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Alley Kats

The Alley Kats is a 15-member performing tap dance troupe made up entirely of active senior women 50 and over. The Alley Kats are available to perform for your organization or private party. To audition for the troupe or to book the Alley Kats for your function, please call 427-6461.  
 


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Senior Yoga (Winter Session)

Research has shown that exercise can slow down the effects of aging by improving health, wellness, strength, flexibility and endurance. This Yoga for Seniors program offers an individualized, safe and effective approach to help seniors at any fitness level improve the health of the respiratory, digestive, circulation and nervous systems. Yoga can help keep old age at bay, leading to good health habits, feelings of vitality and energy and   a renewed zest for life. Ages 50+. Registration deadline: January 19. Min. 8. Max. 30.  

Code              Dates           Day                      Time

141200-T1      1/26-3/23     T                    12-1 pm

141200-R1      1/28-3/25     Th                  12-1 pm

Sessions/Fee: 8/$41/$46 after January 19.

Sign up for both Tuesday and Thursday classes for a reduced rate of $68 (16 sessions)
Location: Community Center, 233 W. Main St.



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ABC Exercise: Activate, Boost & Challenge (Winter Session)

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 9:30-10:15 a.m.
Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

ABC Exercise, formerly Arthritis Foundation Exercise, is a recreational exercise program designed for anyone with arthritis or related rheumatic disease and/or joint problems (hip/knee replacement, stroke, etc.). If you are just beginning to exercise, start with this class specifically designed to improve strength and flexibility, reduce pain caused by arthritis and other ailments and increase mobility. 

Starting November 24 you can participate in virtual ABC Exercise (9:30 am) and/or Cardio Flex (10:45 am) on Tuesdays/Thursdays.  

Please call the Community Center (260-427-6460) to get started. Additional information is available to watch LIVE on the Community Center's Facebook page! 




Want to try out a virtual exercise class?  Now is the time!  We have virtual exercise classes for ABC Exercise, Senior Yoga and Cardio Flex.  Check out the NEW Community Center Exercise Programs link to learn more!

Cardio Flex (Winter)

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:45-11:30 a.m. Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Cardio Flex is for those individuals who desire a more intensive workout than offered in ABC Exercise. It is designed for active seniors and con- sists of 20-30 minutes of cardiovascular exercise designed to help decrease fat mass and lower resting heart rate and cholesterol levels. Prior participation is not required; however, we recommend you consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program. 

You can now participate in virtual ABC Exercise (9:30 am) and/or Cardio Flex (10:45 am) on Tuesdays/Thursdays.  

Please call the Community Center (260-427-6460) to get started. Additional information is available to watch LIVE on the Community Center's Facebook page! 

Testimonials:

Thanks everyone for making this easy (Cardio Flex virtual option) and efficient for me. Hope to see you soon, Mary.

The Fort Wayne Parks and Recreation are amazing. Everyone does such a quality job, with so many resources and good communications, let alone the fine facilities throughout the city. I moved here recently and am so impressed and thankful. Connie M.

 


AARP Sponsored Fitness Park Powered by FITLOT 

An AARP FitLot features various pieces of outdoor fitness equipment that require one’s own body weight as resistance making each piece age, gender and ability based. AARP will also be providing programming that will include a demonstration of the equipment and group circuit training. Look for more information in the spring!


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Fun & Games

Join organized Fun & Games or play on your own anytime between 8:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. at the Community Center. You may bring your own equipment or borrow ours from the information desk. There is no pre-registration for these ongoing programs. Just drop in and join the fun. Ages 50+. Drop-in fee: $1

Game                          Days                             Time

Billiards                              M-F                       8 am-4:30 pm

Call 427-6460 to reserve a 2 hour time slot.

Bring your own cue stick or sign one out at the information desk.

Bingo                                  2nd-4th F              1 pm

Cornhole                            W                          11 am

Crochet                              W                          10 am-12 pm
                                            F                           1-3 pm

Fitness Equipment           M-F                        8 am- 4:30 pm

Call 427-6460 to schedule use of equipment

Quilting                              Th                          1-4 pm

Scrapbooking                    T                            1-3 pm

Table Tennis                      M,W                       8:30-11:30 am

Wii Bowling                        T                           1-3 pm

Many THANKS to the following for their contribu- tions to our Fun & Games:

  • Miller’s Health Systems of Greater Fort Wayne
  • Heritage Park
  • Englewood Health & Rehab

 

Winter Bingo

2nd and 4th Friday, 1:00 p.m.

February 12, 26

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Prizes include snacks, canned goods and miscellaneous household items. Sponsored by Miller’s Health Systems of greater Fort Wayne and Heritage Park. Fee: 3 cards/50¢

Please note, the January 22 session of Bingo will be offered virtually only.  Call 260-427-6460 to sign up. 

Community Cornhole League

Wednesdays, January 27-March 3, 11:00 a.m. Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Toss your cares away and join us for some friendly cornhole competition! Men, women, beginners and experts . . . all are welcome! Play continues for 6 weeks, with prizes awarded to the top 3 finishers at the conclusion of the league. Call 427-6461 by January 13 to sign up. Drop in fee: $1. Min. 6.

 

Spring Programs

 

2021 Senior Games

June 7-24

Save the date! More than 500 active senior adults participated in the 2019 Senior Games. Mark your calendar and start “training” now for the 2021 Senior Games. Registration packets will be mailed in April. Call 427-6462 to be placed on our mailing list.

AARP Sponsored Fitness Park Powered by FitLot

The new outdoor fitness park located at the Community Center, 233 W. Main Street is open to the public, free of charge, like all city parks and playgrounds. Come check it out!


AARP Sponsored Fitness Park Powered by FitLot

Our new AARP/FitLot outdoor fitness park features various pieces of outdoor fitness equipment that require one’s own body weight as resistance making each piece designed to fit your age, gender and specific ability. The fitness park is here for you to stop in and work out any time. A professional instructor will be available on the days below to introduce you to the equipment and show you the most effective way to use it. No registration is necessary, however, please arrive a few minutes early to sign in. All sessions are FREE!

Dates                    Day              Time

Introduction

4/13                       T              1:30 pm

4/15                       Th            1:30 pm

4/16                       F                 10 am

Drop-In Sessions             

4/23-6/11               F                10 am

Location: Community Center, 233 W. Main St.


Outdoor Fitness Fun

In this outdoor fitness class, you will be guided by a fitness professional and work out alongside a committed group also working to achieve a more active lifestyle. This will be structured similar to a circuit training class. And the best part . . . the class is FREE! Instructor: Kim Labenberg. Registration deadline: April 12. Min.8. Max. 12.

Code                    Dates                 Days                   Time

241212-M1          4/19-6/14            M/W     9:30-10:30 am

# Sessions/Fee: 16/FREE

Location: Community Center FitLot, 233 W. Main St.


Circuit Training for Beginners

Mondays & Wednesdays, 9:30-10:15 a.m.

March 1-April 14

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Circuit Training is a workout program where you rotate through a variety of exercises (usually 5-10) with little time in between. This class is suitable for healthy active adults and can be adapted depending on the fitness level of individual participants. Prior participation is not required; however, we recommend you consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program. You can attend this program at any time. Instructor: Kim Labenberg. Drop-in fee: $1/class.


Mind, Music & Movement

Music is a great way to excite both sides of the brain. It is actually the only information that is stored twice in your brain. Join this engaging group that is filled with music designed to cognitively stimulate and challenge your memory. This time together will also be sure to add enjoyment and quality of life in a welcoming environment.   Instructor: Kristine Agen. Registration deadline: March 31. Call 427-6466 to sign up. 

Code                    Dates                   Day              Time

241213-W1          4/7-5/12               W            1-2 p.m.

# Sessions/Fee: 6/$10

Location: Community Center, 233 W. Main St.


Senior Tap Class

Tap dancing is fun at any age! Whether you’ve tapped before or just want to try something new, you are invited to join the fun! It is great exercise and a great way to spend a Thursday afternoon. You’ll learn dance techniques and performance skills. No previous experience is required. Tap shoes or hard sole shoes are recommended. Ages 50+. Instructor: Linda Mullenhour. Registration deadline: March 25. Min. 5. Max. 15.

Code                        Dates              Day                       Time

Beginner

241210-R1           4/1-5/20               Th           3:30-4:15 pm

Advanced

241210-R2           4/1-5/20               Th           2:45-3:30 pm

# Sessions/Fee: 8/$15/$20 after March 25

Location: Community Center, 233 W. Main St.


Alley Kats

The Alley Kats is a 15-member performing tap dance troupe made up entirely of active senior women 50 and over. The Alley Kats are available to perform for your organization or private party. To audition for the troupe or to book the Alley Kats for your function, please call 427-6461.


Downtown Walkers

Every Wednesday, 11:00 a.m., beginning April 14

Community Center, 233 W. Main St. 

Would you like to get outside and enjoy a nice walk through Downtown Fort Wayne? Join us for a fun mile walk while enjoying the company of others. We will walk different routes through the downtown area. Some of the walks will include a stop at various locations for a quick tour. Please call 427-6460 to sign-up by the Monday before each walk. There is no fee to participate.


Rescue Mission Walking Tour

Wednesday, April 14, 3:00-4:30 p.m.

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Put on your walking shoes, dress for the weather and join us for a tour of the new Rescue Mission.   Founded in 1903, The Rescue Mission aims to provide a home for the homeless, food for the hungry, and hope for their future.  Please bring a mask and wear comfortable shoes.  We thank Emily Lahr, Major Gift Officer at the Rescue Mission, for assisting in the hosting of our tour and our tour guide Keith Hood. We will depart from the Community Center on foot promptly at 3:00 p.m. and walk to The Rescue Mission. Ages 50+. This tour is free but you must call 427-6460 by April 7 to register.


Arts Campus of Fort Wayne Walking Tour

Wednesday, May 19, 9:30-11:00 a.m.

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

This tour will include some of the local creative art facilities available through the Arts Campus of Fort Wayne. We will see some of the beautiful architecture and interior spaces of the United Arts Center and/or the Auer Center for Arts and Culture. If COVID restrictions do not allow touring the interior space, then only an exterior Arts Campus tour may be permissible. Please bring a mask and wear comfortable shoes. We will depart from the Community Center on foot promptly at 9:30 a.m. and walk to the Arts Campus. Ages 50+. The tour is free. Call 427-6460 by May 12 to sign up.

 

AARP Sponsored Fitness Park Powered by FitLot

The new outdoor fitness park located at the Community Center, 233 W. Main Street is open to the public, free of charge, like all city parks and playgrounds. Come check it out!


AARP Sponsored Fitness Park Powered by FitLot

Our new AARP/FitLot outdoor fitness park features various pieces of outdoor fitness equipment that require one’s own body weight as resistance making each piece designed to fit your age, gender and specific ability. The fitness park is here for you to stop in and work out any time. A professional instructor will be available on the days below to introduce you to the equipment and show you the most effective way to use it. No registration is necessary, however, please arrive a few minutes early to sign in. All sessions are FREE!

Dates                    Day               Time

Introduction

4/13                       T              1:30 pm

4/15                       Th            1:30 pm

4/16                         F                10 am

Drop-In Sessions             

4/23-6/11                 F               10 am

Location: Community Center, 233 W. Main St.


Outdoor Fitness Fun

In this outdoor fitness class, you will be guided by a fitness professional and work out alongside a committed group also working to achieve a more active lifestyle. This will be structured similar to a circuit training class. And the best part . . . the class is FREE! Instructor: Kim Labenberg. Registration deadline: April 12. Min.8. Max. 12.

Code                    Dates                  Days                  Time

241212-M1          4/19-6/14            M/W     9:30-10:30 am

# Sessions/Fee: 16/FREE

Location: Community Center FitLot, 233 W. Main St.


Circuit Training for Beginners

Mondays & Wednesdays, 9:30-10:15 a.m.

March 1-April 14

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Circuit Training is a workout program where you rotate through a variety of exercises (usually 5-10) with little time in between. This class is suitable for healthy active adults and can be adapted depending on the fitness level of individual participants. Prior participation is not required; however, we recommend you consult your doctor before beginning any exercise program. You can attend this program at any time. Instructor: Kim Labenberg. Drop-in fee: $1/class.

 

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2021 Senior Games 

June 7-24, 2021

Save the date! More than 500 active senior adults participated in the 2019 Senior Games. Mark your calendar and start “training” now for the 2021 Senior Games. Registration packets will be mailed in April. Call 427-6462 to be placed on our mailing list.

Congratulations to the
2019 Senior Games Champions
Holly Small and Joe Sowder

Check out the Senior Games link for additional information.               


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Creative Quilting
Thursdays, 1:00-4:00 p.m.
Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Creative quilting has much in common with the quilting bee, an extremely popular social event in the mid-nineteenth century. It provides an oppor- tunity to meet other quilters, make new friends, share ideas and express your artistic capabilities. Rather than everyone working on one common quilt, however, you are encouraged to bring your current quilting project to work on. An iron and ironing board will be set up for your use and large tables available for laying out your quilt. Ages 50+. There is no need to call ahead. Drop-in fee: $1.



Crop Till You Drop
Tuesdays, 1:00-3:00 pm
Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

More people every year are discovering the joy of scrapbooking! When “scrapbookers” get together to scrapbook it is called “Cropping”. This hobby is relaxing while at the same time creates unique family and friend albums to keep and share. During this time, you will have the opportunity to meet other “scrapbookers” and make new friends with similar interests. This class is for the beginner or the expert! We will share ideas and work on our own projects; however, there will be some supplies available. If you’ve been considering scrapbooking for a while but were intimidated by the prospect of starting, this class is for you! With a bit of prac- tice, you’ll soon be creating scrapbooks that will be the envy of all your friends! Ages 50+. There is no need to call ahead just drop in! Drop-in fee: $1

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Relaxation Station: Adult Coloring
Mondays, 10:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m.
February 15
Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Who doesn’t like to color? Listen to relaxing music, visit with your neighbor and color until your heart’s content using colored pencils. No pre-reg- istration is necessary. Just drop in! Drop-in fee:

$1. (Note: Our monthly Monday Luncheons are on the same dates, so make plans for lunch.)


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Curious About Crochet

One of the greatest things about crochet is that you don’t have to invest in fancy, new materials or find room in your house to store a bunch of equip- ment. With just a simple hook, a skein of yarn and a nice, comfy place to sit, you can begin enjoying all the benefits this craft provides. In this class, we’ll get you started with a few basic stitches and show you how to read a pattern. You’ll leave this class with a Granny Square lap afghan and a new hobby. Please bring to class a size K crochet hook and one skein of 4-ply yarn in a light color. (Once you’ve begun your new hobby, join us for Hooked on Crochet below.) Instructor: Berniece Wilkins. Ages 50+. Registration deadline: January 15. 

Code                         Dates           Day                      Time
141304-F1                1/29-3/19     F                       1-3 pm

# Sessions/Fee: 8/$17/$22 after January 22. 
Location: Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Hooked on Crochet

Wednesdays, 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
Wednesdays & Fridays, 1:00-3:00 p.m.
Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Are you hooked on crochet? Come join the fun! Show off your latest creation, collect new ideas and get a little work done on your latest project. (Crochet instruction is offered in “Curious about Crochet.”) Ages 50+. No need to call ahead. Drop-in fee: $1.


Behind the Easel: Oil or Acrylic

Join us behind the easel and take your pick: oil   or acrylic. Marilyn Copeland, a nationally certi- fied and accredited art instructor, will guide you through this independent study. Please bring a photo or art instructional book by your favorite artist. You will receive a supply list when you reg- ister. Ages 50+. Registration deadline: January 11. Min. 5. Max. 10.

Code                    Dates                  Day                Time
141301-M1          1/25-2/22             M            1:30-4 pm

Sessions/Fee: 6/$73/$78 after January 11 
Location: Community Center, 233 W. Main St.


Spring Classes

 

Curious About Crochet

One of the greatest things about crochet is that you don’t have to invest in fancy, new materials or find room in your house to store a bunch of equipment. With just a simple hook, a skein of yarn and a nice, comfy place to sit, you can begin enjoying all the benefits this craft provides. In this class, we’ll get you started with a few basic stitches and show you how to read a pattern. You’ll leave this class with a Granny Square lap afghan and a new hobby. Please bring to class a size K crochet hook and one skein of 4-ply yarn in a light color. (Once you’ve begun your new hobby, join us for Hooked on Crochet below.) Ages 50+. Registration deadline: March 26. Min. 4. Max. 5.

Code                     Dates                   Day            Time

241304-F1            4/2-5/21               F              1-3 pm

# Sessions/Fee: 8/$17/$22 after March 26

Location: Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Hooked on Crochet

Wednesdays & Fridays, 1:00-3:00 p.m.

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Are you hooked on crochet? Come join the fun! Show off your latest creation, collect new ideas and get a little work done on your latest project. (Crochet instruction is offered in “Curious about Crochet.”) Ages 50+. No need to call ahead. Drop-in fee: $1


Creative Quilting

Thursdays, 1:00-4:00 p.m.

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Creative quilting has much in common with the quilting bee, an extremely popular social event in the mid-nineteenth century. It provides an opportunity to meet other quilters, make new friends, share ideas and express your artistic capabilities. Rather than everyone working on one common quilt, however, you are encouraged to bring your current quilting project to work on. An iron and ironing board will be set up for your use and large tables available for laying out your quilt. Ages 50+. There is no need to call ahead. Drop-in fee: $1


Crop till you Drop

Tuesdays, 1:00-3:00 pm

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

More people every year are discovering the joy of scrapbooking! When scrapbookers get together to work it is called “cropping.” This hobby is relaxing while at the same time creates unique family and friend albums to keep and share. Meet other scrapbookers and make new friends with similar interests. Whether you are a seasoned cropper or working on your very first project, you are invited to join the fun. With a few tips and a bit of practice, you’ll soon be creating scrapbooks that will be the envy of all your friends! Ages 50+. There is no need to call ahead just drop in! Drop-in fee: $1


Relaxation Station: Adult Coloring

Mondays, 10:00-11:00 a.m.

March 15, April 19, May 17

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Who doesn’t like to color? Listen to relaxing music, visit with your neighbor and color until your heart’s content using colored pencils. Masks are required. No pre-registration is necessary. Just drop in! Drop-in fee: $1. (Note: Monday Luncheons are on the same dates, so make plans to stay for lunch.)


Behind the Easel: Oil or Acrylic

Join us behind the easel and take your pick: oil or acrylic. Marilyn Copeland, a nationally certified and accredited art instructor, will guide you through this independent study. Please bring a photo or art instructional book by your favorite artist. You will receive a supply list when you register. Ages 50+. Registration deadline: March 8. Min. 5. Max. 10.

Code                    Dates                 Day                 Time

241301-M1          3/15-4/19            M            1:30-4 pm

# Sessions/Fee: 6/$73/$78 after March 8

Location: Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

 

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Winter Programs
 
Monday Luncheon 

Bring a friend or two and join us for these special Monday luncheons. We will be social distancing and requiring masks until lunch is served at 11:30 a.m. Paid reservations are required by the previous Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. Reservations fees cannot be refunded. At each luncheon there will be a short presentation by the sponsor. Ages 50+.

Monday, February 15, 11:30 a.m.
“February Fun Facts”
Supporting Sponsor:Heritage Park-American Senior Communities
Reservation fee: $4    Min. 15

 

Greet & Eat

Tuesday, February 23, 10:00 a.m.
Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Join us for our winter Greet & Eat social! Miller’s Health Systems of greater Fort Wayne will serve a continental breakfast and offer opportunities to win prizes. Greet & Eat is held quarterly and it’s free! ABC Exercise and Cardio Flex fitness classes are held on the same morning, so why not fit a little fitness in before or after the social? Pre-registration is required by February 16 for the Greet and Eat. Call 427-6460 to sign up. Space is limited.

 

Tuesday Movies 

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Join us for an afternoon at the movies! Most features are recent releases or popular classics. Admission is FREE, however, we do require pre-registration by the Monday prior to the movie. Show time is 1:30 p.m. Space is limited. Please call 427-6460 by the Monday prior to each movie to reserve your seat. Tuesday movies are sponsored by Miller’s Health Systems of greater Fort Wayne.

February 2............................ Call of the Wild

February 16.......................... Emma


Book Sales

February 9-11

8:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m.

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Book sales are open to the public and feature hardback books, paperbacks, magazines, CD’s and DVD’s at low prices. Donations are always welcome, so bring in your old and gently used books! 


Spring Programs

 

Monday Luncheons

Bring a friend or two and join us for these special Monday luncheons. We will be social distancing and requiring masks until lunch is served at 11:30 a.m. We are also offering the lunch boxed so that it can be picked up and enjoyed at home. Paid reservations (non-refundable) are required by 4:00 p.m. the previous Wednesday. Ages 50+. Min. 15.

Monday, March 15, 11:30 a.m.

“St. Patrick’s Party”

Supporting Sponsor:

Canterbury Health and Rehabilitation

Reservation fee: $4

Monday, April 19, 11:30 a.m.

“Spring Fever”

Supporting Sponsor: Coventry Meadows

Reservation fee: $4

Monday, May 17, 11:30 a.m.

“Flower Power”

Reservation fee: $4


Greet & Eat

Tuesday, May 25, 10:00 a.m.

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

This fun and social program is sponsored by Miller’s Health Systems of greater Fort Wayne. They will be serving a continental breakfast and offering opportunities to win prizes! This “Greet & Eat” is free to participate and will be offered quarterly. ABC Exercise and Cardio Flex fitness classes are held the same morning, so plan to get a little work out in before or after! Pre-registration is required by May 18. Call 427-6460 to sign up. Space is limited and masks are required.


Book Sales

March 9-11, April 6-8, May 11-13

8:00 a.m.-7:30 p.m.

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Book sales are open to the public and feature hardback books, paperbacks, magazines, CD’s and DVD’s at low prices. Donations are always welcome, so bring in your old and gently used books!


Tuesday Movies

Community Center, 233 W. Main St.

Join us for an afternoon at the movies! Most features are recent releases or popular classics. Admission is FREE, however, we do require pre-registration by the Monday prior to the movie. Show time is 1:30 p.m. Space is limited. Please call 427-6460 by the Monday prior to each movie to reserve your seat. Tuesday movies are sponsored by Miller’s Health Systems of greater Fort Wayne.

March 2               Ride Like a Girl

March 16             Playing with Fire

April 6                  Wildlife

April 20                Hope Gap

May 4                  Think Like a Dog

May 18                Fisherman’s Friends

 

 

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2021 Senior Games

June 7-24, 2021

Save the date! The 2021 Senior Games will be in June of 2021. More than 500 active senior adults participated in the 2019 Senior Games. Mark your calendar and start “training” now for the 2021 Senior Games. Registration packets will be mailed in April. Call 427-6462 to be placed on our mailing list. 

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The Community Center Plants Produce in Raised Beds 


Yearly our raised beds are planted with nutritious produce. A nutritionist from the Purdue extension office teaches nutrition classes and shows us how to use the produce.  Pictures above show 
how to pick the herbs, Chinese cabbage, and spinach.

 

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Volunteer and Instructor Opportunities

The Community Center offers numerous opportunities for people of any age to join our family of over 180 volunteers. As a Community Center volunteer you will find satisfaction in being of service to the community, develop your interests and make new acquaintances. You may volunteer on a regular weekly schedule, occasionally as needed or share your skills by teaching a class. Please call 427-6461 for more information. Examples of volunteer positions include:

Information Desk Staff

Fitness & Conditioning Coordinator

Excursion Tour Escort

Book Sale Assistants

Senior Games Coordinator

Craft Coordinators and Assistants

Volunteer and Paid Special Interest Class Instructors

Cleaning Assistants

AARP Tax Preparers (February-April, training in January)

Computer Lab Assistants and Instructors

Special Events Helpers

Music Education

Shuffle Board League Coordinator

Brain Teaser Leader

Pinterest Instructor

Bingo Caller

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Computer Classes

Check out the complete list of Computer Classes offered and register today!

 
Computer Lab

The Community Center Computer Lab is open to the public and staffed by a volunteer on Thursdays 10:00 am-12:00 pm. High speed Internet is provided by Indiana Data Center.

Lab fee: $1/hour.

Copies are 10¢ single side and 15¢ double side for black and white and 15¢ single side and 25¢ double side for color.  Photo prints are: $.35 for 4 x 6 and $1.50 for 8.5 x 11.

 

  

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