Puyallup Parks and Recreation

Winter-Spring 2019

City of Puyallup Parks and Recreation offering family fun and fitness for all ages through Sports, Recreation classes, Camps, Fitness Center, Senior programming, Special Events and so much more.

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p 14 Call To Register 253-841-5457 Adult Sports & Fitness Where: South Sound Running, 115 S. Meridian Fee: Free! Tai Chi Tai Chi is recognized for its great powers instilling and maintaining good health and fitness in people of all ages. Regular prac- tice prevents the onset of illness and can prove effective in the treatment of com- mon ailments and debilitating conditions. Tai Chi is practiced slowly so this art is suitable for everyone. Come try it out! Instructor: Ronny Llanos When: Thursdays, 5:30-6:30pm Where: PAC/Mult Fee: $20/month Beginning Adult Tap Dance With a casual dress code and moderate pace, adult classes are great for those who danced years ago or who are starting for the first time. Tap shoes are recommended but a hard soled shoe that will make noise on a hard wood floor will work as well. Walking Group / All Ages Join the Daffodil Valley Volkssport As- sociation for their weekly walking group. These Wednesday morning walks start at 9am and are non-competitive. Participants walk at their own pace. Many walks can be done with strollers or in wheelchairs. Everyone is welcome! Walk locations can be found on the DVVA website: www.daffodilvalleyvolkssport.com For more information, contact Carolyn Warhol 253-845-6592. Puyallup Wednesday Runs Join South Sound Running at their down- town Puyallup store every Wednesday at 5:30pm for your choice of either 3 or 6 mile runs. These group runs change each week and maps are available. Post run snacks and beverages are provided. Each time you run, you increase your chances in a raffle for a free pair of shoes! All skill levels welcome! When: Wednesdays, 5:30pm The class will start with the basics and gradually work up to more intricate, rhyth- mic footwork. Dancing is a fun, enjoyable way to burn a few extra calories, develop muscle tone, and make new friends! Instructor Ilauna Gamlieli Ages: Adults When: Tuesdays, February 5-March 12, 7-8pm Where: PRC/CENT Fee: $72 Resident Discount $60

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