Program Schedule

Virtual Recreation Programming


FVSRA is RE-CREATING how we RECREATE. With a little adaptation and a lot of creativity, we have launched a series of virtual recreation programs to empower the individuals we serve to stay connected.

What is “Virtual Recreation”?

Our programming uses Zoom, a video conferencing platform that enables participants to see and hear one another in real time. FVSRA has a whole line up of social, cultural, and fitness programs that are led by our staff.


What type of technology is required?

Participants will need to have access to the internet and a computer with a built in web camera or a web camera attachment. Our programs can also be accessed using a smart phone or tablet by downloading the free Zoom app. Click here to download.


Who can register?

Our virtual recreation programs are designed for FVSRA participants and family members. 


How do I register?

View our calendar below to see our current programming options. Select your preferred program, the dates you would like to register for, and follow the prompts. Once you submit your registration, you will receive a confirmation email verifying your enrollment and a unique link to access the program.


What else should I know?

  • All participants must complete a pre-registration information form and sign off on our waiver and behavior expectations.

  • Registration closes 1 hour prior to the start of the program unless otherwise noted.

  • More programs may be added throughout the season, so check back often! 

Click here to view participant expectations and to find out more about how we keep our virtual programs safe.

Click here to complete our pre-registration forms. 

Click here to access tutorials on Zoom.

2121 West Indian Trail

Aurora, IL 60506

Monday-Friday: Temporarily Closed

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

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Fax: 630-907-1116

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