Pullman Parks & Recreation Guide

Fall 2017

Pullman Parks & Recreation Brochure...Your Recreation Connection

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Pullman Aquatic & Fitness Center: 500 NW Larry St PAFC Phone: 509-338-3290 Senior Center Phone: 509-338-3307 Pullman Senior Center: City Hall, 325 SE Paradise St 43 43 Join Us at The Pullman Senior Center! Active Living for Active Adults Active Living for Active Adults 325 SE Paradise St., City Hall, 1st Floor Call: 509-338-3307 email: seniorcenter@pullman-wa.gov or steve.bell@pullman-wa.gov Web: PullmanParksandRec.com PULLMAN SENIOR CENTER PULLMAN SENIOR CENTER Membership You can become a member of the Pullman Senior Citizens Association by paying just $15/individual and $25/couple annual dues. You will receive the monthly newsletter with your membership, which contains information about upcoming programs and trips. For more information, please call 509-338-3307, or stop by the Pullman Senior Center at 325 SE Paradise St. (Pullman City Hall) Education Computer & Phone Classes AARP Driver Courses AARP Tax Aide Informational Seminars Books & Puzzles Health & Wellness Fit & Fall Proof Exercises Blood Pressure Clinics Yoga Classes Nutrition Council on Aging Meals Breakfast Clubs Supper Clubs Grocery Shopping Recreation /Special Interest Bridge Bingo Dominos Pinochle Hand & Foot Cribbage Wii Bowling Travel/Tours Day Trips Overnight Excursions National/International Tours Special Events Holiday Bazaar Fundraiser Christmas Potluck Mystery Play & Dinner Irish Feast NEW! NEW! Free! Free! Cell Phones & Smart Phones Classes Our own members will be helping you to learn more about your cell phone, Smart phone, or iphone. Generally, just basic information for dealing with pictures, sending and receiving, creating picture albums, clearing your voice mail, etc. Individual help will be given based on time available. Sign up at the Senior Center, FREE for members. Location: Pullman Senior Center Activity Room W ..............Sep 6-27 ..................10:00-11:00am Council on Aging: Halloween Party & Meal Come on down for a tasty lunch and good old fashioned fun! Join your friends for a "bewitching" time. Dress in costume and you could win a prize! Home pickup begin at 10:00am. Location: Pullman Senior Center M ..............Oct 30 ............................... 11:45am Suggested donation for the COA meals: 60 yrs and older ..................................... $4.25 Cost of meal for 59 yrs and younger ........ $6.50 Free! Free! It's Gingerbread Time! Children and senior volunteers will be making gingerbread houses and sweet memories of all the fun they all will have. All supplies and refreshments will be provided for this unique free event. Pre- registration is required for both children and senior volunteers at the library or the senior center. This is limited to the fi rst 25 children, ages 4-10 yrs. and 12 senior center volunteers. Location: Neill Public Library in the Edith Hecht Meeting Room Instructor: Kathleen Ahern, Neill Public Library, Children's Librarian Th .............Nov 9 .......................... 4:00-5:25pm Holiday Bazaar Don't miss this annual community event! Find a great Christmas gift in the wide variety of handcrafted gifts, large book sale (hardback and paperback), DVDs, VHS, puzzles, and more. We even have delicious baked goods that will be on sale. In addition, get your knives and scissors sharpened by Max. Our tasty lunch will include: BBQ beef sandwiches, coleslaw, pie, and coff ee. Proceeds support the Pullman Senior Citizens Association. Location: Pullman Senior Center W-Th ......... Nov 15-16 ............. 10:00am-3:00pm Lunch ........11:00am-1:30pm .................... $6.00 Council on Aging: Thanksgiving Meal Join us for a delicious turkey dinner prepared by our cooks and our volunteer assistants, as we celebrate all that we're thankful for! Home pickup begins at 10:00am. Location: Pullman Senior Center F ...............Nov 17 ................served at 11:45am Suggested donation for the COA meals: 60 yrs and older .................................... $4.25 Cost of meal for 59 yrs and younger ........ $6.50

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