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April 27, 2024
312 S. Front Street
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Wilderness Station at Barfield Crescent Park
Migration: Students will be introduced to the seasonal movements of animals as they migrate from one region to another. Focused hands-on activities will explore the migratory patterson of animals in the Middle Tennessee region. Space limited, PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED via online or via the Wilderness Station. For ages 5-8.
Migration: Students will be introduced to the seasonal movements of animals as they migrate from one region to another. Focused hands-on activities will explore the migratory patterns of animals in the middle Tennessee region. Sign up via the link or at the Wilderness Staton. For ages 9-12.
Patterson Park Community Center
Patterson Park Community Center Gym
Our Homeschool PE classes are designed for ages 8-15 and consist of various physical education activities while promoting good health, sportsmanship, group participation and socialization.
Registration required via link.
$10 sibling discount.
What are you doing after school? Join us a Patterson Park weekdays for sport activities, enrichment programs, field trips, homework help, snacks and more! Afternoon snack provided daily. Call or email for more information. Sign up at PPCC front desk. For ages 8-12.
Give back to your community! Come out for a friendly walk down the Greenway where we will pick up litter and improve our favorite walking path. We will meet at the Thompson Ln Trailhead. Call or email for more information.
The Washington Theatre
Theatre technology program with hands on application of behind the scenes aspects of theatre operation; such as sound, props, lighting, and stage managing. The class will conclude with the students as an integral part of the performance of Annie JR.
St. Clair Senior Center
Are you now or do you know of a caregiver that
is caring for a loved one? This series will be highly
beneficial to them. Lee Ann Hyatt, RN, BSN, has years
of experience in providing education/support and
working with family caregivers of persons living with
Alzheimer’s and/or any kind of dementia disease. A
variety of helpful topics presented will aid and assist
Limit 15 Room 301