Here is what’s new at the Community Center the week of October 11:

  • Register now for new fall kids programs
  • Trunk or Treat at the Center, Oct. 30
  • Group ex policy reminders
  • Fox Chapel Area HS Blood Drive, Oct. 12

Register now for new fall kids programs

New fall programs for kids start October 25! All classes will be held indoors with masks required for all participants and instructors. Space is limited and some classes are nearly sold out – be sure to register your child soon!

  • Flag Football, Wednesdays at 4:15
    Develop teamwork skills during scrimmages and fun drills in this class that welcomes all abilities and fitness levels.
    Register here.
  • Soccer Shots, Tuesdays and Thursdays
    Various classes and times for preschool and school aged kids to teach the basics of soccer through fun games and lessons in sportsmanship.
    Register here.
  • Jump Bunch Sports & Fitness, Mondays at 4:15
    Experience a wide variety of sports and games every week.
    Each class includes warm-up, stretching, cooldown, and nutrition segments. Register here.
  • Jump Bunch Pre-K, Mondays or Wednesdays at 3:15
    Try a new activity, sport, or game each week with high-energy coaches to help build coordination, balance, and confidence.
    Register here.

Scholarships are available based on financial need. Click here to learn more.
Questions? Contact us at 412-828-8566 or

Trunk-Or-Treat at the Center, October 30

How do I register to bring my car?

Decorate your car/truck/van/SUV, make it as spooky as you can and win a prize! Reach out to Nadine O. at and reserve a spot!

Do I have to register for my kids to trick-or-treat?

No! All of the boos and ghouls in our community are invited to stop by. But are you ready to walk through the scaaaaary haunted parking lot? Do you dare to reach into the mobile monsters to get a treat? Feel free to share our Facebook event or flyer with your friends and neighbors!

Who will be there?

So far, Cooper-Siegel Community Library plus police departments from O’Hara Twp., Indiana Twp., Sharpsburg, and Aspinwall are planning to be there. The more the scarier!

Group ex policy reminders

With more people attending our group ex classes we would like to provide a friendly reminder of our attendance policies to ensure that everyone has a good experience.

Classes with a wait-list – If class attendees are not present at the start of the class, their reservation will be assigned to the next person on the waitlist who is onsite and prepared to participate.

Classes With (or without) a wait-list – Members not present by the end of the initial 5 minute warm up will not be permitted to enter class. This is for your safety and also to not disrupt class for other members.

Spin Instructors will NOT be asked to relinquish their bike to accommodate late arrivals.


  • First no-show – member will receive a warning via phone call.
  • Second no-show – member will not be able to access Mindbody for a week and not able to take any group exercise classes during that 1 week.
  • Third no-show – member will not be able to access Mindbody for 2 weeks and will not be able to take any group exercise classes during that 2 weeks.

 What Constitutes a no-show:

  • Not showing up for class and not notifying staff or cancelling in Mindbody.
  • Cancellation within one-hour of the class

Fox Chapel Area High School blood drive, October 12

Fox Chapel Area High School is holding a community blood drive Tuesday, October 12 in the large group instruction room from 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. All people 16 and older are encouraged to donate blood. All donors will receive a free t-shirt. Register to donate blood.

When making your appointment, enter group code HS010025 to schedule your donation. If you cannot schedule online, please call 412-209-7000, or contact Rachel Machen at

Vitalant is, once again, offering several scholarships to area high school students. To qualify for these scholarships, Fox Chapel Area High School is hosting blood drives throughout the 2021-2022 school year. The scholarships will be awarded for the highest percent participation and the largest number of registered donations for the year.

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