Palmyra Community Center Program Board announces Spring Programs: Something for Everyone!
REALLY…….something for everyone!
Check out Programs: http://www.palmyracommunitycenter.com/programs/
Sunday Wellness Yoga with Jill Croft 9-10am 7 weeks (4/15-6/3) NO CLASS: 5/27
Saturday Tai Chi 9-10am 7 weeks (4/7-5/26)
Monday BOOK Club 7-8pm (All Ages- depends on book selection) Meets Monthly 4/16 5/21 TEENS: 7/16 (no meeting in June) April 16 at 7:00pm The Alchemist by Paolo Coelho May 21 at 7:00pm Killers of the Flower Moon: the Osage murders and the birth of the FBI by David Grann
Monday TOTs Movement (Ages 8mo-4) 9:30 -10:15am 7weeks (4/9-5/21)
Tuesday Rivertowns Young Writers Workshop (Ages 12-17) 7-8pm 7weeks (4/10-5/22)
Tuesday Craft Lab (ages 6-12) 4:30-5:30pm 6 weeks (4/10-5/15)
Wednesday Spotlighters (ages 6-14) 3:15-4:15pm 8 weeks (4/11-6/6)No Class 5/23
Wednesday Learn to Play Piano (ages 7-18) 4:30-5:30pm 8 weeks (4/11-6/6) No Class 5/23
Wednesday Lego Build (Age 6-12) 7-8pm (8 weeks) 4/11-5/30)
Thursday Chess 3-4pm (Ages 9-17) (6 weeks) 4/12-5/17
Thursday Youth Draw: Making Modern Masterpieces (Ages 7-14) 4-5pm (8 weeks) 4/12-5/31
Adult Draw 7:30-9pm Last Thursday of the Month Meets Monthly: 4/26 5/31 6/28
Kids Dance Party (Ages 6-12) 6:30-7:30pm Monthly 4/14 5/19 6/9 Saturday April 14 Glow Party Bring your best GLOW stuff—-Saturday May 19 Crazy Dress Party. Wear crazy hats, socks and hair—–Saturday June 9 Luau Party Bring your best Hawaiian gear!
FEEL GOOD FIRST FRIDAY SERIES: Join us for a variety of programs that make you feel good the first Friday of the Month Donations to Bread of Life Food pantry welcomed.
First Friday: April 6th Tai Chi Demonstration HOST: Steve Steinhoff 15 years instructor experince and teach a tai chi class at Cinnaminson library. NEW class at PCCPB Saturdays 9-10am(4/7-5/26).
Check out a free demo. Often slow rhythmic exercise that can be traced back nearly 2000 years in China. Over the past century it has become popular, practiced not only in China but worldwide. This class will learn and practice qigong, or stationary tai chi movements, as well as tai chi itself, movements choreographed seamlessly together. Emphasis will be on tai chi principles: good posture, balance, and continuous whole-body movement, all of which depend on a calm mind and relaxed body. In the interest of moving as freely, be sure to wear loose-fitting clothes and light, comfortable shoes. Steve Steinhoff has been studying tai chi for over 15 years and for the past 2 years has been teaching a tai chi class at the Cinnaminson public library.Link to RSVP: http://www.palmyracommunitycenter.com/events/3594/
Palmyra Community Center Program Board