Start 2018 off right with relaxing stretches, controlled breathing techniques, and more with our Adult Yoga Classes beginning on Tuesday January 9th.
Classes will meet on Tuesday evenings at 6 pm and Thursday mornings at 10 am in the Village Park Program Room, located at 700 West C. Street.
Cost of the class is $3/person, paid at the time of the class.
No advance registration is necessary.
Yoga mats are available on a first come, first serve basis. Participants can bring their own mats as well if they would like.
| Self Defense
| Wednesday Nights
|| Monday Nights
Self defense and cheerleading classes are held at G.W. Carver Elementary School
(formerly Kannapolis Intermediate School), 525 East C. Street Kannapolis.
Class times vary based on skill level/experience.
$10 registration fee
$8 per week - paid weekly (no contracts)
Please call : 980-237-4738 for more information or to register.
More information can also be found online HERE.
ADULT DAY TRIPS
The Parks and Recreation Department occasionally offers trip opportunities for adults. Trips are for adults 18 and older unless otherwise noted. Trips sometimes have potential to last longer and/or end earlier than expected. Many trips may have a lot of walking so please wear comfortable shoes. To be added to our mailing list, please call Jill Foster at 704-920-4343, or email@example.com.
Moog Music Factory & French Broad Chocolates
Thursday January 25th
Moog Music Factory handcrafts a variety of unique musical instruments in house daily. On our tour of the factory we will learn the history of these instruments as well as information about the Founder of Moog Music, Bob Moog. After touring the music factory, we will stop in Downtown Asheville for lunch at the Twisted Laurel. For an after lunch treat we will venture to the French Broad Chocolate Factory. At the chocolate factory, we will see the entire process from cacao harvest and fermentation to chocolate bar. The tour will end on a sweet note with backstage access to the facility and a tasting!
$20/person - Kannapolis Resident $25/person - Non resident
Registration and fees due: January 19th
Leave Village Park @ 7:45 am, return approximately 6pm
Narroway Productions Wild West Barbecue Mystery Dinner Theatre
Monday February 12th
Set in Stankin’ Horse County, Texas at the Stankin’ Horse County Fair and the annual Pick-of-the-Pig Prize Pig Judgin' Contest we will settle in for a heapin' helpin' of low country barbecue and a hog-wallerin' good time at Narroway’s newest mystery dinner theatre!
We will enjoy a delicious lunch at the show and then be transported to the low country of Texas to try and solve the mystery at the county fair.
$40/person - Kannapolis Resident $45/person - Non resident (Lunch is included in cost)
Registration and fees due: January 26th
Leave Village Park @ 11 am, return approximately 4:30pm
Linbrook Heritage Estate
Monday February 26th
We will begin our trip at the Pioneer Family Restaurant for a delicious lunch that is locally known as the best in the area!
After lunch, we will visit Linbrook Heritage Estate which boasts a 60 room elegant home, Linbrook Hall, known for it’s architectural details found in many 18th century homes. We will take a guided tour of the home and learn about the history of the estate. After touring Linbrook Hall we will tour the original homestead on the property, the Historic Hoover House. At this home, we will see original furniture and learn about the daily lives of the Hoovers, the original occupants. We will end our tour with a self guided tour at the Neal Agricultural and Industrial Museum on the property that features rare tractors, industrial equipment, and more.
$35/person - Kannapolis Resident $40/person - Non resident
Registration and fees due: February 20th
Leave Village Park @ 10 am, return approximately 4:30 pm
Mint Hill Historic Village & Reed Gold Mine
Thursday March 15th
The Carl J McEwen Historic Village boasts 4 museums, the doctor’s building, a country store, schoolhouse and gold assayer’s house all set in a village with a blacksmith shop, wood wright shop, corn mill, buggy house and more! We will take a guided tour of the village, buildings, and outbuildings and be transported back to a time over 100 years ago! We will then have lunch at a local favorite before heading to Midland to the Reed Gold Mind. The Reed Gold Mine is the site of the first documented gold find in the United States! At the Reed Gold Mine, we will take a tour of the underground mine tunnels, see the visitor's center and learn the unique history of the site.
*This trip will involve an optional underground tour. The terrain is mostly flat, but comfortable shoes are recommended.*
$15/person - Kannapolis Resident $20/person - Non resident
Registration and fees due: March 8th
Leave Village Park @ 8:45am, return approximately 5:30pm
Cape Fear Botanical Gardens
Before visiting the main attraction, we will stop for lunch in Fayetteville.
Spring is a beautiful time in nature, and March is peak season for thousands of different beautiful blooms. These spacious gardens are nestled between the Cape Fear River and Cross Creek. The garden flourishes with specialty gardens and ornamental plants. They boast camellia, daylily, butterfly gardens, and more. We will embark on a professionally guided tour through the gardens with a one of a kind experience to enjoy the delightful scenery and beauty of nature.
$25/person - Kannapolis Resident $30/person - Non resident
Registration and fees due by: March 19th
Leave Village Park @ 9 am, return approximately 6:30 pm.
Other local resources for youth sports and recreational programs include:
Odell Rec Sports