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The Englewood Recreation Center, Malley Recreation Center, and the Englewood Public Library are temporarily closed.

Time for Takeout - View the list HERE -Thank you to the Greater Englewood Chamber of Commerce for their help with this page.

Business Resources: COVID-19 Temporary Outdoor Expansion Application VIEW HERE

The Broken Tee driving range is closed now until further notice due to an electrical issue.

Virtual Recreation Center

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Welcome to the City of Englewood's Parks and Recreation
Virtual Recreation Center

 

VIRTUAL FITNESS CLASSES

Register Now! 

With the closure of our recreation facilities, we’ve put together this virtual stop for fun, fitness, indoor and outdoor activities, education, and resources. We are committed to ensuring that our community members have everything they need to maintain healthy lives and continue to have fun from home. Remember we may be isolated, but we are NOT alone!

Visit this page often or follow us on Facebook for new ideas to keep you and your loved ones active, entertained, and engaged.

Have a great idea or resource you’d like to share? Email us at recreation@englewoodco.gov.

Please note that this Virtual Recreation Center features resources and activities that are not 100% free. We do not endorse or receive funds to advertise any of the third party sites or services listed or referenced on this page.

Check out the City’s CoVid-19 Response Resource page COE COVID-19 Resource Center.

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Get Active Live Healthy

Here are a few ideas for staying active indoors.  Take a virtual fitness class - there are plenty of FREE options online.

Teens/Adults

Youth:

Everyone:

  • Try a Backyard Workout for whole family fun
  • Go on a walk, run or a bike ride around your neighborhood and say hi (from a distance) to all of your neighbors as you pass by!
  • Brain Games for Dogs - play a game with your dog
  • Try some Guided Meditation to escape your stress

Indoor Fun and Games
Here are some ideas to keep you busy while indoors!

Youth:

Teens/Adults:

Take a Cultural Excursion, Virtually to:

Outdoor Fun and Games
When the weather is nice, get outside and try one of these fun activities:


Educational Resources for Kids

Stay Connected

Although we’re all practicing social distancing physically, we can still stay connected emotionally. Try one or two of these out every day:

  • Video chat. There are several different video chat options to connect with friends and family: Zoom (Free for the first 40 minutes),Google Hangouts (Google account needed, App & Desktop, multi platform), Facetime (Apple users only), Facebook Messenger, Instagram Direct Messages, Discord (must be 13 years and older) and Marco Polo
  • Call a friend or relative you haven’t spoken to in a while to check in. 
  • Check out the City of Englewood Phone Buddies or Virtual Community Sharing Circle program to connect with your community!  
  • Write a letter
  • Support a local restaurant.  Check out Time for Takeout Englewood for takeout or delivery orders. Support your favorite joints and order food for pick up or try out Door Dash or Uber Eats and have it brought to you. Consider buying a gift card to support your local restaurant until they can fully re-open.
  • Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including social media. Hearing about the pandemic repeatedly can be upsetting.
  • Take care of your body. Take deep breaths, stretch, or meditate. Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals, exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep. Make time to unwind.
  • Connect with others. Talk with people you trust about your concerns and how you are feeling.