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When’s the Community Center Reopening?

For now, the Community Center continues to host our childcare program for school-age kids and, starting June 1, will host more kids for our summer camp. These are essential programs to help our community’s working families, and we plan to keep the building closed to the public at first to allow us to spread kids and caregivers out throughout the facility.

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A variety of resources and information about COVID-19 is available at northlibertyiowa.org/coronavirus/

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Activity Guide for Summer 2020 Now Available

The seasonal North Liberty Activity Guide is now available online, covering recreation, aquatic, library and community programming and events offered May through August 2020. Registration for most programs begins April 6 for North Liberty residents.

The guide highlights new programming and returning favorites for kids, adults, seniors and families. Highlights include:

The opening of the outdoor pool over Memorial Day weekend and the addition of the Twilight Swim on the first Saturday and Sunday of June, July, August and September when admission will be just $2.

  • The Cornfield Classic presented by GEICO Careers on Aug. 13. It’s a day celebrating America’s pastime of baseball and includes a watch party of the first Major League Baseball game played in Iowa, when the Yankees play the White Sox at the Field of Dreams in Dyersville; before the game, we’ll show Field of Dreams, the movie classic that inspired it all.
  • North Liberty Blues & BBQ presented by Veridian Credit Union on July 11. It’s North Liberty’s signature summer celebration and brings the best blues and blues-inspired live music, mouthwatering barbecue and more, Iowa craft beer and family fun to Centennial Park. As always, admission is free, thanks to community sponsors.
  • An All-Elementary Bike Rodeo on May 15 and Community Slow Rolls on the second Tuesday of each month from May though August.
  • Rollerskating-focused programming, with a club skate at Centennial Park at 9 a.m. each Saturday starting June 13, Roller Dance Fitness for adults and Roller Dance Kids for ages 6 to 12.
  • Seniors can join us for Senior CBS and Everyday Living Exercise classes and the return of BeMoved Dance & Movement, which inspires participants to embrace dance as a lifelong path to health, joy and fulfillment.
  • New fitness classes for adults including Yoga Flow, Self Defense, Strength Training/Cross Training Circuit, Penalty Box, Fitness 101 or returning favorites like Zumba, Pound, Cardio Pump, Body Sculpt and more.

Registration starts April 6 online, in person and by mail. To register online, create a new RecDesk account and pay by a credit card. To register in person, stop by the front desk at the Community Center, 520. W. Cherry St, weekdays between 6 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. and pay with cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover or American Express.

For more information, contact the Recreation Department’s front desk at (319) 626-5716.

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