Download
student health service of csu chico presents 50 healthy ways to have fun in chico n.
Skip this Video
Loading SlideShow in 5 Seconds..
Student Health Service of CSU, Chico Presents: 50+ Healthy Ways to Have Fun in Chico! PowerPoint Presentation
Download Presentation
Student Health Service of CSU, Chico Presents: 50+ Healthy Ways to Have Fun in Chico!

Student Health Service of CSU, Chico Presents: 50+ Healthy Ways to Have Fun in Chico!

124 Vues Download Presentation
Télécharger la présentation

Student Health Service of CSU, Chico Presents: 50+ Healthy Ways to Have Fun in Chico!

- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript

  1. hgghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghg hgghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghghg Student Health Serviceof CSU, Chico Presents:50+ Healthy Ways to Have Fun in Chico!

  2. Dedication: jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjhkkjhkjkhkjkhkh jkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjkjhkkjhkjkhkjkhkh The interns and peer health educators of Student Health Service have put together a booklet for new students of CSU Chico as a way to get involved and live a healthy lifestyle in a fun way. Enjoy!

  3. Join an Intramural sports team through Chico State or CARD. • Chico State: • (530) 898-5170 • Website: • http://www.csuchico.edu/recsports/intramural.html CARD: (530) 895-4711 Website: http://www.chicorec.com SHS 1

  4. Attend the annual Chico State Health Fair. Visit our website: www.csuchico.edu/shs Held every Fall semester. SHS 2

  5. Diversion Excursion “A Groovin' Movin' Solution!” • The program is designed to divert reusable goods collected from the residence halls from the trash at the end of each school year. • Volunteer-staffed tables are located outside of the residence halls for drop offs. Contacts: (530)898-4039 & (530)898-5033 E-Mail: asrecycle@csuchico.edu SHS 3

  6. Participate in… Chico State Bike Week http://www.csuchico.edu/sustainablefuture/events/events_list2008.shtml For more information, contact number: (530) 898-3362 • CSU, Chico partners with the Butte Bike Coalition to support events for Chico State Bike Week, held in May. • There are many events held and it’s a great way to get involved in the campus community. SHS 4

  7. Attend the Chico State Talent Show. The talent show takes place every Spring semester in the BMU auditorium. Contact: Associated Students, (530) 898-6005 SHS 5

  8. Join: Chico state Ballroom dancing • Care to dance? • Learn the basics of swing, fox trot, and waltz. • First hour will be dance instruction, followed • by a second hour of practice. • Couples and singles are welcome – we change • partners often so everyone dances. • Women are encouraged to learn to lead. • Let’s dance! • Contact: (530) 345-4170 http://www.csuchico.edu/kine/programs/activity.php SHS 6

  9. Visit the Rose Garden on the CSU, Chico campus. Located by Kendal Hall and the Free Speech area in the middle of campus. SHS 7

  10. Visit the library and find a good book to read. The Merriam Library at CSU Chico or the Butte County library. CSU Chico Merriam Library Details: Website- http://www.csuchico.edu/library/ Butte County Library Details: Contact: 530-891-2762 Address: 1108 Sherman Avenue Chico, Ca 95926 SHS 8

  11. WREC CENTER. • Includes: • state-of-the-art gyms • a swimming pool • climbing walls • a fitness center • a running track Contact: (530) 898-5701 Website: http://www.aschico.com/?Page=799 SHS 9

  12. Up ‘til Dawn “Fight the yawn – stay awake to cure childhood cancer.”  St. Jude’s partners with CSU Chico. • A fundraising event where students write letters to family and friends in hope of raising money for children with cancer. An all night event that takes place every Fall semester. • Free food • Raffles • Music • Guest speakers Contacts: 530-898-5396 and 530-898-4260 Website: www.St. Jude.org SHS 10

  13. Participate in an Adventure Outings trip through Associated Students. Contact: http://www.csuchico.edu/as/AdventureOutings.html or call: (530) 898-4011 SHS 11

  14. Attend a play. Blue Room Theatre. 139 West 1st Street. Phone: (530) 895-3749 Visit the Chico State Theatre Arts: http://www.csuchico.edu/thea/index.shtml SHS 12

  15. Walk or jog through the Chico State campus. fgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfg fgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfgfg SHS 13

  16. Buy fresh fruits and vegetables from the Agricultural Department. Contact: (530) 898.5844 Available during Spring semester (Jan to May) Every Thursday from 12pm to 3pm at the Student Services Building. SHS 14

  17. Take a tour through Bidwell Mansion Website:www.parks.ca.gov 525 EsplanadeChico, CA 95926(530) 895-6144 SHS 15

  18. Participate in: Slice of Chico Downtown Chico invites the community for a day filled with great shopping, good prices, and FREE slices of watermelon. Known throughout the community as a summertime tradition, held In July. WEBSITE: http://www.downtownchico.net/events/dcbaevents/soc SHS 16

  19. Go to Baskin Robbins $1 scoop night (on Tuesdays) Locations: SHS 17

  20. Take a hike in Bidwell Park. (Lower and UpperBidwell Park.) SHS 18

  21. Visit the Chico Arts Center Contact: (530)895-8726 Located: 450 Orange Street, Suite #6 View art work! SHS 19

  22. Watch a local band play. At: Chico City Plaza or The Senator. Both located downtown on 5th and Main. City Plaza/City of Chico website: http://www.chico.ca.us/ The Senator website: http://www.jmaxproductions.net/senator.php SHS 20

  23. Attend a local race. • -Bidwell classic (Fall) • -Shamrock Shuffle (Spring) • -Almond Bowl (Spring) • -Summer Sizzler (Summer) • Wildflower Century (Spring) SHS 21

  24. Visit the Chico Museum. Located next to Celestino’s Pizza on First and Salem. Contact: (530) 891-4336 Website: http://chicomuseum.org/ SHS 22

  25. Attend the Annual Snow Goose Festival. http://www.snowgoosefestival.org/ For more details, e-mail: info@snowgoosefestival.org The Snow Goose Festival’s goal is to increase public awareness, understanding, appreciation and conservation of the diverse wildlife and unique habitats of the northern valley through various activities and events. SHS 23

  26. Take part in Kite Day • at 20th Street Park. • This event is held every year on the last Sunday in March. • Put on By Chico Area and Recreations Park District. • For more information call CARD at: • (530) 895-4711 SHS 24

  27. Go swimming at one mile in Bidwell Park. Website: www.Bidwellpark.org SHS 25

  28. Go to the FarmersMarket. • Saturdays: 2nd and Wall Street, downtown Chico. 7:30am to 1pm, rain or shine. • Wednesdays: North Valley Plaza Mall. June through • October, begins at 7:30am. • Thursday Nights (Spring): 6pm to 9pm, downtown on Broadway. SHS 26

  29. Play Ultimate Frisbee at the park. “Hooker Oak Recreation Area” dfdfdsfdfdsfdfsdfsdfsdfsdfdvdfgdgfdvgsfdgfsdfsdfsdfsdfsfdkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkjkhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkkk Website: http://chicorec.com SHS 27

  30. Go Horseback Riding at Brookhaven Farm Services offered: Training, Lighted/Covered Arena, Lessons, Jumpers, Hunters, Holsteiner Horse Breeding & Sales, Dressage, Boarding Located: 10176 Alberton AveChico, CA 95928 530-899-2766 SHS 28

  31. Go see a movie at Tinseltown or Pageant Theater Location: Tinseltown 801 East Avenue #2, Chico, CA 95926  (530) 879-9612 Or: For more info. visit • www.pageantchico.com SHS 29

  32. Polar Bear Swim This event is held annually on January 1st at 1pm in Bidwell Park at the one mile swimming hole. Visit: http://www.chicowiki.org/Sycamore_Pool for more information. SHS 30

  33. Ride your bike in Bidwell Park SHS 31

  34. Try out coffee shopsin Chico. • Starbuck’s • Pete’s Coffee • T-Bar • Cal Java • Dutch Bro’s • Augies Fine Coffee & Tea • Chocolate Mystique Café • Empire Coffee • Has Beans Coffee & Tea • Chandlers Coffee House • Café Flo • Mathews Café Coffee House • AND MANY MORE! SHS 32

  35. Go bowling at Orchard Lanes2397 Esplanade Chico, CA 95926 Contact: (530) 895-3257‎ or (530) 895-1062‎ SHS 33

  36. Go golfing. • Bidwell Park Golf Course • Sierra Golf • Sunset Hills Golf Course • Canyon Oaks SHS 34

  37. Go to T-Bar during HAPPY HOUR everyday from 3-4pm. Receive all drinks 1/2 off! Drinks include many varieties of: -Iced Tea -Hot Tea -Frozen Drinks SHS 35

  38. Take a drive and visit the orchards. Bertagna Orchards Inc3329 Hegan LaneChico, CA 95928(530) 343-9556‎ (530) 343-8014‎ Almont Orchards Inc3108 Burdick RdChico, CA 95928(530) 345-8733‎ American Almond Orchards3084 Kennedy AveChico, CA 95973(530) 895-8919‎ SHS 36

  39. Go to the Silver Dollar Fair. An agricultural fair that takes place every Memorial Day weekend. Website: http://www.silverdollarfair.org/ SHS 37

  40. Float down the Sacramento River when the weather is nice. Tube rentals available around downtown. SHS 38

  41. Attend Local Charity Events You Can Research All Your Local Charity Events Online! SHS 39

  42. Visit the City Plaza Website: http://www.chico.ca.us/ Located downtown on West 5th Street SHS 40

  43. Attend or participate in the Pioneer Day Parade. (Held annually in May) Website: http://www.pioneerdayparade.com/ SHS 41

  44. Listen to live music at Johnny's in Hotel Diamond 220 West 4th St. Chico, CA 95928 (530) 893-3100 Website: http://www.hoteldiamondchico.com/dining.asp SHS 42

  45. Make Ceramics at Glazed Creations Located on 9th St. in Chico CA Contact: (530) 342-7142 SHS 43

  46. Go to the ‘Air Show’ at the Chico Airport Every summer. Website: http://chicoairfest.com/page1.aspx SHS 44

  47. Go to the Butte Humane Society “To the world you may be just one person, but to one life you may be the world.” Be a Volunteer ! SHS 45

  48. Home of CAL Skate. FunLand features: a skating rink, miniature golf, batting cages, a rock climbing wall and video games! Fun for all the family! FunLand is located 2465 Carmichael Drive Chico, CA 95973 (530) 343-1601 • FUN LAND! Website: www.putterschico.com SHS 46

  49. The Barry R. Kirshner Wildlife Foundation Open 7 days a week by appointment 9am to 5pm Just behind the Durham Park on Laura Lane. Contact: (530) 345-1700 Website: http://www.kirshner.org/ SHS 47

  50. The world's largest Yo-yo can be seen at Chico's • National Yo-Yo Museum • The worlds largest public display of yo-yo's and contest history is open year round. Admission is free and tours are always being given. • The National Yo-Yo Museum is located at 320 Broadway in Downtown Chico. Website: http://www.nationalyoyo.org/ SHS 48