Fall 2021 Activities & Events
- Arts & Performances
- Youth Recreation
- Learn to Swim
- Adult Athletics
- Group Exercise
- Tennis & Pickleball
- Nature Education
- Senior Activities
- Senior Events
- Senior Fitness
Takeoff Arts & Music Festival
Thursday, September 9 through Sunday, September 12
Coppell Arts Center
Kaleidoscope: A Celebration of Art and Culture
Saturday, October 16
Get Pumpkined by The CORE
Monday, October 18 through Friday, October 29
Trick or Treat on the Trails
Saturday, October 23 from 11 am - 1 pm
Biodiversity Education Center
Trunk or Treat
Saturday, October 23
Saturday, November 6 from 11 am - 1:30 pm
Biodiversity Education Center
Sunset Socials: Date Night
Saturday, November 6
Contactless Document Shredding
Saturday, November 13 from 8 am - Noon
Coppell Service Center
Gobble Wobble 5K
Saturday, November 20
Fa La La La Lights & Display Contest
Wednesday, December 1 through Saturday, December 25
Lighted Parade & Holiday Tree Lighting
Saturday, December 4
Join us for a free evening of live music on the Grove at the Coppell Arts Center! Food trucks will be on-site to purchase food and beverages. All ages welcome!
Saturday, September 25 at 7 pm
Come enjoy the sounds of the Texas Gypsies, performing the “Vintage Jazzy Swingin” cool hep cat sounds of the Great Gatsby era 1920s, mixed with the Big Band Swing sound of the 1930s and ’40s! Combined with a taste of its sister sound, Western Swing, a sprinkle of Django style Gypsy Jazz, and a pinch of Retro Deco Rockin Roll, the Texas Gypsies deliver a unique and fun show!
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Make & Take Crafts
1st Saturday of the Month
How about a fun, creative start to the weekend? Bring your family to the Arts Center one Saturday each month for free make-and-take craft workshops. Stop by any time from 9 am to noon to create your craft.
Coppell Community Orchestra
Sunday, October 17 at 3 pm
All Ages - Enjoy an afternoon of music with the Coppell Community Orchestra as they showcase their talent in their annual fall concert. Prior to performance start time, The Mr. Cooper Group Lobby Gallery opens one hour prior and Main Hall doors open 30 minutes prior. Concessions will be available for purchase before the performance and during intermission.
Sunday, December 12 at 3 pm
All Ages - Get into the holiday spirit with the Coppell Community Orchestra as they perform festive favorites 6during their annual holiday concert! Prior to performance start time, The Mr. Cooper Group Lobby Gallery opens one hour prior and Main Hall doors open 30 minutes prior. Concessions will be available for purchase before the performance and during intermission.
Coppell Community Chorale
Saturday, October 23 at 7 pm
Sunday, October 24 at 3 pm
All Ages - The Coppell Community Chorale presents their fall showcase, “Legendary”. Prior to performance start time, The Mr. Cooper Group Lobby Gallery opens one hour prior and Main Hall doors open 30 minutes prior. Concessions will be available for purchase before the performance and during intermission.
Children's Chorus Fall Concert
Saturday, November 6 at 7 pm
All Ages - Delight in the voices of the Coppell Community Chorale’s Children’s Chorus as they showcase their talents in this year’s fall concert. Prior to performance start time, The Mr. Cooper Group Lobby Gallery opens one hour prior and Main Hall doors open 30 minutes prior. Concessions will be available for purchase before the performance and during intermission.
Saturday, December 11 at 7 pm
All Ages - Join the Coppell Community Chorale for an evening of festive music as they present “All Spruced Up”. Prior to performance start time, The Mr. Cooper Group Lobby Gallery opens one hour prior and Main Hall doors open 30 minutes prior. Concessions will be available for purchase before the performance and during intermission.
Thanksgiving Camp Do-It-All
November 22 - 24
Ages 6 - 12 - Do the turkey trot over to Camp Do-It-All for Thanksgiving break camp! Swim at The CORE, go on a great field trip, participate in entertaining activities, and make memories with friends! Sign up for the three-day week or drop in for a day. Campers should bring lunch, swimsuit, and towel daily. Snacks will be provided. Camp hours are 7 am to 6 pm.
Holiday Camp Do-It-All
December 20 - December 31
Ages 6 - 12 - Have fun over the holiday break at Camp Do-It-All! Go on field trips, participate in entertaining activities, and make memories with friends! Sign up for the full two weeks or drop in for a day. Campers should bring lunch daily. Snacks will be provided. Camp hours are 7 am to 6 pm (7 am to 5 pm on Friday, December 31).
Arts & Interests Camps
Adventures in Art Camp
Ages 5 - 13 - Let the creativity flow! Practice fine art techniques and how to expand imaginative thinking. Use different mediums, including heavy acrylic, light acrylic, watercolor, oil pastel and charcoal, create beautiful paintings drawings. Please bring a roll of paper towels & daily snack. We recommend wearing an old t-shirt.
Instructor: Robert Garden School of Art
Game Design and Development with Roblox Camp
Ages 5 - 14 - Code and design your own game in Roblox! Participants bring their own device (laptop or iPad). If you do not have a device, please let the instructor know in advance.
Instructor: Wize Academy
Journey in Minecraft Camp
Ages 5 - 14 - Build and code in Minecraft! Travel to the Nether but watch out for zombies and creepers. Participants bring their own device (laptop or iPad). If you do not have a device, please let the instructor know in advance.
Instructor: Wize Academy
Arts & Interests
Public Speaking & Leadership
Ages 10 - 17 - Build confidence and the talent it takes to speak in front of peers! Learn skills to develop a style of public speaking, time management, and listening skills.
Instructor: Inspiration Masters
Engineering and Robotics
Ages 5 - 16 - Are you the engineer of tomorrow? Program three to five bots and debug real-time bots, applying the concepts learned in class. Use that knowledge to transition into the world of electrical engineering and robotics with LEGO® WeDo and LEGO Mindstorms.
Instructor: Wize Academy
Adventures in Art
Ages 5 - Adult - Let’s get creative! Learn imaginative thinking and real fine art techniques. Create beautiful artwork using acrylics, watercolors, oil pastels, and charcoal. Class focuses on landscapes, seascapes, animals, and florals. Please bring a roll of paper towels & daily snack. We recommend wearing an old t-shirt.
Instructor: Robert Garden School of Art
Soccer Skills Academy
Ages 2 - 12 - Dazzle with amazing footwork! An ‘all ball’ approach fosters skill improvement and builds player confidence. Learn how to perfect skills such as dribbling, passing, shooting, and teamwork from a USSF National Level coach. Please bring water daily. Practices held indoors.
Instructor: Soccer Sparks
Ages 5 - 12 - Hoop it up! Learn the fundamentals of basketball in a structured environment with lots of encouragement and a big emphasis on individual basketball skill development. Prepare for league play through participation in skill-building drills designed to enhance balance, movement, and hand/eye coordination.
Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy
Ages 7 - 12 - Bump, set, spike! Learn the basics of volleyball through drills and exercises focusing on passing, setting, hitting and serving. Beginner and intermediate players will develop fundamental skills through game-speed drills and daily scrimmages.
Instructor: Skyhawks Sports Academy
Ages 7 - Adult - Birdies are flying! Beginners can learn the basics while experienced players can take it to the next level. Develop competency playing this fantastic neuromuscular sport while having fun!
Instructor: Texas Badminton Academy
Hot Shots Self Defense
Ages 4 - 17 - Prepare, recognize, and respond! Learn the value of personal protection and safety awareness as well the emotional and psychological foundations vital to protecting oneself. Develop self-confidence, awareness skills, and safety tactics to avoid common threats such as stranger danger and bullying.
Table Tennis: Beginner
Ages 5 - Adult - Grab your racket! Learn the basics, knowledge, techniques, skills, and rules of table tennis all while combining fitness, competition, and entertainment. Benefits of playing include the prevention and treatment of myopia, increased mental health, coordination improvement and stress reduction.
Instructor: Grapevine Table Tennis Club
Table Tennis: Intermediate/Advanced
Ages 5 - Adult - Take your game to the next level! Learn advanced strokes, constructive footwork, game strategies, loop, and forehand/backhand technique. Improve technical movements, attacking and pulling skills all while combining fitness, competition, and entertainment. Pre-requisite: Satisfactorily completed the beginner class and/or with coach’s recommendation.
Instructor: Grapevine Table Tennis Club
Learn to Swim
Ages 3 - 6 - Welcome to the water! This class is designed for Preschool age children. Work on the basics of swimming such as blowing bubbles, front and back floats, kicking, arm movements and basic pool safety. FREE for Coppell residents.
Ages 5 - 14 - Jump in! This class is for beginner swimmers and requires no prior experience. Skills taught include front and back floats, front and back glides, elementary backstroke, front crawl, backstroke and pool safety. FREE for Coppell residents.
Ages 5 - 14 - Start making waves! This class is designed for children who have successfully completed the Beginner level and builds on fundamental skills learned, with additional focus on rhythmic breathing and strokes.
Ages 5 - 14 - Now you’re swimming! This class is for graduates of Advanced Beginner. Swimmers continue to work towards mastering the front crawl, breaststroke and backstroke while beginning the dolphin kick and treading water.
Ages 5 - 14 - Become a swimming superstar! This class is designed for the advanced swimmer who has successfully completed Intermediate level. Continue to work on technique and endurance for strokes.
Coppell Crocs Swim Team
Ready to take your swimming to the next level? Swim team training focuses on developing endurance, stroke technique, effective breathing and proper flip turns.
Wednesdays, October 6 thru November 17
Ages 16+ - Fun is in the bag this fall at our new Adult Cornhole League! Team up with a friend or coworker and sign up as a team for friendly (but a little competitive) play! All games will occur at MacArthur Park, 400 S. MacArthur Blvd. Boards and bags are provided by Coppell Parks & Recreation. $100 per team
Group Exercise Classes
Group Exercise classes are a large part of the fitness experience at The CORE! If you are a CORE Member, in-person and virtual classes are included in your membership fee. A variety of in-person classes are available to non-members.
View the current group fitness exercise schedule.
Adult - A swimming blend of cardio and resistance training incorporating resistance tools such as buoyant water weights and noodles.
Adult - Ready to lunge, squat, crunch, push up, and plank yourself to a new level of fitness? A fusion of barre progressions with yoga and Pilates in a unique, full-body workout. Flexibility, core strength, balance and elements of HIIT combine in this challenging conditioning class. Resistance bands, Pilates mini-balls and hand weights will be used at the barre and on the mat.
Adult - A fusion of Latin and International music creates a dynamic, exciting and effective workout.
Adult - A fun, high-energy fitness class! Perform dynamic folk dances and contemporary Bollywood movements while listening to the hottest music from all over India.
Adult - Focus on core stabilization as well as individual muscle groups. All movements are integrated with balance, strength and flexibility.
Dumbbell Strength Training
Adult - An all-inclusive workout using bodyweight and dumbbells to strengthen and tone your entire body.
Adult - Exercise efficiently with a rigorous interval training sequence featuring high-intensity exercises. HIIT builds cardiovascular fitness while improving muscular strength and endurance. This class combines resistance training with plyometric moves to improve your strength and power.
Power and Cardio Circuit
Adult - Use weights, bands, balls, benches, gliders and bursts of cardio intervals to help increase your strength cardio and overall fitness!
Adult - Get a full-body workout emphasizing form and proper body alignment to increase strength, muscle tone, flexibility, coordination and balance!
Adult - Sweat, stretch and strengthen in one low-impact, body-sculpting workout. Crank up the intensity and speed of traditional Pilates and yoga to help shape and strengthen your body without equipment.
Adult - Spin classes are a great cardiovascular workout! Pedal through hill climbs, sprints, and many other challenging drills and exercises. All levels welcome.
Adult - Burn serious calories and get an awesome aerobic workout that gets the heart pumping. Bonus: tone those thighs like nobody’s business!
Stretching & Meditation (50+)
Adults 50+ - A class to help improve and maintain your body’s mobility by stretching using a chair, straps and a mat. Class concludes with guided meditation.
Adult - High-intensity interval training that increases endurance, strength, speed and weight loss.
Adult - Heart rates will soar with a dynamic blend of running, jump squats and calisthenics through multiple rounds of strength and cardio work.
Adult - A mind and body connection that aids in stress relief, improved breathing, mental focus, balance and flexibility.
Zumba®, Zumba® Toning
Adult - A combination of Latin rhythms and resistance training that sculpts the body while burning fat.
Youth Recreation Tennis
Do you have a beginner-level player looking for an introduction to tennis? Come out and learn the basics! Coaches utilize the “Quickstart” method by using modified courts, balls, racquets, and drills. Learn basic techniques, motor skills, court positioning, terminology, and more! Register for class based on age. Class times will vary based on interest and instructor availability. Parents involved at no extra cost for Tennis for Tikes program.
Select age range to register:
Tennis for Tikes -Ages 8 & Under
Tennis for Tweens - Ages 9 - 12 1/2
Tennis for Teens - Ages 12 1/2 - 15
Youth Tournament Classes
Experience-Based • Players with tournament experience, look no further! Wagon Wheel has you covered. Using your Universal Tennis Rating (UTR), placement into a tournament group class is a breeze! Instructor approval is needed to register. More information about UTR ratings. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for more information.
Tournament Rating 1.0 - 1.9
Tournament Rating 2.0 - 2.9
Tournament Rating 3.0+
Ages 16+ - Drop in and enjoy a combination of calorie burning and fun! Primarily for intermediate players with an NTRP rating of 3.0-4.0 or who can rally consistently, manipulating the tennis ball with various speeds and spins. Contact the Pro Shop for details and to let us know you are coming! Class times vary based on interest and instructor availability.
League Team Tennis Drills
Ages 18+ - Need to work out the doubles kinks? Wagon Wheel has numerous adult teams! Email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com for information regarding team drills.
Pickleball for Beginners & Rookies
Ages 18+ - New to pickleball or want to brush up on your game? Learn basic techniques, rules of the game, and get instructor guidance during slower-paced matches.
Pickleball Open Play
Ages 18+ - Pickleball Open Play is open to all levels of play. The format of play is non-fixed partners with rotational play after each game and in a social, semi-competitive environment. Players should be able to keep score and understand the basic rules and format of pickleball play.
Pickleball After Dark
Ages 18+ - Want a social semi-competitive game at Wagon Wheel Tennis & Pickleball Center? Enjoy an evening of pickleball with friends! Every 3rd Saturday of the month. Play formats will vary and all levels are welcome. Please contact 972-393-5687 for more details and/or to register.
All Ages - Private and semi-private lessons are available. Please contact WWTPC for more information regarding scheduling and rates.
On the Trails
Geology Jam Trail Day
Saturday, September 18 from 11 am - 1 pm
All Ages - What did Coppell Nature Park look like 100 million years ago? There is a lot of fossil evidence in the park! Unearth the unique history behind the prehistoric organisms that roamed North Texas long ago. Learn about various forms of prehistoric wildlife and how they were influenced over time by the changing environment. Drop-in to learn about a theme in nature by exploring activity stations on the trails. Maps are provided. Please arrive with enough time to complete activities before the closing time. Trail Days are free and do not require registration.
Learn to Fish with TPWD
Saturday, September 25 from 1 pm - 5 pm
Ages 12 - Adult - Get a new angle on angler fishing from Texas Parks and Wildlife! Learn the basics of fishing, including what equipment is best, tying knots and assembling tackle, casting and fishing skills, fish identification and habitats, and more!
Saturday, December 4 from 11 am - 1 pm
All Ages • Join the BEC for a high-tech, family-friendly treasure hunt! Discover how to utilize GPS on personal mobile devices to locate hidden treasures throughout the trails of Coppell Nature Park. A series of GPS coordinates will guide participants to each prize! Registration is required and children must be accompanied by an adult. Costs apply per child.
Sponsored by Friends of Coppell Nature Park
2nd Saturdays from 9 am - 10 am
Our local ecosystem is full of natural wonders. Venture out on a guided hike with the Friends of Coppell Nature Park. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Hikers are asked to wear protective clothing and bring a water bottle.
Myths of Mother Nature
Saturday, September 11 from 10 am - 12 pm
All Ages - Have you ever wondered, “Can you get warts from touching frogs? Can a snake smell with its tongue? Do female tarantulas always eat their mates?” Spend time with All About Animal’s Cindi Cavallini and her fun and friendly animals to learn the answers to these questions and more!
Geology & Fossils of Coppell Nature Park
Saturday, October 9 from 10 am - 12 pm
All Ages • Just in time for National Fossil Day on October 13! Dr. David Goodner, geology instructor at North Lake College presents his thoughtful, hands-on tour of the nature park describing the geology of our area and the fossils that comprise the specific geological history of the park.
Native Feathers and Fur
Saturday, November 13 from 10 am - 12 pm
All Ages • Carol Garrison of John Bunker Sands Wetlands will share insights and information about our favorite Texas native feathered and furry friends and the folklore of how they came to be that are sure to leave you with a smile.
Full Moon Hike
Saturday, December 18 from 7 pm - 9 pm
Adult • Join Amy Martin, local author and North Texas Master Naturalist, and explore Coppell Nature Park after dark. Find out the meaning of the December full moon and why it’s also called the Cold Moon or the Yule Moon. To fully engage the senses, flashlights will not be allowed.
Saturday, September 4 from 10 am - 11 am
Adult • Calling all nature lovers! Interested in assisting with educational programming offered at the BEC, including Trail Days and other events? Come to Volunteer Orientation to learn about the history of the BEC and Coppell Nature Park and discover how to utilize the City’s online volunteer system to track your volunteer hours. Find the opportunity that best fits your schedule, interests and skills!
Saturday, September 4 from 1 pm - 3 pm
Adult • Interested in taking volunteering to the next level? Become a docent! Docents are adult volunteers who receive additional training which qualifies them to take a leadership role by facilitating activities unsupervised by staff. Docents assist with Trail Days, Scout programs, guided hikes and school field trips.
Artists & Creating
Knit Wits Fiber Arts Group
Tuesdays at 1 pm
Where fiber arts, service, and friendship meet! Grab your sewing, knitting, or crocheting accouterments and join the kindly camaraderie while crafting items for donation every week.
Art House Acrylic Workshops
Cards for Kindness: Easel Cards
Wednesday, September 15 at 1 pm
Learn one easy card fold that can create at least five unique cards. No special tools required! You will need to supply 4.25" x 5.5" or 5" x 7" (card sizes A2 and A7) cardstock paper, decorative paper, embellishments, glue, and paper cutter.
Cards for Kindness: Easy Card Layouts
Wednesday, October 20 at 1 pm
Learn five easy card layouts that are sure to be used over and over! You will need to supply 8.5" x 5.5" cardstock, 4" x 6" designer paper, paper cutter, bone folder, adhesive, circle cutter, sentiment stamp, ink pad, and ribbon.
Cards for Kindness: Trifold Accordion Card
Wednesday, November 17 at 1 pm
Learn three ways to create a card using a trifold accordion design. You will need to supply 11" x 5.5" cardstock, 4" x 5.25" designer paper, paper cutter, bone folder, adhesive, die-cut label, sentiment stamp, and ink pad.
Listen & Learn: Medicare 101
Monday, September 13 at 10 am
Join David Ramcharan of United Healthcare as he provides information on Medicare benefits and 2022 updates.
Financial Friday: Time Matters - A Woman's Outlook on Retirement
Friday, September 17 at 11 am
Jack Carpenter of Edward Jones shares perspectives on financial concerns facing women who are getting ready for or have recently transitioned to retirement. Discover retirement income strategies, how to prepare for the unexpected, and how to handle the rising costs of healthcare and long-term care.
Workshop: Medicare 101, Part 1
Monday, October 4 at 10 am
Join Heather Parker of AmeriLife for part one of a two-part series that will cover Medicare basics and long-term care.
Financial Friday: Script Your Family's Future - Why You Need an Estate Plan
Friday, October 15 at 11 am
Understand the important role of a well-executed estate plan and how it can ensure that a good fiscal strategy stays on track with Jack Carpenter of Edward Jones.
Workshop: Medicare 101, Part 2
Monday, October 18 at 10 am
Join Heather Parker of AmeriLife for part two of a two-part series that will cover final expenses and annuities.
Beginning Genealogy: Starting with the Basics
Friday, October 22 at 11 am
Discover genealogy and a new part of personal history! Learn the basic principles and best methods for searching for ancestors, what pedigree charts are, and how to complete family tree charts.
Beginning Genealogy: Websites of Importance to All Genealogists
Friday, October 29 at 11 am
Dig deep into familial history and explore 10 websites all genealogists should be using and how to navigate them to get the best results.
Wednesday, November 17 at 10 am
Explore the benefits of the all-in-one Medicare Advantage Prescription Drug (MAPD) program with Blue Cross Blue Shield. Find out what it takes to qualify and how to enroll.
Financial Friday: Simplify Your Spending and Saving Strategies
Friday, November 19 at 11 am
Sharpen your spending and saving strategy with advice from Jack Carpenter of Edward Jones. Learn about the basics of budgeting and the importance of managing credit and debt.
Ask the Expert: Got Questions on Health Insurance?
Thursday, December 2 from 10 am - 12 pm
Karen Travit from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Texas will answer questions on health insurance. Understand next steps with health insurance or simply find out if you are on the right track! No appointment needed.
Financial Friday: Rules of the Road
Friday, December 10 at 11 am
Move toward your financial goals with Edward Jones's 10 Rules of the Road to investing. Jack Carpenter of Edward Jones will help you understand the rules and how these fundamental concepts of investing and potential strategies might help build wealth.
B12 Happy Hour
Monday, September 1 from 10 am - 12 pm
Monday, October 6 from 10 am - 12 pm
Monday, November 3 from 10 am - 12 pm
Monday, December 1 from 10 am - 12 pm
Get an extra boost! Choose between Methylcobalamin B12 (helps with fatigue, stress, mental clarity, allergies, and sleep quality) or Lipotropic MIC B12 (helps with depression/anxiety, hardening of arteries, and breaks down fat). No appointment needed, while supplies last. Injections provided by ProSalutem.
Methylcobalamin $20 cash $21 credit
Lipotropic MIC $35 cash $36 credit
Monday, September 27 at 1 pm
Monday, October 25 at 1 pm
Monday, November 29 at 1 pm
Monday, December 20 at 1 pm
Fitness isn’t just about squats, lunges, and cardio – it’s also about staying mentally nimble. Join us as we engage the brain in thinking tasks to help build brain connections. Think of it as “Cranium Cardio”. Remember more, concentrate better, and think sharper, while having fun in the process! This program will be on Zoom and in person at the Senior Center.
1st & 3rd Mondays at 3:30 pm
Join the fun in a game of Trivial Pursuit! Set back an hour of your time, visit with dear friends and have some fun.
Texas Hold'em Tournament
Wednesday, September 8 at 12 pm
Wednesday, October 13 at 12 pm
Wednesday, November 10 at 12 pm
Wednesday, December 8 at 12 pm
Enter our popular Texas Hold’em Tournament and place your bets! Limited to the first 48 participants. Lunch not provided. Participants are encouraged to bring their own meal to eat prior to playing. Participants must arrive by 11:45 am or call the Center to cancel their spot. Registration is required a week before play.
Mah Jongg Group
Mondays 1:00 pm
Join us for a game of Mah Jongg, a tile-based game that was developed in China. Collect winning sets of tiles, similar to card games such as gin rummy. Registration not required.
Wednesday 9/15 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Guest caller: Mila Rodriguez from Las Brisas Rehabilitation and Wellness Suites of Irving
Wednesday 10/20 1:00 - 2:00 pm
Guest caller: Kristy Moore from Home Instead Senior Care in Coppell
Get those dollars ready and join our guest callers for an afternoon of Bingo fun! $1 per card. Registration not required.
Fallpalooza Harvest Party
Join a certified personal trainer for one-on-one training. Advance registration is required.
Tai Chi-Yang Style
Mondays at 10:30 am
Yang Style is gentle and slow-moving to improve balance, flexibility, and reduce stress. No experience needed, suitable for limited range of motion. Wear loose-fitting clothes and flat-bottomed shoes.
Tuesdays at 11 am
Zumba is a Latin dance class that is energetic and designed to get you movin' with Salsa, Merengue, and Cumbia. Come join the party!
Tuesdays & Thursdays at 9:30 am
Increase flexibility and stability of the spine by strengthening your core with pilates. This exercise helps improve movement, posture, and strength. Bring your own mat.
Wednesdays at 9:30 am
Move your body through a series of yoga poses to increase flexibility, balance and range of motion. Chair support is offered. Wear fitness shoes with good support. Bring your own mat.
Thursdays at 11 am
Move your body through a complete series of seated yoga poses. Postures are designed to increase flexibility, balance, and range of motion. Wear fitness shoes with good support.
Balance and Strength
Thursdays at 4:00 pm
Use weights, balls, bands and chair support to help build mobility and strength. Class concludes with guided meditation.
Indoor Walking at The CORE
Monday - Friday from 9 am to 10 am
Start the day with a walk around The CORE’s indoor track! Members may use the indoor track during posted times. All participants must be a member of the Senior Center and check-in at the front desk. To use other facility amenities, CORE day passes must be purchased.
Aquacise at The CORE
Tuesdays & Fridays at 9:30 am
Aquacise is back! All current members are invited to attend aquacise at The CORE. Participants must show their Senior Center member card at the front desk.