, Derry, New Hampshire


January 2, 2014

Winter programs start soon

Recreation department offers winter programs


The program occurs on Fridays from 8:30 to 10:30 p.m. at Veterans Hall Gymnasium at 31 West Broadway in Derry. If you are looking for a fun and easy way to get in shape, then this is the program for you.

No preregistration is required. For more information, call 432-6136.


ZENgevity is an innovative, whole body, whole person movement program for seniors. Movement of the body is key to health, both physical and emotional. We all know how exercise helps our physical body to increase strength, flexibility, balance and achieve good health.

What most people do not know is that emotions reside in the body, even in the cells. Through movement the body releases blocked and stagnant emotions that can contribute to disease. ZENgevity is a safe and gentle movement program designed specifically for ages 50 and better to stay active and enjoy life.

More than an exercise program, ZENgevity Fitness is a blend of holistic health, movement, and life coaching in one supportive, fun package! Imagine a quality life that includes independence, good health, and allows you to do all you want to do, pain free.

Beginning in January, ZENgevity coach Debbie Roy will offer three free introductory classes. Monday, Jan. 6, and Monday, Jan. 13, introductory classes will be held at Marion Gerrish Community Center at 39 West Broadway. The class Monday, Jan. 27, will be held at the Veterans Hall Gymnasium at 31 West Broadway. For more information, call 432-6136. No preregistration is required, but be sure to show up early to get a spot.

Winter activities at Alexander-Carr Park

Alexander-Carr Park and Lodge are now open for winter activities weather and snow permitting. Alexander-Carr Park is home to a wide variety of winter activities.

The park offers sledding on multiple slopes, a heated lodge with concession stand to warm up from the cold, plenty of parking, and a variety of activities and events that are sure to get the whole family involved.

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