Valpo Parks is offering a variety of adult fitness programs that are designed to engage adults at any fitness level. Choose from dance lessons, Yoga, T’ai Chi, or X-Your Size interval and resistance training.
As some things end, new beginnings and relationships form.
The Objective of Little League Baseball is to implant firmly in the children of the community the ideals of good sportsmanship, honestly, loyalty, courage and respect for authority, so they may be well-adjusted, stronger and happier individuals and will grow to be good, decent, healthy, and trustworthy citizens.
Registration for Valpo Parks 2017 Summer Adult Softball is going on now through March 30. Men’s, Women’s and Coed Softball Leagues for adults 18 years and older and not currently playing High School sports are offered during the summer months.
When the cold and darkness comes to those who spend their time outside what do they do? Runners hop on the treadmill, swimmers dive back into the indoor pools, and some, well, they head down to Florida.
Baseball and Softball skills clinics will take place in January. Coaches and players from the Valparaiso High School baseball and softball teams will instruct the one hour and fifteen minute Sunday sessions on January 15, 22 and 29. Each session reinforces the fundamentals of the game. Baseball meets 4:30 -5:45 PM and is for ages 7 to 12 and softball meets 6:00-7:15 PM for ages 5 to 12. Ages are as of May 1, 2017. Price is $25/$37 depending on residency. Register for the corresponding Valpo Parks 2017 sports program at that same time, and the cost is only $5. Registration ends January 11.
The Valparaiso Parks Department has received another lead gift to benefit Tower Park and build a second signature basketball court that will be themed with the Valparaiso High School logo. The Valpo Parks Department and the Valpo Parks Foundation are proud to announce that the gift is the third in a series of public private partnerships regarding the Tower Park renovation.
What does it mean to have a family? Is it unconditional love, support and care? Is it the happiness that is bounced from one to another on a daily basis? Or is it the thrill of doing things together for the reward of creating lasting memories? There is not a better answer other than “all of the above” when it comes to creating a family bond. Doing activities together, like the Tour de La Porte (TdL), is rewarding for families. Shawn Arnsbarger is a mother and a six year TdL veteran who enjoys biking the beautiful trails of La Porte with her kids and supporting the runners to be the best they can be.
Two dozen junior golfers age 12 and under participated in the Creekside Classic For Kids Skills competition on July 21 at Creekside Golf Course and Training Center in Valparaiso. Juniors competed in six skill areas and the winners were: