Welcome to the Town of Wellington Virtual Recreation Webpage! While we are all home and looking for things to do, the Recreation Department has compiled a list of resources to help everyone in the community learn, stay active, and pass time! If you have any further suggestions, please do not hesitate to reach out to our team!
Click the buttons below to explore.
Google Earth: Travel the world, see sights, and explore new places on Google Earth.
Denver Zoo to You: Denver Zoo Virtual Safari has education videos with some of their Zoo Keepers.
NASA STEM: NASA's free STEM resources and plenty of other educational fun.
Google Arts & Culture: Virtual tours of landmarks, museums, and so much more.
Games with your dog: Play fun games with your dog that are good for their brain and fun for the whole family.
Visit the Louvre: Take a virtual tour of one of the worlds most famous art museums.
Side Walk Chalk: Enjoy different sidewalk chalk games and ideas.
Explore Yellowstone: Yellowstone national park has provided some videos tours of their park.
Monterey Bay Aquarium: Monterey Bay Aquarium has live feed of some exhibits. Tune in to watch the sea creatures.
Story Time From Space: Astronauts read popular books from space.
Cosmic Kids Yoga: Tune in to the YouTube channel for children's yoga.
Beach Body For Kids: Star professional trainers have made exercises to keep kiddos active and teach proper techniques.
Pancake Manor: Dance around the house to these fun and educational children's songs.
Sarah Beth Yoga: Lots of free yoga exercises from relaxation to muscle burners.
Nike Training App: Nike app with workout videos and exercises for all types levels.
Fitness Blender: Husband and wife duo with free resources and programs for exercise.
Be Fit: Wide variety of workout types and styles with some of the top names in fitness featured in some workouts.
Silver Sneakers: Great workouts videos geared towards seniors looking to stay fit and active.
EVELO: Electric bike company EVELO has compiled a list of workouts to keep you moving and grooving.
HASfit: A great 30 minute workout geared towards seniors.
Philips Lifeline: Here are 14 exercises for seniors to try every day for balance, mobility, and strength.
52 Card Pick Up Workout: Get the whole family working out with this twist on a classic.
Name Workout: There are lots of ways to make this harder or easier, just remember to have fun.
Choreograph a Dance: Create a dance with the whole family and share it with us on our Facebook Page!
Family Exercise: Read through 10 great ideas to keep active by creating routines and new games from dormant activities.
Zoom: Use zoom to video chat friends and family.
Google Hangouts: Google Hangouts is also a free resource to video chat with people, just log into your Google account.
Text, email, write a letter, or call a loved one.
Window Tic-Tac-Toe: Play tic-tac-toe with your neighbors. All you need is blue tape and some dry-erase markers.