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728 N. Park Armory Building
P.O. Box 1321
Thermopolis, WY 82443

Phone (307) 864-3767
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 Stretching & Strengthing Yoga

 
The Recreation District is offering Yoga at the Armory.  Pay at the class to the instructor.  Any questions or concerns please contact the Recreation Office at 864-3767
 
 
Fee: $7 per session
 
 
Marge's Sessions:  
Monday's & Thursday's - 9am-10:30am 
 
 
Pickle ball
 
Dates:  Ongoing 
Days/Times:  Monday's 6:30-8am, Tuesday's 6:30-8:30pm, Wednesday's 6:30-8am, Thursday's 7-8:30pm, and Friday's 6:30-8am (when not in use by other district activities)
Location:  Armory Gym (When nice weather, program will move to tennis courts at Candy Jack Park)
Fee:  Varies depending on preference; inquire within Recreation Office
Ages:  Primarily adults of all ages, youth under 18 will need permission from Recreation Office
 
Pickle ball is the fastest growing sport in America today.  Pickle ball is a mixture of Tennis and Ping Pong.  We are offering pickle ball to the public at various times to accommodate busy schedules.  No experience required.  Regular attendees will be more than happy to explain the game for new-comers.  Paddles, balls, and nets provided but feel free to bring your own.  For more information or questions, please contact the Recreation Office at 864-3767 or by email at a.abbott@hscrecreation.com
 
 
Let us know what new programs or classes you are interested in! Email a.abbott@hscrecreation.com or call us at 864-3767.  We look forward to hearing your input.
 
 
 
 

 

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