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A Special Thanks to Our Local Parks & Recreation

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A Special Thanks to Our Local Parks & Recreation

The BCH Movement Challenge, running from May 15 – June 13, 2022 is one of our signature Centennial Celebration events. This 30-day event, to inspire movement among community members, would not have been possible without the support of the Boulder Valley Parks & Recreation Departments.

Special thank you to City of Boulder Open Space & Mountain Parks, City of Boulder Parks & Recreation, Erie Parks & Recreation, Lafayette Recreation, City of Longmont Recreation Services, City of Louisville Recreation & Senior Center, and the Town of Superior for serving as Community Partners for the Movement Challenge.

Parks and Rec staff helped distribute scorecards at their recreation centers and encouraged our community to participate and move in ways that were meaningful to them.

These wonderful organizations also stepped up to support BCH’s major milestone anniversary by donating daily prizes, ranging from $15 to hundreds of dollars. These prizes supported mental, emotional, spiritual and physical health.

Log Your Movement Until June 13

The BCH Movement Challenge concludes Monday, June 13. At the end of the challenge, all entries submitted during the 30 days will have a chance to win a $500 gift card to Downtown Boulder. In the meantime, any community member who logs their daily movement at is entered to win a daily prize in a random drawing.

Centennial Walk Events

An additional thank you to East Boulder Recreation Center, Louisville Recreation Center, Longmont Recreation Center, Lafayette Recreation Center and Erie Community Center for collectively hosting the five Centennial Walk Events, occurring each weekend during the Movement Challenge.

These free, provider-led community walks around Boulder County are a perfect way to get 30 minutes of exercise a day and prevent disease. They are also a great avenue to get out, get active, enjoy good conversation, and learn top healthy-lifestyle tips from our providers. You can walk at your own pace. More info at

Connect with Parks & Rec This Summer

Your physical and mental well-being is more important than ever. Even after the 30-day Movement Challenge, utilize your city or town’s Parks and Recreation services to stay active – whether through live, virtual, small group or vulnerable population options. When you’re ready, Parks and Rec staff will support you in achieving your health goals. They can connect you with health and wellness resources so you can stay motivated, move more often and find what works for you.

Keep in touch by following your local Parks & Rec team online or on social media.