Center Supervisor: AJ Rico - firstname.lastname@example.org
|Center Use Rates||Amenities||Youth Programs|
|Teen Programs||Senior Programs||Other Services|
|Human Service Programs|
|Classrooms||Covered basketball court|
|Game room||Sand volleyball|
|Multi-purpose room||Softball field|
|Teen room||Swimming pool|
Weight Room Orientation Classes
- Saturday, 9:00 am
- Tuesday and Thursday 6:00 pm
- Participants must be at least 14 years old
- Ages 14-17 require parental approval
- Age 14-15 require parent/guardian on-site supervision
Schoolzout program (Ages 5-14)
This program is for youth 5-14 years old, (Kindergarten through Middle School only) during out of school time (Fall, Holiday and Spring Break). Activities are supervised, engaging and fun. Includes games, sports, social interaction, dance, art projects and nutrition based learning activities. Contact Center staff or see the Youth Programs page for more information.
Youth Open Drop-in Recreation (Ages 7+)
Includes gym, game room and public computers - Monday-Friday 2pm-closing, must be at least 7 years of age unless accompanied by a parent or adult. Daily center use fee or quarterly pass applies.
In-Betweeners Club (IBC) (Ages 11-14)
An afterschool program for ages 11-14 years (must have completed 5th grade), Monday through Friday, school dismissal-6pm, beginning July 29. Activities include, guest speakers, sports, games, movies, cooking community service, music, dance, and more. Daily or quarterly pass required.
Senior Club Ages 50+
Activities for seniors ages 50+ include bingo, cards, bunco, guest speakers, crafts, exercise, field trips, cooking, special events and more. Seniors have access to the weight room, gym and track where available on designated club days at no additional cost.
Senior Activity Card annual membership required
$25 City Resident $30 Non-City Resident
Senior Nutrition Program
A socialization and nutrition program funded in part through a federal grant provides seniors 60+ with healthy nutritious meals as well as an opportunity to socialize and participate in a variety of recreational activities. Donations accepted for meals. Senior Activity Club card is not required to participate in this program.
NAACP - 520-622-8277
Monday-Thursday, 8:30 am-12:30 pm
Federally funded program for low income children and families to promote heath and education.
For information contact Headstart at 520-884-8180