CPRD and NHS Lacrosse coaches are reminding you that time is running out for elementary students to register for the spring's Lacrosse fun. There are still a few openings left on the roster for both boys and girls. Practices start the wek of March 10th. It is not too late to join the fastest growing sport in Oregon!
This class is offered every month. Register now because those spots go quickly! Wanna hit something? Burn calories, build strength, power, cardiovascular fitness, and punch away the pounds in this efficient work out class. Learn the fundamentals of basic punches and footwork, train for results you'll feel. Your power and intensity await. All body types and fitness
Boxing for Fitnessis a co-ed class for youth and adults, 10 years and up.
This one hour class, once a week is a TOTAL BODY WORKOUT!
Register online or at Chehalem Aquatic & Fitness Center, or call 503.537.2909.
Tuesdays from 6 - 7 p.m in Falcon Crest Room at CPRD Recreation Offices.
Chehalem Aquatic and Fitness
Center and Save our Pool Committee are co-hosting Spring Splash, a free (that's right - no charge) public swim session from 7:00 to 8:30 p.m. on Monday, March 24.
Join us for 90
minutes of watery fun and learn about our future vision for the aquatic and
fitness center. Everyone is welcome. Children 8 years and younger must be accompanied in the water by an adult (safety first).
As the Newberg Cultural District develops, so too does your way to keep up on what's happening there. Visit the new webpage on the Chehalem Cultural Center website, designed to help you stay updated on plans and events in this area between the cultural center and Newberg Public Library.
The Newberg Cultural District has moved beyond a concept and is now a reality with the signing of the Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) between the City of Newberg and the Chehalem Park and Recreation District earlier this fall. The IGA formally establishes an executive board made up of representatives from the City, CPRD, the Library, the cultural center and the neighborhood, to manage the outdoor activities of the Cultural District as well as work with parking impacts for events within the Library and Cultural Center.
The CPRD Board of Directors will reconvene its regular meeting from Feb.
27th at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, March 5 at the CPRD Administration Office at 125 S. Elliott Road in Newberg,
in order to continue discussion including review of plans for Ewing Young Historical Park, Bob and
Crystal Rilee Park, and grant applications for Chehalem Heritage Trails.
The public is welcome.
Looking for a varied, engaging part-time job that takes you from the greenhouse to the office to special events all in the same week? We have a new position in the Recreation and Community School program. We'd like to hear from you.