Here is what’s new at the Community Center the week of March 22:
- Fitness center reminders
- Spring Session 2 programs start April 26
- New virtual Mah Jongg class
- Summer camps with Gemini Theater
Fitness Center Reminders
- The fitness center and track will not shutdown from 12:00-12:30 p.m.
These areas will continue to be sanitized on a regular schedule throughout the day and professionally cleaned each night.
- 12:30-1:30 p.m. will not be reserved as senior hour. With all students returning to school five days per week and SilverSneakers classes once again being offered in-person, we believe that older adults will still be able to safely and comfortably use the Center.
Spring Programs Starting April 26
Registration is open for Spring Session 2 Programs!
Our programs are ready to provide a safe, clean, and fun environment so your family can get back to enjoying the activities you love at the Center. Space will be limited and all applicable COVID-19 safety protocols will be strictly enforced. Outdoor classes will be moved indoors in the case of inclement weather. Need help or have questions? Contact Jason Fate at 412-828-8566. Scholarships are available! Click here to learn more.
Virtual Mah Jongg Classes
The Center is now offering online and interactive Mah Jongg classes for beginners, intermediate, and advanced level players. With small classes of 4 students, you will receive plenty of individual attention so you can learn the game or improve your skills.
After you register you will be contacted to arrange the time and dates of your classes. There are a variety of options and you can pick the best one for your schedule. Contact Jason Fate with questions at 412-828-8566. Learn more and register
Camps With Gemini Children’s Theater
June 21 – 25 or July 12 – 16 | 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. | Ages 7 – 12
Does your child like to act and make believe? This camp with Gemini Children’s Theater instructors will unlock your child’s creativity and take them on a week-long adventure into their imagination! Young actors choose their own characters and put them all together into an original story, which they write, rehearse, and perform as a mini play on the last day of camp. While having fun and making new friends, your child will improve their ability to listen, follow directions, compose a story, understand conflict & resolution, develop a character, accomplish an objective, collaborate with peers, perform in front of an audience, and use the imagination. Learn more and register