Classes & Daily Activities:

Monday:

Lap Swimming: 8:00am – 11:00am (Aquatics Center) (First come first serve)- Swimming freestyle will not only work your shoulders and legs extremely well but your chest, back, core, and everything in between will show signs of real development in just a few days.

Silver Sneakers Classic: 8:15am (Gym) – Increase muscle strength and range of movement, and improve activities for daily living. You’ll have a chair for seated exercises and standing support. Your instructor can modify the exercises for your fitness level.

Basic Tai-Chi: 9:00am (Room 302) (April 9 through June 25) – Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese martial art form often referred to as the practice of “meditation in motion”. Tai Chi promotes relaxation, stress relief, and conscious awareness of the present moment. This class is designed for individuals taking Tai-Chi for the first time.

Hodge Podge Tai Chi: 10:30am (Room 302) (April 9 through June 25) In this class you will do 20 minutes of yoga, 20 minutes of tai-chi, and 20 min of meditation.

Open Woodshop: 8:00am – 2:00pm (Woodshop) – If you enjoy woodworking and creating exciting wood projects stop by our Wood Shop. We have all the equipment and tools to complete any project big or small

Quilting: 9:00am (Room 303) – is the process of sewing of two or more layers of fabric together to make a thicker padded material, usually to create a quilt or quilted garment.

High/Low Impact Aerobics: 9:15am (Gym) – Aerobic exercise keeps your muscles strong, your mind sharp, which can help you maintain mobility as you get older. At least 30 minutes of aerobic exercise three days a week appears to reduce cognitive decline in older adults.

Happy Day Singers: 9:45am (location varies) This group meets at the Center and travels by bus to sing at a designated nursing home based on the schedule. They sing old-fashioned hymns from the “church hymnal” book and have a happy day start to Monday’s.

Beginning Clay: 10:00am (Clay Room) (April 9 through June 25) This class is designed for individuals who have never worked with clay before. In this class you will create hand-building projects.

Strength Training: 10:15am (Gym) – Improves your balance and stability, reduces blood pressure, builds muscle strength, and improves your ability to do everyday activities.

Beginning Line Dance: 11:30am (Gym) (April 9 through June 25) is a choreographed dance with a repeated sequence of steps in which a group of people dance in one or more lines or rows. If you have never taken a line dance class then this class is for you.

Game Day: 12:30pm (Card Room) – Come and play games such as dominos, Mexican train, hand and foot, uno, phase 10, and much more.

Intermediate Line Dance: 12:45pm (Gym) (April 9 through June 25) This class is designed for individuals who have taken a line dance class.

Knitting: 1:00pm (Room 303) Knitting is the name of the craft that involves two needles and yarn or thread. Loops in the yarn are manipulated with the needles to make a knitted fabric. This class makes a variety of projects from hats and gloves to scarfs and blankets. This class is open to individuals of all expert levels.

Table Tennis: 2:00pm (Gym) – Best brain sport ever, highly aerobic, uses both the upper and lower body, is great for eye hand coordination and reflexes, and causes you to use many different areas of the brain at once as you are tracking the ball.

Volleyball: 4:00pm (Gym) – A great full-body workout, with regular play will help improve your agility, overall flexibility, reaction time, speed and upper and lower body strength.

Tuesday:

Lap Swimming: 8:00am (Aquatics Center) – There will be an additional swimming lane open to just Senior Center members. The other lane will be first come first serve. Swimming freestyle will not only work your shoulders and legs extremely well but your chest, back, core, and everything in between will show signs of real development in just a few days.

Open Woodshop: 8:00am -2:00pm (Woodshop) – If you enjoy woodworking and creating exciting wood projects stop by our Wood Shop. We have all the equipment and tools to complete any project big or small.

Boom Muscle & Mind Fitness: 8:15am (Gym) – This class incorporates athletic exercises that boost your overall fitness. Move through muscle-conditioning blocks and activity-specific drills to improve strength and functional skill. The best from yoga and Pilates are combined into one fusion class designed to relax your body and mind. The focus is on core muscles, lower-body strength and balance.

Ceramics: 9:00am (Ceramics Room) (April 10 through June 26) In this class you will paint ceramic figurines that you bring in on your own. You can purchase these at any local craft supply store. After you have painted your figurine, it will be fired in the kiln as your finished piece.

Basket Weaving: 9:00am (Room 303) (April 10 through June 26) Basket weaving is the hand-crafted method of creating woven baskets from natural grasses. Basket weavers use many variations of several basic techniques that include coiling, twining, plaiting, and weaving to create endless varieties of baskets. This class is open to individuals of all expert levels.

Meditation: 9:30am (Room 306) (April 10 through June 26) Benefits from meditation for seniors include; increased longevity, improved memory, reduced stress, enhances immune system, helps control high blood pressure, heightens awareness and focused attention. Lee Stone has taught meditation for 25 years and has spent over a year in silent meditation retreats. The class is $5.00 per class.

Strength Training: 9:30am (Gym) – Improves your balance and stability, reduces blood pressure, builds muscle strength, and improves your ability to do everyday activities.

Renaissance Strings: 10:00am (Atrium) (April 10 through June 26) Dulcimer players along with a few other stringed instruments meet at the Center and practice on Tuesday morning. In the afternoon at 2:00, they entertain at a different nursing home each week.

Sing Along: 10:15am (Cafeteria) Is a group of people who meet around the piano in the cafeteria and sing hymns out of the church hymnal. Everyone is welcome.

Exercise for Everyone: 10:30am (Gym) – A great chair exercise class for those unable to get on the floor, with use of Dyna-A-Bands to provide the means of safely improve muscular strength and endurance, range of motion and flexibility.

Beginner Dulcimer: 11:00am (Atrium) (April 10 through June 26) Learn to play the Appalachian/Lap Dulcimer in this class. The “Mel Bay-First Lessons” dulcimer book is used at a $10.00 cost. It’s fun to play with a group of dulcimers!

Bowling: 12:30pm at Warpath Lanes

Clay 101 with Susan Voorhees: 12:30pm (Clay Room) (April 10-June 26)- Susan teaches a 12 week class.  The first 6 weeks will be a more beginner level and the last 6 weeks will be a more intermediate level.  You will do both handbuilding and wheel work in this class.

Shuffleboard: 1:00pm (Ceramics Hallway) – All levels of experience are welcome, with tournaments held semi-annual.

Pickleball: 1:00pm (Gym) – A fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and table tennis. A paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels, and is easy for beginners to learn.

Basketball: 4:00pm (Gym) – Played alone or in groups, basketball can reduce stress.

Rook: 4:00pm (Card Room) Come and meet new people while playing Rook on Tuesdays. Please bring a snack to share with others.

Karaoke: 4:00pm (Cafeteria) – Karaoke will meet every 3rd Tuesday of the month. Please bring in a snack to share with everyone.

Wednesday:

Lap Swimming: 8:00am (Aquatics Center) – (First come first serve) Swimming freestyle will not only work your shoulders and legs extremely well but your chest, back, core, and everything in between will show signs of real development in just a few days.

Silver Sneakers Classic: 8:15am (Gym) – Increase muscle strength and range of movement, and improve activities for daily living. You’ll have a chair for seated exercises and standing support. Your instructor can modify the exercises for your fitness level.

Open Woodshop: 8:00am – 2:00pm (Woodshop) – If you enjoy woodworking and creating exciting wood projects stop by our Wood Shop. We have all the equipment and tools to complete any project big or small.

High/Low Impact Aerobics: 9:15am (Gym) – Aerobic exercise keeps your muscles strong, your mind sharp, which can help you maintain mobility as you get older. At least 30 minutes of aerobic exercise three days a week appears to reduce cognitive decline in older adults.

Intermediate Clay: 10:00am (Clay Room) (April 11 through June 27) This class is designed for individuals who have worked with clay before and who have previously taken our beginning clay class. In this class you will hand-build and use the pottery wheel.

Strength Training: 10:15am (Gym) – Improves your balance and stability, reduces blood pressure, builds muscle strength, and improves your ability to do everyday activities.

Intermediate Clogging: 11:15am (Room 302) (April 11 through June 27) If you have clogged in the past and want to renew the joy and fun of clogging then this is the class for you.  It has challenging choreography and we welcome past cloggers and ones from the beginner class to move into this class.

Intermediate Belly Dancing: 1:00P.M. (Room 302) (April 11 through June 27) All women are welcome to this class. However it is a huge help if you have some knowledge of belly dance. We do faster movements and more choreography. Come join us!

Hand & Foot Card Game: 12:30pm (Card Room) Hand and Foot is a North American game related to Canasta, in which each player is dealt two sets of cards – the hand, which is played first, and the foot, which is played when the hand has been used up. If you are interested in learning a new card game, or have played before, then join us on Wednesday’s.

Table Tennis: 1:00pm (Gym) – Best brain sport ever, highly aerobic, uses both the upper and lower body, is great for eye hand coordination and reflexes, and causes you to use many different areas of the brain at once as you are tracking the ball.

Basketball: 4:00pm (Gym) – Played alone or in groups, basketball can reduce stress.

Thursday:

Lap Swimming: 8:00am (Aquatics Center) – (There will be an additional lane open to just for Senior Center members. The other lane will be first come first serve.) Swimming freestyle will not only work your shoulders and legs extremely well but your chest, back, core, and everything in between will show signs of real development in just a few days.

Boom Move & Mind Fitness: 8:15am (Gym) – This fun, dance-inspired workout improves your cardio fitness with easy-to-follow moves set to energizing music. The best from yoga and Pilates are combined into one fusion class designed to relax your body and mind. The focus is on core muscles, lower-body strength and balance.

Bingo: 9:00am (Cafeteria)

Ceramics: 9:00am- (Ceramics Room) (April 12 through June 28) – In this class you will paint ceramic figurines that you bring in on your own. You can purchase these at any local craft supply store. After you have painted your figurine, it will be fired in the kiln as your finished piece.

Woodcarving: 9:00am (Room 303)- In this class you will learn how to make projects by carving out a piece of wood. Beginners and expert levels are wanted for this class.

Strength Training: 9:30am (Gym) – Improves your balance and stability, reduces blood pressure, builds muscle strength, and improves your ability to do everyday activities.

Meditation: 9:30am (Multipurpose Room) (April 12 through June 28) Benefits from meditation for seniors include; increased longevity, improved memory, reduced stress, enhances immune system, helps control high blood pressure, heightens awareness and focused attention. Lee Stone has taught meditation for 25 years and has spent over a year in silent meditation retreats. The class is $5.00 per class.

Bunco will be played every month on the second Thursday at 10:30am in the Card Room. Bunco is a dice game where each rounds purpose is to score 21 or to score Bunco. After two games, play will stop for a light snack. After all four games, prizes will be awarded as follows: 1st prize: Most Bunco’s, 2nd prize: Most wins, 3rd prize: Most losses, 4th prize: Last person with Fuzzy Dice, 5th prize: “At least I got something” (picked from score sheets).

Beginning Clogging: 10:00am (Room 302) (April 12 through June 28) In this class you will learn the basic of clogging and some fun dances. This is a great cardio workout along with being fun and learning to dance.

Exercise for Everyone: 10:30am (Gym) – A great chair exercise class for those unable to get on the floor, with use of Dyna-A-Bands to provide the means to safely improve muscular strength and endurance, range of motion and flexibility.

Intermediate Dulcimer: 11:00am (Atrium) (April 12 through June 28) This class is taken after the beginning class and prepares you to play with the Renaissance

Strings.

Women’s Volleyball Class: 11:15am (Gym) Beginners welcome. All skill levels are encouraged. Great fun while doing a healthy activity. You’ll dig it!

Core and Posture Beginning Belly Dance: 11:30A.M. (Room 302) (April 12 through June 28) This class is for women who are interested in improving their physical health. It is great for fibromyalgia, arthritis, and other muscles problems. You will learn body control and enjoy learning the belly dance movements and dances.

Volleyball: 1:00pm (Gym) – A great full-body workout, with regular play will help improve your agility, overall flexibility, reaction time, speed and upper and lower body strength.

Shuffleboard: 1:00pm (Ceramics Hallway) – All levels of experience are welcome, with tournaments held semi-annual.

Cornhole: 4:00pm (Gym)- Corn hole is an American lawn game in which players take turns throwing bags of corn at a raised platform with a hole in the far end. A bag in the hole scores 3 points, while one on the platform scores 1 point. No sign up required, just come in and ask for the boards.

 

Friday:

Lap Swimming: 8:00am (Aquatics Center) (First come first serve) Swimming freestyle will not only work your shoulders and legs extremely well but your chest, back, core, and everything in between will show signs of real development in just a few days.

Silver Sneakers Classic: 8:15am (Gym)- Increase muscle strength and range of movement, and improve activities for daily living. You’ll have a chair for seated exercises and standing support. Your instructor can modify the exercises for your fitness level.

Tai Chi- 9:00am (Room 310) (April 13 through June 29) This class is designed for individuals who have taken a Tai-Chi class before.

Genealogy Club: 9:00am (Computer Lab) Have you been interested about where your ancestors originated? Then this is the class for you. Join us for class and our instructors will help you discover the history of your ancestors.

High/Low Impact Aerobics: 9:15am (Gym) – Aerobic exercise keeps your muscles strong, your mind sharp, which can help you maintain mobility as you get older. At least 30 minutes of aerobic exercise three days a week appears to reduce cognitive decline in older adults.

Movement Health Qigong – Liu Zi Jue – Yi Jin Jing “Five Change”: 10:00am (Room 310) (April 13 through June 29)- is composed of movements that are typically repeated, strengthening and stretching the body, increasing fluid movement (blood, synovial, and lymph), enhancing balance and proprioception, and improving the awareness of how the body moves through space.

Strength Training: 10:15am (Gym) – Improves your balance and stability, reduces blood pressure, builds muscle strength, and improves your ability to do everyday activities.

Pickleball: 1:00pm (Gym) – A fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and table tennis. A paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels, and is easy for beginners to learn.

Bridge Group: 1:00pm (Atrium) This is a weekly group meeting of Bridge players. This is an intermediate level Bridge group. If interested please contact the front office.

Mahjong: 2:00pm (Multipurpose Room) Mahjong is a card game that originated in China. Four players play the game using numbered tiles or cards. All expert levels are welcomed. Every first Friday of the Month will be for beginners who would like to learn how to play Mahjong.

Basketball: 4:00pm (Gym) – Played alone or in groups, basketball can reduce stress.

Saturday:

Basketball: 9:00am (Gym) – Played alone or in groups, basketball can reduce stress.

Table Tennis: 10:30am (Gym) – Best brain sport ever, highly aerobic, uses both the upper and lower body, is great for eye hand coordination and reflexes, and causes you to use many different areas of the brain at once as you are tracking the ball.