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Recreation Department (801) 806-9114
125 West Community Center Way
Hours: Monday -
Thursday 9:00 AM - 1:00
Stacey Child - Parks & Recreation Director
*** Registration is available by using the link at the
top of this page unless otherwise noted. ***
$10 non-resident fee will be added for participants who
do not reside in Mapleton.
“SOLE” 2011! – Fitness Challenge
The 6th Annual Mapleton
has “Sole” kicks off on Monday, June 13th,
6:00 pm, at the Whiting Campground Pavilion. Register at
the Kick-off or at the Recreation Office. Cost $10 each/
$30 family of 4/ $40 family over 4. All participants
will receive a fun fitness packet, and great prizes will
be awarded to individuals and families with the most
Early Morning Women’s Tennis
LADIES TENNIS-- the game where LOVE
means nothing! Come join us to learn a new hobby or
improve your skills! Tennis is a great sport at any age
and is a fun way to burn calories! This class is offered
for beginner to intermediate tennis players, 16 years
and older. Learn to serve, rally, volley, keep score and
play singles and doubles tennis. Taught by Julie Edwards
and Mary Shaw (former college national champion),
certified USTA instructors. Tennis is a lifelong sport!
Classes start June 14th through July 6th, every Tuesday
and Wednesday from 7:00-8:00 AM at Mapleton Junior High
School (300 E 1200 N). A total of 8 lessons for $45.
For more info call Julie at (801) 318-7752. Register at
the benefits of yoga: increased strength, flexibility
and muscle tone; mental focus; endurance; and reduced
Classes will be Tue., and Thur.,
6:00 – 7:00 am OR 8:30 – 9:30 pm at the Community Center
(125 W 400 N). Register at the Recreation Office or at
is $25 per month OR walk-ins welcome - $5 per class.
Folk and Bluegrass Ensemble
Learn to play and be part of a bluegrass band!
Students ages 8 and up will learn 3-4 songs and perform
at a concert in the park. Classes will be held
Mon. – Fri., July 11 – 22, at Hobble Creek Elementary
(1145 E. 1200 N.) Students must provide their own
instrument including but not limited to: fiddle
(violin), viola, cello, guitar, mandolin, banjo, bass,
and ukulele. Fee is $45 which includes a music
book. If you have any questions contact Jessica
Knight (801) 400-6332.
Beginning: 10-11:00 Little or no experience
required. Students will learn basic chords,
rhythm, and accompaniment, solos, timing, and some
theory through songs.
Intermediate: 9-10:00 Students with some
prior experience playing their instrument (not
necessarily bluegrass or folk music) will learn fun
songs to perform together. Students should feel
fairly comfortable with basic chords and be able to read
some music or tablature.
Advanced: 8-9:00 This class should be exciting and
challenging to most experienced students. We will
be learning high-energy, fun and interesting songs at a
fast-pace. Students should be competent in reading
music or tablature, and know most chords and be very
comfortable making chord changes. This is a fun
experience as a real bluegrass band.
2011** MEN 30 and older
FLAG FOOTBALL– FALL 2011
More details available soon at