Loading...
October 2013 Living 50Lake Oswego Adult Community Center www.ci.oswego.or.us/ACC 50+LivingNovember / December 2013 Lake Oswego Adult Community Center Contents Ongoing Activities 2 Cultural 2 What’s for lunch? 3 Support Groups 3 Dr Chyrelle Martin 3 Computer & Technology 4 Travel 4 Short & Sweet Trips 4 Health and Wellness 4 Coats and Toys for Kids Hope Community Church has invited the ACC to help collect new or gently used coats in addition to new toys this holiday season So donate today and bring a little joy and warmth to a girl or boy! Coats and toys can be dropped off at the ACC, 505 G Avenue, during regular business hours Your gifts will serve local families first then families in the region. VIEWS Conversations on Aging VIEW (Volunteers Involved for the Emotional Well-being of Seniors) provides free workshops on topics important to older adults The following interactive conversations provide a forum for discussion as well as a chance to explore new possibilities and resources The Elder Journey What new perspectives have you formed through your life? What brings meaning and purpose to you now? Come and join us for a thoughtful discussion about the new roles that appear for you as you enter this next stage of life No Cost Registration required by 10/11 VIEWS Peer Counselors Cedar 10:00-11:30a W 10/16 Holiday Wellness The Holidays are meant to be a time of joy and sharing As our lives change over the years, our holiday experiences may not always live up to our expectations Join us to identify what is important to you about the holidays and explore ways to bring those things into your celebrations this year Reduce stress and focus on the things that bring meaning and joy No Cost Registration required by 11/8 VIEWS Peer Counselors Cedar 10:00-11:30a W 11/13 The GateKeeper Program Clackamas Resource Connection Presentation Gatekeepers play a pivotal role in helping older adults and adults with disabilities who may be isolated either by choice or due to health conditions Although these people would benefit from assistance, they may not know where to find help or may be too scared or prideful to seek it Please join Clackamas County’s GateKeeper Coordinator, Margaret McNamara, and Clackamas Resource Connection’s April Bundy on Thursday, November 7, from 10 to 11 a m at the ACC, to learn how these programs work together for you and fellow community members In addition, obtain resources and services needed to become more independent, socially active, and healthier No registration required Gatekeepers are people who come in contact with older adults and adults with disabilities on a regular basis, either through work, volunteer activities or in their personal life. New Member Profile Welcome Kenneth Bush Like many of our members, Kenneth continues to maintain a thriving career while knowing that he wanted to create opportunities to meet new people He chose the ACC “I have met interesting people there (ACC) It is a matter of going somewhere with a purpose to it.” Kenneth impressed staff his first day at the ACC with his enthusiasm and high energy Kenneth had known about the Adult Community Center from his wife, JoAnn, who was active in the ACC Hiking Group and enjoyed outings to Oaks Bottom After he lost JoAnn three years ago, Kenneth began to realize he wanted to increase his circle of acquaintances While he stays very busy at his Woodburn RV Park and with other commercial ventures, one day when his Lake Oswego office was being painted he decided to stroll to the nearby ACC He had lunch and decided to join Asked what he would like to see the ACC offer, Kenneth said: “It would be nice if (the ACC) were open on Saturday and Sunday, with the same kind of things (there are) during the week - lectures and other ways to meet people ” Thank you for the suggestions, Kenneth, and in the meantime, we are glad you had your office painted so you could get a break to come and visit us! Introducing LOACC Computer and Technology Volunteer Joy Strull Joy Strull arrived in Lake Oswego due to a recommendation from a college friend who told her “it’s like a mini Lake Tahoe ” Joy and her husband also found it a great place to launch careers and raise their daughter Joy’s work as an infrastructure engineer kept her busy, busier than she wanted to be, so eventually she left that job to spend more time with her daughter Then she found the ACC’s Computer Learning Center “on a fluke.” She saw the computer and technology classes as a place she could apply her skills and stay current When asked, Joy willingly took on the challenge of coordinating instructors and, instead of just teaching a few classes, found herself using her skills to build on what had been created Joy brought new offerings like Facebook, Freecycle, Craigslist and more to the ACC She was also key in promoting the classes through marketing in local print media Joy promotes the classes for all ages as a great way to learn “For people who don’t want to ask their kids or grandkids for help, the ACC classes are a great way to learn People leave with a sense of empowerment ” A memorable event during her time teaching? “ The classes are always fun and the students make it worth the time involved to pull the materials all together and teach There is one funny story that came to mind: “I think it happened during the 2nd facebook class taught a few years back The class size was large at 10-12 students As usual, I went around the room and asked all to briefly explain why they were taking the class A petite white-haired woman was the last to respond With a twinkle in her eye she says that she is 80+ years old and was taking the class to find a boyfriend using facebook For 2-3 seconds there was an awkward silence then giggles from the class She then turned to all and says ‘Well, I'm not dead you know ’ We all roared ” For people who don’t want to ask their kids or grandkids for help, the ACC classes are a great way to learn. Human Services AARP Safe Driving Program This six-hour driving course is designed to refine existing skills and develop safe, defensive driving techniques Call 503-635-3758 for prices 1:30-4:30p Tu/Th 11/12 & 11/14 Tu/Th 1/7 & 1/9 SHIBA One-on-One Appointments On November 21, SHIBA volunteers will be at the Adult Center for one-on-one meetings with individuals who want to explore changing their supplemental provider during Medicare Open Enrollment or who want to make sure they are getting their maximum benefits. To schedule an appointment or for additional information, call SHIBA at 503-655-8269 Membership & Participation While membership is not required to participate in most programs, Adult Community Center members do receive priority registration, discounted fees and complimentary event tickets Memberships for residents of Lake Oswego are: $40 single or $55 per couple per year For non-residents, the cost is $50 single or $75 per couple per year For more information, please call 503-635-3758 Lake Oswego Adult Community Center 505 G Avenue Lake Oswego, OR 97034 503-635-3758 Living 50+ Ongoing Activities Lake Oswego Weekly Walkers Explore various parks such as Tryon Creek, Foothills, Willamette Park and more at a comfortable pace Participants meet in the ACC lobby prior to departure Saturday morning group meets at George Rogers Park lower lot at 9:30 a m For more information, contact Krstl Robbins 503-635-0041 Robbins/Bollman ACC: Lobby 9:15a-11:30a M/W/S ongoing Duplicate Bridge The purpose of the tournament is to provide an opportunity for all to play competitive duplicate bridge in the company of your own peers Membership required Contact Jeannette Roberts/Volunteer Coordinator at 503-620-5036 Roberts ACC Room: Alder 1-4p M ongoing Pre Arranged Tuesday Bridge Membership required Contact Sharon Paz/Volunteer Coordinator, at 503-636-9757 Paz ACC Room: Dogwood 12p Tu ongoing American Mah Jongg Open Play This group is for experienced players Interested players are asked to pre-register in advance by calling the ACC This helps our volunteers coordinate the afternoon Lewis ACC Room: Birch 1-4p W ongoing Pinochle We welcome experienced players, but anyone with an earnest desire to learn can be accommodated For more information, call Tom Thomas at 503-744-0562 Interested players are asked to pre-register in advance by calling the ACC This helps to coordinate the afternoon ACC Room: Willow 1-3p W ongoing Current Events An interactive open forum where participants discuss politics, science, arts, business, education, timely books, city planning, and other topics of the day An annual membership of $30 to SSI is required Senior Studies Institute WEB (West End Building) 1-3p W ongoing Scrabble For participants who enjoy the game of words Interested players are asked to pre-register in advance by calling the ACC This helps coordinate the afternoon Hamilton ACC Room: Willow 1-3p Th ongoing Creative Hands This group of volunteers works cooperatively with handicraft projects Projects are made from donated materials which are then turned into useful items that are donated to various non-profit organizations. Walk-in. Petrequin ACC Room: Dogwood 9:30a-12p Th ongoing Thursday Bridge and Social Group Membership required Contact Jeanne Fox/Volunteer Bridge Coordinator at 503-344-6941 Fox ACC Room: Birch 1-4p Th ongoing Quilters In Stitches If you have an unwanted quilt or a family quilt that you would like finished, the Quilters are here to help. Proceeds benefit the ACC. Anyone interested in quilting is welcome to join the group Each month a quilt is put on display for everyone to enjoy Aden ACC Room: Birch 9a-2p F ongoing Jottings from 5th and G All enthusiastic writers and inspired authors are invited to join this group of talented contributing writers who submit weekly articles to the Lake Oswego Review Lots of discussion and good exchanges Interested writers call the ACC for more information. Meets first Friday of each month Parsons ACC Room: Cedar 1-2p F 11/01 & 12/06 Lakewood Theater Presents – Inspecting Carol This hit backstage comedy treats audiences to the thrill of watching an ill-fated play going horribly wrong Pre- registration required Membership Required 7:30p Th 10/31 Lakewood Theater Presents – Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap The mistress of mystery sparkles with the long-running and cunning whodunit Pre- registration required Membership Required 7:30p Th 1/09 If circumstances, such as lack of registration, require a program to be cancelled, the ACC will attempt to notify participants and refund all fees. Participant cancellations require notification to the ACC at least three business days before the beginning of the program to receive a refund. A $5 processing fee will be retained by the ACC for participant cancellations. Registration begins on Monday, October 14, for members Non-member registration begins Monday, October 21 Cultural Holiday Gift Workshop There is a basic human urge to be creative and actually physically make something, especially during the holiday season A craft activity break gives you the space to fulfill that part of you and create an array of unique hand-crafted items If you want some time away amongst beautiful surroundings, breathe the clean air of Lake Oswego, then look no further than an ACC Crafty Break! Make a special gift for someone or adorn your home with something special Rebecca will be there to lead the way to the Crafty Break you need Your friends and family will appreciate your beautiful work of art Enjoy a beverage, snack treat and entertainment too! Ages 18+ Harris ACC Room: Dogwood ACC Member $30/All Others $45 4822402 11a-2p Sa 12/7 Knitting for Beginners Want to start but need instruction? Bring size USA8 needles and a skein of yarn to learn with No class 11/29 Riley ACC Room: Spruce ACC Member $10/ Others $15 4822401 10-11:30a F 11/1-12/13 Intro to Guitar Do you want to play guitar? This fun course is designed to teach the basic fundamentals and techniques needed to play guitar in any musical style No class 11/27 ACC Member $60/All Others $75 Ages 18+ Hnatiw ACC: Dogwood 4834000 6-7p W 11/6-12/18 Vocals/Songwriting Learn the basics of proper vocal techniques, warm ups, and vocal health Then apply them directly to the songwriting process Spend your time learning the different forms of songs, exploring lyrics, and creating your own music No class 11/27 ACC Member $60/All Others $75 Ages 18+ Hnatiw ACC: Dogwood 4834001 7-8p W 11/6-12/18 Holiday Poetry Greeting Card Workshop It’s always a treat to find a poem in a greeting card and it makes the traditional holiday experience extra special and personal Next time you send a holiday hello, treat the addressee to a poem as well We’ll have ten handmade cards ready, and you can put a handwritten or typed poem directly into the envelope Staff ACC Room:Cedar ACC Member $10/ Others $15 4822403 10:30a-12p Th 11/21 Make a Holiday Smoothie! Add fresh produce to your morning and create a drink that aids digestion and adds energy to your life Using seasonal fruits and vegetables, this class will give you ideas about how to create great smoothies throughout the holiday season so you can keep feeling great! Peppermint, pumpkin, and even egg nog flavors add another dimension to a healthful and cheery beverage! Ages 18+ Klein ACC: Spruce ACC Members $21/All Others $32 4821604 6-7:30 p Th 12/12 Argentine Tango - Try It Out for Free! Nov 7, Thurs 5:30-6:30p Meet Amy Kluge, Argentine Tango Dance Instructor Check out this free experience One hour of fun will convince you that you can Tango too, and you’ll be wanting more! Argentine Tango 1A Come discover what all the buzz is about Argentine Tango! Our two-week series of classes provide an ideal introduction while also providing you with flexibility during your busy fall schedules Designed for a complete beginner, we’ll be exploring tango basics including walking, connection, musicality, and various turns as well as embellishments Sign up for either Series 1A or 1B, or combine them both for fun-filled four-week series Week 1 Series 1A: Introduction to tango (including walking, connection and musicality ) Week 2 Series 1A: Basic turns to the left and right Kluge ACC Room: Oak ACC Members $22/ Others $33 4826102 5:30-6:30p Th 11/14-11/21 Argentine Tango 1B Week 1 Series 1B: Introduction to tango (including walking, connection and musicality ) Week 2 Series 1B: Basic foot-catch turn and embellishments Kluge ACC Room: Oak ACC Members $22/ Others $33 4826103 5:30-6:30p Th 12/5-12/12 Registration is required for classes, trips and most special activities, unless otherwise specified in the description of the program. To register for any of the activities, classes or trips, simply call 503-635-3758. Fees must accompany registration. Woodman Chronicles Attention all moviegoers! Join us Fridays after lunch for a variety of comedy, intrigue and just plain fun Frank Woodman presents his hand- picked selection of movies Musical Duos 11/1 Babes in Arms (1939) 11/8 New Moon (1940) 11/15 On the Town (1949) 11/22 Royal Wedding (1951) 11/29 Center Closed Romance During Wartime 12/6 The Gang’s All Here (1943) 12/13 Thrill of a Romance (1945) 12/20 Christmas In Connecticut (1945) Woodman ACC Room: Acorn 1-3p F 11/01 – 12/20 Office Hours: Mon–Fri, 8am–6pm Building Hours: Mon–Fri, 8am–9pm Closed all major holidays. Living 50+ What’s for lunch? The ACC provides lunch on Monday, Wednesday and Friday at noon - eat in or take-out service For the monthly menu, please call 503-635-3758 or visit our website at www ci oswego or us/acc November 2013 Monday Wednesday Friday 1 Spinach salad Pork w/tomatoes and mushrooms Mashed potatoes Green beans Wheat rolls Pineapple upside down cake Served by: Lake Bible Church 4 Caesar salad Baked cod Potato wedges Zucchini Onion rolls Brownies Served by: Our Lady of the Lake Church 6 Tossed salad Bbq beef Baked beans Carrots Wheat rolls Pear spice cake Served by: Helping Hands 8 Asian slaw Teriyaki chicken Steamed rice Broccoli Pita bread Peach coffee cake Served by: Rotary 11 Closed - Veteran’s Day 13 Spinach salad Sole amandine Rice pilaf Peas and corn Focaccia Berry crisp Served by: Lake Grove Garden Club 15 Tossed salad Swedish meatballs Egg noodles Glazed beets Rye bread Ice cream Served by: Marge & Friends 18 Spinach salad Baked chicken Sweet potatoes Broccoli Rosemary rolls Custard Served by: LOMEA 20 Caesar salad Pork w/cranberry sauce Brown rice Cauliflower and carrots Onion rolls Ginger molasses cookies Served by: United Methodist Church 22 Marinated veggies Tuna melt on ½ English muffin Potato wedges Grapes Chocolate cake Served by: LO Fire Dept & ETAL 25 Tossed salad Salisbury steak w/mushroom gravy Mashed potatoes Peas Wheat rolls Almond cookies Served by: Newcomers Welcome Club Thanksgiving Lunch 27 Spinach salad Turkey Mashed potatoes Bread stuffing Green bean casserole Dinner rolls Pumpkin pie Served by: City Slickers 29 Closed - Thanksgiving December 2013 Monday Wednesday Friday 2 Caesar salad Pork w/country gravy Brown rice Butternut squash Rosemary rolls Chocolate coconut macaroons Served by: Our Lady of the Lake Church 4 Tossed salad Beef pot roast Potatoes Carrots Wheat rolls Apricot bars Served by: Homestreet Bank 6 Fruit salad Curried chicken Steamed rice Green beans and tomatoes Focaccia Yellow cake Served by: Lake Bible Church 9 Spinach salad Cod w/tomatoes and mushrooms Mashed potatoes Yellow squash Wheat rolls Angel food cake Served by: New Seasons Market 11 Vinegared cucumbers Cheddar chicken Rice pilaf Broccoli Rye rolls Palmiers Served by: Rotary 13 Tossed salad Meatloaf w/mushroom gravy Potato wedges Peas and carrots Onion rolls Apple crisp Served by: Rotary 16 Caesar salad Chicken parmesan Spaghetti Zucchini Focaccia Lemon-blueberry mousse Served by: LOMEA NARFE Christmas 18 Tossed salad Salmon w/hollandaise sauce Orzo Green beans amandine Cranberry orange scones Ice cream sundae Served by: United Methodist Church 20 Spinach salad Roast pork w/cranberry sauce Yams Broccoli Wheat rolls Thumbprint cookies Served by: Marge & Friends Christmas Lunch 23 Tossed salad Prime ribs Baked potatoes Baby carrots Dinner rolls Cheesecake Served by: Newcomers Welcome Club 25 Closed - Christmas 27 Greek yogurt w/honey Sole Florentine Rice pilaf Zucchini and tomatoes Rye rolls Lemon bars Served by: LO Fire Dept & ETAL New Year’s Lunch 30 Spinach salad Ham w/maple ginger sauce Orzo and black eyed peas Mixed veggies Rosemary rolls Pecan pie Served by: Rotary Registration begins on Monday, October 14, for members Non-member registration begins Monday, October 21 Support Groups At the ACC you will find a variety of groups for support, encouragement, and discussion Groups are available to both members and non-members and there is no fee or registration required Groups are open to anyone age 50 and older Walk-ins are welcome Friendly staff at the ACC are there to help when you need it. Confidentiality respected. Please call 503-635-3758 for more information Arthritis Group Fourth Wednesday of the month, walk-in 10-11:30a W 11/27 No meeting in December Caregiver Support Group Co-Sponsored by the Alzheimer’s Association Third Tuesday of the month, walk-in 1:30-3:30p Tu 11/19, 12/17 Diabetes Group Second Wednesday of the month, walk-in 6:30-8p W 11/13, 12/11 Family Caregiver Discussion Group Fourth Wednesday of the month, walk-in 7-8:30p W 11/27 No meeting in December Widowed Group First Wednesday of the month, walk-in 10-11:30a W 11/6, 12/4 Dr. Chyrelle Martin to lead the New Widowed Support Group The Widowed Support Group returns this fall to the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center after a summer hiatus Chyrelle Martin, a psychologist specializing in treating older adults, is the new group facilitator Dr Martin comes to the center with a great deal of experience working with adults, older adults, and groups with various mental health issues Dr Martin is enthusiastic about coordinating the Widowed Support Group and feels it is a great opportunity to become more involved in the community Dr Martin says, “The Widowed Support Group provides me with an opportunity to express two of my particular interests: working with older adults and working with those who have suffered loss My hope is that I and group members can create a warm and safe place for members to share their experiences and gain support ” The Widowed Support Group will be meeting the first Wednesday of the month from 10 to 11:30 a.m. in the ACC’s Cedar Room Support Groups at the ACC are provided as a service to the community with no fee or registration required Membership is not required for most Human Services programs. If you would like to participate or learn more about these beneficial services, please call 503-635-3758. Lake Oswego Adult Community Center 505 G Avenue Lake Oswego, OR 97034 503-635-3758 Computer & Technology CLC Users’ Group Mondays 9:30-11a Supervised Lab Wednesdays 1-2:30p Free Special Interest Investment Group Join a group enthusiastic about sharing investment ideas Group meets the last Friday of the month No registration required Contact the ACC for more information 10-12p F One-on-One Tutoring A one-hour tutoring session with knowledgeable instructors Contact ACC for scheduling ACC Member $15 per session/All Others $25 PC Core Classes Introduction to Windows 8 Learn tips and techniques for maneuvering around this new environment, including the all-important Start screen Weeks ACC Room: Alder ACC Members $22/All Others $33 4835201 9-10:30a F/W/F 11/15-11/22 Beginning Windows 7 Get hands-on with this unique, fun approach to Windows 7 Weeks ACC Room: Alder ACC Members $22/All Others $33 4838301 11a-12:30p W/F/F 12/4-12/13 (NEW) Introduction to Twitter Explanation of terms and practical advice given to get the most out of this social networking tool Strull ACC Room: Alder ACC Members $16/All Others $24 4838003 3-4:30p F 12/6 Digital Camera Introduction to digital photography Camera controls and tips for taking better pictures; transferring images to, and organizing them on a computer Please bring your digital camera and manual to class Smith ACC Room: Alder ACC Members $16/All Others $24 4836001 3-4:30p W 11/13-11/20 Editing Your Digital Photos Introduction to photo editing Learn basic photo editing techniques and programs with an emphasis on Photoshop Elements Sanders ACC Room: Alder ACC Members $16/All Others $24 4836301 11a-12:30p W 12/11-12/18 iPhone/iPod Touch For students with Apple’s iPhone/iPod running the latest iOS (5 1 1 presently) Bring your iDevice to class Guyan ACC Room: Alder ACC Members $16/All Others $24 4838403 11a-12:30p W/F 11/20-11/22 iPad For students with Apple’s iPad running the latest operating system Emphasis on navigating and use of the applications Included will be tips and recommendations Bring your iDevice to class Guyan ACC Room: Alder ACC Members $16/All Others $24 4838404 11a-12:30p W/F 11/13-11/15 4838405 9-10:30a F 12/13-12/20 Microsoft Excel Beginning Learn to create spreadsheets to manage financial information, organize your life with numerical information or change the look with formatting Steingraber ACC Room: Alder ACC Members $22/All Others $33 4835601 9-10:30a W 12/4-12/18 Microsoft Word 2007 Learn the basics of navigating Microsoft Word Steingraber ACC Room: Alder ACC Members $22/All Others $33 4835400 9-10:30a W 10/30-11/13 Microsoft PowerPoint Create impressive slide presentations for personal or business use Strull ACC Room: Alder ACC Members $16/All Others $24 4838200 3-4:30p F 11/8-11/15 MAC Classes MAC User Group First and Third Friday of each month 1-2:30p Introduction to Mountain Lion Designed to help the novice user become familiar with the latest Macintosh operating system Matson ACC Room: Alder ACC Members $10/All Others $15 4840601 9-10:30a F 11/8 How to Switch to MAC from Windows Learn how to do the things on a Mac that you did in Windows Plus, learn how to locate programs and understand Home screen differences and similarities Matson ACC Room: Alder ACC Members $10/All Others $15 4840701 9-10:30a F 12/6 If circumstances, such as lack of registration, require a program to be cancelled, the ACC will attempt to notify participants and refund all fees. Participant cancellations require notification to the ACC at least three business days before the beginning of the program to receive a refund. A $5 processing fee will be retained by the ACC for participant cancellations. Registration begins on Monday, October 14, for members Non-member registration begins Monday, October 21 Travel Lunch Bunch Gallivants Explore a new local restaurant or visit an old favorite once a month Lunch is on your own ACC Members $12/All Others $17 4800502 11a-2p Th 11/21 The Old Spaghetti Factory 4800503 11a-2p Th 12/19 Ruby Tuesday Sunday Pops: Holiday Pops Pops Master Jeff Tyzik rings in the season, amid the grandeur of the Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall, the Oregon Symphony and the Pacific Youth Choir, with your favorite carols and beloved holiday music “White Christmas,” “Little Drummer Boy,” and plenty more ACC Members $35/All Others $53 4875802 2-6p Su 12/1 Verboort Sausage & Kraut Festival 78 years of handmade sausage, sauerkraut and applesauce made solely by the hundreds of community volunteers and generations of families continues Be prepared to stand in long lines ACC Members $27/All Others $40 4873500 9:30a-2:30p Sa 11/2 Pittock Mansion The holidays are upon us so it is an appropriate time to visit some of the most beautifully decorated spaces in Portland This month, we will visit the Pittock where every room has been decorated for the holiday An elevator is available to second level ACC Members $18 Van and Escort/ All others $27 4874800 1:30-4:30p Th 11/21 Festival of Lights at the Grotto See the lights! Let us do the driving Enjoy the lights, choral music, gift shop Snacks and beverages are available Plan on having your big meal for lunch prior to the trip ACC Members $20 Van and Escort/ All others $29 4870700 4-8:30p Th 12/12 Short & Sweet Trips These trips are designed for people with limited mobility or other physical impairments They have priority registration one week prior to normal Center registration If spaces are available after that date, they are open to general membership Pittock Mansion & Lunch Each room in this historic home will be decorated for the holidays The decorations change each year so even if you have visited before, the displays in each room will be different $22 50 Van, Admission and Escort Lunch on your own 4850302 11:30a-3:30p Tu 11/26 There will not be a December trip due to the holidays Solo Dinner Center members who do not have a significant other, and would enjoy the company of others for a casual mid-day dinner, meet at a designated restaurant Reservations required Peachtree Restaurant, Lake Oswego 2p Su 11/24 Szechuan Kitchen, Lake Oswego 2p Su 12/22 Health and Wellness No classes November 28 and 29 (NEW) Special Holiday Three-Week Session Gentle Yoga Stretch, strengthen and relax Focus on basic postures, sequencing, alignment and breathing while building flexibility, strength and stamina. Modifications for various postures are suggested and gentle hands-on adjustments are used Bring a yoga mat Dailey ACC Room: Alder ACC Members $24/ Others $35 4824901 10-11a Tu 12/3-12/17 Join us for Health and Wellness classes currently in session Please contact the ACC directly for class availability and pro-rated class fees Zumba 50+ Berger ACC Room: Oak 4824000 4-5p M 9/9-12/16 Staff ACC Room: Oak 4824001 3:30-4:30p F 9/13-12/13 Sit and Be Fit No class on 11/29 Bruner ACC Room: Oak 4824100 10-11a M/F 9/9-12/13 Strength Training Bruner ACC Room: Oak 4824200 9-10a M/F 9/9-12/13 Strength Training Bantz ACC Room: Oak 4824201 9-10a W 9/11-12/11 4824202 10-11a W 9/11-12/11 Body In Motion Bantz ACC Room: Birch 4825400 9-10a Tu/Th 9/10-12/12 Aerobic Exercise to Music Bantz ACC Room: Birch 4826000 10-11a Tu/Th 9/10-12/12 Pittock Mansion