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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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SUMMER CAMPS

Check out Lindon's amazing summer camps for kids! Each camp consists of three different days of activities, so sign up for one camp day or all three!

AGES: 5 - 12 years old

FEE: $10 per day

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

THEATER CAMP

Kids will warm up with fun drama games and will create and act in their very own skits and plays!

DATES: June 5, 6, and 7

TIME: 2:00 - 4:00 PM

SPACE CAMP

We'll do a variety of out of this world space and astronaut themed games, crafts, and activities.

DATES: June 12, 13, and 14

TIME: 2:00 - 4:00 PM

SURVIVOR CAMP

Does your child love the hit show "Survivor"? Have them come test their survival skills at this fun new class! Participants will work with their tribe to complete fun challenges each day.

DATES: June 19, 20, and 21

TIME: 2:00 - 4:00 PM

WILD WEST CAMP

Each day we will be doing fun western themed games, relays, crafts, and activities. From panning for gold to trying your hand at lassoing, we'll do it all in this camp! You'll be an expert on all things Wild West by the time we're done!

DATES: June 26, 27, and 28

TIME: 2:00 - 4:00 PM

ART CAMP

In this fun new day camp we will do all things art! Each day of camp we will work with several different art mediums. From sketching, to painting, to clay, and everything in between!

DATES: July 10, 11, and 12

TIME: 2:00 - 4:00 PM

SPORTS SAMPLER CAMP

We will play several different sports throughout the camp, learn fun yard games, and more! This is a great camp for kids to learn the basics of a few different sports. No sports background necessary!

DATES: July 17, 18, and 19

TIME: 2:00 - 4:00 PM

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 (see below for 2024 exclusion dates)

AGES: All Ages

FEE: FREE

TIME: 6:00-9:00 PM

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

Dates when Chess Club will not be meeting in 2024 are as follows:

  • March 6

  • April 24

  • June 5

  • July 24

  • Aug 7

  • Sept 18

  • Nov 20

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Children's Cooking Class

SUMMER COOKING

In this fun new cooking class, kids will make a fun summer lunch each day. From personal pizzas, to corndogs, we'll make all the fun meals perfect for even the pickiest eaters!

DATES: Mondays, Jul. 1 - Jul 22

AGES: 5 - 13

FEE: $35

TIME: 11:30 - 12:30pm

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

PRINCESS CAMP

Let the little ones get in on the fun at the Community Center in this Princess Camp for preschool to first grade aged children! In this fun class kids will read stories, do crafts, and play games revolving around princesses! 

DATES: Mondays, Jul. 1 - Jul. 22

AGES: 4 - 7 years old

FEE: $35

TIME: 10:00 - 11:00 am

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

Playful Child
Yoga Class

MORNING YOGA

This class is a great introduction to the benefits of moving and stretching our bodies. We will learn about the importance of being healthy both in our bodies and minds. Students will learn about good nutrition and the affects of good sleep, exercise and foods. Each class will include 30 minutes of active yoga as well as a simple craft such as mediation jars or journaling etc.

DATES: Tuesdays, Jul. 2 - Jul. 23

AGES: 5 - 13

FEE: $25

TIME: 10:00 - 11:00am

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

MISSION IMPOSSIBLE

Your mission, if you choose to accept it is to have fun solving the mysteries each week! We will learn spy techniques and new strategies in problem solving. Each class will have individual and team activities to promote strategic thinking, problem solving, team building and lots of fun! We will work our way out of an escape room type activity together, discover new mysteries around the Community Center and hone our problem solving skills!

DATES: Tuesdays, Jul. 2 - Jul. 23

AGES: 5 - 13 years old

FEE: $35

TIME: 11:30 - 12:30 pm

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

Cute Girl
Spiderweb

FEAR FACTOR

This is a class for all of the little dare-devils in town! You'll have to dig through whipped cream to eat something creepy and crawly, blindly reach your hands into the mystery box, and tons of other challenges that might require a little courage! All of these activities are totally safe for kids; they're just a fun way to get people's hearts pumping! 

DATES: Wednesdays, Jul. 3 - Jul. 24

AGES: 5 - 12

FEE: $35

TIME: 10:00 - 11:00am

LOCATION: Lindon Community Center (25 N Main)

JEWELRY MAKING

Join us for a super fun and simple way to create earrings, necklaces, bracelets and more. We will try beads, twine, metal and bangles to create personal and fun jewelry for each kiddo to keep or give away. 

DATES: Wednesdays, Jul. 3 - Jul. 24

AGES: 5 - 13 years old

FEE: $30

TIME: 11:30 - 12:30 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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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.

Community Center (25 N Main)

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