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Little Dancers is a class for 3-4 and 5-6 year old children which will help them explore their movement potential as they learn a variety of dance and movement forms with an introduction to ballet. No special clothing or dance shoes required. Classes are usually held on Wednesdays and are in eight-week blocks for a total of three sessions during the school year, September through May, with a recital in June.
Ballet/Jazz class combines basic ballet technique with an introduction to basic Jazz steps. No special clothing or dance shoes required. Classes are usually held on Fridays and are in eight-week blocks for a total of three sessions during the school year, September until May, with a recital in June.
Hip Hop Basics is a fun introduction class to hip hop with clean music and clean moves. No special clothing or dance shoes required. Classes are usually held on Fridays and are in eight-week blocks for a total of three sessions during the school year, September through May, with a recital in June.
- Fall registration starts in August, and classes are September-November.
- Winter registration starts in December, and classes are January-March.
- Spring registration starts in February, and classes are April-May.
This is a five-week class taught by safety-certified instructors from North Davis Gymnastics. Students 3-4 years old and 5-14 years old will learn the basics of gymnastics. Classes are held at North Davis Gymnastics, 1050 West Hill Field Road, Layton.
- Registration is on-going and classes are year-round.
The Utah Hunter Education program helps you learn essential safety skills and develop practical techniques useful for hunting. Completion of a basic hunter education course is required to obtain a hunting license in Utah if you were born after Dec. 31, 1965. All courses offered by the Utah Hunter Education program are nationally recognized. The course includes instruction on firearm safety, hunter responsibility, wildlife management, survival, wildlife I.D. and more. At the end of the course, you will take a final written exam and undergo a shooting evaluation. Parents are invited and encouraged to attend. Purchase a Hunter Education Registration Certificate ($10) before attending this class. You may purchase a certificate at any division office or licensed agent. The instructor must have this certificate to officially enroll you in the class.
Visit the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources website for more information.
- Registration is now being taken for classes in May.
- Register now on our registration website, www.reconline.org
Come learn the sport of fishing and how to be an ethical fisher at Steed Pond. In conjunction with the Division of Wildlife Resources, this six-week program will teach how to catch some fish. We have equipment you can borrow or bring your own and enjoy an afternoon at the pond. More info.