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The Senior Pipeline July 2013 Vol. 5 Issue 8
Lakewood Village Retirement Lexington Place Nursing & Rehabilitation Lion Hospice Mark McCune, Keller Williams Realty North Hills Hospital Parc Place Retirement Seniors Helping Seniors Shield Awards & Promotions Smile Donuts
Upcoming Events Frozen Friday! Fashion Design Class Annual Luau and Member Mixer Northeast Senior Jamboree Irish Splendor Tour Visit Randy Foster’s blog at: http://stardustbyrandy.blogspot.com/ Cecil Kearney’s Hurst Senior Center blog at: http://hursttech.blogspot.com/ and http://hsc-pix.blogspot.com
Check out the Calendar for NEW events and programs! Get Active and Get Involved! A publication from the Hurst Senior Citizens Activities Center
Senior Pipeline Tidings...
By: Maurine LeCocq, Senior Center Journalist I recently had the privilege of visiting with a group of ladies who meet every Wednesday at the Senior Center to make Caring Covers. Some of these ladies are knitters, some crochet. Their goal is to make something for others to let that person know someone cares about them during a time of stress, illness, concern, sadness, etc. They don’t just volunteer their time here at the Senior Center, they take their projects home and spend additional hours in order to complete their project. The ladies of Caring Covers make three different styles of prayer shawls; triangular, oblong, and rectangular. They also make baby covers, afghans, and hats. The projects they were working on the day I visited, were all different, yet each was incredibly beautiful. I could see that a lot of love and care was going into each one. Several of these ladies have been knitting or crocheting for 40-50 years. Others are new to the craft. Rhonda Tackett, Peggy Johnson, and Roxanne Granlund are left handed and have to transpose patterns they intend to make. I didn’t know that patterns are all printed right handed. Rhonda and Roxanne use the European method of crocheting which requires less wrist action. Barbara Johnson showed me the Caring Covers supply room. Let me tell you, these ladies have been very busy. They have several tubs of completed projects to draw upon when a need
arises. Best of all are the plastic containers they have organized by color and type of yarns that have been donated to the Senior Center. Any time you are cleaning out your yarn at home, and wonder what to do with that extra yarn, bring it to the Senior Center. You can be assured it will be used for a worthwhile project for others. Since February 2012 these ladies have given out 39 Caring Covers. Each cover is hand delivered in a custom sewn bag designed and made by Carolyn St. Clair. Jane Stiles helps out with delivering the Caring Covers when needed. Rachael Jackson, Barbara Johnson, and Shirley Fink were the organizers of this group and it hasn’t taken long for others to find their home with these wonderful ladies. Carolyn Campbell recently joined them and is very excited to be a part of this group. As one of the ladies said, “It’s a hug to whoever receives one of these.” If there is someone at the Senior Center who you think might need a prayer shawl, or one of the other items these ladies make, please give that information to a staff member and they will pass it on to the ladies making the Caring Covers. Kudos to volunteers Carolyn Campbell, Shirley Fink, Roxanne Granlund, Rachael Jackson, Barbara Johnson, Peggy Johnson, Carolyn St. Clair, Jane Stiles and Rhonda Tackett for the gifts they provide to our Senior Center Family during a special time of need.
MEMBERSHIP at the Senior Center is required and is open to Seniors ages 55 & over.
Senior Center Staff
Hurst Residents Non-Residents
$20 per year $5 day pass $80 per year $10 day pass
Operating Hours: Monday-Wednesday, 7 am - 7 pm Thursday, 7 am - 9 pm Friday, 7 am - 7 pm Closed Saturday & Sunday
Linda Rea Michelle Varley Laura Gore Linda Provence Ron Beall Diana Conway Barbara Humphreys Elaine Wicker
Director Activities Coordinator Senior Secretary Asst. Activ. Coordinator Part-Time Attendant Part-Time Attendant Part-Time Attendant Part-Time Attendant
Hurst Senior Citizens Activities Center 700 Heritage Circle Hurst, Texas 76053 817.788.7710 www.hursttx.gov
Walking Group (14 laps make a mile!)
Mon. & Wed. & Fri. 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Billiard’s Room Member Organized Play Mon. & Thur. 8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Novice Play Tues. & Thur. 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Tournaments (sign up required) See calendar for schedule Chicken Foot Tue. & Fri. 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Tai Chi for Arthritis (DVD) Mondays 9:00 am - 10:00 am
Yoga for Beginners (DVD) Mondays 11:00 am - 11:30 am
Richard Simmons - Sweatin’ to the Oldies(DVD) Mondays & Wednesdays 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Texercise (DVD) Tue. & Thur. 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Richard Simmons - Silver Foxes (DVD) Tue. & Thur. 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Tue. & Thur. 12:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Walk Away the Pounds (DVD)
Hand & Foot Canasta
Wednesdays 6:00 pm - 6:45 pm Fridays 1:00 pm - 1:45 pm
Tues. & Thur. 2:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Mah Jongg Mondays 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Wednesdays 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Ping Pong Wednesdays & Fridays 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Yoga for the Lower Back (DVD) Fridays 9:45 am - 10:15 am
Richard Simmons - Disco Sweat (DVD) Fridays 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Qigong (DVD) Fridays 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
Tue. & Thur. 9:00 am - 11:00 am Mondays 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Fridays 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
Pinochle Tue. & Thur. 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Pickle-Ball Mondays 1:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Puzzles Check the library for the latest jigsaw puzzle
Skip Bo Mondays 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Wii Play Mondays 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Ceramics & Wine Bottles* Tue. & Thur. 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
Coupon Clique Tue. & Thur. 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Open Glass Fusion* 2nd Tue. 2:00 pm & 3rd Thur. 6:00 pm
Knot-a-Lot Wednesdays 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Open Quilting Tuesdays 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
* With the exception of Ceramics, Wine Bottles & Glass Fusion, open activities generally do not require a fee.
Monthly Social and Special Events DANCES - Join us on the 2nd & 4th Thursday nights of the month at 7 pm in the Multipurpose Room for a great night out! Come to dance the night away or just listen to some fabulous music! Live Band and light refreshments. Dances are $5 at the door and open to Seniors from all over the Metroplex. Invite your friends! July 11
Country Dance - Classic Country
Sockhop - Sundown
MOVIE & MUNCHIES (95001Q 5/75/MP) Friday, July 5, 1 pm Once a month (typically the 1st Friday) we offer a current movie with “munchies” - including popcorn, drinks, and a snack for only $3. This month’s feature is “Skyfall”, starring Daniel Craig as agent 007. 007 becomes M’s only ally as MI6 comes under attack and a mysterious new villain emerges with a diabolical plan. James Bond’s latest mission has gone horribly awry, resulting in the exposure of several undercover agents, and an all-out attack on MI6. Meanwhile, as M plans to relocate the agency, emerging Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee, Mallory, raises concerns about her competence while attempting to usurp her position and Q becomes a crucial ally. Now the only person who can restore M’s reputation is 007. Please sign up in advance. BIRTHDAY PARTY (95006Q 6/75/MPN) Wednesday, July 10, 3 pm Let us honor you on your special day. It doesn’t have to be your birthday to attend, the party is open to all Senior Center Members. Please sign up at the front desk. FREE! Sponsored by Lakewood Village Retirement.
BREAKFAST CLUB (95015Q 10/50/MPN) Friday, July 19, 8:30 am Wake up and get up to the Senior Center for a hearty breakfast. Enjoy fresh made waffles, sliced ham, juice and coffee. Fresh fruit sponsored by Dancing Rivers Grapevine. Seating limited. $3 per person. VIETNAMESE COOKING DEMO (95088Q 3/20/MPN) Friday, July 19, 11:00 am Join Bich Nga as she shares how to make chicken salad the Vietnamese way. Each participant will receive the recipe and a sample to taste. Be sure to check out the Vietnam Memorabilia on display throughout the Senior Center. FREE! FROZEN FRIDAY, Fridays at 3:00 pm The much anticipated Frozen Friday is back! Stop by the multi-purpose room kitchen window this summer for a FREE! frozen treat every Friday through August 31. Treats will vary and sugar free options will be available upon request. No sign up necessary.
CREATIVE ARTS Basic Drawing (91088Q 3 / 1 2 / C RB ) Mondays, July 1 - 29, 9 - 10 am Learn basic drawing techniques. Bring your own sketchbook and pencils. Instructor: Arlene Taylor, $30/mo. Continuing Drawing (91025Q 3/12/CRB) Mondays, July 1 - 29, 10 am - 12 pm Class for those with basic experience. Bring your own sketchbook and pencils. Instructor: Arlene Taylor, $30/mo. Crochet for Beginners (91098Q 1/10/SB) Thursdays, July 11 - 25, 6 pm Class is designed to encourage beginners, but instructor will work with all levels. Learn to read patterns and make granny squares. Bring your own 4 ply yarn, “H” hook, yarn needle and scissors. Instructor: Rhonda Tackett. $20/month. Crafting for HSAC (91094Q 1/10/CRB) Friday, July 5, 10 am Join the staff as they work to create quick and easy items to sell at the 2013 Craft & Holiday Market. Proceeds from the sale of the items will benefit the Senior Center. Crafty Corner I (91049Q 1/10/CRB ) Monday, July 8, 2:30 pm Celebrate July 4th with a rag quilt pillow in a flag design. Instructor: Diana Conway. Instructor fee $5. Supply fee $10 Bead Mania I (91048Q 1/10/CRB) Monday, July 15, 2:30 pm Create a unique wirewrapped bangle bracelet. Instructor: Diana Conway. Instructor fee $5; Supply fee $8. Crafty Corner II (91057Q 1/16/LC) Monday, July 22, 2:30 pm Button and lace gift box. Instructor: Diana Conway. Instructor fee $5. Supply fee $10. Bead Mania II (91056Q 1/10/CRB ) Monday, July 29, 2:30 pm Add some bling to your life with a mosaic bead ring. Instructor: Diana Conway. Instructor fee $5; Supply fee $5. You Can Paint with Oils (91074Q 6/15/SA) Friday, July 26, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm Paint “Arboretum Landscape with Palette Knife” in one inspiring lesson. Bring paper towels and wear old clothes. Instructor: Susan Gardens. Supplies provided. $15 instructor fee, $18 supply fee.
Glass Fusion (91073Q 1/10/CRB) Wednesday, July 3, 1 pm Learn to cut glass and more as you create a pendant for a necklace. Limit 2 pieces per class ($5 additional piece). Instr: Staff $15 class fee. Writing Group (94064Q 1/15/CRB) Thursdays, July 11 - August 29, 10:30 12:30 pm Creating poetry, short stories and novels; rewriting and editing. Understanding copyright laws and plagiarism. Do you need an illustrator and/or agent? Marketing, publishing? Bring pen/pencil, paper, eraser and imagination! Feel free to drop in and see what we have going on. $30 for 8-week session. Instructor: Victoria Pedersen. Quilter’s Choice (91024Q 1/12/SB ) Mondays 10 am - 1 pm Project of the month: “Underground Rail Road Quilt.” Supply list provided the first day of class. Instructor: Margaret Leatherwood. $25/mo. Quilter’s Lab (91078Q 1/12/SB) Tuesdays 10 am - 1 pm Instructor assistance w/your project. Instructor: Jan Cook. $25/mo. Beginner Quilt Making (91047Q 1/12/SB) Wednesdays 10 am - 1 pm Learn to quilt with “Bright Beginnings” pattern. Instructor: Jan Cook. $25/mo. Flange Binding (91099Q 1 / 1 2 / S B ) Thursday, July 18, 6 pm Pick up supply list at sign up. Instructor: Jan Cook. $10 Open Wine Bottles (91054Q 1/20/SA) Tuesdays & Thursdays from 9 am 1 pm. Bring your own bottle(s), then decide what you want to make. Lamps require a $3 cutting fee and a light kit. Decals available at an additional charge. Instructor: Debbie Smith $5 monthly fee. Open Ceramics (91001Q 1/20/SA) Tues. & Thurs., 9 am - 1 pm. Bring your own ceramics supplies. Kilns on site. Instructor: Debbie Smith. $5 monthly fee. Open Glass Fusion (91092Q 1/10/CRB) 2nd Tue. at 2 pm & 3rd Thur. at 6 pm. Staff facilitated use of the Senior Center jewelry kilns. Use your own materials. Participants are required to have taken the Glass Fusion class at least once. The Senior Center and/or staff is not responsible for outcome of fired pieces. $5 monthly fee.
FUN, GAMES & GROUPS Potluck BINGO! (95002Q 5/75/MP ) Thursday, July 4, Closed for the Holiday. Sorry, no Potluck Bingo this month due to the holiday. Billard’s Corner Must sign up to play in organized games. 9-Ball Tournament/Singles (95078Q 8/24/BIL) Friday, July 12, 11 am Sign up early. $3 per person. Award ribbons sponsored by Shield Awards & Promotions. 8-Ball Tournament/Doubles (95029Q 8/16/BIL) Friday, July 26, 11 am Sign up early. $3 per person. Prizes and refreshments sponsored by Hurst Plaza Nursing & Rehabilitation. Ladies Powder Puff Pool (95079Q 8/16/BIL) Wednesday, July 31, 2 pm Join Barbara Humphreys for a fun afternoon of friendly, semi-competitive play just between girls. No prizes, just bragging rights! Sponsored by Seniors Helping Seniors. FREE! Aircraft & Helicopter Science Group (95031Q 1/30/CRB) Thursday, July 18, 2 3 pm Join Bob Shultz and this group interested in promoting science and math to public schools and boy scouts. FREE! Sing-a-Long (94043Q 1/30/SA) Monday, July 1, 3 pm Come sing to good old country, rock’n roll, and gospel songs! Lyrics shown on TV screen. FREE! Texas Hold’em Tournament (95007Q 1/24/MPS) Wednesday, July 24, 2 - 4 pm Prizes, food & fun! Sponsored by Mike Smith, Custom Fit Insurance. FREE! Open Wii Play - ALL DAY Mondays, 10 am - 6 PM. Join us in Studio A for a variety of Wii Games throughout the day! No experience necessary. FREE!
Grief Support (94036Q 1/15/CRA) Thursday, July 25, 10 am This group is for those dealing with the loss of a loved one and meets on the fourth Friday of each month. Sponsored by Lion Hospice and facilitated by Dr. Joanne Pryor-Carter, LPC. Happy Hatters’ Meeting (95040Q 1/75/MP) Thursday, July 11, 10 am Join “The Happy Hatters of Hurst” as they travel to Fort Worth to tour the Cowgirl Museum and enjoy lunch . Meet at the Senior Center at 10 am for a brief meeting and then we will carpool to our destination. $2 donation for the “Hatters’ Fund” can be paid at meeting check in. Wear your red hat! Bingo in the Afternoon (95058Q 5/75/MP) Wednesday, July 17, 2 pm Join us for an exciting afternoon of B-I-N-G-O! Light refreshments and beverages provided. Please sign up in advance. Prizes sponsored by Parc Place Retirement. FREE! Volunteers We are always looking for people to teach classes, share a talent or expertise, start a new game group, set up, keep up and clean up around the Center and more. Hours are based on your availablity. Volunteer opportunities are listed in the Volunteer binder located at the front desk or you can be added to our monthly e-mail group. Contact Michelle Varley or Linda Provence at the Senior Center to get involved. Caring Covers Our Senior Center members are like a close-knit family. So when one of our members is sick, has lost a loved one or is just having a rough time of it, we want to reach out to them. Our Knot-a-Lot group wants to share their “knotted” creations with those that need to know someone cares. Please advise the front desk staff if you know of a fellow member who is in the hospital, grieving or feeling down, so that a “Caring Cover” prayer shawl can be shared with them.
EDUCATION/SEMINARS/TRAVEL BP Check 1st Wednesday of the month, 10 - 11 am Stop by the front lobby and get your blood pressure checked by a licensed nurse and visit with Shelly Cone, Marketing Representative for Hurst Plaza Nursing & Rehab. FREE! Anderson Audiology 4th Friday of the month, 10 - 11 am Ask questions, get answers and have your hearing aid batteries changed. Sponsored by Anderson Audiology. Show & Tell (Front Lobby) Tuesday, July 2, 9 - 11 am Stop by and visit with Addie Wohl as he shares his unique collection of stamps, 1950’s National Geographic Magazines and rare coins. Do you have a collection or something that others might find interesting? Contact Michelle to schedule a date and time for your Show and Tell. Genealogy (94033Q 1/16/offsite) Monday, July 8, 10 am - 3 pm This month, join Tresa Tatyrek at the Grapevine Library for a special presentation on “Tennessee Genealogy Resources, Virtual and Real”. Bring a brown bag lunch and plan to spend the day. FREE! Dr.’s Health Talk (94056Q 1/25/SA) Wednesday, July 10, 2 pm Come hear our guest physician, Dr. Candice Lovelace a staff surgeon from North Hills Hospital. Dr. Lovelace performs a full spectrum of plastic and reconstructive surgery including eyelid lifts which is often covered by Medicare. Please visit her website at www.newleafplasticsurgery.com to find out more about her practice and services. FREE! History of Aircraft (94030Q 1/20/CRB) Wednesday, July 17, 2 pm NASA, the early years. Two part presentation consisting of the selection and training of Astronauts followed by the flight of the Friendship 7. FREE! Book Club (94078Q 1/20/Conference) Monday, July 15, 3:00 pm Do you enjoy reading? Join Elaine Wicker as she leads this new group that will meet once a month. At each meeting readers will discuss the likes and dislikes of the book and then select a new book to read the next month. This first meeting will be comprised of introductions and suggestions of books to read. Bring a list of titles and authors. Please sign up at the front desk. FREE! CPR Training (94072Q 1/6/SA) Monday, July 22, 1:30 pm Class includes hands on instruction in CPR and training on how to use an AED. Participants will receive an AHA certification card. Instructor: Gerald Campbell. Instructor fee $35; Optional supply fee $12 if you wish to purchase a copy of the book used in class. Tours NOW open for registration! Check the Travel Desk for details. Gotta Go Tours: The Big Apple, August 10 - 16, 2013 Gotta Go Tours: Cottages, Coves, Cruising & the Cape, August 31 - September 6, 2013 Gotta Go Tours: Louisiana and Mississippi Tour, September 29 - October 4, 2013 Gotta Go Tours: Southern Holiday Tradition, December 3 - 8, 2013 Collette Tours: Irish Splendor (94067M), November 5 - 12, 2013 Collette Tours: Rockies Rail Highlights (95087P), April 27 - May 4, 2014
FITNESS/HEALTH/WELLNESS Open Fitness Fitness room with all the latest equipment for your workouts. For your protection, you must wear closed toed shoes with rubber soles when using the fitness room. Please limit equipment use to 30 minutes at a time. Orientation required before use. See calendar for Tuesday and Friday orientation schedules. DVD Exercise Classes Join friends and come to these FREE DVD led classes with staff participation. See the “Open Activities” schedule for days and times. Registration is not required. Yoga Classes Yoga attempts to balance mind and body via physical postures, controlled breathing, relaxation and meditation. Improve balance, flexibility, strength and more. Classes are designed for all levels. Bring a yoga mat. Hatha Yoga (92035Q 3/25/MPS) Tuesdays, 2:30 pm. Instructor: Janet Swain. FREE! Yoga Therapy (92052Q 3/15/MPS) Tuesdays, 5:00 pm. Instr: G. Shelton. $16/4 classes. Yoga Private Sessions By appointment. Sign up at front desk. Instr: G. Shelton $35/hr. Line Dancing Join Instructor Barbara Albright on Thursdays for FREE dance classes. Beginners Line Dance (92054Q 5/30/MP) 1 –1:45 pm - Entry level line dancing class. Intermediate Line Dance(92055Q 5/30/MP) 1:45 - 2:30 pm - Some experience is good. Couple Dance (92056Q
Fri., 7/12, 10 am Learn a variety of partner dances. FREE!
Zumba Gold (92001Q 5/30/MP) Mon’s & Wed’s, 10 - 10:45 am. Latin inspired fitness dance class designed specifically for seniors. $40/10 sessions (within 6 months). Hawaiian Dance Lessons (92047Q 1/20/MPN) Wednesdays, 11 am. Class includes a variety of traditional Hawaiian dances and brief history lessons about Hawaii. Class members can participate in our annual Luau event in August. Instructor: Stephanie Mahelona. FREE! Belly Dance Lessons (92046Q classes. (No class on July 16th.)
Tuesdays, 1 pm. Instructor: Candi Miller. $10/4
Tai Chi (92049Q 3/20/MPN) Wednesdays 9 - 9:55 am. Chinese system of slow meditative physical exercise designed for relaxation, balance and health. Instructor: David Hyland. FREE! Fit Start I Exercise Class Tuesdays (92036Q 5/30/MPS), Thursdays (92058Q 5/30/MPS), 9 am & Wednesdays (92063Q 5/30/MPS), 5:45 pm. Instructor led fitness class designed for those just starting to exercise and also for those with low mobility. Please bring a bottle of water with you. Tue $12.50/5 classes; Wed $12.50/5 classes; Thur $7.50/3 classes. Fit Start II Exercise Class (92050Q 5/30/MPS) Wednesdays, 9 am. Class is for those ready to move to the next level in their fitness. Class will include floor exercises. Please bring an exercise mat and a bottle of water with you. $12.50/5 classes. Personal Training Interested in getting personal training? See Gerald Campbell. $35/hr. Chair Massage (PoS) Wednesdays 10 am - 11 am Massage benefits include: stress relief, immune system boost, improved circulation, muscle pain relief and more. Appointment is required, see front desk. Therapist: David Hyland. $1 per minute.
COMPUTER CLASSES Open Computer Lab Tuesdays, 9-10 am. Instructor available to assist with topics from the classes offered at the Senior Center. No specific class instruction. Sign up not required. FREE! Get to Know a Computer (93017Q 1/8/LC) Wednesdays, 10 - 11 am Class for those who have never used a computer. Become familiar with the mouse, keyboard and basic functions of using a computer. Instructor: Laura Gore. (Please note class will not meet on July 17.) FREE! On l in e Ba n ki n g (9 30 40 Q 1 / 8 / L C ) Tuesday, July 30, 10 - 11 am Learn how to save time by banking online. Manage your accounts, order products and pay bills and more. Sponsored by Wells Fargo. Instructors: Brian Hayes and Christopher Martinez. FREE! Navigating
Medicare Website (93031Q 1/16/LC) Tuesday, July 16, 10 - 11 am Learn how to use the Medicare.gov website to answer your Medicare questions, get u s e f u l information, compare plans and more. Instructor: Mike Smith, Custom Fit Insurance. FREE! Scanning Assistance (Front Lobby) Tuesdays, 10 - 12 pm Do you have documents or pictures that you would like to have saved in a digital format? Benny Rasberry will be available Tuesday mornings (or as long as needed) to help you get your document scanned and saved. Be sure to bring a flash drive. No sign up is required. FREE!
Private Computer Lessons (93005Q 1/1/ LC) By Appointment Do you need just a little one on one assistance with a computer issue? Do you prefer an individual lesson over a group lesson? Do you have a specific task you are trying to do or program you want to master? Make an appointment for a private computer training session. Instructor may vary depending on topic or area of desired training. $5 for 30 a minute session. Multiple sessions may be purchased at one time. Please sign up at the front desk and then a trainer will contact you to schedule your training session.
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8:30 Sign-ups 9:00 Fit Start I 9:00 Basic Drawing 9:00 Computer Lab 10:00 Continuing Drawing 9:00 Show & Tell 10:00 Open Wii Play ALL DAY 10:00 Quilter’s Lab 10:00 Quilter’s Choice 10:00 Scanning Assistance 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 1:00 Belly Dance 1:00 Pickle-Ball 2:30 Hatha Yoga 3:00 Sing-a-Long 5:00 Yoga Therapy
9:00 Basic Drawing 10:00 Continuing Drawing 10:00 Open Wii Play ALL DAY 10:00 Quilter’s Choice 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Genealogy (Grapevine) 1:00 Pickle-Ball 2:30 Crafty Corner I
9:00 Fit Start I 9:00 Computer Lab 10:00 Quilter’s Lab 10:00 Scanning Assistance 1:00 Belly Dance 2:30 Hatha Yoga 5:00 Yoga Therapy 6:00 Fitness Orientation (92025)
9:00 Basic Drawing 9:00 Fit Start I 10:00 Continuing Drawing 9:00 Computer Lab 10:00 Open Wii Play ALL DAY 10:00 Quilter’s Lab 10:00 Quilter’s Choice 10:00 Navigate Medicare Web 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Scanning Assistance 1:00 Pickle-Ball 1:00 Belly Dance - Canceled 2:30 Bead Mania I 2:30 Hatha Yoga 3:00 Book Club 5:00 Yoga Therapy
9:00 Basic Drawing 9:00 Fit Start I 10:00 Continuing Drawing 9:00 Computer Lab 10:00 Open Wii Play ALL DAY 10:00 Quilter’s Lab 10:00 Quilter’s Choice 10:00 Scanning Assistance 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 1:00 Belly Dance 1:00 Pickle-Ball 2:30 Hatha Yoga 1:30 CPR Training 5:00 Yoga Therapy 2:00 Crafty Corner II 6:00 Fitness Orientation (92026)
9:00 Basic Drawing 9:00 Fit Start I 10:00 Continuing Drawing 9:00 Computer Lab 10:00 Open Wii Play ALL DAY 10:00 Quilter’s Lab 10:00 Quilter’s Choice 10:00 Online Banking 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Scanning Assistance 1:00 Pickle-Ball 1:00 Belly Dance 2:00 Bead Mania II 2:30 Hatha Yoga 5:00 Yoga Therapy - Canceled
9:00 Tai Chi—Free 9:00 Fit Start II 10:00 Blood Pressure Checks 10:00 Get to Know a Computer 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Chair Massage - Canceled 10:00 Beg. Quilt Making 11:00 Hawaiian Dance Lessons 1:00 Glass Fusion 5:45 Fit Start I
9:00 Tai Chi—Free 9:00 Fit Start II 10:00 Chair Massage 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Beg. Quilt Making 10:00 Get to Know a Computer 11:00 Hawaiian Dance Lessons 2:00 Dr.’s Health Talk 3:00 Birthday Party 5:45 Fit Start I
9:00 Tai Chi—Free 9:00 Fit Start II 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Chair Massage 10:00 Beg. Quilt Making 10:00 Get to Know - Canceled 11:00 Hawaiian Dance Lessons 2:00 Bingo in the Afternoon 2:00 History of Aircraft 5:45 Fit Start I
9:00 Tai Chi—Free 9:00 Fit Start II 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Chair Massage 10:00 Beg. Quilt Making 10:00 Get to Know a Computer 11:00 Hawaiian Dance Lessons 2:00 Texas Hold’em 5:45 Fit Start I
9:00 Tai Chi—Free 9:00 Fit Start II 10:00 ZUMBA Gold 10:00 Chair Massage 10:00 Beg. Quilt Making 10:00 Get to Know a Computer 11:00 Hawaiian Dance Lessons 2:00 Ladies Powder Puff Pool 5:45 Fit Start I
4 CLOSED For Holiday
9:00 Fit Start I 10:30 Writing Group 10:00 Happy Hatters’ Meeting 1:00 Beg. Line Dancing 1:45 Inter. Line Dancing 6:00 Crochet for Beginners 7:00 Dance - Country
9:00 Fit Start I 10:30 Writing Group 1:00 Beg. Line Dancing 1:45 Inter. Line Dancing 2:00 Aircraft & Helicopter 6:00 Crochet for Beginners 6:00 Flange Binding
9:00 Fit Start I 10:30 Writing Group 10:00 Grief Support 1:00 Beg. Line Dance 1:45 Inter. Line Dance 6:00 Crochet for Beginners 7:00 Dance - Sockhop
10:00 Crafting for HSAC 1:00 Fitness Orientation (92027) 1:00 Movies & Munchies 3:00 Frozen Friday
10:00 Couples Dance Class 11:00 9-Ball Tournament 1:00 Fitness Orientation (92028) 3:00 Frozen Friday
8:30 Breakfast Club 11:00 Vietnamese Cooking 1:00 Fitness Orientation (92029) 3:00 Frozen Friday
9:30 You Can Paint w/Oils 10:00 Anderson Audiology 11:00 8-Ball Tournament 1:00 Fitness Orientation (92030) 3:00 Frozen Friday