of people allowed in the gym, if you do not show up you still be charged. We are limited to 20 people in the gym.  All participants will need to wear a mask both coming into and exiting the building, in addition to while you are participating in the program. When entering the gym, you will need your temperature checked and verify with staff that you do not have any symptoms of Covid-19. If you do have symptoms, please do not come. Hand sanitizer will be available as you come in  .
Wilson Center