Kalama's Parks and Recreation Committeehas established a Community Education Program as a community service.  Most classes are offered at the Kalama Community Building at 216 Elm Street, Kalama, WA.   Click Here to Pay for Class on Line                    parks and rec flyer- winter 2018 


City of Kalama Parks and Recreation Upcoming Events:

*All classes to be held at the Community Building, 216 Elm Street.
Registration Fees can be paid at City Hall or online at: www.cityofkalama.com

Yoga Class

Tuesday & Thursday: 9-10 am - 6 weeks/12Classes - March 13-April 19 - $50
Wednesday: 5:30-6:30 pm 8 weeks - March 14 to May 2, 2018 - $30

A Beginners Level 1 Vinyasa Yoga for strengthening and lengthening your body. A fun way to find balance while improving your health.

Cost - $50 for all 12 morning classes or a 10 class punchcard. The evening class are 8 classes for $30.   Punchcards will be good for all 3 class times. Attendees will need to bring their own mat.

January 8th – February 18th
Monday 9-10 am

Tuesday & Thursday 6-7 pm

ZIN licensed Instructor Michele Pellock is offering Zumba, high energy, Latin-Inspired Dance Fitness. The class is designed for all levels; from beginner to advanced. No dance experience necessary! Wear comfortable workout clothing and good exercise sneakers. We also recommend you bring water.

Cost - $50 for a 10 class punchcard

For Additional Information:

Michele Pellock (360)440-9858 or mpellock@mindspring.com



SEND YOUR IDEAS FOR CLASSES TO cityclerk@kalama.com


GOT AN IDEA OR TALENT YOU WOULD LIKE TO SHARE WITH OTHERS?  The Committee would like to see more classes offered and is looking for instructors and accepting applications for community interest classes from instructors that would like to help expand the community education programs.  Open to one-day classes – daytime or evening – on-going education.   Please contact Coni McMaster at City Hall – 360-673-4561 or complete the Class Proposal form and submit it to cityclerk@kalama.com or drop it off at City Hall.  

Over the years there have been many exercise classes held such as aerobics and Zumba Gold, as well as classes on quilting, cooking, and line dancing.    The Fish & Wildlife led Gun Safety course has also been sponsored by this program.   Youngsters were able to participate in Nerf Soccer.   In a survey, the community expressed interest in classes on gardening, arts and crafts, photography, self-defense, cooking, and exercise.