Hip-Hop HustleKenny Anderson Community Center, 3701 East Third Street, 978-6924Hip-Hop Hustle combines choreographed, easy-to-learn moves and high-energy music to create a wonderfully unique class that focuses on total body fitness. No previous dance experience needed. Instructor is Sydney Diederich. $20 for the four-week series. Registration closes five business days in advance. For ages 18 and older.Thursday, March 6, 10:30–11:30 a.m.6–7 p.m.
Airplanes and Choo-Choo Trains Kuehn Community Center, 2801 South Valley View Road, 978-6926Let your child’s imagination run wild! We will drive cars, fly around like airplanes, sing, and do other fun activities that involve revving your child’s little engine. For ages 4 to 5. $5 per class. Registration closes five business days in advance.Thursday, March 6, 6:15–7 p.m.
Michael Jordan and More!Kenny Anderson Community Center, 3701 East Third Street, 978-6924No. 23 has become a revolutionary number when it comes to Michael Jordan. Learn about his best years, his sports records, his ever popular shoe line, and much more. Scheels shoe expert Rob Ramm will take you back in time from the first shoes Jordan ever wore to the latest styles of J’s. Personalize your own indoor slam-a-jama hoop to take home. For ages 10 to 13. $5 per class. Registration closes five business days in advance.Thursday, March 6, 6:30–7:30 p.m.
Work Out with the DollzMorningside Community Center, 2400 South Bahnson Avenue, 978-6930If you have ever wondered what it takes to be a roller derby Roller Dollz, but aren’t quite ready to strap on some skates, then this workout class is just for you. Join the Roller Dollz as they lead you through a plyometric workout that will encompass every muscle you have in your body—even the ones you didn’t know you had! Every fitness level is welcome to participate. No experience required. Fishnet stockings are not required, but highly encouraged! $5 per class. Registration closes five business days in advance. For ages 18 and older.Friday, March 7,10–11:30 a.m.
Fun and Fit Friday for Wee OnesKenny Anderson Community Center, 3701 East Third Street, 978-6924Children ages 6 and under can come out and enjoy some fitness activities. Ride or drive one of the toys, jump in the inflatable, or participate in fitness games with the staff. Children must be supervised by someone 16 years or older. A 5-to-1 ratio of children to adults will be enforced. Free. No registration required.Friday, March 7, 10:30–11:15 a.m.5:30–6:15 p.m.
Scribble and ScrambleMorningside Community Center, 2400 South Bahnson Avenue, 978-6930Double your fun! It’s two activities in one! This class will run in sections. You will have time to “scramble” in the gym, while another group “scribbles” in the meeting room, and then we will trade places. Sneakers and paint shirt required. For ages 2 to 5. $5 per class. Registration closes five business days in advance.Monday,March 10,3:30–3:45 p.m.4–4:30 p.m. <p?
“No Limits” After-School Fitness for Tweens and Teens MariCar Community Center, 400 North Valley View Road, 978-6928 “No Limits” is a free high-energy class featuring a wide variety of sports conditioning cardiovascular activities and exercises mixed with strength exercises in an interval training format. Exercises may use agility dots and ladders, exercise tubing, jump ropes, and more. Every class will be different. The kids will have so much fun that they won’t realize they are exercising. Sponsored by Sanford Wellness Center, Family Wellness Center, Sioux Falls YMCA, and SFPR. For ages 7 and up. Free. No registration required.Tuesday, March 11, 10–10:20 a.m.
Crunch TimeMorningside Community Center, 2400 South Bahnson Avenue, 978-6930This quick 20-minute class will focus on core muscles. Learn new moves to improve your fitness. Join us after morning walking (8 to 10 a.m.) for a quick toning session. For ages 18 and older. Free. Registration required.Tuesday, March 11, 7–8 p.m.
Cake Decorating BasicsMorningside Community Center, 2400 South Bahnson Avenue, 978-6930Do you want that specialty cake or theme, but not the expense that goes with it? We are here to help. Join us as we have hands-on activities for beginners and share tricks of the trade to decorating your own cake or cupcakes for birthdays, anniversaries, graduation, or a holiday event. For ages 18 and older. Cost is $10. Registration closes five business days in advance.Tuesday, March 11, 10:30–11:15 a.m.6:30–7:15 p.m.
Texture TuesdaysKenny Anderson Community Center, 3701 East Third Street, 978-6924Join us on Tuesdays when we explore and work with interesting textures to create a craft. Projects include texture paintings and rubbings. Use salt, sand, rice, and much more. Each week is sure to be a surprise. For ages 4 to 5. $5 per class. Registration closes five business days in advance.Wednesday,March 12, 7:15–8 p.m.
Simple Cooking with HeartMorningside Community Center, 2400 South Bahnson Avenue, 978-6930Cooking at home can be a daunting task, but a rewarding one for your diet and lifestyle (and your wallet). Making small changes in your diet is important to your heart health. If you’re ready to start cooking at home, this 45-minute cooking demonstration from the American Heart Association will give you the basics you need to make low-cost, heart-healthy meals. Each session will feature a different set of affordable and healthy recipes to give you the basic skills and techniques to get started and inspired—and have fun! Adults 18 and over. Free. Registration required.Wednesday,March 12,11–11:45 a.m.5:30–6:15 p.m.
Toddler TryoutsOyate Community Center, 2421 West 15th Street, 978-6932Toddler tryouts are for stay-at-home kids with their parents. We will provide the equipment and toys; parents provide the supervision. Each week will feature a different sporting event that will help develop toddlers’ motor skills while they’re having fun! For ages 2 to 3. $5 per class. Registration closes five business days in advance.