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December 2, 2023
401 Volunteer Road
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Patterson Park Community Center
Short intense bouts of strength and cardio training followed by short periods of rest. This style of training helps the body burn calories and fat throughout the day.
Have some fun after the holiday and join us for self-guided hands-on activities that help you explore science in the wilderness. There will be several stations that each offer different learning opportunities. For more information, call or email the Wilderness Station!
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.
St. Clair Senior Center
This intermediate to advanced exercise class focuses on strength, balance, cardio, core, and range of motion. Limit 35 Room 105
Gentle yoga for seniors that is suitable for beginning
to intermediate level. You must be able to lie down
and stand up without assistance for this class. Mats
are provided or you may bring your own.
Cost: $10/ month Limit 25 Room 206
If you are an active adult looking for a modified Zumba
class that recreates the original moves of Zumba
that you love at a lower intensity, this class introduces
easy to follow Zumba choreography that focuses
on balance, range of motion and coordination.
Limit 25 Room 204
St Clair Street Senior Center
Focuses on building strength and increasing flexibility and range of motion. Great class for beginners or those who haven’t exercised in a while. You must sign up for all classes due to the limited number of spaces available. For ages 60+. Limit 45. Meets in Room 105.
Fitness training to help learn to perform and improve
daily tasks with ease as we age. It includes exercises
that mimic the movements of daily activities.
Walking, squatting, bending, pushing, and pulling
for example. Three key elements of functional fitness
for aging are balance, mobility, and strength.
Limit 20 Room 204
Focuses on building strength and increasing flexibility and range of motion. Great class for beginners or those who haven’t exercised in a while. You must sign up for all classes due to the limited number of spaces available. For ages 60+. Limit 30. Meets in Room 204.
This class focuses on internal core stability, balance and range of motion. The purpose is to train the internal core (center of gravity) and improve balance
and stability. Exercises will be done seated and standing.
Limit 30 Room 204