Recreation

Recreation

VIRTUAL CLASSES

It’s important to keep your mind and body healthy during times of uncertainty. Our virtual classes are FREE of charge, easy to connect to, and offer options for beginning and more experienced participants. Current offerings include mindfulness classes like yoga, meditation, and nutrition, and fitness classes such as core conditioning, boot camp, and Zumba®.

If you’re not able to livestream a class, you can find it later on our YouTube library!


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FACILITIES ARE CLOSED

Your health and safety are important to us. In light of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) outbreak, UW Recreation has closed all facilities until further notice. We will let you know as soon as possible when we will re-open, and in the meantime, please check out our selection of virtual classes. These are free and open to all.

Facilities closed include the IMA Building, Waterfront Activities Center and Waterfront docks,

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Recreation Synonyms, Recreation Antonyms | Merriam-Webster Thesaurus

Thesaurus

Synonyms & Antonyms of recreation

(Entry 1 of 2)

1

activity engaged in to amuse oneself

  • decided to take a bike tour of the island for recreation and relaxation

Words Related to recreation

  • devilment,
  • devilry
  • (or deviltry),
  • hanky-panky,
  • hob,
  • impishness,
  • jinks,
  • knavery,
  • mischief,
  • mischievousness,
  • rascality,
  • roguishness,
  • waggery

Near Antonyms for recreation

2

someone or something that provides amusement or enjoyment

  • bowling is great recreation on a rainy afternoon

Words Related to recreation

  • carousing,
  • conviviality,
  • festivity,
  • gaiety
  • (also gayety),
  • hilarity,
  • jollification,
  • jollity,
  • merrymaking,
  • reveling
  • (or revelling),
  • revelry,
  • whoopee

Near Antonyms for recreation

3

the act or activity of providing pleasure or amusement especially for the public

  • water parks have become a significant part of the recreation business

Words Related to recreation

4

an activity outside of one’s regular occupation that is engaged

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Recreation & Park Services Department

  

City of Norwalk Suspends all City-Sponsored Events and Programming through June as a Result of State Guidelines

The City continues to adopt guidelines recommended by Governor Gavin Newsom and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health.  The City’s proactive and aggressive measures are being implemented to help slow the transmission of COVID-19.

As part of ongoing evaluations and in an abundance of caution and adhering to state guidelines, the City has suspended all City-sponsored public events and programming through June, including the Independence Day Pageant. Further, the Norwalk Arts and Sports Complex will remain closed effective March 13 until further notice. 

As information on coronavirus evolves, the City will continue sharing information and expanding preparedness measures to ensure the safety of its residents and employees.

For more information on coronavirus, visit https://www.norwalk.org/city-hall/departments/public-safety/norwalk-emergency-management-office/preparing-for-emergencies or http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/.

 

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Bill Kearns - Recreation
Bill Kearns
Director, Recreation and Park Services

Description of Activities

The Recreation and Park Services

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Recreation Jobs, Employment in California

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  • Position requires event planning experience; experience with recreation, hospitality, marketing, communication or related fiels with a minimum of 1-2 years’…

Huntington Beach, CA 92648



$13.00 – $13.50 an hour

  • We have openings for Recreation Staff who, under the supervision of the Unit and Program Directors, will have the responsibility of creating, maintaining, and…


Adventist Health

Marysville, CA

  • Basic Life Support (BLS) or Cardiac Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification: Required.
  • Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certification: Preferred.



$20 – $24 an hour

  • Experience with organizing and programming social events and large parties is essential.
  • You must have excellent written and verbal communication skills, office…
  • Retrieves, stocks restocks, and stores the recreation or childcare supplies according to the prescribed department, safety, and security procedures and…


City of Downey, CA

Downey, CA



$134,938 – $164,625 a year

ABOUT THE POSITION View the official job flyer for Director of Parks

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definition of recreation by The Free Dictionary

“I never could look on it in the light of a recreation to have my ears teased with measured noises,” said Mr.
It was poetry that inculcated laws and maxims; it was by the harmony of its lines that traditions were handed down at a time when memory had to supply the place of writing; and it was the first language of wisdom and of inspiration.” It has been above all the recreation of statesmen and great officials, a means of escape from the weariness of public life and the burden of ruling.
Man shall be trained for war, and woman for the recreation of the warrior: all else is folly.
In this time of weakness and depression he would have made it his medicine and support, his comforter, his recreation, and his friend, and thereby sunk deeper and deeper, and bound himself down for ever in the bathos
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Recreation – Wikipedia

Activity of leisure

Surfing, a form of recreation

Recreation is an activity of leisure, leisure being discretionary time.[1] The “need to do something for recreation” is an essential element of human biology and psychology.[2] Recreational activities are often done for enjoyment, amusement, or pleasure and are considered to be “fun”.

Etymology[edit]

The term recreation appears to have been used in English first in the late 14th century, first in the sense of “refreshment or curing of a sick person”,[3] and derived turn from Latin (re: “again”, creare: “to create, bring forth, beget”).

Prerequisites to leisure[edit]

Humans spend their time in activities of daily living, work, sleep, social duties, and leisure, the latter time being free from prior commitments to physiologic or social needs,[4] a prerequisite of recreation. Leisure has increased with increased longevity and, for many, with

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