Adult Recreation Programs
NCPRD is now offering our most popular fitness and enrichment classes virtually! Our goal is to provide you with opportunities to stay active, learning and connected – all from the safety and comfort of your own home. We look forward to offering in-person recreation programs again soon, and for now we hope you enjoy a wide variety of art, language and exercise classes held through Zoom.
Not sure if a virtual fitness class is right for you? Try FREE workshops, which will be offered on Zoom for select classes prior to signing up for the full session. Please be sure to pre-register for the workshops.
Sign up for a workshop or class here. Once registered, you will receive a link to access the Zoom class. Registration opens for NCPRD residents on Aug. 25 and for non-residents on Sept. 1.
Click the dropdown buttons below for full class descriptions. *Denotes classes which offer a discount for ages 62+
What is a zoom class? Zoom classes take place wherever YOU are while watching an instructor through a computer or smart device. The classes are live on a specified day, date and time. You will be able to see the instructor perform as well as see fellow students. As a participant, you have options to not have yourself be seen by others and/or heard by others. At the end of a class, the instructor has the option to unmute everyone to be able to socialize or to get feedback. If you are using a smart device, you will need to download the free zoom app. If you are on a computer, all you have to do is click on the provided link that is sent to you for the class.
What do I need to sign up for a virtual class?
When signing up for these classes you will need: a smart device (ie. smartphone or tablet) or computer with speakers and preferably a camera, a space big enough to perform the exercises (preferably 4’ x 6’ or larger), and in some cases equipment as noted in the class description. If you have any questions, please call (503) 794-8092.
What if I want to pay with cash or check, instead of online with a credit card?
If unable to register online, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a time for cash/check payment.
Are Happy Valley residents still able to sign up for NCPRD recreation programs?
The City of Happy Valley has officially withdrawn from North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District. Happy Valley residents are welcome to sign up for NCPRD youth and adult programs, but as of July 1 are no longer eligible to receive discounted NCPRD resident rates and priority registration.