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Monday

9am Exercise and Dance Class This class uses a variety of exercise DVD’s to guide them through stretching and strengthening. After the DVD is completed, the participants practice line dancing. 10am Chess Players of all strengths invited! Bring a board or use ours.

10:30am Fall Prevention Class This class is designed to strengthen the participant’s balance.

12:30pm Bingo

1:30pm Melodees This is a singing group for folks who enjoy music and performing around town.

3:30pm Arthritis Exercise Class These are chair exercises and stretches designed for those with arthritis, led by Donna Earley.

Tuesday

8am Tai Chi A series of slow, gentle movements, designed to promote balance, coordination, flexibility and strength.

9am Drawing Group Taught by Brenda Winter

9:10am Line Dancing Led by Treece Sisneros.

10:30am Musical Exercise/Resistance Training Muscle strengthening and stretching exercises are practiced while sitting in a chair or while standing next to a chair, along with a musical background.

11:45am Gentle Mat Yoga Blend flexibility, strength and balance in a class on the mat. Taught by Kandi Furphy.

12:30pm Pinochle

12:30pm Bible Study led by Chaplain Rich Henderson

1pm Duplicate Bridge

2:30pm Chair Yoga Students will sit or stand next to a chair, providing a sense of freedom and support while doing gentle stretches. Taught by Kandi Furphy.

Wednesday

9am Line Dancing Class taught by Treece Sisneros.

9am AARP Safe Driving Class Call 745-5116 to sign up for the class.

10am Chess Players of all strengths invited! Bring a board or use ours.

10:30am Fall Prevention Class This class is designed to strengthen the participant’s balance, led by by a variety of trained professionals.

12:30 Rock Steady Boxing A fitness program to empower people with Parkinson’s disease to fight back. Call to schedule an intake consultation.

1pm Needlework Friends gather to work on individual projects.

2pm Open Gym Stability and balance training, personal training, group training, and boxing classes.

3:30pm Arthritis exercise These are chair exercises and stretches designed for those with arthritis, led by Donna Earley.

Thursday

8:00am Tai Chi for beginners A series of slow, gentle movements, designed to promote balance, coordination, flexibility and strength.

9am Exercise and Dance This class uses a variety of exercise DVD’s to guide them through stretching and strengthening. After the DVD is completed, the participants practice line dancing.

10:30am Musical Exercise/Resistance Training Muscle strengthening and stretching exercises are practiced while sitting in a chair or while standing next to a chair, along with a musical background.

12noon Albany County Public Library Table

12:30pm – 2pm Alterations and Simple Repairs Call the Eppson Center to sign up for your clothing repairs.

1pm Patron Computer Assistance

1pm Coffee, Conversation, Coloring Pages and colored pencils will be provided for use – or bring your own pictures and crayons.

1pm Biscuits and Jam Bring your instrument and enjoy a good time playing music together.

1pm Shanghai Rummy

1pm Mexican Train Dominoes

1pm Watercolor Class Bring your own materials and paint with others who share the passion and talent of watercolors.

6:30pm Duplicate Bridge

Friday

8:45am Seniors On The Go (Meet at the Eppson Center to carpool to destination) Albany Rails to Trails (subject to change)

9am Vet’s coffee with program Veterans are welcome to come and hear a presentation by various speakers and visit with other vets.

9am Line Dancing Led by Treece Sisneros.

9:30am Recycled cards Used cards are made into new cards and sold for $1.00 each at the Eppson Center.

10am Chess Players of all strengths invited! Bring a board or use ours.

10:30am Fall Prevention Class This class is designed to strengthen the participant’s balance. 12:30 Rock Steady Boxing A fitness program to empower people with Parkinson’s disease to fight back. Call to schedule an intake consultation.

2pm Open Gym Stability and balance training, personal training, group training, and boxing classes.

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