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Virtual Recreation Center

With our program cancellations, facility closures, and the shelter at home order, we want to make sure you still have access to plenty of activities and ideas to engage your family and stay inspired and creative during this time.  Paradise Recreation and Park District (#PRPD) is excited to offer the following options.  Although we may be isolated, you're not alone and part of our community! Connect with us and share ways to stay active and engaged over the coming weeks!


Indoor Activities

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Family game night?  Absolutely!

Arts & Crafts, Museum Tours Online, and More!  A huge thank you to Emma, Liam and Jennifer for sharing a great resource to visit world-famous museums online for free!  This site also offers arts and crafts ideas.  I look forward to sharing this resource with my own kiddos!

Dust off your old board games and play with your family:

Do a dance off with your family via Tiktok, Facebook live feed, etc:

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Listen to an online concert.

Take a virtual fitness class:

Learn How to Play that musical instrument gathering dust:

Watch a free concert online:

Explore nature online via a live webcam:

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Missing your favorite restaurant?  Become your own favorite chef at home

Participate in an Online Camp 

Cook with your family:

Movie Night:

Read an online book:

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Spending time in nature helps reduce anxiety


Outdoor Activities

(While practicing social distancing)

Try your hand at gardening:

Take a Neighborhood Walk:

Take a Day Drive:

Outdoor Art:

Stargaze with Help

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Use this downtime to find your inner artist



colored chalk
Sidewalk Tic-Tac-Toe anyone?






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How many butterflies can you count in your yard?