Don’t feel like going outside today? We’ve got lots of great indoor activities to choose from as well.
Wednesdays, January 10, 24 & 31, 2024 from 3-5 PM
HAVE FUN AND LEARN WHAT BRIDGE IS ABOUT FROM ONE OF THE TOP TEACHING CLUBS IN NORTH AMERICA!
Never played bridge before but have an interest in exploring the game? Always heard it was too hard to learn? Don’t know how to start? We make learning fun and easy!
Join our “Never-Ever” classes on Wednesday January 10, 24 & 31 at the Community Center in Frisco. The classes will run from 3-5 PM.
You will play card games to reinforce the lesson while laying a foundation to play bridge. You will play basic games on Day 1! All lessons are taught by local Master Players. The instruction is paced for those who have NEVER played bridge or even played card games before! Those with experience should wait until our Bunny Slope or Green Slope lessons begin. Watch the Summit 50Plus website and the Summit Daily events calendar for additional information.
The cost for the course is only $10 to allow you to have a fun “test” drive! Once you have finished this course you will be ready for the next step, our Bunny Slope classes! Come meet new friends and neighbors, have fun and form a love for an international game! Questions or want to register? Contact Chris Dorton (email@example.com or 970-363-9580).
1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 12:45 p.m.
Limited to players with up to 199 master points. You must come with a partner. For partners, call Howard Brown at (970) 468-2313.
Preceded by a mini lesson at 12:20, no cost
Contact Chris Dorton (firstname.lastname@example.org or 970 363 9580) to let him know you plan to attend or with questions.
Every Thursday, 12:45 p.m.
Every Monday & Friday, 12:45 p.m. Open to all levels of bridge players
Contact Brenda Alberico (email@example.com or 815 258 5843). You must come with a partner. For partners, call Howard Brown at (970) 468-2313.
Every Thursday, 1-4 PM
We are a fluid group that comes together to play cards or games. We usually meet in the hobby room of the Community Center. We play weekly, normally year round, as folks are in town. All Summit 50 Plus members can join us. We furnish cards, games we can pull out, and visit a lot. We enjoy our time together, win or lose. Bring yourself, your jokes, your laugh and join us. For more details, please call Linda McKinley at 970-389-3212 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
First Wednesday of the month, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00p.m.
If you are caring for someone who is elderly, ill, disabled or experiencing dementia, plan to visit a support group this month. Support groups provide a safe, caring, upbeat environment to share experiences and receive encouragement and education from one another. Contact Roger Abdella at 970-668-2943 for more information.
A fun group that plays Mexican Train. If you have never played, we will teach you. The game takes about 2 minutes to learn. Dominoes are available at the Senior Center or you may bring your own. We meet in the hobby room. Come early for a delicious lunch with Chef Sam.
Beginning June 6 we will also be playing at 6pm for the summer. The 1pm group will continue to meet. Please contact Carol at (847) 903-4521 or email@example.com for more information.
Every Friday, 2-4 p.m.
1st & 3rd in person at SCCSC
2nd & 4th – Zoom
We knit, crochet, spin, needle point, hand work/sew, and weave. We welcome other forms of Fiber Arts. We enjoy the creativity everyone brings to the group. We learn from each other and increase our creativity. For more details, please call Pat Larson at 970-390-4599 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every Tuesday & Thursday from 1-4PM
We play American mahjong with tiles and a structured card which changes annually. Not only is it challenging but strategy, skill, downright luck and the ability to change your original plan will help you make a mahjong. Since we all play with the same card, we have winter and summer visitors eager to join the local Summit County residents. Please come and play with us in the Hobby Room at the Senior Center.
Meetings held at the Senior Center at 10:30 AM, the first Thursday of each month.
For more information, call Patti Burnett at 970-389-1515.
Every fourth Monday (except December), 5:30 PM
We are a group of people who like to work with fabric—quilting or otherwise. Persons with any skill level are welcome to join our group to learn and share ideas. The meetings are informal. Some people do handwork during the meetings; Group sewing retreats are scheduled several times per year. Please bring your own project and material to work on. For details, contact Sharon Maroni at email@example.com.
Wednesdays from 9:30AM to 10:15AM
Reduce your risk of falling by performing agility exercises and placing positive stress on the bones, muscles, and cardiovascular system to keep them healthy and strong. Walk with more assurance and confidence. This is a fun class for all levels to improve your range of motion and ability to move your body quickly, easily, and with control & balance.
Every Tuesday from 4-5:30PM (no meetings in December)
Experienced ukulele players who meet weekly and who perform for SCCSC and other community events. New members with experience are welcome.
This is a fun group of players with varied abilities who enjoy playing together and occasionally performing in the community. Please call Ginny (970-476-5008) if you are interested in this group.
Beginning April 4, 2023, we invite all ukulele players to a monthly “Ukenanny” at the SCCSC on the first Tuesday of each month from 4-5:30. The SumUkes members have chosen songs that are easy to play and fun to sing and will offer help if needed. Whatever your ability or experience, you are welcome. If you have any questions, please call Ginny (970-476-5008).
Evidence has shown Dr. Paul Lam’s Tai Chi for Arthritis program helps prevent falls and improves health and the quality of life for older adults. Tai chi movements appear gentle and graceful, but they contain much power and internal strength. This is an excellent opportunity to come and learn more about this exercise. Facilitator Kim Greene will review the basic principles of tai chi and provide a demonstration of its fundamental forms.
Mondays & Fridays, 10:00AM – 11:15AM
Melinda’s yoga classes vary depending on who shows up and what their experience is, and what their expectations are for the day. It is truly a community-centered offering!
Typically, one can expect the practice to include breathing, moving in coordination with breathing, balancing, strengthening and stretching. The classes begin and end with mindfulness and intention and the students “tune in” with mantras and close with a song. Melinda teaches from her experiences with Kundalini, Hatha, Vinyasa, and Yin yoga, and offers and encourages modifications and even chair yoga.
All levels are welcome. Most people leave a $5 contribution for the instructor as she is not paid. Mats are available.