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Sports & Recreation

Yoga classes to be offered in East Litchfield
Barbara Putnam will lead a six-week series of gentle, contemplative yoga classes at the East Litchfield Chapel, 62 East Litchfield Road South, on Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. from Sept. 18 to Oct. 23, 2019.  Barbara encourages each student to learn and practice at their own level, to build strength, flexibility, and self-awareness. Dress in order to move comfortably. Mats, straps, block, eye pillows, and blankets are available to use during class.

The class will proceed when we have a minimum class size of 3 students. Please register with Barbara at 860 567-4465 or Goto for more information.

PiYo Live is new recreation program
A new program has arrived at Litchfield Parks and Recreation. It’s called PiYo LIVE.
PiYo LIVE is designed to build strength, improve flexibility, and tone muscles—all in the same class! Using only your body weight, you’ll perform a series of high-intensity moves (all without putting unnecessary stress on your body) while working every muscle for a long, lean, and incredibly defined physique.
PiYo LIVE gives you the physical and mental benefits of yoga while sculpting and toning every muscle in your body. With a focus on flexibility, mobility, and core strength, it’s the perfect class for every age and fitness level.
Classes are held at the Bantam gym, 80 Doyle Road in Bantam, on Tuesdays at 5:30 p.m. and last 45 minutes. The cost is $5, but your first class is free. Bring water and a mat.
Storage available at Sandy Beach
Sandy Beach in Morris is offering seasonal storage of canoes, kayaks and paddleboards. Boat storage provides ease of use, quick access to the water, secure facility and restroom facilities. 
Storage slips are first come, first served basis and are available to season passholders. Boat owners must provide their own lock.
Sandy Beach is open seasonally. For more information about costs and to reserve your slip, email: