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Recreation & Park Activities Summaries

Pioneer Pool is located at Pioneer Park in East Quincy

 

Recreation And Park Activity Summaries Additions As Of 10/10/05         

Plumas Hearts N' Parks

Through a grant from the California Health Collaborative, Hearts N' Parks is an innovative program that addresses the growing obesity and declining health trends among youth. The Hearts N' Parks program helps to graphically illustrate he adverse effects of inactive or sedentary life styles combined with poor nutrition. The program also offers meal and snack alternatives that are easy to prepare and are very nutritious. Physical activities include swimming, water aerobics, soccer, walking and hiking, nature study, and similar. Plumas Hearts N' Parks is offered during the summer months of June, July, August and September. For more information, contact the District at (530)283-3278.

QUINCY SKATE PARK

The Quincy Skate Park, which opened in 2003, is located in East Quincy on Pioneer Road and Fairgrounds Road, adjacent to the Pioneer Park and Community Pool. the facility was developed primarily through a cooperative venture between the Quincy Rotary Club, Tony Hawk Foundation, California Department of Parks & Recreation, the County of Plumas, and the Central Plumas Recreation and Park District. The skate park features a series of concrete bowls, drops, fun boxes, jumps, rails and slopes. The three-season skate park is open (weather permitting) from 9:00am until sunset. For more information contact the District at(530) 283-3278 or recdept@psln.com
 

Quincy Chair-Robics Program

The Char-robics Exercise program offers a low impact work out two days a week for mature adults. The class is designed to help promote flexibility, muscle tone, fitness, hand-eye coordination, balance and agility, and a very positive outlook on life. The program can accommodate individuals in wheel chairs, on oxygen assisted breathing, stroke patients, as well as generally able participants. Class occurs every Monday and Thursday from 9:30 to 10:30 AM , at the Mountain View Manor, 116 Circle Dr. near Jackson St., in Quincy. For more information contact the District office at (530)283-3278
phone (530) 283-3278
fax (530) 283-4449
mail P.O. Box 1551, Quincy, CA 95971
drop-in 34 Fairground Rd. Quincy, CA (Pioneer Park)
e-mail recdept@psln.com

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