1 BodyFit Outdoors for women
This is a cadio-conditioning, total body class designed for women. Bring a towel or mat, water, and 3 or 5-pound weights. 9:30-10:30 a.m. Monday, Pioneer Park, 5801 Henderson Blvd. SE, Tumwater. $8 per class, $45 per session; 360-754-4160, ci.tumwater.wa.us.
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The Capitol Volkssport Club is leading a 25-kilometer bike ride on the Chehalis & Western Trail from Yelm Highway to Woodard Bay Highway. 9:15 a.m. Tuesday; start at Thrive Fitness Center, 5401 Corporate Center Loop SE, Lacey. Group will have lunch at Hop Jacks, 4739 55th Lane SE, Lacey, after the ride. Free; 360-528-2174 or capitolvolkssportclub.org.
3 Learn about Mount Rainier
Staff from REI will help people new to town or who want to get outdoors discover the wonders of Mount Rainier National Park. 6:30-8 p.m. Tuesday, REI, 625 Black Lake Blvd. SW, Suite 410, Olympia. Free; register at rei.com/olympia; 360-786-1938.
4 Give archery a try
This Thursday night drop-in program is open to the public and is designed for beginners, no equipment required. 6 and 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Skookum Archery Club, 11209 Shaw Road, Puyallup. $5; 253-770-4177, skookumarchery.com.
Two guides, including one from Harbor WildWatch, will lead a walk along Gig Harbor’s waterfront. the family-friendly walk covers 1.3 miles and takes about 2 hours. 10 a.m.-noon Saturday, Maritime Pier, 3003 Harborview Dr., Gig Harbor. Free. harborwildwatch.org.
6 All about the stars
Bob Harris will give a program, “Constellations and Star Hopping,” at the Tacoma Astronomical Society’s public night event; night sky viewing will take place after, weather permitting. 9 p.m.-midnight Saturday, Rainier Building, Pierce College Fort Steilacoom Campus, Lakewood. tas-online.org.