Parks and rec programs aim to keep county active this winter

The Chesterfield County Department of Parks and Recreation is offering a series of programs to help kids and adults stay active this winter. On Saturday, Feb. 11, from 7:30-10 p.m., kids aged 7-11 years can bounce to their hearts’ content at the Winter Blues Party. This event will be held at Inflation Nation, 10810 Paulbrook Blvd. Enjoy music, dancing, jumping and refreshments. The fee is $10 per child, and preregistration is required.

Younger children can enjoy Music, Mommy and Me, a program designed for toddlers aged 15 months to 4 years. Sing, dance and play instruments in an inviting group program, Mondays, Jan. 23-March 12, 10:10-11 a.m. at Bon Air Library, 9103 Rattlesnake Road. The fee is $60 per child.

For adults and teens aged 15 and older, Zumba is offered Monday nights from 7-8 p.m. at Swift Creek Elementary School, 13800 Genito Road. This popular cardio class promotes agility and endurance and tones muscle. The fee is $45 per person, and the class runs from Feb. 6-March 19.

A Fit Club program is offered at Curtis Elementary School, 3600 W. Hundred Road, on Mondays from 6-7 p.m. A variety of exercise programs will help get participants on their feet and moving. This course is $60 per person and runs from Feb. 6-March 19.

All of the listed programs, including the Winter Blues Party, will have multiple sessions this winter. For a full list of dates and times, as well as other Parks and Recreation programs, visit To register for any of the above programs, call Mark Pinney, 804-748-1992.


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