Play pickleball, badminton or card games like Bridge. Learn to crochet or take an art class. See the Senior Connect for monthly schedules.
and Around Town
Join us for a short day trip or evening trip as we visit sites and cultural activities throughout the Greater Reno Tahoe area. These trips include tours, plays and more. Some tours or events do not incule lunch/dinner with the ticket price. See Monthly newsletter for more details. Scholarships apply - except for overnight trips
This club hosts dances at the Neil Road Recreation Center on the 2nd & 4th Sunday of the month. Come and join these friendly active seniors and dance away the afternoon from 2 - 5 p.m. Schedule
Have you seen a good movie lately? Enjoy a delicious brunch at Eldorado buffet. After brunch, head to our local Riverside movie theater with friends. Transportation is provided, and a selection of movies is provided before departure. Meets the first Thursday of every month. Registration is required. Fee: $20. Schedule
Winter games is February 3-14, 2014!
The Senior Games offer participants over 10 sports to compete in. Participants compete within age groups to win gold, silver, and bronze medals. The sports for summer include Archery, Baggo, Badminton, Fitness, Go Kart Race, Horseshoes, Miniature Golf, Pickle ball, Target Shooting, Speed Golf, Swimming, Table Tennis, Track and Field, Walk Race (1M/3M), and Weightlifting. Winter games offer Ice Skating, Slap shot Hockey, slalom Skiing , Cross Country Skiing, Snow Shoeing, Table Tennis, Baggo (bean bag toss), Poker, Pickle ball, Archery and bowling. Competitions are grouped into men, women, coed, or mixed doubles categories.
The registration fee is $20 and covers Closing Ceremony Dance on Valentines day! and a T-Shirt. There is a $10 per sport fee, which includes multiple events within a sport. Some sports have additional fees. Visit our Website for up to date information.
Click Reno.gov/SeniorGames or call 334-2262 for more information.
Paradise Park Community Garden: The community garden features forty-four ground plots, and six raised accessible beds for the use of members of the community with disabilities. The program runs from April through October with plots assigned on a first come, first served basis with a fee of $5 per plot. All participants must attend a required orientation to learn about the program.
Now in its eleventh year, the Community Garden has been a successful partner with many local groups. The garden also houses an intriguing resident - a six foot, 800 lb. mosaic Scarecrow. This wonderful public art piece was designed and built by local artist and sculptor Victoria Sweedler. Contact 356-3176 for more information or volunteer opportunities.