Get Moving With Pineville Parks & Recreation
Attention Pineville Residents: If you live within the city limits of Pineville and pay your taxes to Pineville, then you may use the Belle Johnston Community Center for FREE (fitness equipment, track, basketball court, and racquetball court). But first you need to get your resident card made. We will need proof of residency in the form of a photo ID with current address and a recent bill (ex. gas, electric, telephone.)
Come in and check out our updated weight room!
Fitness Equipment & Indoor Walking Track
Hours: Monday-Thursday: 7:00am-7:45pm, Fri. 7:00am-5:45pm Sat. 10:00am-4:45pm, Sun. 1:00pm-4:45 pm
Open Gym – Residents may bring up to 1 guests during open gym hours (check website or call community center). The fee is $5.00 per guest. Residents are responsible for the conduct of their guests and will be disciplined according to previously established park guidelines.
As fall brings us cooler temps and the beautiful change of landscape, it can be a great time to settle into a new fitness and wellness routine. After all, keeping your routine fresh can inspire your spirit and challenge your body with new physical and mental endeavors. We are offering a fitness and wellness challenge to help you this Fall.
Fall into Fitness/Wellness Challenge
Oct. 10th – Nov. 18th (6 Weeks)
Be healthy while having fun and enjoy this Fall into Fitness Challenge!
We will draw a name from the turned in forms and that person will win a
$50 gift card to Dick’s Sporting Goods
Click Here for the Fall Into Fitness Worksheet
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A PLACE TO PLAY PICKLEBALL???
Pineville Parks and Recreation is offering Open Gym Pickleball!!!
Mondays & Fridays: 9:00am-12:00pm
Wednesdays: 1:30pm – 4:30pm
FREE for Pineville Residents (must show proof of residency)
$2 fee for Non-Residents
Ages 12 and Up!
Balls will be provided!
CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP
The senior exercise programs are in full swing at The Hut for in-person exercise (mask and vaccination required).
Why should I join or attend an exercise program? There are many reasons why older adults need regular exercise. Exercise reduces and eliminates many of the health concerns that come with aging. Regular activity also helps to maintain and reduce the loss of bones and muscles due to aging. There is a correlation between daily physical activity and the reduction of feeling of anxiety and depression in older adults. Besides the social aspect of meeting new people, occasionally we have other activities. this quarter we had a nutritionist provide our group with great information they could use to make better choices at the grocery store.
Selected Medicare Supplement or Advantage programs include wellness, so there would be no charge. The fee for all others is $5 per class.
There is a class that fits everyone’s needs: chair yoga/stretch & balance/strength & balance/ Cardio Fit – Contact Lorraine Haynes: [email protected]
Visit www.fitseniors.org for class descriptions, times, and updates.
MOM AND ME GROUP FITNESS – Hosted by CT SCULPT
MOMS WORKOUT – KIDS PLAY
6-Week Fall Session: 10/14, 10/21, 10/28, 11/4, 11/11, 11/18
10am at the Hut: 413 Johnston Drive
$90 For Full 6-Week Session
Email [email protected] to sign up
Follow @ctsculpt on Facebook or Instagram for more info.