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A Matter of Balance
with Megan Day & Kaitlyn Johnson
Many older adults experience a fear of falling. People who develop this fear often limit their activities, which can result in physical weakness, making the risk of falling even greater. A Matter of Balance is a program designed for community-dwelling adults age 60 and older to increase activity levels and reduce the fear of falling. If you are concerned about falls, have sustained falls in the past, or are interested in improving your flexibility, balance and strength, this class is for you.
Beginner Line Dancing
with Debbie Pennesi
Come stomp, slide and grapevine with us! Line dancing is a fun way to get moving with great music and easy to follow dance patterns. Step-by-step line dances will be taught in this four-session beginner class. No partner or previous dance experience required.
Beginner-Plus Line Dancing
with Debbie Pennesi
Ready to take your line dancing skills to the next level? This class will start with a traditional beginner style of learning and reviewing dances with three to four distinct movements. As the class progresses, participants will learn additional movement and dance combinations. No partner necessary. *No class on July 4th.*
Brain Health As You Age
with NCMA Providers
Do you ever wonder if you should be taking the latest fad supplement or whether it is more important to play brain games or go for a walk? Participants will learn about how micronutrients, hormones, sleep, diet, exercise and other lifestyle factors impact brain health and will learn about testing that can help identify areas where support or change are needed for a specific individual to maintain healthy brain function.
Concussions and Teens: What You Should Know
with Moriah Grant
Concussions can affect teens differently than adults, and with school, sports and extracurricular activities, it's important to know what to look for. Join Moriah Grant, OTD, OTR/L, to learns about symptoms, treatment and the latest guidelines for handling concussions in teens.
Container Gardening for Beginners
with Megan Day
Maybe you'd like to try gardening but don't think you have enough space, time or energy. Think again! Container gardening is an easy way to test out your green thumb, whether you have lots of outdoor space, just a patio or even a window sill. Join us to learn the basics of container gardening, discover the wide variety of things you can grow inside (or out) and take home a seedling to plant in your own container garden. You'll be eating your own fresh vegetables and herbs in no time!
with Kaitlyn Johnson
Going off to college? Living on your own for the first time? New to the kitchen? This class is just for you. We'll cover the basics of the kitchen and learn how to make some amazing meals on a tight budget.
Dance Explorers (Age 7-11)
with Katie Tranzillo
Dancing is a universal language and a fun way for your children to get moving. In this four-week class with Katie Tranzillo, your child will have his or her dance passport stamped as they learn the dances of different countries and cultures around the world.