Tuesday/Thursday 6:30am at South Boulder Recreation Center
- Monday/Wednesday 7:00am at East Boulder Community Center
- 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturdays at the East Boulder Community Center. Begins April 22. No badminton April 29 (due to center closure for After Prom). Resumes on May 6.
Your recreation center annual pass, punch card or daily entry fee allow you to enter any drop-in class, and gives you full access to the facility's pools, ball courts, weight room, cardio fitness equipment – and more!
Drop-in fitness and mind/body classes
Want to get fit while enjoying the flexibility and variety of daily, drop-in programs? Let us meet your fitness mood, schedule and budget with our conveniently located and scheduled drop-in classes.
No advance registration is necessary. Your entry fee, punch card, or annual pass grant you to access to over 100 fitness and mind/body classes each week. You can find our fitness and mind/body drop-in classes in the tan sidebar. These are updated monthly.
Indoor Cycling Classes --To participate in an indoor cycling class, obtain a cycling pass at the EBCC front desk to reserve your bike, Passes are available 30 minutes before class start time and the doors will be opened by the instructor prior to class start time. Class is limited to the number of bikes available, only one pass per participant.
All drop-in classes are limited to space and equipment available to ensure the safety of all participants, classes fill on a first come first serve basis. Entry will not be allowed after a class has reached capacity.
Visiting a pre-registration course
All of our pre-registration courses can be found in our Parks and Recreation Guide, which is updated seasonally. These courses typically are between 4 and 12 weeks long, occurring1-3 times a week. You may choose to register for the entire series of classes, or you may choose to drop-in to select registered courses. If you want to register for the entire course, you can do so using our online registration system.
If you'd prefer to drop-in to a pre-registered course, simply find a class that interests you in the recreation guide, and contact the program coordinator before purchasing a pass at the front desk to ensure there is space available and that the class level is appropriate. Then you will pay the admission fee (see below), and give your receipt to the instructor. You may also choose to buy 5 classes at a time using a registered course punch card. Keep in mind that registered courses are progressive.
Registered course visitor fee: $17
Registered course visitor punch card: $70 for five classes. Valid for six months from the date of purchase.
Note: Salberg and Iris Center visitor fees may be paid at any recreation center and the receipt presented to the instructor before admission to class.
Looking for a little friendly competition? Try a drop-in sport activity hosted at all three Boulder recreation centers - all abilities welcome! Choose from basketball, volleyball, Pickleball and badminton. Find drop-in times on the open-gym schedules in the tan box and show up.
Also, checkout the latest Parks and Recreation Guide to choose from hundreds of pre-registered classes and sports leagues.