2024 Winter Program Guide


New Horizons Band DuPage-Beginner 1 • AGES 50 AND UP New Horizons Band DuPage provides musical instrument instruction and music-making for active adults and seniors, including those with no previous musical experience and those who have been musically inactive. Learn how to read music and play a musical instrument, or jump right in and participate in a concert band (musical instrument experience required). Every person has musical potential that can be developed to a level that will be personally rewarding. Individuals are encouraged to practice on their own outside of class and may be invited to perform in concerts at the end of each season. Each participant must own, purchase, rent or borrow the band instrument that they choose to play. New Horizons Band DuPage has some instruments that can be rented or can suggest locations where instruments can be rented or purchased. Music method books are required for the beginner and intermediate classes. Payment of $10 will be collected at the first class (price subject to change). Please make checks payable to New Horizons Band. Visit www.nhbdupage.org for more information. It’s never too late to toot your own horn! (lmo) CODE DATE DAY TIME R/N BEGINNER 1 Community United Methodist Room 102 • 20 N. Center St. 89722 Jan 18-Mar 21 Th 5:00-5:45 pm $75/$105 INTERMEDIATE Naperville Community Concert Center • 104 E. Benton Ave. 89724 Jan 15-Mar 18 M 3:30-4:15 pm $75/$105 CONCERT BAND Naperville Community Concert Center • 104 E. Benton Ave. 89723 Jan 15-Mar 18 M 5:30-7:00 pm $75/$105 Outdoor Bingo • AGES 50 AND UP Enjoy some fresh air and several games of bingo played outdoors at Nike Sports Complex! This 45-minute event includes 8 games of regular bingo. Winners’ names will be entered into a prize drawing conducted at the end of each month. Participants will be seated on metal picnic tables under the Book Family Pavilion; alternatively, participants may elect to bring their own lightweight folding chairs. Registrants will be called directly if there is a cancellation or need to reschedule due to inclement weather. Registration closes the day before each event; no on-site registration. (lmo) CODE DATE DAY TIME R/N Nike S.C. Book Family Pavilion • 288 W. Diehl Rd. 88240 Mar 21 Th 2:00-2:45 pm $3/$5 88241 Mar 25 M 2:00-2:45 pm $3/$5 88242 Mar 27 W 2:00-2:45 pm $3/$5 Principles for a Successful Retirement • AGES 50 AND UP NEW Achieving retirement goals takes disciplined saving, spending and investing, all of which can feel overwhelming especially as the retirement landscape continues to change. Discover seven essential retirement planning principals to help gain control and confidence to make informed decisions and take positive steps toward a successful retirement. Presentation provided by Pulse Financial Services. Although this is a free presentation, registration is required. (lmo) CODE DATE DAY TIME R/N ARRCC Craft Room 205 • 305 W. Jackson Ave. 89621 Feb 29 Th 1:00-2:30 pm Free

Regain Your Balance • AGES 50 AND UP Taught by instructor Cecilia Floyd-Carruthers, Regain Your Balance is specifically designed for seniors who are currently mobile and able to support themselves without assistance. As seniors progress and notice a decline in cognitive function, the biggest fear is falling. Consisting of three 15-minute segments of sitting, standing and walking, this class will help you build your confidence and regain or maintain your balance. Fall prevention and how to correctly fall to avoid injuries will be discussed. Please bring water for hydration and wear gym shoes with good support. In order to participate in the Regain Your Balance class, you must be mobile and able to support yourself without assistance. (lmo) CODE DATE DAY TIME R/N ARRCC Community Hall • 305 Jackson Ave. 89481 Jan 6-Feb 3 Sa 11:00-11:45 am $45/$68 89482 Feb 17-Mar 30 Sa 11:00-11:45 am $45/$68 Researching Senior Living Facilities • AGES 40 AND UP NEW When researching senior living facilities for yourself or a loved one, you may be overwhelmed by the many options that are available. The trend nowadays within these communities is to understand the importance of personalized care and an active lifestyle. There are many different options such as those that offer luxury amenities and lifestyle services far beyond basic senior care. Learn the questions that should be asked when visiting various communities so that you make a well-informed decision. Presentation provided by Meadowbrook Manor. Although this program is free, registration is required. (lmo) CODE DATE DAY TIME R/N ARRCC Community Hall • 305 Jackson Ave. 89620 Mar 6 W 2:00-3:15 pm Free Rules of the Road • AGES 50 AND UP The Secretary of State, in cooperation with the Naperville Park District, offers Rules of the Road classes for anyone who is age 50 and over. These free classes are designed to help you pass your Illinois driver’s license renewal examination. The classes update you on the current rules of the road and prepare you for the general written and road sign examinations. Although this program is free, registration is required. (lmo) CODE DATE DAY TIME R/N ARRCC Classroom 206 • 305 Jackson Ave. 88551 Mar 28 Th 1:30-3:30 pm Free Senior Kung Fu • AGES 50 AND UP Senior Kung Fu is designed for the active older adult looking for a fun way to improve balance, coordination and flexibility while learning traditional exercises and Chinese martial art routines and techniques in a relaxed atmosphere. Although self-defense may be discussed, the program is for personal enjoyment and is not intended to be competitive or aggressive. Take a break from your busy life and make Kung Fu your new hobby! (lmo) CODE DATE DAY TIME R/N ARRCC Community Hall • 305 Jackson Ave. 89617 Jan 9-Feb 20 Tu 9:15-10:15 am $90/$120 89618 Feb 27-Apr 9 Tu 9:15-10:15 am $90/$120

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