Active Living

Off to the Races!

In Wyoming, we have to enjoy warm, sunny weather while it lasts. If the kids are bored, challenge them to a friendly racing competition with different ways to move.

Toes with blue nail polish poking out of a hot tub.

Wiggle Your Toes!

Celebrate summer activities every August 6th with National Wiggle Your Toes Day!

two hands filling a green water balloon with garden hose

Water Balloons

Get some sunshine while staying cool by running around the yard in a water ballon fight!

bay horse with saddle tied to a tree in a forested area

Horseback Riding

Horseback riding increases core muscle strength and coordination. Getting outside in the fresh air and sunshine will help your mood and wellbeing.

black and white dog on green lawn with red frisbee

Dog Frisbee

Your dog may get a bigger cardio workout than you, but playing games with pets increases endorphin release to help you be happy and

blond girl with arms out uses green hula hoop in park with grass

Hula Hoop Tricks

Hula Hoops work your core muscles and coordination. Our student worker Molly shares her fun, and competitive, hobby!
Learn how to find the right size hoop and practice some easy tricks.

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