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Retirement Toolkit. SAIL Classes. Support Groups - Parkinson's. We will supply the know-how, soil and plant cutting. Event ID: Are you fascinated by snakes? We will have snake-themed arts and crafts for the little ones and young ones at heart as well! Event ID: Let's get patriotic and create a floral display for your home! Event ID: Oklahoma is home to over species of fish, ranging from the size of your little finger to behemoths known to attack SCUBA divers.
Will, Head Park Naturalist, will be discussing common game and non-game species, habitat they are found in and species diversity. Each participant will take home their own fish print following the end of the class. Learn what makes the Horny Toad so cool and why it thrives at Tinker. This will be a lecture style program. Adults must register with children. Clues left behind such as tracks, scat, and teeth marks will lead us to find the wild culprit at each Critter Scene! Event ID: Learn about bonsai and how they are styled, then create your own miniature wire bonsai out of copper wire. This tree will last indefinitely with no need of water or fertilizer!
Event ID: Do ostriches really stick their heads in the sand? Can you really age a rattlesnake by its rattles? Come learn about common wildlife misconceptions and folklore with Head Park Naturalist Will. Event ID: Join the Oklahoma Gardeners Association presentation on seed collection and storage, winter sowing and the use of cold frames. Learn how to start and grow plants during the coldest winter months outside. Event ID: Participants will learn the basic steps to line dancing, while moving to the beat of the latest sounds.
Participants are responsible for all dance gear. Participants will perform for friends and family at the end of the session. Youth will perform for friends and family at the end of the session. The ukulele is easy on the fingers and fun to play! Chicago Steppin' is an improvisational form of partner dancing originating from Chicago.
This dance fosters a community of unity, fun and positive atmosphere and does not require a partner to learn. Event ID: Come learn beginner to intermediate level tap and jazz steps in this fun class! Students must provide their own tap shoes. Event ID: Participants will receive instruction in basic band ensemble. Participants will have the opportunity to play in public performances as scheduled.
Classes instructed by a certified music teacher. Participants should bring their own instrument as well as a music stand. All skill levels welcome. Event ID: Students will learn the basics of hula in a seated position. This is a wellness class that includes the hand positions, postures, and meaning behind the movements of Hula dancing.
Event ID: Musicians of all levels and all instruments welcome at this group sing-a-long!
Event ID: This square dance group is always welcoming new dancers! Come to dance or just watch and socialize. Participants will learn the basic 54 steps of square dance as well as a few line dances. No need to bring a partner. Event ID: Create and take home beautiful pieces of art!
Any level artist is welcome to join! Event ID: This is a family picnic style of event. We will provide hot dogs, chips, and water for 50 people Prior to the picnic participants will do an art project, making signs and crafts. After the food is served we will play traditional American games and play in the water park. Event ID: Bring a covered dish and join us for our monthly gathering to enjoy lunch and play bingo!
The 5K race includes timing chip and bib, finisher medal, event swag and admission to the Earlywine Family Aquatic Center. The pool party will begin as soon as the first runner crosses the finish line. Online registration is open now! Day-of registration will be available before the start of the race from amam. Calling all volunteers! Please join us after the race is complete at Earlywine Family Aquatic Center, your entry is on us! Event ID: This will be a party to celebrate the end of summer and return to school. We will serve grilled hot dogs, chips, cookies and drinks. We will also have free hair cuts and school supplies to give out.
There will be athletic and academic competitions, as well as games. Children up to 17 years old must be with adult. Event ID: Experienced players spend the afternoon engaging in the strategic game of bridge. Event ID: A friendly game of Dominoes played daily. Registration at each center is required. Each center provides an assortment of programs and activities that promote community involvement in recreation, cultural, health, and family life activities. Lunch and a snack are included. Event ID: In this great exercise class, we dance to fun, lively music.
Feel friend to bring your friends, but a partner is not needed. Everyone is welcome; from beginners to advance dancers! Event ID: Bring a friend and come by anytime during the day to work on a puzzle! Event ID: Seasoned pro or new to the game come join us on Tuesdays and Thursdays, all levels are welcome. Instructions will be offered during game. Event ID: Elements of investing for those no longer working a full-time job.
Topics include investing, proper allocation of stocks and bonds, alternative investments and understanding investment vehicles, avoiding fraud, and identity theft. Event ID: Weekly class on elements of investing for those no longer working a full time job. Topics include: Income from investing, proper allocation of stocks and bonds, alternative investments, understanding different investment vehicles and identity protection. An emphasis is place on achievement through positive reinforcement and awards. All necessary equipment will be available from the instructor for a fee, determined by the end of the registration period.
Call for more information. Bring your family and friends, and we will offer each other encouragement and helpful comments as a group. Event ID: Three-session seminar on techniques and outcomes of clearing out the clutter in your home. The first session will focus on clothing, closets, bath, kitchen and garage items. Identifying items still used and ones no longer used. The second session will address sentimental items or the belongings of the deceased. The third session will be a discussion of feelings and changes experienced in the clearing out process.
Event ID: Learn the emotional and health benefits of de-cluttering your home. You will practice new ways of folding and packing to utilize space, how to navigate sentimental items, and plan for a better future! Event ID: Come to the Genealogy Club to learn new sources and strategies to find your roots and discover more of your family history. White elephant prizes are donated by players. It's a fun pastime that improves problem-solving skills and promotes brain health. Event ID: Participants meet weekly to visit and learn about Oklahoma, national, and world history.
New topics every week! Come join the discussion! Event ID: Come join our monthly book discussion! Event ID: Come play the fun, easy game of Rummikub and socialize with friends! Participants will be transported from Macklanburg Recreation Center to the Oklahoma City Zoo one day and take a leisurely walk from the center to Heritage Lane Bowling Alley for a fun day of bowling. Please contact the center directly for field trips specifics. Special interest programs are presented benefitting the senior community.
Event ID: Parents, are you looking for a quiet night without the kids? Enroll them in the Summer Slumber Party at Macklanburg! We will build new friendships and have fun playing small group games, having a dance off, and watching movies. The party starts at 7pm Friday and ends am Saturday! Event ID: A Potluck meal offered the last Friday of the month, with programs, speakers or entertainment after the meal. Special interest programs are planned benefitting the senior community. Season passes are available in both family and individual configurations.
Each family pass comes with four passes, with the ability to add more passes to a family pass at a reduced cost. Passes purchased online will be picked up from the purchasers choice of FAC upon their first visit. All of our instructors are certified swim instructors and certified lifeguards.
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Small group lessons consist of a group of no more than three students. All small group lessons are either Swim School or Stroke School levels. All Sessions consist of eight half-hour classes on Monday-Thursday for two weeks. For example Session 1 begins on June 3rd and ends on June 13th. Classes labeled "Beginner" are for students who have not had any previous swim instruction. All Stroke School classes are for advanced swimmers who are able to swim from one side of the pool to the other unassisted.
Event ID: Swimming is the most popular recreational activity in United States youth between the ages of seven and twelve. Why not make swimming even more fun by adding in some learning and friendly competition? Swim Team is focused on improving swimmers strokes and form, and also on building friendships and having a blast! Swim meets are held at varying locations around the OKC Metro on Saturday mornings throughout the summer. Swim Team meets Monday through Thursday mornings from am - am.
Monday-Thursday : am - am. Monday-Thursday: am - am. Foster Center Pool lessons are all Swim School level. Each class has a maximum number of 8 students. All classes beginning on July 1st will not meet on July 4th but will have a makeup class at their normal time on July 5th.
Swim Team meets Monday and Wednesday mornings from am - am and Tuesday and Thursday evenings from pm - pm. Monday - Thursday: am - am. Welcome to our program guide. Event ID: The adult competitive baseball league is a truly unique program allowing competitive baseball players to continue to play the game that they love. Location: Wendel Whisenhunt Baseball Field. Do you want to get on the court while having fun with friends?
Location: Municipal Gym.
This Adult Women's Basketball League is for those looking to play at a more competitive level. Do you enjoy adult slowpitch softball, but do you not have a full team to register? Registration Deadline: June 10th. Location: Wheeler Park. The Adult Summer Tuesday night Women's League doubleheader is a recreational league that will play a 16 game schedule, followed by a single elimination championship tournament.
The OKC Metro Business League was created to allow employees from metro businesses an opportunity to play coed, slow pitch softball with fellow employees from work! Registration Deadline: June 11th. Register Here. Location: Wendel Whisenhunt Sports Complex. Ages: For more information on registration please Contact Ryan Richter at ryan.
This Adult Men's Basketball League is for those looking to play at a more competitive level. Sat, Sep 7 - Oct The youth coed soccer league provides the opportunity to learn and develop fundamental skills in a safe, fun and noncompetitive environment. Location: Wendel Whisehunt Sports Complex. This intro to competitive league will consist of 8 games: 4 home games and 4 away games. Sun, Sep 8 - Oct The fall Coed Singleheader League will play an 8-game schedule starting in September, followed by a single-elimination championship league tournament.
Mon, Sep 9 - Nov The fall Women's Doubleheader League will play a game schedule starting in September, followed by a single-elimination championship league tournament.
Tue, Sep 10 - Nov Registration Deadline - August 30, Wed, Sep 11 - Nov The fall Coed Doubleheader League will play a game schedule starting in September, followed by a single-elimination championship league tournament. Thu, Sep 12 - Nov Each game will consist of five 5 innings, no time limit. Fri, Sep 13 - Nov Do you enjoy adult slow-pitch softball, but do you not have a full team to register? Sun, Sep 15 - Nov The fall Men's Doubleheader League will play a game schedule starting in September, followed by a single-elimination championship league tournament.
Youth Futsal League. Futsal is a Brazilian touch on indoor soccer. Sat - Sun, Dec 7 - Feb Location: Woodson Gym. Let us fill your summer break with fun, fitness, and friendship! Mon - Fri, May 28 - Aug 9. Summer Skateboard Clinics. A true introduction to skateboarding for those who have never skateboarded before. Wed - Fri, Jun 12 - Matilda Jr. Performing Arts Camp. The story of an extraordinary girl who, armed with a vivid imagination and a sharp mind, dares to take a stand and changer her own destiny. Mon - Fri Jul 1 - Youth Artist Camp - Advanced. Mon - Fir, Jul 8 - Location: Macklanburg Recreation Center.
Getting to know Footloose - Teen Performing Arts Camp. When Ren and his mother move from Chicago to a small farming town, Ren is prepared for the adjustment to his new high school. Junior Golf Camp- July This summer camp will teach Golf Fundamentals through fun and educational activities designed to develop more positive and confident students, both on and off the course. Tue-Fri, Jul Discover Magic Camp - Sellers. Location: Sellers Recreation Center. Fun with STEM. Mon - Fri, Jul 22 - Nature Career Camp. Learn about careers in natural sciences while getting hands on fun exploring archery, hiking, and nature studies.
Location: Martin Park Nature Center. Garden Explorers Camp - July. Join us while we have fun digging in the soil, planting container gardens, creating crafts, and learning about how to design a garden. Payment for camp is non-transferrable. Mon - Fri, Jul 29 - Aug2. Creative Arts. All Media Art. Whether you are an art beginner or experienced painter, join our All Media Art class to further your skills and sharpen your creative expression. Location: Taylor Recreation Center. Della Hughes teaches this eight week class using transparent watercolor.
OKC Woodcarving group meet every Wednesday, instruction is given in the craft of woodcarving techniques, wood choices and use of tools. Arts and Crafts Class. Participants will be instructed in a variety of art media, including coloring, painting, drawing, craft making and more. Mon, Wed, Fri Jun 10 - Aug 8. Location: Schilling Recreation Center. Register at Schilling Recreation Center. Ceramics July. Event ID Come create your own beautiful works of ceramic art!
Mon, Thu, Jul 1 - Jul Location: Will Rogers Senior Center. Open Studio July. Do you enjoy arts and crafts? Mon, Tue, Jul 1 - Jul Buddies with Brushes July. Do you like to paint? Tue, Jul 2 - Jul Painting - Explore Your Creativity July. Whether you're a beginner or experienced, come join the painting class to further your skills and creative expression!
Wed, Jul 3 - Jul Advanced Watercolor July. Class for advanced watercolor artists to share their techniques and experience. Thu, Jul 4 - Jul Slumping Workshop. Create beautiful glass designs using old bottles and decals. Mon, Jul Fly Fishing Class. A beginning fly fishing class that covers rod and reel selection, line selection, and casting. Parsons Fish Hatchery. Hooked on Fishing. Students will be taught basic fishing, casting, and knot tying.
Edwards Park Lake. MetroTech Springlake Campus. Sat, Jun 8. Dolese Youth Park. Crystal Lake. Foster Recreation Center Facility Admission. Mon-Fri, Jul 3 -Jun Location: Foster Recreation Center. Fitness Center Foster.
Join us for a spin in our fitness center, there's something for everyone to enjoy including free weights and cardio equipment. Mon - Fri. Register on site, at Foster Recreation Center. Enhanced Gymnastics for toddlers. Toddlers will learn the very basic steps to gymnastics according to their abilities. Gymnastics for Junior Level. Participants will learn basic enhanced gymnastics. Thu, May 2 - Aug Gymnastics for Senior Level. Participants will learn enhanced to advanced gymnastics. University of Central Oklahoma Students lead an innovative exercise class with modern techniques.
Mon, Wed, Fri, Jun 3 - Schilling Walking Club. Participants will register in the center and keep track of their distances and times walked. Mon, Wed, Thu Jun 3 - Jul Location: Schilling Park walking trail. Ages: all ages. Yoga June. Join us in this class to incorporate the benefits of yoga into your fitness routine!
Mon, Wed, Fri, Jun 3 - Jun Happy Feet. Tue, Jun 4. Location: Minnis Lakeview Center. Municipal Gym - Open Gym. Bring a friend and shoot hoops at Municipal Gym. Tue - Fri, Jun 4 - Oct Tai Chi for Better Balance. Tai Chi is a graceful form of exercise that includes a series of slow movements to make a greater connections with your body and improve balance.
Tue, Jun 4 - Aug Woodson Walkers. A year round walking program, the group starts with a gentle stretch followed by walking in the gym, ending with cool down. Tue, Thu, Jun 4 - Aug Tai Chi for Better Balance June. Tai Chi is a graceful form of exercise that includes a series of slow movements designed to improve mind-body connections and balance. Wed, Fri, Jun 5 - Jun Learn basic Kriya meditation practice to take the stress out of everyday life.
Thu, Jun 6 - Aug Register at Taylor Recreation Center. Tai Chi Chih. Tai Chi Chih is a graceful form of exercise that includes a series of slow movements accompanied by deep breathing and strong focus. Location: Taylor recreation Center. Armchair Exercise June. If you don't want to get down on the floor to exercise, this fun class is for you! Fri, Jun 7 - Jun Pound the Beat June. Come try this new class in which participants use drum sticks while performing movements to improve upper body and brain strength. Yogalates June. This class combines Yoga and Pilates to emphasize core strength.
Adult Co-ed Volleyball Leaque. Our volleyball league is 6-on-6 to provide the most fun volleyball experience for your team. Edible and Not So Edible Plants. An entertaining walk through the park with Neil Garrison identifying wild plants, both safe and poisonous. Fri, Jun Basketball Workshop. This workshop will help players build on their ball-handling skills and court awareness by learning lightning quick, one handed moves and a whole lot more! Sat, Jun Arthritis Exercise.
An exercise class for everyone! Mon, Jul 1 - Jul Fri, Jul 5 - Jul Douglass Guys Night. Mon, Jul 1- Jul Location: Douglass Recreation Center. Foster Fitness Center. Mon, Wed, Fri, Jul 1- Walking July. Walk in beautiful Will Rogers Park. Mon, Tue, Thu, Jul 1 - Jul Join this relaxing class for everyone no matter your level of flexibility or fitness. Mon, Jul1 - July Yoga July. Mon, Wed, Fri, Jul 1 - Jul Douglass Girl Scouts.
Girl Scouting builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place. Tue, Jul 2-Jul Kyokushin Karate Class. Kyokushin is an ancient form of Japanese karate that stresses physical and mental discipline, self defense, and character. Zumba Gold July.
Zumba Gold is a lower-intensity class featuring a fusion of Latin and international music and dance. Tue, Thu, Jul 2 - Jul Tai Chi for Better Balance July. Wed, Fri, Jul 3 - Jul SummerReady Bootcamp. Join us for this group fitness class that offers a combination of cardio and strength exercises for all ages and fitness levels! Fri, July 5th - Fri, July 26th. Ages: All Ages. Armchair Exercise July. Cost: No charge. Schilling Teen Full Court Basketball.
Gather all your basketball loving friends and come play all challengers. Yogalates July. Douglass Girls Night. Participants will meet on Thursday evenings to socialize as well as participate in projects that help tackle issues girls face in their own community. Thu, Jul 11 - Register at Douglass Recreation Center. Natural Grocers: Turmeric, the Spice of Life. Come learn about the health benefits and various uses for turmeric at this free workshop hosted by Natural Grocers staff at Will Rogers Senior Center.
Tue, Jul Tue, Thu, Aug 1 - Aug Mon, Aug 5 - Aug Fri, Aug 2 - Aug Mon, Wed, Fri, Aug 2 Nature Tales: Saturday. Nature Tales introduces young adventurers to the world of nature using stories and hands-on activities. Sat, Apr 13 - Jun Garden Highlights. Come take a stroll in the Gardens and Arboretum led by staff and see what you have been missing. Sat Jul 6.
Bonsai in a Bottle. Make a terrarium from a recycled pop bottle. Sat Jul World Snake Day Celebration. Are you fascinated by snakes? Fri, Jul Critter Crunch. Let's get patriotic and create a floral display for your home! Fish Scales and Tails. Oklahoma is home to over species of fish, ranging from the size of your little finger to behemoths known to attack SCUBA divers. Sat, Aug 3. A biologist will share about the Horny Toad research and conservation occuring at Tinker Airforce Base. Sat, Aug