LOGAN – The summer programs for active seniors being offered by the Logan Parks and Recreation Department are slated to begin on June 3.

Those programs will include the city’s Walking Club, pickleball tourneys, social events and technology classes and nutrition classes.


A series of classes, events and activities for active seniors sponsored by the Logan Parks and Recreation Department are slated to begin on Monday, June 3. The series will include walking, social events and pickleball competition as well as nutrition and technology classes (Image courtesy of Facebook). 

City officials promise that the summer activities will provide “a series of fun and engaging experiences for active adults 60 year of age and older.”

The local Walking Club will meet every Monday from June 3 through Aug. 26 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.

Social gatherings will be held every third Tuesday of the month from June 18 through Aug. 20.

Pickleball competition will be held every Wednesday from 7 to 10 a.m. from June 5 to Aug. 28.

Nutrition classes especially geared for senior citizens will be in session beginning at 9 a.m. on every third Wednesday from June 19 through Aug. 21.

The topic of those classes will be “Digestion and Detox” in June, followed by sessions exploring “Hormone Health (Perimenopause and Menopause) on July 17 and “Healthy Skin and Hair” on Aug. 21.

Finally, the classes on technology sponsored by Logan City will be held at 10:15 a.m. on every second Thursday of the month starting on June 13 and continuing through Aug. 8.

City officials say that walk-ins are welcome, but registration for the entire series can be accomplished at www.loganutah.activityreg.com

The cost to register for the entire series of classes and activities is $75, but participants can also pick-and-choose the events that suit them.

For additional information about the Active Senior Summer Program events, please visit the Parks and Recreation Department at 195 South, 100 West in Logan or call 435-716-9250.

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