Recreation activities provided in the institution gymnasium include: basketball, volleyball, racquetball, indoor soccer, handball, and cardiovascular, conditioning equipment. Also, located in the gymnasium is the music room where inmates may play the piano, drums, wind instruments, and acoustic guitars.
Movies are scheduled by the Recreation staff. The only food permitted in the Theater is traditional movie fare, namely candy, packaged snacks, etc. Tupperware containers, utensils, and similar items are prohibited. Saving seats are prohibited and violations may result in the closing of the Theater.
This building is where the recreation staff offices are located. All recreation equipment is checked out through the check-out center. If you wish to “check out” equipment, you must contact a Recreation staff member. All inmates must present a chit to the checkout clerk to receive any equipment. See the Recreation staff member for details. Pool tables, ping pong table, and a card room are located within this building as well as some casual literature.
This area offers ceramics, painting, drawing, and leathercraft. In order to participate in this program, an inmate must sign up with the Hobbycraft instructor and must purchase his own supplies. For further clarification of rules and regulations of the Hobbycraft Program, refer your questions to a Recreation Specialist and review Institution Supplement, “Inmate Recreation Programs.”
Many outside activities are available for inmate use: softball field, soccer field, bocce courts, horseshoes, handball, and walking track.
Inmates may listen to selected CD’s using a personal radio through a system that broadcasts within the Activity Center, Gymnasium, and outdoor recreation areas.