Basin Rec Open For Thanksgiving
The Snyderville Basin Fieldhouse is giving you a chance to stay active—even on Thanksgiving Day.
In his regular report to KPCW, Snyderville Rec District Director Brian Hanton said they have some activities set on Thursday, to help you ward off the effects of that turkey dinner.
“We want to get rid of that guilt of eating too much. So, we have turkey yoga, turkey cycle from 8:00-9:00 am at the field house. Then from 9:00-10:00 am we have a turkey burn and a turkey dance. Those classes are all $10 or five dollars with a food donation. All of our food donations are going to the Christian Center. The fieldhouse itself will be open from 7:00 am till 3:00 pm. The pool will open from 7:00 am till 1:00 pm. We shut down a little bit early so the staff can go get with their family and friends and go celebrate the holiday as well. On Friday we do have a hike as well that will be in the Glenn Wild are, we’ll meet at the Spring Trailhead at 10:00 am.”
Meanwhile, he added that they have a pass sale going through December 1st.
“It’s 15% off our six-month, our year memberships and our 10-punch passes. So, you can only get two punches per person but it’s a good opportunity to get in there before the holidays. Might be a good stocking stuffer if you’re ahead of the game there.”
Hanton said that the benefits are available for anyone who lives or works in Summit County. Finally, Hanton reviewed some of the adult leagues they’re launching in the near future.
“We have a soccer league; a basketball league and we’re looking to hold a volleyball tournament. It’s the first time we’ve tried to do this volleyball tournament so if you’re a volleyball player go onto our website Basin Recreation .org and you can check out the different options that we have. We also have a lot of youth programs that will start up in January that we’re taking registration for now. Our Jr. Jazz basketball our Little Foot soccer, there’s lots of different options on there so go check out the website.”