Registration for Spring 2017: February 6 - 10
Register at My Active Center
Not sure if a class is right for you? Come in and audit a class once for free. There are several outdoor groups. Some walk, some hike. Some are seasonal, some are year-round.
You might want to check out:
Jump to Enrichment and Social Activities
Jump to BoomerVenture
Jump To Adventure
Breath, Balance and Body Wellness
Tuesdays, Feb. 21 - May 9; 2 pm; $48
Beginners Brush-Up - 2:15 pm
Entire group - 2:30 pm
Intermediate Challenges - 3 pm
Tuesdays, Feb. 21 - May 9; 2:15 pm; $48
Men and Women in Motion
Tuesdays, Feb. 21 - May 9; 8 am; $42
Thursdays, Feb. 23 - May 11; 8 am; $42
Sit and Get Fit
Tuesdays, Feb. 21 - May 9; 10:15 am; $42
Fridays, Feb. 24 - May 12; 10:15 am; $42
Wednesdays, Feb. 22 - May 10; 8:00 am or 8:45 am; $42
Fridays, Feb. 24 - May 12; 8 am or 8:45 am; $42
Strengthen and Stride
Tuesdays, Feb. 21 - May 9; 9 am; $42
Thursdays, Feb. 23 - May 11; 9am; $42
Beginners: Tuesdays, Feb. 21 - May 9; 1:10 pm; $31.50
(no class from 4/11/17 - 4/25/17)
Intermediate I: Thursdays, Feb. 23 - May 11; 1:10 pm; $31.50
(no class from 4/6/17 - 4/20/17)
Intermediate II: Thursdays, Feb. 23 - May 11; 2:15 pm; $31.50
(no class from 4/6/17 - 4/20/17)
Tap Dancing Basic
Wednesdays, Feb. 22 - May 10; 9:35 am; $42
Tap Dancing Performance
Wednesdays, Feb. 22 - May 10; 12:45 pm; $42
Tuesdays, Feb. 21 - May 9; 10:30 am; $42
Ask about enrolling in partial sessions using a punch card.
Wednesdays, Feb. 22 - May 10; 1:00 pm; $42
Mondays, Feb.27 - May 8; 10:15 am; $11
Walk the Gym: The Cormier Youth Center
The gym is open from 9-10:30 am for you to exercise by walking the gym, regardless of the weather.
Every Tuesday and Thursday through May 12.
SOS: Seniors On Strength
S.O.S. is a dynamic combination of strength development and cardiovascular conditioning for the active older adult. This workout challenges all major muscle groups, mixing in great music that will inspire you to get the results you want. This fun class is designed to increase strength and range of movement, concentrating on balance, coordination, agility and flexibility.
Check for openings! Instructor: Terri Guenard from Atria Place. Free. Limit 20 Sponsored by Atria Place
Mondays, dates and times to be determined; Free.
We have several outdoor groups that meet at various times of the year.
All hikes meet at the Center at Punchard at 9am. Activities subject to change due to weather and conditions. Registration is a must at www.myactivecenter.com Any cancellation or changes will be communicated by email and/or phone to those registered. All participants need a health release form on file at The Center. Bring, binoculars, water and wear sturdy shoes or hiking boots, bug spray and walking stick. Please be sure we have your email and phone information to keep you informed.
Outdoor Adventures for Women offers an opportunity to demonstrate the changing image of retired women by exploring local hiking trails together and occasionally traveling to more distant destinations. This group offers physical activity, good conversation, chances to explore beautiful natural areas and often leads to new friendships among active women. Registration a must.
Hiking or Snow Shoeing depending on Conditions
Thursday, March 16: A short walk to Historical Society for private behind the scenes tour - numbers may be limited; please register early!
Monday, April 3: Sudden Pond, Harold Parker. Look for Vernal Pools and learn the importance of these natural wonders.
Thursday, April 20: Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary - admissions for non-Mass Audubon memers is $3 plus bus transportation. Bring lunch.
Get in touch to add your name and email to their list. All hikes meet at The Center at Punchard at 9:00 am and are subject to change due to weather and conditions. Any cancellations or changes will be communicated by email and/or phone to those
Outdoor Adventures for Men provides a chance for active men to get outdoors from April through December. Most of our activities have been hiking the many wonderful trails in and around Andover, but we have done a few activities outside of the area such as walking the Mount Auburn Cemetery in Cambridge, toured the State House, hiked Dog Town in Gloucester, paddled the Shawsheen River, and bicycled the Nashua River Trail. Our trips not only get us some wonderful exercise, but enable us to share the experience with other men, and offer the chance to photograph what we see along the way. The hikes are free — usually about 2-3 miles in length and last for 1.5 to 2 hours. Registration a must.
Men are Hibernating until Spring!