Thursday October 29, 2015 • 5:30-7pm
At our annual Halloween party we will have a haunted house, crafts, games and candy! Don’t forget your camera. This event is free to the public.
Personal Training Sale
Stuck in a rut with your workout?
Try a session with one of our personal trainers to get you back on track. Personal training packages are 25% off Oct. 1st – Nov. 30th.
Purchase your 30 minute or 1 hour packages at the front desk.
Register for Fall Programs.
Music, arts and dance.
The Glendale Sports Center offers a number of music, art and dance classes for both youth and adults. Fall classes begin the week of Nov. 2nd. Click here to learn more about all the programs we offer!
Upcoming R.A.D. Classes.
R.A.D. self defense for Seniors
Offers free awareness and defense strategies for older adults. Classes are on Friday afternoons 1:00-3:30pm. Click here to learn more about the topics, dates and to register.
R.A.D. self defense for Women
The Rape Aggression Defense System is a comprehensive, women-only course that begins with awareness, prevention, risk reduction and risk avoidance, while progressing on to the basics of hands-on defense training. This class is a three day course November 13-15th. Click here to learn more and to register.
New Cell Phone Lockers.
Check out the new lockers to store your keys, cell phone, wallet or tablet located at the front entrance! Just ask the front desk for a key to keep your items safe while you enjoy your workout.
Please do not leave personal/valuable items in the fitness center or unattended in the facility.
Financial Health Seminars.
Attend one of our free financial health seminars for members here at the Glendale Sports Center.
Monday, October 5
How to maximize your Social Security Benefits
Monday, November 2
Elder Care-What you need to know
Monday, December 7
Youth in Government.
For three months every year, students learn about the state’s democratic system, and how laws and government shape people’s lives. They explore all major aspects of state government, filling roles as politicians, lobbyists, attorneys, and journalists.
Then they convene for a mock General Session at the State Capitol where they write bills, lobby, debate, and vote, all using the House floor, Senate chambers, and offices of the State Capitol. This is the only program of its kind that offers this type of experience and access to Colorado’s legislative offices. The Fall 2015 Season is forming now. Click here to join!
Thank you for staying strong with us!
Thanksgiving hours, food distribution & blood drive.