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City of Astoria, Oregon

 

Astoria Recreation Center (ARC)

1555 W. Marine Drive (directions)
503-741-3035
info@astoriaparks.com

 
Hours: Mon/Wed/Fri: 8:30AM - 7:00PM
Tues/Thurs: Noon - 7:00PM

The Astoria Recreation Center offers programs for youth and adult sports, and adult fitness classes. Additionally we provide after school and no-school-day programs for kids and teens. Register online for many of our sports programs, special classes and events. Click on the links above for more information.

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Adult Fitness Schedule

**NEW! Barre Class added MONDAYS, 11:30-12:30p!** Current Schedule is HERE

Mon  Tue Wed Thurs Fri Sat

 5:30-6:30a
Cycling

 5:30-6:30a
Cycling

 5:30-6:30a
Cycling

 5:30-6:30a
 Cycling 

5:30-6:30a
Cycling

8:00-9:00a Cycling

 9-10:00a
Cycling

 

9-10:00a
Cycling

 

 9-10:00a
Cycling

9-10:00a
Barre

10-11:00a
Core Strength

 

 10-11:00a
Core Strength

 

10-11:00a
Core Strength 

 

 11:30-12:30p
Barre

         

 

 12:15-12:45p
Boot camp

 

12:15-12:45p
Boot camp

 

 

  5:30-6:30p
Cycling

5:30-6:30p
Cycling 360

 

5:30-6:30p
Cycling 360

 

 

5:30-6:30p
Pound!

 

5:30-6:30p
Barre

 

 

*Drop in rate is $6 and $4 for lunch time Boot Camp Classes

 

Boot Camp: This class is designed for people who want a strong and healthy sweat, but no choreographed movements. Back-to-basic movement patterns, cardio interval drills and muscle endurance weight training produce an eff ective, calorie-burning workout.

Core/Strength: Walk taller, feel stronger! This class is designed to build core muscle groups while improving posture through performing a variety of exercises that strengthen the abdomen and back muscles and increase fl exibility. The instructor may include a variety of equipment in the work out.

Pound! Channel your inner performer and rock your body with this modernday fusion of movement and music. Drum along with a slammin’ soundtrack using Ripstix--weighted drumsticks designed to transform drumming into a kick-butt, fat burning, full body interval workout that will leave you dripping sweat.

Studio Cycling: This is a group exercise class on stationary bikes. During the class, the instructor simulates a ride. Together, you travel on fl at roads, climb hills, sprint, and race! It’s a truly fantastic cardiovascular class.

Cycling 360: This class adds variety to your everyday indoor cycling class by combining the best of indoor cycling, off the bike strength training and core training. The result is a total body program that allows participants to experience a great cardio workout while strengthening their upper body and core.

Barre: Barre classes use a combination of moves that incorporate ballet, yoga and Pilates. Barre exercises focus on isometric strength training combined with high reps of small range-of-motion movements. Barre helps increase fl exibility by lengthening muscles. You DO NOT need to be a dancer to gain benefi ts from barre classes.


Summer Day Camp at the ARC
Children ages 6-11 are invited to have fun and create lasting memories at our weekly themed Summer Day Camps.  Sign up for a week or the whole summer.  Drop-in is available depending on availability.  We meet Monday through Friday from 7:30 AM to 5:30 PM.  Cost is $130/week. 

Register Here>


Summer Sports at the ARC

Brazilian Jiu Jitsu: Brazilian Jiu Jitsu is an exciting and benefi cial martial art for youth. Translated as “The Gentle Art”, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu uses posture, positioning, and technique to subdue an opponent with leverage instead of violence. Students will gain self-confi dence, physical fi tness, and a feeling of accomplishment by learning simple principles and techniques that improve their skills quickly. This class is an introduction to the art with an emphasis on fundamentals, bullying prevention, and having fun while learning.

Mon, June 26 –August 21, 6-7pm (no class July 3) ; Ages 7-14 ; $55

Flag Football: This program is an introduction to the fundamentals and skills needed for the classic sport of football. The basics of throwing, catching, and defense will be emphasized. Games will be played during the second half of the program.

Tuesdays & Thursdays, Aug. 22– Oct.12, 5:30pm–6:30pm, Columbia Field, Ages 6–10, $40

Adult Coed Softball: Take me out to the ballgame! Interested in playing softball? This is the sport for you! Our program off ers a league for the competitive and the less skilled. Men and women, young and old, just for fun or for the competition – it’s a little bit of something for everyone!  Meeting for coaches and interested players is scheduled for July 6.

Games played Monday–Fridays, July 24–Aug. 31 at Evergreen Ball Fields, $365/team before June 30, $415/ team for later registrants.

 

Employee
of the
Month

   

Ashley Schacher

When Aquatics Manager, Genessee Dennis, arrived in September, there were no Aquaducks classes because we did not have a teacher.  Ashley was asked if she were interested in working with babies - knowing she was a swimmer.  Ashley willingly obliged and was eager to learn.  She was given the resources for instruction and she developed the curriculum on her own.  She has even taken on private instruction and other swimming lessons.  Ashley is awesome with the kids and their parents.  She is self-motivated and never misses her shifts.  Not everyone is willing or good at working with really young children, so thank you Ashley for all you do at the Astoria Aquatic Center!


 
 
 

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