HEALTHY HENDERSON 34 HENDERSONHAPPENINGS | Spring 2021 | March-May
Healthy Henderson is the City of Henderson’s
innovative fitness, health and wellness program
that encourages people to get fit and stay healthy.
It is a rewarding way to achieve your health and
fitness goals through exercise, educational and
recreational classes and workshops, special events,
and wellness activities. Stay up to date on all Healthy
Henderson activities, programs and events by emailing
COHHealthyHenderson@cityofhenderson.com or visiting
cityofhenderson.com (type “Healthy Henderson” in the
If you’re ready to get healthy, stop by any recreation
center or indoor pool and see the front desk for
information about obtaining a membership for fitness
centers, pools, and racquetball courts. Membership
options are listed on this issue’s Memberships page.
A membership is not required to participate in the
rewards program. Program participants receive a
rewards card that enables them to accumulate points
redeemable for a reward. Be sure to get your card
stamped each time you participate in fitness activities,
• Work out in our fitness centers
• Lap swim in our pools
• Hit the racquetball or wallyball court
• Enroll in a fitness, aquatics or health and
• Attend a Healthy Henderson-sponsored
special event or activity
The City of Henderson reserves the right to alter,
amend, vary, change, or discontinue the rewards
program at any time without prior notice.
Our indoor tracks are free to use with a Participant
ID card (see this issue’s Facility, Park & Trail Guide).
Fourteen laps around the Henderson Multigenerational
Center track equals one mile; 12.5 laps at Downtown
Recreation Center is one mile.
All City of Henderson recreation and senior centers
(except Silver Springs) feature a multi-fitness center
with treadmills, stationary bicycles, stair steps, and
resistance weight machines for a total body workout.
They are open during center hours. Participants
under the age of 18 must have a waiver on file signed
by a parent/guardian. Participants ages 13-15 must
be accompanied by a parent/guardian to work out.
Bring a workout towel. You can pay as a daily drop
in (Henderson residents: $5 for adults, $3 for teens,
senior adults, and military) or purchase a membership
(see this issue’s Memberships page). Contact your
nearest recreation center for more information or visit
cityofhenderson.com to take a virtual tour (open the
Happenings drop-down menu, click on Recreation
Centers, then select a center).
Play racquetball or wallyball on one of our courts.
Players ages 7-12 must have a signed waiver and
a parent on the court. Players ages 13-17 must
have a waiver signed by a parent/guardian on
file. All recreation centers (except Henderson
Multigenerational Center) offer racquetball courts.
Check with your favorite center for availability.
100 Miles to Summer Virtual Event
Celebrate 100 miles to summer with us. Crush one
mile each day and hit 100 miles on June 21. You can
go fast or slow, run or walk. We encourage you to get
the whole family outdoors to enjoy our parks and trails.
Track your miles and receive a gaiter mask and 100
Miles to Summer medal.
AGE DATE COST CODE
All 03/15-06/21 $20.00 151412-00