Liberty Parks & Rec and its community partners are dedicated to providing programs that offer participants opportunities to keep your mind sharp and your body active. We offer several programs throughout the year designed for youth and adults providing opportunities for creativity and social engagement. Come explore the range of opportunities offered by Liberty Parks & Rec.
To learn more and register, please select the program you are interested in and you will be directed to the registration page for more details.
Dog Obedience: Instructed by Rosemarie von Fintel, these classes are based on the Canine Good Citizen Program from the American Kennel Club. Rosemarie has more than 20 years of dog obedience experience and provides proven techniques that will benefit both you and your dog. There are beginner and advanced classes where you will work on skills needed in everyday life, house breaking, grooming, problem solving and more.
Chronic Disease Self-Management (CDSME): This 6 week evidence based workshop will provide information and teach practical skills for managing the challenges adults have living with chronic pain. CPSMP is for people who have a primary or secondary diagnosis of chronic pain. Pain is defined as being chronic or long term when it lasts for longer than 3 to 6 months or beyond the normal healing time of an injury. People with all types of non-cancer chronic pain conditions, arthritis or diabetes are welcome.
Day Trips: Experience the Kansas City Metro with other members of the Liberty Community through Day Trips with Liberty Parks & Rec. Transportation via the Liberty Access Bus from the Liberty Community Center to various restaurants, attractions, museums, businesses and more is provided so you're able to sit back and enjoy the ride.
Techy Teens and Savvy Seniors: Do you need a little (or a lot) of help with your handheld electronics? Techy Teens at Liberty North High School are eager to help Liberty's Savvy Seniors master their devices!
A Matter of Balance: Many older adults experience a fear of falling. People who develop this fear often limit their activities, which can result in physical weakness, making the risk of falling even greater. Matter of Balance (MOB) s a program designed to reduce the fear of falling and increase activity levels among older adults ages 50 and better.