Langley City offers free passes for seniors

Chair yoga, Zumba and spin classes – there’s lots to try.

Langley City’s focus for Seniors Week is physical activity.

It’s offering various free sessions to allow seniors to try out various recreational and sports activities.

There’s various events each day of seniors week including an indoor cycling workshop at 11 a.m. on June 3, stretching, badminton, Zumba, library bingo, yoga, and much more. Complete schedules are available online or through local recreation centres.

Register for your free Active Legacy Pass now for access to all of the free and low-cost programs and events throughout Langley. Active Legacy passes are available at Timms Community Centre, Douglas Recreation Centre and Al Anderson Memorial Pool.

The Langley Lawn Bowling Club is offering free sessions for people to learn about the sport.

Learn to bowl sessions are at 1:30 p.m. on June 2 and 7. Sign up through municipal recreation centres.

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