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Virtual Community Center


Welcome to the City of Takoma Park’s Virtual Community Center. While the community follows state and county orders to stay at home to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), the City has gathered resources to help the community maintain healthy lives; have meaningful, safe social interactions virtually; and keep children educated and entertained at home. Our Virtual Community Center is Takoma Park’s one-stop-shop for FREE recreational and educational resources (in-person and online) as we continue to do our part to slow the progression of COVID-19.

For more information on the City’s measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in our community, and the most up-to-date information on this rapidly evolving situation, visit our Information and Resources – Covid-19 Response page.

This past Fall we were able to offer in-person classes!  We followed the latest CDC guidelines for small group classes while offering classes outside. We are ready to offer more in-person, outdoor classes this spring and summer! Registration was required as space was very limited. Please note there is no restroom access or water fountains – be prepared!

Check out our new in-person classes this spring!
Registration Required.
In-Person Class Guidelines
  1. Maximum of 20 participants, remaining at least 6 feet apart at all times (including during water breaks and explanation of drills, exercises, etc.)
  2. During class, the instructor and students are allowed to take off their masks when they are physically distant from others (6 or more feet). They must put on their mask before and after class or if they have to interact directly with a person closer than 6 feet. 
  3. City of Takoma Park facilities remain closed to the public. Please keep in mind, there are no restroom facilities or water fountains available outdoors. Please be sure to bring your own water. 
  4. No congregating before or after the program in areas such as parking lots, fields, playgrounds etc.
  5. No physical contact (high fives, huddles, etc.) with other participants. 
  6. Participants shall bring the following items with them to programs:
    • Mask
    • Water 
    • Hand Sanitizer
  7. Participants shall also consider bringing the following items with them to programs:
    • Sunscreen
    • Hat & Sunglasses
    • Bug spray
    • Any equipment necessary for the class

In-person classes are beginning again this spring.  Check ActiveNet for an updated list of in-person offerings.


R.A.R.’s have moved to their own page. Click the image above to view more.


Classes below are offered on an interactive virtual platform (unless otherwise noted). At the time of class simply click on the link below. Few teen classes may require advanced registration.

Spirit Club is prerecorded and updated Wednesdays. Simply click and enjoy when you are ready to participate.

  • Rise and Move  – 10:00 a.m. (starts 4/5)
    ADULT FITNESS – Increase your mobility, coordination and get the energy needed to start your day
  • Intro to Hula Dance  – 11:00 a.m. (starts 5/10)
    ADULT FITNESS – Learn about Hula dance history, tradition, expression, ritual and the introductory choreography of steps (No Class 5/31)
  • Teenage Money Management – 4:00 p.m. (starts 1/11)
    TEENS EDUCATION/DEVELOPMENT – learn basic personal finance skills, registration required

  • Spirit Fitness (for all abilities)  new routine every Wednesday, watch anytime 
    ADULT FITNESS – exercise for all including those with limited mobility and/or developmental disabilities, (last updated 6/15)
  • ReVamp Fitness – 10:00 a.m. (starts 4/7)
    ADULT FITNESS – get your heart rate up and your stress level down with this personal trainer (No Class 6/2 and 6/9)
  • Line Dancing – 1:00 p.m. (starts 4/7)
    55+ FITNESS – exercising to the beat
  • Yoga for Healthy Aging – 2:15 p.m. (starts 4/7)
    55+ FITNESS – build strength and flexibility
  • Yoga – 5:30 p.m. (starts 4/7)
    ADULT FITNESS – energize when you feel dull and bring calm on stressful days
  • Writing Life Stories – 7:00 p.m. (4/7)
    ADULT EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT – This is a perfect time to write about your life. Class is open for beginners and experienced writers.
  • Mediation, Mudras & Yoga – 7:00 p.m. (5/5)
    ADULT EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT – Dive into the world of guided meditation along with hand mudras and gestures that promote healing
  • Let’s Move Afro Caribbean Dance – 7:00 p.m. (starts 6/2)
    ADULT FITNESS – move your body to the Caribbean beat

  • Classic Foundational Training & Fitness – 10:00 a.m. (No Class 5/20)
    55+ FITNESS – twice a week exercise for all levels, 
  • Fitness for Life – 11:00 a.m. (starts 4/5)
    ADULT FITNESS – improve your strength, agility and flexibility at your own pace  
  • Digital Marketing – 7:00 p.m. (starts 5/20)
    ADULT EDUCATION & DEVELOPMENT –  learn the key digital marketing skills that will help you monetize your expertise

  • Total Body Blast – 9:00 a.m. (starts 6/5)
    ADULT FITNESS – grab your mat and weights for targeted toning and core strengthening
  • Foundational Fitness II  – 10:30 a.m. (starts 4/3) (No Class 5/22)
    ADULT FITNESS – exercises to enhance tone/strengthen all major muscle groups

The Virtual Community Center will continue throughout the COVID-19 health crisis.  At this time we do not have an anticipated return to work date, therefore registration for 2020-2021 School Year ChildCare has been postponed.

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Classes are FREE during this COVID-19 crisis and are updated frequently.

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