Programs & Clubs

These activities and groups meet once a week, year-round and they welcome new participants. The atmosphere is relaxed and casual. Please refer to the Center-Link newsletter for dates and times for programs listed below.

Beginner Line Dance


This is a line dance class for Beginners only. It is important to attend this class on the first night, to receive the complete instructions to perform the proper movements. If registered students do not attend by the second week, the student will be dropped and will have to wait until the next session to begin. The class fills quickly, so register early. Come with or without a partner to enjoy a variety of dance music such as Ballroom, Latin, Country Western and Golden Oldies. 

Intermediate Line Dance


Learn new dances on Tuesday and practice them on Thursdays. Intermediate to Advanced line dance instructions taught to music from Country and Western, Blues, Jazz, Salsa, as well as Hip Hop. 

Line Dance Mixer


Are you looking for a place to line dance with non-stop music? Each month, dance to beginner and intermediate routines with other line dance lovers! Members must register by the day before the dance. 

Bingo


Bingo card purchases start at 1:15 p.m. on Tuesdays and starts at 4:15 p.m. on Thursdays. $1 per card (six card limit per person) Due to space limitations, there can be a maximum of 74 players per session, including the volunteers. Guests are welcome on Tuesday afternoons only. Tuesday and Thursday from 2-4 p.m.

Open Game Play


For all members who enjoy playing games.

 Mah Jongg
 Monday
 10:30-3 p.m.
 “42” & Hand & Foot
 Tuesday
 Noon-3 p.m.
 Card Party
 Tuesday
 4-7 p.m.
 Pinochle
 Wednesday
 Noon-3 p.m.
 Party Bridge Club
 Wednesday
 1-4 p.m.
 Wii Tournament Play
 Thursday
 10 a.m.- noon
 Mexican Train
 Thursday
 Noon-3 p.m.
 Bid Whist
 Thursday
 4-7 p.m.
 Mah Jongg
 Friday
 10:30-3 p.m.
Party Bridge Club
 Friday
 1-4 p.m.

The Center reserves the right to make room adjustments before, during, or after scheduled game play for center or city programs. 


Book Swap

Join Ruth Meyers and others in the Great Room. Bring up to five books. Take home the same number of books that you bring to the swap.  Free

Soduku

This fascinating game involves sensible decision and no guessing. Attend this class and learn the simple rules for completing these puzzles. Murray has developed some basic rules or doing this. When you complete your first puzzle, you will feel the exhilaration that can only come from feeling real good about yourself. Held once a month on a Wednesday.  Free

Collectors Club 
Club Are you a collector of coins, stamps, currency, memorabilia, autographs or anything else that you own? Bring your collection or just bring yourself to learn more about this hobby. Bring your collections such as coins, medals, trains, toys, Nascar, porcelain figurines, clocks, watches, Disney, Star Wars and even Matchbook and Swizzle sticks for free appraisals.  Free

Genealogy Club
The members of the Club enjoy tracing their roots. There are beginners as well as experienced genealogists. New members are welcome anytime. Each month the program is conducted by members or a guest speaker. Trips are available to local libraries and cemeteries during the year.  Free  

Modeling Club
What is modeling? Modeling is creating objects such as trains, planes, automobiles, ships, buildings or structures as a hobby. Members can bring their projects or just bring themselves to learn about modeling.  Free

Quilting Club
Bring your quilting project and join this group to share information, fun, and friendship.  Free

Art Club 
Do you work in oils, pastels, watercolor, graphite/colored pencils, or acrylic? Join the group of artists working on their individual pieces while sharing information, fun, and friendship with a common interest in art.  Free

Stitchin' Time
Join the group for Stitchin’ Time. It’s a great way to meet new people, stitch and have fun. Led by all who come!  Free