This class targets the connective tissue (i.e. joints, bones, and ligaments). We remain in many of the poses longer than in a traditional yoga class which can be challenging for our body as well as our mind. The class may be slower paced, giving our mind time to quiet down, our breath to soften, and our ... Read more
Come and celebrate all forms of gaming! Table-top gaming, console video games, Roblox, Minecraft, Pokémon Go, and more! Computers are provided, but gamers can bring their own laptop or Switches if they prefer. This program is geared for grades 3+ but younger children are welcome to attend with a caregiver. Please arrange transport with the ... Read more
Workout using your own body weight or light hand weights to work all the body parts! The free classes are always similar in style but always different moves to keep it fun and fresh. You’ll need a yoga mat & light hand weights. If you don’t have them, they are extras that can be used. ... Read more
Every Tuesday join a new tournament and play for prizes! Trivial Pursuit, Spelling Bees, Card Games, Guitar Hero/Injustice, and lots more!
Join us the last Tuesday of each month!
HIIT stands for High Intense Interval Training. This class consists of hard charging intervals of training designed to increase your heart rate for a set period of time, followed by a rest to bring your heart rate back down. Each class will consist of a demonstration, warm-up, and 10-12 stations where we will focus on a ... Read more
This class lets us move dynamically from one posture to another. We create awareness and harmony between the mind and body that allows us to remove stress and anxiety. We use our breath to move deeper into our body while warming, lengthening, and strengthening our muscles. All you need is a yoga mat and a water ... Read more
Join us to explore hands-on science, create lego masterpieces, and more! Wednesday's program is for grades 3-5 and Thursday's program is for grades K-2. Please arrange transport with the School District if you would like your child to ride the bus to the library after school. Parents or guardians of children below 6th grade must ... Read more
Horses, mules, and burros have assisted with daily tasks since their introduction to the area in the mid 1600’s. American Indians, hard rock miners, early settlers, and the San Juan National Forest have all benefited from these animals both in their willingness to assist with a variety of tasks and as a companion while traveling ... Read more