The design and installation of a new fitness center housed within the North Shore Beach and Yacht Club has been completed, and the public is invited to come see it during a grand opening next month. Desert Recreation District (DRD) enhanced the Club with a fitness center after talking with the community to hear what the residents would like.
On Tuesday, March 22, 2016, DRD will host a Grand Opening event from noon until 2 p.m. and refreshments will be served. During this time, residents and guests can tour the facility which has cardio and strength-training circuit machines as well as free weights in the fitness center, and ongoing activities such as Zumba classes and after-school programs are held in other parts of the building.
In addition to regular programming, the facility has a full kitchen and outdoor seating as well as a spacious interior that can be rented for private events. The North Shore Beach and Yacht Club is located at 99-155 Sea View Drive, in North Shore.
For more information on Desert Recreation District programs and activities, check out the website at: MyRecreationDistrict.com or pick up a local Activities Guide at DRD Community Centers in Palm Desert, Thousand Palms, Bermuda Dunes, La Quinta, Indio, Indio Hills, Coachella, Mecca and North Shore or at DRD’s Administrative office in Indio.
The Desert Recreation District
The Desert Recreation District (DRD) provides quality recreation experiences to residents throughout the Greater Coachella Valley. DRD manages, maintains and assists in maintaining over 30 parks and recreation facilities; creates and delivers quality programs, services and classes; and, facilitates leisure opportunities through partnerships that encourage residents to engage in healthy lifestyles and wellness activities. DRD host’s events such as the Senior Games and partners with health care organizations such as Kaiser Permanente to fund scholarships for swim lessons and junior lifeguard classes. DRD is funded through tax dollars, special assessments, grants and nominal charges assigned to select classes and events. Over the last year, DRD offered over 2,800 classes and programs and more than 200 special events.