The Cedar River Complex is offering a toddler gym and tumble for 3-5 year olds from 9-10 a.m., Tuesday, April 20.
According to a CRC release, participants will tumble, run, jump and more in a fun atmosphere. Kids can get some exercise while they work on their balance and coordination as they play. They should wear comfortable clothes and socks, and have clean sneakers for the hour.
Cost is $5 for CRC members and $7.70 for non-members.
Instructors are Olivia Dodd and Addy Witt.
The CRC is also offering swimming for both beginners and masters.
Private and semi-private swim lessons are available by reservation. Students may contact aquatics manager Mark Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule classes.
According to the release, swim lessons are for individuals of all ages and swimming abilities. They are designed specifically for the participant to achieve their swimming goals.
Whether a swimmer is just getting familiar with the water or looking to improve their stroke, CRC instructors will create a fun and comfortable environment. All swim lessons are 30-minute sessions with an experienced swim instructor.
For private lessons, cost is $65 for CRC members and $100 for non-members. For semi-private lessons, cost is $50 for CRC members and $76.92 for non-members.
In addition to swim lessons, the CRC offers a masters swim club from 6:15-7:15 a.m. on Thursdays.
From new swimmers to state champions, all adult swimmers are welcome at CRC masters lap swim. Members support and encourage each other as they set realistic fitness goals.
The number one goal is to learn and/or improve a swimmer’s strokes. Additionally, swimmers will learn how to incorporate swimming into a regular fitness routine. The last goal is to learn to set goals and grow into a competitive swimmer, and maybe even attend a swim meet with other team-members.
Cost per quarter is $25 for CRC members and $38.46 for non-members. Cost per year is $75 for CRC members and $115.39 for non-members.