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Schedules & Rules: BASEBALLBAT
Quick Links: Softball Baseball  | T-ball  
RAINOUT NOTIFICATION: plan on a game unless notified by a coach regardless of the forecast.  Rainouts determined at or before 4 pm the day of the game and are based on actual field conditions.  Rainout notification will be a text or phone call from the coach.   
 

Softball

 Quick Links: Players Clinic (TBD) Coaches Clinic (TBD) 
 14 y.o. and under Fastpitch Softball  

Game Schedule

Tournament Schedule (TBD)

*14U Game Schedule (subject to change):

Game Nights: W,Th

Season: May 22nd - June 19th

Practice: Days, times, and location determined by the Coach

Game Bylaws(Rules)

12 y.o. and under Fastpitch Softball  

Game Schedule

Tournament Schedule (TBD)

*12 U Game Schedule (subject to change):

Game Nights: M,W

Season: May 29th - June 24th

Practice: Days, times, and location determined by the Coach

Game Bylaws(Rules)

10 y.o. and under Fastpitch Softball

Game Schedule

Match Up Under the Lights! (TBD)

10 U Game Schedule (subject to change):

Game Nights: T,Th

Season: May 28th - June 27th

Practice: Days, times, and location determined by the Coach

Game Bylaws(Rules)

Ponytail (Coach Pitch)  League (Girls Softball 8 y.o. and under):

8U Game Schedule (subject to change):

Game Nights: M,W

Season: May 29th - June 24th

Practice: Days, times, and location determined by the Coach

Game Bylaws(Rules)

 

Baseball

 

 Pony League (Boys Baseball 14 y.o. and under):

Game Schedule

Tournament Schedule  (TBD)

*Pony Game Schedule (subject to change):

Game Nights: M,W

Season: May 14th - June 13th

Practice: Days, times, and location determined by the Coach

Game Bylaws(Rules)

 Major League (Boys Baseball 12 y.o. and under):

Game Schedule

Tournament Schedule Upper Division (TBD)

Tournament Schedule Lower Division (TBD)

Majors Game Schedule (subject to change):

Game Nights: T, Th

Season: May 21st- June 18th

Post Season Tournament (End June/Beginning July avoiding 4th of July)

Practice: Days, times, and location determined by the Coach

Game Bylaws(Rules)

 Minor League (Boys Baseball 10 y.o. and under):

Game Schedule

Tournament Schedule (TBD)

Minors Game Schedule (subject to change):

Game Nights: M,W

Season: May 20th - June 19th

Post Season Tournament (June 24th, 26th, & July 1st)

Practice: Days, times, and location determined by the Coach

Game Bylaws(Rules)

Rookie League (Boys Baseball 8 y.o. and under):

Game Schedule

Tournament Schedule June 24th & 26th (Nibley Teams Only)

Rookie Game Schedule (subject to change):

Game Nights: M,W

Season: May 22nd - June 19th

End of Season Tournament Nibley Teams Only:June 24th & 26th

Practice: Days, times, and location determined by the Coach

Game Bylaws(Rules)

 

T-Ball

  

T-Ball League Coed 5-6 y.o. :
Field Location & Layout (@ Heritage Elem. or Nibley Elem.)
T-Ball *Game Schedule (subject to change): 
Game Nights: T,Th 
Game/Practice Location: Heritage Elementary or Nibley Elementary
Season: May 30th - End of June  
*Practice happens before every scheduled game
Coaches meeting on May 14th.  Coaches will contact players shortly after to introduce themselves.

 


 

 

Please support these major sponsors of Nibley Recreation and Nibley Fit Programs (Logos linked to websites)

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Focus Week: 

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QUICK LINKS: How To  Ideas | Stories |  In Schools |  FAQ's

 

How To

 Easy as 1-2-3  

  1. Print off the Family Kindness Scavenger Hunt: 19' Pay it Forward Scavenger Hunt 
  2. Complete The Check List - view the ideas tab for help
  3. Turn in your completed list to Nibley City Hall by May 1st for a treat from Great Harvest Bread! *One list per family please

Great Harvest Bread

BONUS: Join the pay it forward week event on FACEBOOK to enter those giveaways!

IDEAS

If you are getting impatient waiting for a random opportunity to brighten a day here are some ideas to inspire you:

Make it anonymous and leave a pay it forward page or card.  OR when they say "thank you" just say: "don't thank me just pay it forward." OR when they say that was nice how can I re-pay you? just say: "Pay it forward"

Inspirational PAY IT FORWAD Video Links

20TH Birthday in Britain

Mowing it Forward

Serenade Surprize

Grocery Survey

Random Flowers

 

Ideas for Parents and families:

  • Bake bread and doorbell ditch it
  • Take someone dinner
  • Help someone at the grocery store
  • Give someone flowers and thank you’s
  • Call a neighbor just to talk and see how they are doing
  • Pay for someone’s meal (at a restaurant) Hand the cashier a Pay it Forward card to give to them.
  • Buy someone groceries
  • Shovel sidewalks (especially near bus stops so kids won’t freeze)
  • Give someone a ride to/from school
  • Offer to drive carpool
  • Give someone a heart attack. (Do it with the snowmen from “Frozen Fever” to change things up a bit)
  • Call someone to say I LOVE YOU!
  • Write thank you letters to important people in your life
  • Create a collage of smiling faces as a hello. (This could be done with a class or youth group. Take a picture of everyone smiling and have them all sign their picture with a special note. Put all these pictures on a poster or in a book and give them to your teacher. Could be done in a family as well.)
  • Visit a nursing home
  • Spread the cheer to another community and encourage them to “Pay it Forward!”

Ideas for older kids and teenagers:

  • Shovel driveways
  • Babysit for free
  • Do any kind of yard work for a neighbor
  • Deliver a date night package (movie tickets/dinner gift cards/games & redbox/etc.) with yourself as the babysitter
  • Walk or wash someone’s dogs
  • Call someone to tell them how much they mean to you, or to give a simple thank you
  • Go play a game or chat with someone who might be lonely
  • Take out the garbage for someone
  • Help calm/entertain children in public places (grocery store, church, city park)
  • Walk home with someone after school or from the bus stop
  • Give someone a ride to/from school
  • Leave a nice note on someone’s car, door, etc. Don’t forget to include a “pay it forward” card
  • Mail someone a nice letter
  • Write a thank you to a teacher in your life
  • Tutor a neighbor or sibling in a subject they struggle in
  • Go caroling with your friends
  • Door bell ditch some treats
  • Offer to teach someone a skill

 Ideas for younger Kids: 

  • Color someone a picture and deliver or mail it to them
  • Write someone a letter or note
  • Share toys with your friends
  • Help your parents make someone a treat
  • Give someone a hug
  • Go visit someone you think needs it
  • Say thank you to your teacher
  • Be nice to your siblings and friends
  • Help your mom in the kitchen
  • Help your siblings with their homework
  • Play with someone who looks lonely
  • Loan a toy or give one away 

Websites with even MORE Ideas:

Stories

Stories  <<Click Here

Send your Random Acts of Kindness stories & photos to: nibleypayitforward@gmail.com

In Schools

The following schools will have a Pay it Forward Focus week with random acts of kindness occuring every day!:

Heritage Elementary
Heritage Elementary
 
 
  
 
 
Nibley Elementary
Nibley Elementary
 
 
  
 
 
Ridgeline High 
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FAQ's

FAQ's

How often can I play this? You can play the PAY IT FORWARD game as many times as you want! WARNING this may form an addictive habit of kindness and you will be surprised at what this game will do for you. *ONE LIST PER FAMILY: for Great Harvest Bread Prize 

Is this only happening in Nibley? We would love for all our wonderful Nibley citizens to share their kindness and or be the recipient of an act of service, however, please don't limit this to city limits. Share the joy with family, freinds, or random people no matter where they live! *Completed scavenger hunt prizes may be limited to Nibley Residents based on availability.

I really want to do this but I feel awkward reaching out to strangers where do I start? Start with a random act of kindness for a family member, do something anonymous for a neighbor or freind. The more you PAY IT FORWARD the easier it gets.

So someone did something really nice for me and I have this PAY IT FORWARD page/card. Do I have to put something in my front window or front door? You are not required by law to post the PAY IT FORWARD sign it just helps others to identify where they can share the joy.

I don't live in Nibley can I play PAY IT FORWARD? absolutley join the fun and share the joy.

How long do I have to PAY IT FORWARD? the focus week ends April 26th completed scavenger hunt lists will be accepted @ city hall until  May 1st.  However, feel free to continue the PAY IT FORWARD campaign as long as you want.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flyer 8.5x11 Spikeball 19  New Date - How to Register 

Tournament Details for This Friday May 3rd! 

Schedule:
5:30-6:30 pm  Tournament Check In
must check in before 6:30 pm to participate, no refunds, no exceptions 
7:00 pm Tournament Meeting
play begins immediately after
Location:
Anhder Park
294 W 3200 S
Nibley, UT 84321

Join us on the ball field at Anhder Park to compete under the field lights! Music, and freindly competition will make this a fun night for spectators and competitors alike! Buy a cool event t-shirt with your registration (optional upgrade), kick back in a hammock between games, and forge some new friendships with fellow Spikeballers while playing friendly non-tournament games.

Guaranteed lots of play time!

The tournament includes round robin play that leads into a seeded single elimination tournament bracket.  Once in the bracket you just have to keep winning to continue playing for prizes.  Unofficial friendly non-tournament games will certainly be available in the warm up area and are up to you.   

Registration:  
Day of Registration $20
(Includes everything except the T-shirt, ie. swag bag, games, & prize eligibility)
Opens @ 5:30pm Friday May 3rd 
Very Limited spots available (first come first serve) 
Additional wait list spots will be available to fill tournament spotsif there are no shows
Pre-Registration Closed
 
$15/Person w/Cool Event T-shirt
Only $7.50/person no T-shirt
(2 player teams )
 
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Must be 14 or older to register
 
 
 
Prizes 
A Spikeball set and other fabulous prizes are available from several event supporters including Nibley outdoor retailer Campsaver, and Malouf.
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Rules
If you haven't played spikeball you will discover that the rules are simple and it is really easy to learn.  
Link to the official Spikeball rules: https://spikeball.com/pages/official-rules
Video for those that like to watch and learn:

 

This community talent show is open to residents 12 y.o. and up living in: Nibley, Providence, River Heights, Millville, Hyrum, Paradise/Avon, Wellsville, Mendon, College Ward, and Young Ward. 
(Ridgeline & Mountain Crest High School Boundaries) Youth and Adult Divisions
2019 South Towns Talent Show Contestants:
 

South Towns Talent Show - Finalists

(in alphabetical order)

Bryant, Jessica

Dayley, Sadie

Hugie, Lia

Lofley, Amanda

Lyon, Ricky

Malm, Olivia

Matthews, Cydnee

Matthews, Madilyn

Merkley, Olivia

Obray, Whitney

Richards, Sharolyn

Sweeten, Rebecca


EVERYONE THAT AUDITIONED, in person or by video, is invited to be a part of the combined talent number on stage at the talent show.  Watch your e-mail for more information regarding practice for the combined talent number. 

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Online Registration (Required for Audition) 
(Audition Registration Closed)
 
 
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signature page  must also be completed with signatures from each participant and presented at the audition check in.  All contestants that audition will be invited to participate in an on stage group number at the talent show.  All contestants will receive swag at the audition and refreshments at the dress rehersal and show.
 
Video auditions must be e-mailed to: NibleyRec@NibleyCity.com
 

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The Audition Entry Fee for all Acts is:

$10 plus $5 for each additional participant (accompanist if applicable registers as participant).

For Example:

$10 = Solo act

$15 = Solo act with accompanist or duet,

$20 = Group of three  

Act limit is 15 participants

$25 = Maximum total cost per act (4-15 participants)

All those who audition will be invited to participate in a special group number at the talent show on June 1st.

Contestants advancing to the Talent show will be eligible for up to 2 hours total of FREE professional coaching to hone their performance prior to the Talent Show

Prize $, and other fabulous prizes will be awarded to top talent show contestants (see Prizes Awards Tab) 

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Talent Show Prizes and Awards* 

Adult Division:
$100 = First Place Act
$50 = Second PlacAct  
$25 = Third Place Act
 
Youth Division:
$100 = First Place Act
$50 = Second Place Act 
$25 = Third Place Act
 
 $25 = Audience Choice may be from Adult or Youth Division (1 act only)
(may be combined with 1st, 2nd, or 3rd place prize $ if applicable) 
 
Contestants must advance from the audition to the Talent Show on June 1st to be eligible for prize $.  We suggest that the prize $ awarded be used to fund educational pursuits, and or to purchase talent related products or services for the members of the winning acts. 
*See talent show "Judges" Tab to learn more about the Judges for the show
 

Rules/Info

OFFICIAL RULES   -Printer FreindlyVersion-
1. Talents may include (but are not limited to) singing, dancing, instrumental music, skits, magic, comedy, martial arts, juggling.  NO LIP-SYNCHING.
2. The South Towns Talent show is open to participants 12 y.o. and up as of  April 26th 2019
3. At least 50% of the participants in each act must live within the boundaries of participating cities: Nibley, Providence, River Heights, Millville, Hyrum, Paradise, Wellsville, Mendon, College Ward, Young Ward.
4. Maximum length of acts is 3 ½ min.  Beginning with first sound or movement.
5. Maximum number of participants in an act is 15.
6. In all cases, decisions of judges are final and will not be open to discussion.
7. All recorded music must be on a CD (compact disc) that is clearly labeled with the performer's name and music title OR on an AUX capable device in its own playlist. Include only the music for the act with NO LONG SILENT LEADS.
8. Bands will need to provide their own equipment for auditions and shows.
9. Absolutely no profanity or insensitive subject matter will be permitted.
10. Costumes must be appropriate for all age groups. This is a “family” event.
11. Limit of 12 performance slots are available for the talent show.
12. Acts are responsible for their own props and costumes.
13. Acts with any members under 18 must have written consent from a parent or guardian.
14. If your act is not ready when called, you will be immediately disqualified.
15. Changing/Bathroom facilities are limited to what is available on site for both the audition and talent show. 
16. The talent show act must be performed on stage.
17. DEADLINE FOR SIGNUP IS Friday, April 12th, 2019 @ 5 pm 
 
The decisions of the judges are final and represent their personal opinions, and are not necessarily representative of the judgements and opinions of the event organizers.Participation in this event indicates approval to use any photo or video image taken during the event for promotional purposes.  Event organizers are not responsible for lost, stolen or broken items. Lost and found items will not be mailed.
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This community talent show is open to residents of Nibley, Providence, River Heights, Millville, Hyrum, Paradise, Wellsville, Mendon, College Ward, and Young Ward. Contestants are judged on: Overall Performance, Audience Response, Showmanship, Style, Execution, and Originality.

Competition Categories:  

Vocal, Instrumental, Dance, Dramatic/Comedic Interpretation, and other approved performances

Time Limits:              3 minutes and 30 seconds maximum for each number. 

                                    A deduction of 5 points will be taken for each 15 seconds over time limit.

Adjudication:

                                   Judges' scores are based on: 

      • Originality                              (15 points)
      • Style & Execution                 (25 points)
      • Showmanship                       (30 Points)                            
      • Audience Response            (10 points)
      • Overall Performance          (20 points)
  • An Audience Choice award will be selected by audience ballot. Family and friends are encouraged to attend the Talent Show to 'cheer' for participants.

Everyone who auditions will be invited to participate in a special group number at the Talent Show on June 1st. All contestants that audition may have an opportunity to perform at other city celebrations whether they advanced to the talent show or not. Those selected for the talent show will have the opportunity to receive personal coaching sessions and will be expected to attend associated concert rehearsals. *Performance opportunities will be left to each city's discretion.

Entry Fees, Forms, and Deadlines: 
Fees: 
  • All acts $10 plus $5 for each additional participant (accompanist if applicable registers as participant).
    1. Ex: Solo act: $10
    2. Solo act with accompanist or duet: $15
    3. Group of three $20 
    4. Maximum total cost per act will not exceed $25.00 (5-15 participants)
Hard Copy Forms: 
  • Entry forms must be completed in full (front and back/pg. 1 & 2) and require full payment on or before the deadline
  • Make sure to complete the signature sheet. Every member of the act needs to provide their signature.  Those under 18 will also have to include a parent/guardian signature. 
  • One entry form per act please.
  • Mail/deliver entries to:Nibley City Hall: 455 West 3200 South Nibley, Utah
  • Returned checks will be charged a $25 fee.

Online Registration: 

  • Must be completed on or before the deadline a signature page must also be completed with signatures from each participant and presented at the audition check in.  

Deadlines:

Completed entry forms must be received on or before April 12th 2019
 Confirmations/Schedules:
The audition schedule will be e-mailed prior to the audition and talent show competition. Please review them carefully as changes/additions on the day(s) of the audition and talent show will be discouraged or impossible. 
Audition Schedules:
Acts/participants will be scheduled for a specific audition time.  Please arrive 10 min before your scheduled audition time to check in.     
Talent Show Schedule:
All talent show acts should be prepared to perform earlier than scheduled as may be requested by the backstage manager. Please report backstage a minimum of 45 min prior to the start of the show for any additional information as may be necessary on the day of competition.
Music and Sound Equipment:
  • All recorded music must be on a CD (compact disc) or AUX capable device that is clearly labeled with the performer's name and music title. Include only the music for the act on the CD or playlist with NO LONG SILENT LEADS. (Maximum length of acts is 3 ½ min).  Talent show contestants must have in their possession an easily accessible backup CD/decide prior to and during the auditions/show.
  • Two handheld microphones with stands will be made available for talent show performers.  Headset microphones are not available and use of personal sound equipment of any kind is prohibited unless otherwise approved. Capability to plug in an amp or keyboard will be available.
  • Music should be turned in to the registration table for both the audition and talent show where it will be labeled. Music should be retrieved from the sound table immediately following the audition/performance. Event organizers are not responsible for lost, stolen, or unclaimed music. Unclaimed music will not be mailed.
Props:
  • Only those props that can be carried on by the performer or performer's assistant and that do not require extensive set-up are allowed.
  • Mats will be allowed if necessary but not provided. No fire, smoke, knives, throwing of glitter, etc. will be allowed.
  • No live animals
Very Important:
  • All routines, music, choreography and costumes must be suitable for family viewing. Event organizers reserve the right to deduct points, disallow or disqualify any act for any reason, including but not limited to acts or actions considered distasteful or vulgar.
  • As a rule, special performance time requests are not accepted. Teachers/or parents are not permitted to coach students during performance.
  • Performers may enter as many different competition categories as desired with different acts.
  • In the unlikely event that it is necessary to cancel a competition all entry fees will be returned. Individual acts that cancel due to illness; injury or any other reason will not receive a refund.

Official Rules:

1. Talents may include (but are not limited to) singing, dancing, instrumental music, skits, magic, comedy, martial arts, juggling.  NO LIP-SYNCHING.

2. The South Towns Talent show is open to participants 12 y.o. and up as of  April 26th 2019

3. At least 50% of the participants in each act must live within the boundaries of participating cities: Nibley, Providence, River Heights, Millville, Hyrum, Paradise, Wellsville, Mendon, College Ward, Young Ward. 

4. Maximum length of acts is 3 ½ min.  Beginning with first sound or movement. 

5. Maximum number of participants in an act is 15. 

6. In all cases, decisions of judges are final and will not be open to discussion. 

7. All recorded music must be on a CD (compact disc) that is clearly labeled with the performer's name and music title OR on an AUX capable device in its own playlist. Include only the music for the act with NO LONG SILENT LEADS. 

8. Bands will need to provide their own equipment for auditions and shows. 

9. Absolutely no profanity or insensitive subject matter will be permitted. 

10. Costumes must be appropriate for all age groups. This is a “family” event. 

11. Limit of 12 performance slots are available for the talent show. 

12. Acts are responsible for their own props and costumes. 

13. Acts with any members under 18 must have written consent from a parent or guardian. 

14. If your act is not ready when called, you will be immediately disqualified. 

15. Changing/Bathroom facilities are limited to what is available on site for both the audition and talent show. 

16. The talent show act must be performed on stage.  

17. DEADLINE FOR SIGNUP IS Friday, April 12, 2019 @ 5 pm

The decisions of the judges are final and represent their personal opinions, and are not necessarily representative of the judgements and opinions of the event organizers.  Participation in this event indicates approval to use any photo or video image taken during the event for promotional purposes.  Event organizers are not responsible for lost, stolen or broken items. Lost and found items will not be mailed  
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June 1st Show Contestants TBD
Talent Show Judges:  
2019 Judges June 1st Show
TBD
 
2017 Judges
Brenda Anthony
Bonnie Slade
Cory Evans
Sandy Emile
Jay Richards
April 12th (Fri): Registration due by 5 pm
April 26th (Fri): Auditions @ Hyrum Civic Center 
April 27th (Sat): Auditions @ Hyrum Civic Center
June 1st (Sat) : Talent Show @ TBD Evening
 

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Nibley City Recreation offers a fitness program called Nibley Fit, available to anyone interested in attending.  These group fitness classes include Yoga, HIIT, and HIGH fitness routines.  The classes are taught by highly qualified fitness instructors and are held in the community center at Nibley City Hall (455 W 3200 S Nibley, UT)

Schedule

 
Class Schedule 

New Winter Schedule 2019 Web Image UpdateSee calendar below for current schedule details

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Classes available to participants 14 years old and up.

Class Descrip

Class Descriptions

HIGH: this fitness routine is an interval training class that includes an easy to follow routine choreographed to music.  It combines a fun interval workout with an intensity level you set for maximum fitness results! This amazing new fitness format offers a high caloric burn through cardio peaks along with full-body toning!  Get addicted to being fit while having fun sculpting your body, building strength, and endurance. 

HIIT: looking for a fun and effecient full body workout at your pace try HIIT,  also referred as TABATA after fitness scientist/researcher Dr. Izumi Tabata.  HIIT is short for: High Intensity Interval Training and includes alternating short periods of intense anaerobic exercise with less intense active recovery. Extensive research by Tabata and others have proven both the effectiveness and efficiency of interval training with reliable positive results for improving athletic capacity and conditioning in a shorter time frame.  Benefiting both aerobic and anaerobic systems HIIT workouts have endless possibilities and exciting variety to keep you interested and challenge you to go to the next level at a pace you personally set.

Yoga:  Ease the stress of your day by using dynamic breathing and strong flowing movements for greater strength, flexibility, and range of motion. Hatha yoga is a balanced combination of sustained poses with attention to basic alignment, mindfulness, and breathing to create a trans-formative and balancing effect of mind and body.  Our yoga class will continuously evolve as our skilled instructors explore the needs and interests of class participants.  They may also weave together wisdom teachings, poetry and music to inspire physical, energetic, mental, intuitive, and pure bliss states of consciousness. Some outdoor yoga classes will be available at the Nibley Park amphitheatre note class location on the Nibley Fit Calendar and Facebook posts.

Classes available to participants 14 years old and up.

Instructors

Nibley Fit Instructors: we provide highly qualified supportive instructors interested in offering you the best fitness experience

Marianne:

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Marianne has had a love for fitness all of her life. Early on she developed a passion for competitive team sports and endurance races, competing in many marathons and triathlons. Through college classes she was introduced to group fitness, which instantly became her new passion. She graduated with a degree in Health Education and has been instructing HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) for 4 years. Marianne has been certified as a Primary Group Instructor through AFAA. She has found that exercising not only strengthens the body, but also the mind and the spirit. She lives her life with the belief that being fit is about having fun while striving to be stronger than you were yesterday. Marianne’s passion for exercise has also let her gain new friendships through her community.  

Karlene:

Karlene Conger Karlene loves feeling fit and sharing her enthusiasm for a healthy lifestyle with everyone. Knowing that variety is the spice of life, she brings a lot of fun creative workouts to class including holiday themes and modifications to fit every participants comfort level.


Cammy:

Cammy Adair Photo 2Cammy discovered the multiple benefits of yoga in 2012 under the direction of a talented and mindful yoga teacher. With her B.S. degree in Exercise Science and Health Education from Utah State University, she realized the profound and far reaching effects yoga can have on a person’s health and wellness. It re-awakened the mind-body connection in her and has positively affected every aspect of her life, including injury rehabilitation and prevention.  She is the wife of a yoga enthusiast and has witnessed the solid therapeutic effects that have benefitted him, as well as countless others. Cammy has focused her time and energy raising her 6 children and recently decided to build on her background with a 200 hour YTT certification from Yoga Assets in SLC, UT under the direction of Denise Druce. Cammy is registered with Yoga Alliance, and is also a Certified Group Fitness Instructor that connects easily with all participants. Cammy is excited to share the benefits of yoga with the citizens of Nibley City!  Her goal is to create a warm, relaxed and fun environment in her vinyasa style yoga classes that challenge and relax the body and de-stress the mind. She loves to encourage people from all walks of life in their quest to take charge and improve their health.

Shaeli:

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Shaeli grew a love for group fitness as a child by attending classes with her mom and sisters. As she grew older she found a love for sports and dance. Throughout college she continued to be involved in group fitness and Latin dancing while studying business. After graduating with a BS from USU, she was married and quickly had four children. As she continued to stay active with her children, she decided to go back to something she has always loved- group fitness. Shaeli is now certified in HIGH and Primary Group Fitness through AFAA. Shaeli has personally learned how exercise and staying active is key to healthy pregnancies and postpartum, both physically and mentally. She also loves people and the friendships she has made through the Nibley Fit community.

 

 

Price

Pricing: 

  • $3 Drop In (single class)
  • $15 Unlimited Monthly (up to 31 days)
  • $40 Unlimited Quarterly
Fall Qtr - Oct to Dec
Winter Qtr - Jan to March
Spring Qtr - April to June
Summer Qtr - July to Sept
Unlimited pass = any class any day for that pass period 
Classes available to participants 14 years old and up.
Payment:
All credit/debit card payments must be made @ Nibley City offices during business hours. If possible please pre-purchase your pass at city hall during business hours; instructors however, will be available to process cash or check payments just prior to class if needed.

Discounts

Amazing Discount Offers with reverse punch passes

 (Available Fall, Winter, & Spring)

  • $5.00 pass discount:present 2 Drop In passes to earn this discount on the purchase of an Unlimited Monthly or Unlimited Quarterly pass
  • $5.00 pass discount: present an Unlimited Monthly Pass with 5 punches to earn this discount on an Unlimited Monthly pass NEW OPTION
  • $10.00 pass discount: present an Unlimited Monthly Pass with 5 punches to earn this discount on an Unlimited Quarterly pass
  • $20.00 pass discount: present an Unlimited Quarterly Pass with 10 punches to earn this discount on an Unlimited Quarterly pass

 

 

Contact - Chad Wright

Recreation Director

435-752-0431 

Chad@Nibleycity.com

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Mission Statement

The mission of Nibley City is to make life better for its citizens by fostering community cooperation so residents, businesses, and government work together to develop the City in harmony with its natural environment, historical surroundings, and in accordance with the values and vision of the community as set forth in the General Plan. The City will provide fiscally sound municipal services for a safe, attractive, creative, and viable community.