Our activities and fun program always has something great going on. Whether it's a lineup of interesting classes to participate in, or watching a musical, the activities program has something for everyone to be involved in.
We believe in creating experiences! Activities, classes, and various other fun events give everyone the chance to participate and grow.
Whether you are interested in taking an art class, yoga class, going on a day trip with friends, learning about technology, or renting a bike to cruise Main Street, we have something for you!
Bicycles are available during the Summer season! We have eight bikes and two 3-wheelers available. Stop by the front desk to check one out. Thank you to the Elks Lodge for providing these for your enjoyment!
There are many wonderful single day excursions and multi-day trips planned for 2017! Find more information about travel here: Travel and Day Trips
Our Activities program goal is to enhance the mental and physical health of those involved!
Community Partner Activities
At the YMCA
417 N. Jefferson 674-7488
Diabetes Prevention: This program helps adults at high risk for developing Type 2 diabetes reduce their risk by taking steps that will improve their overall health and well-being. This program can reduce the number of new cases of type 2 diabetes by 58%, and 71% in adults over the age of 60.
Enhanced Fitness class: Which is an evidenced based class that uses simple, easy-to-learn movements that motivate individuals with arthritis to stay active throughout their lives.
Lorna Brooks Indoor Tennis
Cloud Peak Lanes
Senior Tennis Class Saturdays 10:00—11:00 a.m.
The Lorna Brooks Indoor Tennis facility is under used and could use more participation. We would supply rackets and balls. The cost is $40.00 per month for four 1 ½ hour sessions. Call Jane Perkins, Director of Fun, at the Senior Center, Tue—Fri for information: 672-2240.
Bowling at Cloud Peak Lanes 1520 Coffeen Ave. Questions? Call 672-7459. Senior League meets every Wed at 1:00 p.m. $10 buys you three games and shoe rental. Sign ups are not necessary.
Ridge McKinley, Senior Center volunteer, is your point person.
Below you will find examples of just some of the activities that you can become involved with here at the Senior Center! If you would like to see a calendar of what activities are currently being offered, you can view our Center Stage Newsletter, which includes a list of this quarter's activities and classes! Some activities, events, and classes do require early sign up, which can be done through calling the Senior Center and speaking to our friendly front desk staff or by visiting us in person!
* Some activities will be effected by the current construction project. *
- Table Tennis
- Poker / Texas Hold-em
- Burgers & Bluegrass
- Day Trips
- Special Evening Events
Health and Fitness
- Exercise Classes
- Tai Chi
- Creative Writing
- Choir - "The Sheridanaires"
- Senior Theatre
You can find a full schedule of activities here: Mar./Apr./May Schedule.pdf
Want to know more about how to get involved? Feel free to call the Senior Center and speak with Jane Perkins or Jean Harm, our Activities Director and Associate! 307-672-2240