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VIRTUAL RECREATION


Batavia Park District continues to provide a variety of recreational programming to meet all comfort levels during these uncertain times. Whether you prefer indoor, outdoor, or virtual classes, we are here to keep you active, engaged, and entertained!


Bt i P k Di t i t ti t id i t f


Goals: • To provide an opportunity to keep minds and bodies healthy • To provide learning opportunities • Social with friends • Be creative • Have fun!


Resource Center


One portion of the Batavia Virtual Recreation Center is a resource center, full of links and recommendations to at-home activities, crafts, and information that staff has hand-selected. Activities are broken down by age groups and interest type, making it easy to find something for everyone.


Virtual Youth Variety Classes


Try an online program this Fall! Since these classes are online, many can be taken whenever it is convenient for your schedule, and the videos can be watched several times until you master the skills. Complete descriptions can be found on the Batavia Virtual Recreation Center webpage.


• Magic Class (582003-1A) • Magic Class Part II (582003-1B) • Balloon Animal Workshop (582003-1C) • Young Rembrandt Food Fun Drawing (581909-1A) • Young Rembrandt Nature Stars Drawing (581910-1A) • Young Rembrandt Pets in Action Drawing (581911-1A) • Young Rembrandt Under the Sea Drawing (581912-1A) • Online Slime Lab (582072-1A) • The History & Science of Carnival Games (582085-1A)


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