Unless stated otherwise, all programs are first-come, first-serve. Please arrive 15 minutes prior class time.
- Card Game Mondays @ 11:30 A.M.
Games like Canasta and Rummy will be available every Monday. Games are a fun way to improve cognitive function over time, especially learning new games!
- Multi-Medium Art Classes Mondays @ 1:30 pm
The class is designed to have fun and to make friends. No artistic talent is required. Class size is limited. Art classes for seniors can improve cognitive and sensory-motor functions. This weekly art class will explore different styles of art and self-expression. (Sign Up Attendance Only)
- Drum Circles 3rd Friday @ 2:30 pm
Drum circles are contagious, spontaneous expressions of rhythm; and are a popular form of group recreation for people of all ages and from all walks of life. Anyone can drum and/or play percussion instruments and benefit from rhythm making without any former training or experience. The facilitator, Ossie Mair, takes his time teaching how to drum and how to drum freely. (Sign Up Attendance Only)
- Sound Bath 4th Tuesday @ 3:00 pm
The Sound Bath Experience is a journey of pure sound and vibration. You will be bathed in the healing vibrations of gongs, Tibetan and Crystal Singing Bowls, Didgeridoos, Hand Pans, and other gentle, relaxing instruments during this experience. You are immersed in sound, allowing it to vibrate away the negativity and tension in your body and mind, replacing them with positivity, peace, and harmony. And because we all respond differently to similar stimuli, so too, each person will experience the sound bath in their own unique way. (Sign Up Attendance Only)
- Smartphone Lessons 2nd Tuesday @ 11:30 am with Anne
Learn how to take, find, and share photos; personalize your device; email and text; and use apps like GPS. Anne takes her time showing participants exactly how to find what they are looking for and the perks that come with their mobile device.
- Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover 3rd Tuesday @ 2:00 PM
Don’t Judge A Book By Its Cover is a safe and fun session where we celebrate life’s journey through the sharing of stories. People underestimate the power of their stories; in this hour-long event we will share our stories with our peers. Our session is guided by a theme and each participant gets 5-10 minutes to share their story relating to the theme.
- Brain Fitness 2nd & 4th Friday @1:30 PM
Brain Fitness is a program for individuals concerned about memory loss. A healthy body and a healthy brain are essential to living a satisfying and independent life. To stay fit the brain needs regular activities that are both varied and stimulating. This is where our classes can help by providing variety and challenges to seniors through memory games. These games focus on reinforcing memorization through visual and auditory patterns.
- Stretch & Balance: Monday 10:30am with Meridith & Thursdays @ 1 pm with Eva
This class takes a calmer approach to improving mobility. Our instructors, Meridith & Eva, help participants safely test their limits and strengthen their muscles in a low-impact environment.
- Chair Yoga Tuesdays @ 1:15pm . & Fridays @ 12:30 pm with Karen
Yoga is an excellent way for mature adults to loosen and stretch painful muscles, reduce stress, and improve circulation. Chair yoga is a calmer and less strenuous version of this exercise that allows participants to go at their own pace and decide their own limits.
- Overeaters Anonymous Thursdays @ 10:30 A.M.
A twelve-step program for people with problems relating to food. Food-related issues may include compulsive overeating, binging disorders, bulimia, and anorexia. Anyone with a problematic relationship with food is welcomed.
AA Alcoholics Anonymous: Senior Sobriety Friday @ 10:30 A.M.
A twelve-step program for anyone who experiences problems with alcohol. A fellowship of men and women who share their experience strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
- Healing and Grief Support 3rd Thursday @ 2:00 pm with Theresa
A grief support group offers a different quality of support and connection that stems from being with people who have also recently experienced a loss. Grief support groups provide emotional support, validation, and education about grief.