Virtual Recreation Center

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Welcome to Cosumnes CSD’s Virtual Recreation and Resource Center! 

This is your place for fun, education and resources! While the COVID-19 crisis requires families to remain at home, we are committed to ensuring that our community members have resources to maintain healthy lives and meaningful connections.  

Our Virtual Recreation Center will bring programs and resources right to you and your family with the hope of making it easier for you to prioritize your health and well-being.

Connect on Social Media

Follow us on social media for the latest happenings and ideas to keep you and your loved ones healthy, entertained and informed. Email us if you have a great idea or resource to share.

Official Hashtag

  • #RecreateWhileAway

Cosumnes CSD Program Resources

Stay tuned for more resources from your favorite programs!

Partners of Cosumnes CSD

Watch activities from instructors and partners.

Stay Active

As our daily lives are filled with more indoor time, there are many ways to stay healthy and active.

Indoor Wellness

Here are a few ideas for staying active indoors (Disclaimer: Individuals should consult their physician before starting any new exercise program).

Outdoor Wellness

The current Shelter in Place order allows for individuals to take walks and exercise provided the individuals comply with the Social Distancing Requirements.

  • An image of people walking on the trail at Elk Grove Park.Visit a local park - Our parks are free and still open to the public. Don’t forget to tag us on social media.
  • Visit a nearby County or State Park - These are all still open as well.
  • Head out on the trail. Elk Grove has miles of trail systems that follow along our beautiful creeks.
  • Walk/run around your neighborhood. Pets need activity too!
  • Work in the yard or plant a garden.

Stay Connected

Although we’re all social distancing physically, as humans we need to stay connected emotionally. Try one or two of these ideas out every day.

  • Call or Facetime a friend or relative you haven’t spoken to in a while.
  • Write a letter to family or friends.
  • Support a local restaurant - Many restaurants are still open for take out or delivery orders. 
  • Volunteer -  There are many opportunities to volunteer to help those in our community.  
  • Take breaks from watching, reading, or listening to news stories, including social media. Hearing about the pandemic repeatedly can be upsetting.
  • Take care of your body. Take deep breaths, stretch, or meditate. Try to eat healthy, well-balanced meals, exercise regularly, get plenty of sleep.  
  • Connect with others. Talk with people you trust about your concerns and how you are feeling.
  • Work on Mindfulness - Mindfulness is a type of meditation in which you focus on being intensely aware of what you’re sensing and feeling in the moment, without interpretation or judgment. Practicing mindfulness involves breathing methods, guided imagery, and other practices to relax the body and mind and help reduce stress.

Exercise your Brain

For the Kids 

  • Hold a virtual playdate through Facetime.
  • Teach a young person how to write and send a letter.
  • Take a Virtual Vacation - Explore the work using Google Earth! Use Street View to see places like you’re actually there.
  • Visit websites of museums around the world through their virtual tours. 
  • Take this opportunity to teach your child how to do the laundry, sew a button, or bake a family recipe. 
  • Learn a foreign language or practice cursive handwriting. 
  • Play a board game, scavenger hunt, or build a puzzle together.
  • Daily Doodle lessons by Mo Willems.
  • Arts and Craft Activities

Stay Informed

Be in the Know

Visit these sites for the latest local information regarding COVID-19.

Stay Nourished

Visit these sites for information on food resources.



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