Check out our 2017 Adult/Senior Spring & Summer Newsletter for the latest updates within the community.
ADULT & SENIOR PROGRAMS:
Canasta For Beginners: This class is an introduction to Modern American Canasta. It is designed as an introduction to the game that will include skills, rules and strategies to play the game. At the conclusion of the six week session, participants should be comfortable enjoying the game. (Fall, Winter, Spring)
Canasta Instruction II: This class is for those who have previously played the game, may need to refresh skills, or want to meet others who enjoy the game. (Fall, Winter, Spring)
Mahjong Instruction I: This class will offer an introduction and instruction in playing mahjong, a game that involves skill, strategy and calculation, as well as a certain degree of luck. Current mahjong card required.
Mahjong Instruction II: This class will be for anyone who has previously played and needs to refresh skills, taken an introductory class, or wants to meet others who enjoy the game. Current mahjong card required.
Be Happy and Knit: Did you ever want to know how to knit? Now, you can learn in a perfect relaxed and casual setting. Bring your needles and yarn and enjoy socializing with friends while learning European style knitting (which uses both hands) on how to “knit a gage.”
Participants are to bring: (1) pair # 8 or 9 needles and (1) 6 –8 oz skein acrylic worsted weight yarn.
Crochet: Learn the basic stitches of the beautiful art of Crochet. In this class you will learn chain stitch, single crochet stitch, double crochet stitch and triple crochet stitch. You will get fresh ideas for cute household items, make fashionable crochet projects and learn how to make great gifts for your family and friends! Participants must bring a steel crochet hook set and crochet thread of choice.
Beginner Italian: Come join others who desire to learn Italian for enjoyment or travel. This class will cover basic grammar and speaking and useful information for those traveling
AARP Defensive Driving Class: Sponsored by AARP, this refresher course is open to all drivers age 50 and over. It is designed to help tune up driving skills and update knowledge of road rules, learn about age related physical changes and how to adjust driving practices to allow for these changes. Check with your insurance company for possible discounts in your rates upon completion of the program. Usually scheduled in the fall and spring. *Friday, April 28, 2017.
9 AM-3 PM (Lunch, 12-13:30, bring your own.)
Managing Your Digital Photos: Learn about file types , standard sizes, dpi, file naming conventions and methods for organizing large numbers of images. Understand the pros and cons of different types of storage and how to migrate your files to new technologies. Introduction to online photo album software and services. Saturday, March 11, 10:30 AM-12 PM at Livingston Library.
Retirement Planning: Classroom sessions are instructed by Richard Brownstein, a Certified Financial Planner Practitioner, who enhances the presentation with stories of real-life experiences. Attendees enjoy the interactive lecture format. A 230page textbook with samples and illustrations is yours to keep. A complimentary one hour consultation with your instructor is available once the course finishes. One Free guest per class participant. Thursday, March 16 & 23, 6:30-9:30 PM or Tuesday, March 21 & 28, 6:30-9:30 PM. Pre-registration at Community Pass is required, fee applies.
To view our current class schedules and program fees see 2017 Spring & Summer Program Guide
Register online at Community Pass Online Registration or in person at Senior, Youth & Leisure Services, 204 Hillside Avenue, 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday.