Closed for Easter

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Decatur Recreation Center and Ebster Recreation Center will be closed on Sunday, April 21 for the Easter holiday. Sunday open gym activities will resume the following Sunday.

Have a great weekend!

Thanks for the new Bike Racks!

IMG_1005Thanks to local attorney Aaron Marks, of the Marks Law Group, LLC, there are eight more places to lock up your bike in downtown Decatur. Mr. Marks donated bike racks to the city to fill a need on Ponce de Leon Avenue. The new racks are located along the downtown business corridor and were especially welcomed by  the cyclists who bike commute to work in Town Center.

Thank you Aaron Marks!

For more information in biking in Decatur visit decaturga.com/biking or contact cheryl.burnette@decaturga.com.

Real Estate Q & A- TODAY at 2pm

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Decatur Active Living Holiday Closings

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Decatur Recreation Center and Ebster Recreation Center will be closed from December 24 through January 1 and will reopen on January 2, 2019. The gym floors will be redone over the break.

Ebster Recreation Center will have open gym on the following days:
January 2nd – 2:00 pm-6 pm
January 3rd – 2:00-6:00 pm
January 4th – 12 pm-5:30 pm

The Oakhurst Indoor Pool holiday schedule is here.

Decatur Active Living wishes the community a safe and fun filled holiday season!

TOMORROW…Our Annual Senior Holiday Party is next Wednesday. Come celebrate the season with us!

Santa Claus is Coming to Town!

Our Annual Senior Holiday Party is next Wednesday. Come celebrate the season with us!

Santa Claus is Coming to Town!

This week at Decatur Active Living – check out our great events.

Active Adult NewsletterNovember 2018 (2)

Active Adult November Newsletter -Hope to see you at some of our awesome events.

Active Adult NewsletterNovember 2018 (2)

Move It Monday: Write Your Own Success Story

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From our friends at Move It Monday:

This Monday, keep a record of your workouts. Tracking your fitness accomplishments will help identify useful patterns, reveal a picture of your overall performance, and help you stay on top of your progress.

Previously, we’ve covered how and why to keep a journal. We’ll now share tips on what to write down to keep you motivated and inspired.

  • Set a goal. 10,000 steps in a day? 20 minutes of non-stop cardio three times a week? Three weight-lifting sessions in a week? 30 minutes of laps every Saturday? Whatever it is, put it on the horizon. This is your goal.
  • Keep track. Track your numbers every day and be accountable. A possible entry would include: Date, exercise, time, distance, and any other miscellaneous notes – like how it made you feel or what you might need to change to bring you closer to your goals.
  • Find activities you enjoy. When you’re invested and having fun, you’re more likely to want to achieve your fitness goals. Be adaptable, not only will you work more muscles, but fitness may be less routine and more fun. Also, consider making fitness more social by inviting your friends or taking a class.

This Monday, use your personal data to see the big picture. When you see all your fitness accomplishments in one place, you’re more likely to feel a sense of completion and be motivated to achieve your fitness goals. Plus, it feels good!

Find us on FacebookTwitter, or Instagram for more healthy Monday tips, news, and suggestions to achieve your fitness goals!

Tomorrow – Financial Goal Setting class with Capstone Financial -Tuesday, Oct. 16th at 6:30pm. Meet us at Decatur Recreation Center

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