Park district notes
Logan, program coordinator
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Kids are cooking Cajun at the park district.
Brought to you by Soileau's Seasoning, a cooking class taught by
Avery and Amy Soileau will introduce Cajun cooking and its history
to fourth- and fifth-graders. Junior chefs are sure to have fun
learning to cook up some simple Cajun dishes, as well as some great
ways to grow their very own herbs and spices commonly used in Cajun
cuisine. The participants will take home their own herb or veggie
plant, as well as several activity sheets, recipes and educational
information. Reservations are required and class size is limited to
the first 12 kids. Join us Saturday, April 24, from 1:30 to 3 p.m.
The Lincoln Park District Summer Brochure will be available the last
week of April at the front desk. It will also be online with links
from Lincoln Daily News and will be an insert in The Courier and The
Shopper. The park district is offering a wide range of programs for
all age groups. Pick some fun things to do and get signed up soon!
Group fitness classes are still going strong. A full-access or
circuit membership includes senior fitness classes, aerobics and
spin classes. Spin bikes are a specially designed bike tailored to
fit your body. Instructors talk you through a ride using music and
various positions on the bikes. The park district has recently added
four more bikes to the spin class. This makes a total of 14 bikes
available, and classes are offered seven times each week.
[Text from file received from Roy Logan,
Lincoln Park District]