• May

    05

    Cinco de Mayo Party with Dancing

    Jul

    04

    Independence Day Picnic

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  • WEEKLY AND MONTHLY EVENTS
  • Weekly Social Hour

     

     

    Social Hour - Second Thursday at 5 PM - Bring your own refreshments.  

    Every Second Thursday Pizza is served at 6:30 PM

    If you plan to attend for Pizza, you must be in the clubhouse by 5:30 PM so we can place our order.

     

  • Weekly Card Games

     

     

    Bridge - Every Monday at 1 PM - Call Joan Wennerholt 561.369.1653 
    Canasta - Every Monday at 1 PM - Call Maryann Carabello 561.734.7818
    Mahjong - Every Friday at 1 PM - Call Dot Moses 203.984.0750
    Men's Card Games - Every Wednesday Evening at 7 PM - Call Bonnie Price 561.739.8774

  • Ladies Luncheon

    Between September and May, there is a monthly Ladies Luncheon at an area restaurant, theater or other venue. Check back here for details or in the monthly newsletter.  You can also call Joann Wack at 561.369.3567 for more information. There is also a signup sheet in the clubhouse.

  • Water Aerobics

    Every Monday at 9 AM Weather Permitting - Contact Barbara Miller

    Water aerobics is a variation of group fitness practiced in shoulder-deep water. In a typical class, participants will run through traditional aerobics exercises, calisthenics and motions that are only feasible while partially submerged. A typical class will last between 40 and 60 minutes.  

     

    Water aerobics provides cardiovascular burn and light resistance workout.  The buoyancy of the water supports a portion of your weight, reducing the load on your joints as you move. The resistance of the water prevents any of your joints from moving too quickly, which can prevent mild hyperextension and repetitive-stress injuries and protects joints.

     

    Falling is a major concern for many seniors, owing to a combination of reduced balance and growing fragility of bones. This can make many exercise options too risky. In the water, your natural buoyancy helps to keep you upright. Even if you do lose your balance completely, you will splash gently into the liquid rather than falling to the floor.

    Please note:  No class if temperature is 65 or below.

     

     

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