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Patterson Park Community Center
This fun sport combines many elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong. The rules are simple and easy for beginners to learn, but the game can become quick, fast-paced and competitive for experienced players.
*An instructional class is held at Sports*Com every Thursday from 11 a.m. - 12 p.m. For rules and more information, visit the USA Pickleball Association's website.
Call 615-893-7439 for more information.
These classes focus on improving balance and flexibility, as well as assisting in stress reduction. May include standing and floor/mat work. For all levels.
City Hall Rotunda
Patterson 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.
These dynamic dance-based fitness programs fuse Latin rhythms with international music themes for high-energy, moderate intensity cardio workouts.
McFadden Community Center
This fun sport combines many elements of tennis, badminton, and ping-pong. The rules are simple and easy for beginners to learn, but the game can become quick, fast-paced and competitive for experienced players. Call 615-893-1802 for more information.
This 45-minute muscle building class is perfect for beginners, seniors and intermediate exercisers. This class includes standing and floor work and may use body weight, hand weights, bands and balls. Light cardio bursts may also be included.
Specifically designed fitness class for men and women over 50. This class will improve your cardiovascular capacity, and muscle strength, as well as, your flexibility.
Aims to improve muscle strength and movement patterns for a better aligned and mobile body. Movements use body weight only and take place standing, seated and possibly on the floor.
Once again Outdoor Murfreesboro is participating in Project Feederwatch through Cornell University’s Lab of Ornithology. The project is a 30+ year dataset tracking backyard birds and their movements! This information contributes to larger knowledge about bird populations and migration patterns.
Join us at any point during the time windows listed below to spend some time tallying birds at our feeders. You can do this from an outside or an inside vantage point. You don’t need to have base knowledge on bird species. We will have a staff member available to assist, as well as field guides.
This is a great opportunity to not only contribute to scientific knowledge but instill in yourself or others a passion for research and the pursuit of new knowledge!
A great way to wind down. Focuses on improving your balance and flexibility, while at the same time reducing stress. For beginning and intermediate levels.
A low weight, high rep full body toning class choreographed to music for that little extra motivation.
Have fun while giving your heart a great workout, then sculpt key muscle groups using free weights. Abdominal work is also included in this full-body workout.
St. Clair Senior Center
This class focuses on strength, balance, cardio, core, and range of motion. Saturday class added! You must sign up for all classes due to the limited number of spaces available. No class September 6 or October 7. Limit 35. Meets in Room 105.
Dominoes! Learn to play chicken foot with this fun group.
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. Meets in Room 206.
No class on November 11 & 26 nor December 8 & 24.
Join us for a functional fitness class designed to develop flexibility, mobility, & balance through a series of gentle yet effective full body exercises. We will use a combination of ballet, Tai Chi, & yoga movements to support healthy muscles, joints, & connective tissue. Must be able to walk without the help of another person and not use a walker, scooter or wheelchair most of the time for mobility. For ages 60+. No class on December 27 & 29.
During the program, “In the Garden”, Master Gardener, Carol Reese will let you in on the secrets of how to grow plants without soil, hydroponics. Please register for this class to insure there are enough program materials to go around. Class space is limited. Sign up early.
Limit 28 Room 104
Beginners and intermediate level students are welcome in this class. Learn to make a copper-foiled stained glass window suncatcher with instructor Fiona Dowd. Materials will be provided for beginners. Class space is limited. Sign up early.
Limit 10 Room 406
Cost: $45 for December classes
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 20. Meets in Room 204 . No class on November 26 & December 4.
Pinterest worthy craft for all levels. All supplies provided.
Limit 8 Room 406
Learn an age-old card game, Bid Whist at St. Clair. Room 402
Stop in for a game of Mahjong.
If you always want to learn the art of playing the game of Pool. Here's your chance! Learn everything you need to know about the game. A tournament will be held at the end of the six-week class. Prizes will be awarded.
All trips depart from St. Clair Senior Center
Belmont University’s resident faculty chamber ensemble, many familiar as principal players and members of the Nashville Symphony. Fee includes transportation. Admission is free. Bring money for dinner.
Cost: $17 Limit: 12 Deadline: November 24