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LINDON REC CLASSES

Lindon Parks and Recreation provides youth sports and a great range of youth classes. We strive to offer a wide variety of activities for kids to explore and enjoy. We are always open to new program ideas. Please reach out and pitch us your idea!

 

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CHESS CLUB

The Lindon Community Chess Club will be held every Wednesday evening from 6:00-9:00 PM at the Lindon Community Center and is FREE! There will be an hour of instruction and two hours of game play. First time? No problem! Come learn how to play chess or improve your skill with others. All ages are welcome. Bring your friends and come enjoy and evening of chess!

DATES: Wednesday's

AGES: All Ages

FEE: FREE

TIME: 6:00-9:00 PM

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

NINTENDO SWITCH PARTY

Join us for our Nintendo Switch Party! We will play a new game each week on the Nintendo Switch! Don't know how to play? We'll teach you! All participants will have a full hour of playing, no waiting around to take turns! Let's get this Nintendo Switch Party started!

DATES: Tuesdays, Feb. 6 - Feb. 27

AGES: 5 - 13 years old

FEE: $20

TIME: 4:00 - 5:00PM

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

Friends Playing Video Games
Decorated Cupcakes

NAILED IT

Do you love the hit show Nailed It!? This is a great chance for your kiddo to try their hand at a variety of ways to 'Nail' their own creativity. We will have a great time learning new ways to paint, decorate treats, sculpt and more! All in an attempt to 'Nail' our ability to recreate a work of art. Kids can work in teams or on their own to recreate their own masterpiece each week.

DATES: Tuesdays, Feb. 6 - Feb. 27

AGES: 5 - 13 years old

FEE: $35

TIME: 5:15 - 6:15 PM

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

NAIL ART

Nail art has quickly become the fun new craze! You can put so many different kinds of amazing art on your nails! In this class we will learn techniques in nail care and nail art. Each week participants can choose to practice on their own nails or on one of our practice mannequin hands. Register today! Class will be held at the Lindon Community Center. 

DATES: Wednesdays, Feb. 7 - Feb. 28

AGES: 5 - 13 years old

FEE: $30

TIME: 4:00 - 5:00PM

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

Flower Painted Nails
Painting Pottery

AIR DRY CLAY

Come sculpt with us! Participants will be given colored air dry clay to sculp their own creations. Each week we will have a food, animals, room decor, etc. and provide kids a fun space to create their sculpture relating to the topic! All creations will be taken home after each class.

DATES: Wednesdays, Feb. 7 - Feb. 28

AGES: 5 - 13 years old

FEE: $25

TIME: 5:15 - 6:15 PM

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

LEARN TO COOK: PIZZA!

Come have a pizza party with us! In this fun cooking class we'll learn to make a fun new spin on pizza each week. From traditional to dessert pizzas, we'll do it all in this awesome program! 

DATES: Thursdays, Feb. 8 - Feb. 29

AGES: 5 - 13 years old

FEE: $40

TIME: 5:15 - 6:15PM

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

Pizza Making
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TEEN/ADOLESCENT
COPING SKILLS

Mental Health Crisis: There's no question recent events taught us that we all need healthy outlets to manage stress. We all recognize the urgent need for teens to find solutions to regulate emotional needs. This class offers practical and effective coping strategies. 

Recreational Therapy: A Certified Recreational Therapist Specialist (CTRS) will teach this class. Using evidence based practice, participants will learn to implement coping skills to use daily when feeling overwhelmed, find connection and trust in relationships, and explore meaningful ways to spend time.

WINTER SESSION

January 23-February 22, 2024

Tuesdays & Thursdays

AGE: 12 and up 5:00-6:00pm

FREE-We are now able to offer this class for free due to a generous grant from Utah County!!

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

SPRINGTIME MANIA
(preschool aged children)

Are you ready to jump into spring? Come join us for some springtime games, crafts, and stories as we learn about butterflies, wind, and flowers! This class is for preschool age children so even the littles can get in on the fun at the Community Center!

DATES: Tuesdays, Mar. 12 - Mar. 26

AGES: 4 - 6 years old

FEE: $30

TIME: 1:15 - 2:15PM

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

Flower Composition
Boy Throwing Basketball

SPORTS SAMPLER

Let's get moving! Our Sports Sampler will help kick the winter blues. Each week we will get warmed up and play a different sport in the Community Center gym. You don't have to have any sporting knowledge to be in this class. We'll teach you the basics and play for fun! We'll cover soccer, basketball, hockey, and kickball. The fun is endless! Sign up ASAP to insure your child's participation!

DATES: Tuesdays, March 12 - April 2

AGES: 6 - 13 years old

FEE: $25

TIME: 4:00 - 5:00 PM

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

KIDS CRAFT CLUB

Does your child love doing crafts and being creative? Then this is the perfect class for them! Each week we will do a new, fun craft! We'll make our own moon dough, spring decorations, and much more! Sign up today!

DATES: Tuesdays, Mar. 12 - Apr. 2

AGES: 5 - 13 years old

FEE: $35

TIME: 4:00 - 5:00 PM

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

Creative Class
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HARRY POTTER HOGWARTS EXPERIENCE

Do you have a child who wants to attend Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry? Sign up for this class and get sorted into your Hogwarts house! During each day of this class, your child will get to experience a course from the famous school of magic! We'll make wands, cast spells, and even duel each other! Sign up for a one of a kind, magical experience!

SESSION 1:

DATES: Wednesdays, Mar. 13 - Apr. 3

TIME: 4:00 - 5:00pm

SESSION 2:

DATES: Thursdays, Mar. 14 - Apr. 4

TIME: 5:15 - 6:15pm

AGES: 5 - 13 years old

FEE: $35

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

BREAKFAST FOR DINNER

Everyone loves breakfast foods, especially for dinner! Come learn how to make a variety of fun breakfast foods from crepes, to fancy French toast, to yummy muffins of every flavor! We'll make the recipes, and learn cooking skills along the way. On the last day of class, participants will go home with their own recipe book of everything we make throughout the month!

DATES: Wednesdays, Mar. 13 - Apr. 3

AGES: 5 - 13 years old

FEE: $40

TIME: 5:15 - 6:15 PM

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

Kids Making Breakfast
Painting

PAINTING 101

Come learn to paint with us! Each week we will learn a new painting technique. From stamping, to pointillism, to water color, we'll do it all in this fun and relaxing class! We'll start each class with painting instruction, and then we'll follow a fun paint tutorial to create a masterpiece each week! Sign up today!

DATES: Thursdays, Mar. 14 - Apr. 4

AGES: 5 - 13

FEE: $30

TIME: 4:00 - 5:00pm

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

ESCAPE ROOMS

Each week of this exciting class, kids will be put to the test to see if they can solve puzzles, and complete challenges to beat an escape room! Each day the Community Center will be transformed into a different themed escape room. Everyone will have to work together to see if they can escape before our hour is up! Do you think you have what it takes to get out?! PLEASE NOTE: No class will be held April 23 due to the Holy Cow Boutique.

DATES: Tuesdays, Apr. 9 - May. 7

AGES: 8 - 13 years old

FEE: $25

TIME: 4:00 - 5:00 PM

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

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Sketching Artist

SKETCHING 101

This is the class for your budding artist! We will try our hand at charcoal, pencil, chalk and other mediums of drawing. We will learn about drawing perspective, 3D, nature and faces. *No class Thursday, April 25th.

SESSION 1:

DATES: Tuesdays, Apr. 9 - May. 7

AGES: 7 - 13

FEE: $25

TIME: 5:15 - 6:15pm

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

SESSION 2:

DATES: Thursdays, Apr. 11 - May. 9

AGES: 7 - 13

FEE: $25

TIME: 4:00 - 5:00pm

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

BOOK CREATORS

Book Creators is a class for kids with a great imagination. Each week participants will work on creating their very own picture book! We'll learn about the writing process, draft our stories and then publish them in a picture book! On the last day, we hope that kids will be close enough to share their story with the class! Note: no class will be held Wednesday, April 24th.

DATES: Wednesdays, Apr. 10 - May 8

AGES: 7 - 13 years old

FEE: $30

TIME: 4:00 - 5:00 PM

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

Peeping
Kids Running

KID'S MOVEMENT/FITNESS

Get your kiddos out of the house so they can get active! In this program we will learn stretching and warmup techniques, and then will do fun activities to get our bodies moving! We'll do yoga, play fun gym and team games, and get all of our energy out! Note: no class will be held Wednesday, April 24th.

DATES: Wednesdays, Apr. 10 - May 8

AGES: 6 - 13

FEE: $20

TIME: 5:15 - 6:15pm

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

ORIGAMI

Origami is the amazing art of paper folding, and you can become an expert at it in this fun new class! Each week we'll try a different origami project where our instructor will guide the kids through each step. Sign up today! Note: no class will be held Thursday, April 25

DATES: Thursdays, Apr. 11 - May 9

AGES: 7 - 13 years old

FEE: $25

TIME: 5:15 - 6:15 PM

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

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STRENGTHEN YOUR RELATIONSHIPS

FREE WORKSHOP

Guiding Good Choices gives families information and tools that work to protect preteens and teens from the inevitable risks they encounter as they become more independent. Just as important, families will learn ways to build or maintain lasting relationships, because teenagers who are more closely connected to their families have better health and educational outcomes.

In five sessions, parents and caregivers learn specific actions that promote healthy development and reduce risky behavior in the teen years. Home practice and weekly family meetings build connections and help families apply skills in real life. Guiding Good Choices emphasizes strong family bonds that motivates preteens to follow guidelines and stay on a course toward better health and educational outcomes as teenagers.

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