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Get Prairie Fit Before the Holidays

The holiday season isn’t a sprint, it’s a marathon.

The rush of family gatherings, crowded stores, winter travel, and the seemingly endless buffet of Christmas cookies can test your endurance.

Plainfield Park District has a special offer to help you get ready for the challenge before the holiday bustle begins.

From Nov. 20 through Dec. 20, you can purchase a $20 pass that’s good for unlimited Group X Fitness classes at the Prairie Activity & Recreation (PARC.)

Looking to kick your workout up a notch?

You can also purchase personal training sessions for just $20 each between Nov. 20-Dec. 20.

This offer is available to current PARC fitness members, non-members, residents of the Plainfield Park District, and non-residents too.

To purchase, just stop in to the Prairie Activity & Rec. Ctr. front desk, 24550 W. Renwick Rd. starting on Nov. 13.

More information about PARC fitness memberships can be found here.

$20 Group X Special

  • Unlimited Group X Pass
  • Nov. 20-Dec. 20, 2019
  • Available to members, non-members, residents, and non-residents
  • Pass expires on Dec. 20, 2019
  • Group X schedule available on-line plfdparks.org or front desk of PARC
  • Special pass does not include premium classes
  • Pass is non-transferrable/non-refundable

$20 Personal Training Session Special

  • Personal training sessions are for 60-minute durations
  • Offer is valid from Nov. 20-Dec. 20, 2019
  • Available to members, non-members, residents, and non-residents
  • Sessions expire on Dec. 20, 2019
  • More than one $20 personal training session can be purchased but must be used by Dec. 20, 2019
  • Times and dates will vary depending on personal trainer availability
  • Purchased sessions are non-transferrable/non-refundable
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