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Thursday January 17, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Beginner Tai Chi (Thurs 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is no set fee, but donations are accepted.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Friday January 18, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Adult Strength & Balance - Adult Strength & Balance
All adults ages 18+ are invited to join us each Monday and Friday evening at 5pm for Strength and Balance Classes.  Classes started on September 10 and are 1 hour long in the Slusser Center exercise room.  Donations are accepted.
 
Saturday January 19, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Sat 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is no set fee, but donations are accepted.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Sunday January 20, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
1:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Scrapbooking & Crafts - Scrapbook & Crafts (Sun)
Each month, the Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club meets on the second Friday from 7:00-9:00 PM, and the fourth Sunday from 1:30-5:00 PM, at the Slusser Center. All ages are welcome!
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Women's Pickup Basketball - Women's Pickup Basketball
Women's Pickup Basketball (ages 18+)      Join us every Sunday, Jan 6- Feb 10 from 6-7:30 pm at the Harold Martin School for some pickup basketball!   Register below. This Rec Department program is free to Hopkinton residents    Last minute weather cancellations will be posted at www.facebook.com/HopkintonNHrecreation      
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Men's Pickup Basketball - Men's Pickup Basketball
All men (ages 18+) are invited to play pickup basketball on Sunday nights! Hopkinton High SchoolSundays 7-9 pmNovember 25-December 30 (gym will be open through holiday season for shooting and possible pickup games)  January 6 -February 17 (gym is not available on 2/24) also note: 1/13 is a musical snow date and a possibility the gym will not be available.  Bring a blue shirt and a white shirt with you!Please pre-register belowThis Rec Department program is free to Hopkinton residents    Last minute weather cancellations will be posted at www.facebook.com/HopkintonNHrecreation
 
Monday January 21, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Adult Strength & Balance - Adult Strength & Balance
All adults ages 18+ are invited to join us each Monday and Friday evening at 5pm for Strength and Balance Classes.  Classes started on September 10 and are 1 hour long in the Slusser Center exercise room.  Donations are accepted.
 
Tuesday January 22, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Tue 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is no set fee, but donations are accepted.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Wednesday January 23, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
Thursday January 24, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Beginner Tai Chi (Thurs 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is no set fee, but donations are accepted.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Friday January 25, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Adult Strength & Balance - Adult Strength & Balance
All adults ages 18+ are invited to join us each Monday and Friday evening at 5pm for Strength and Balance Classes.  Classes started on September 10 and are 1 hour long in the Slusser Center exercise room.  Donations are accepted.
 
Saturday January 26, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Sat 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is no set fee, but donations are accepted.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
11:00 AM - 4:00 PM    Sit & Sew Group - Sit and Sew
Come join us for some sewing fun in the Slusser Center's exercise room on the 4th Saturday of the month from 11 am - 4pm.Bring your own machine and projects, or work on a blanket to be donated to Project Linus (projectlinus.org).  Project Linus, a non-profit organization, provides homemade blankets to children in need. The blankets are lovingly made by adults and children from all walks of life and many different sources and given to children in need.This group will not meet in December.
 
Sunday January 27, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Join us on January 13, 27 and February 10 at Kimball Lake Cabins for some wintertime fun!Come explore Kimball Lake and surrounding trails this winter! The Rec Department will open the cabin from 1-3pm on these dates and will have a fire and hot cocoa to warm you up!   Enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the Lake.  We will have some skates and snowshoes to borrow.   *Lake conditions are weather dependent and we may have to adjust dates above around the winter storms or if the ice is unsafe.
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Women's Pickup Basketball - Women's Pickup Basketball
Women's Pickup Basketball (ages 18+)      Join us every Sunday, Jan 6- Feb 10 from 6-7:30 pm at the Harold Martin School for some pickup basketball!   Register below. This Rec Department program is free to Hopkinton residents    Last minute weather cancellations will be posted at www.facebook.com/HopkintonNHrecreation      
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Men's Pickup Basketball - Men's Pickup Basketball
All men (ages 18+) are invited to play pickup basketball on Sunday nights! Hopkinton High SchoolSundays 7-9 pmNovember 25-December 30 (gym will be open through holiday season for shooting and possible pickup games)  January 6 -February 17 (gym is not available on 2/24) also note: 1/13 is a musical snow date and a possibility the gym will not be available.  Bring a blue shirt and a white shirt with you!Please pre-register belowThis Rec Department program is free to Hopkinton residents    Last minute weather cancellations will be posted at www.facebook.com/HopkintonNHrecreation
 
Monday January 28, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Adult Strength & Balance - Adult Strength & Balance
All adults ages 18+ are invited to join us each Monday and Friday evening at 5pm for Strength and Balance Classes.  Classes started on September 10 and are 1 hour long in the Slusser Center exercise room.  Donations are accepted.
 
Tuesday January 29, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Tue 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is no set fee, but donations are accepted.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Wednesday January 30, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
Thursday January 31, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Beginner Tai Chi (Thurs 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is no set fee, but donations are accepted.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Friday February 1, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    7th Grade HMHS
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Adult Strength & Balance - Adult Strength & Balance
All adults ages 18+ are invited to join us each Monday and Friday evening at 5pm for Strength and Balance Classes.  Classes started on September 10 and are 1 hour long in the Slusser Center exercise room.  Donations are accepted.
 
Saturday February 2, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Sat 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is no set fee, but donations are accepted.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Sunday February 3, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Women's Pickup Basketball - Women's Pickup Basketball
Women's Pickup Basketball (ages 18+)      Join us every Sunday, Jan 6- Feb 10 from 6-7:30 pm at the Harold Martin School for some pickup basketball!   Register below. This Rec Department program is free to Hopkinton residents    Last minute weather cancellations will be posted at www.facebook.com/HopkintonNHrecreation      
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Men's Pickup Basketball - Men's Pickup Basketball
All men (ages 18+) are invited to play pickup basketball on Sunday nights! Hopkinton High SchoolSundays 7-9 pmNovember 25-December 30 (gym will be open through holiday season for shooting and possible pickup games)  January 6 -February 17 (gym is not available on 2/24) also note: 1/13 is a musical snow date and a possibility the gym will not be available.  Bring a blue shirt and a white shirt with you!Please pre-register belowThis Rec Department program is free to Hopkinton residents    Last minute weather cancellations will be posted at www.facebook.com/HopkintonNHrecreation
 
Monday February 4, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Adult Strength & Balance - Adult Strength & Balance
All adults ages 18+ are invited to join us each Monday and Friday evening at 5pm for Strength and Balance Classes.  Classes started on September 10 and are 1 hour long in the Slusser Center exercise room.  Donations are accepted.
 
Tuesday February 5, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Tue 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is no set fee, but donations are accepted.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Wednesday February 6, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
Thursday February 7, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Beginner Tai Chi (Thurs 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is no set fee, but donations are accepted.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Friday February 8, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    7th Grade HMHS
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Adult Strength & Balance - Adult Strength & Balance
All adults ages 18+ are invited to join us each Monday and Friday evening at 5pm for Strength and Balance Classes.  Classes started on September 10 and are 1 hour long in the Slusser Center exercise room.  Donations are accepted.
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Scrapbooking & Crafts - Scrapbook & Crafts (Fri)
Each month, the Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club meets on the second Friday from 7:00-9:00 PM, and the fourth Sunday from 1:30-5:00 PM, at the Slusser Center. All ages are welcome!
 
Saturday February 9, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Sat 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is no set fee, but donations are accepted.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Sunday February 10, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins - Winter Fun at Kimball Cabins
Join us on January 13, 27 and February 10 at Kimball Lake Cabins for some wintertime fun!Come explore Kimball Lake and surrounding trails this winter! The Rec Department will open the cabin from 1-3pm on these dates and will have a fire and hot cocoa to warm you up!   Enjoy snowshoeing and cross country skiing on the Greenway Trail, ice skating, hockey, broomball or ice fishing on the Lake.  We will have some skates and snowshoes to borrow.   *Lake conditions are weather dependent and we may have to adjust dates above around the winter storms or if the ice is unsafe.
 
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM    Women's Pickup Basketball - Women's Pickup Basketball
Women's Pickup Basketball (ages 18+)      Join us every Sunday, Jan 6- Feb 10 from 6-7:30 pm at the Harold Martin School for some pickup basketball!   Register below. This Rec Department program is free to Hopkinton residents    Last minute weather cancellations will be posted at www.facebook.com/HopkintonNHrecreation      
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Men's Pickup Basketball - Men's Pickup Basketball
All men (ages 18+) are invited to play pickup basketball on Sunday nights! Hopkinton High SchoolSundays 7-9 pmNovember 25-December 30 (gym will be open through holiday season for shooting and possible pickup games)  January 6 -February 17 (gym is not available on 2/24) also note: 1/13 is a musical snow date and a possibility the gym will not be available.  Bring a blue shirt and a white shirt with you!Please pre-register belowThis Rec Department program is free to Hopkinton residents    Last minute weather cancellations will be posted at www.facebook.com/HopkintonNHrecreation
 
Monday February 11, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Adult Strength & Balance - Adult Strength & Balance
All adults ages 18+ are invited to join us each Monday and Friday evening at 5pm for Strength and Balance Classes.  Classes started on September 10 and are 1 hour long in the Slusser Center exercise room.  Donations are accepted.
 
Tuesday February 12, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Tue 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is no set fee, but donations are accepted.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Wednesday February 13, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
Thursday February 14, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Tai Chi Classes - Beginner Tai Chi (Thurs 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is no set fee, but donations are accepted.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Friday February 15, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Strong Living 50+ Programs - Strong Living 50+ Programs
Intermediate Line Dancing Mon & Wed 10 amThe Intermediate Line Dancing group meets from 10:00-11:30 am on Mondays & Wednesdays in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a fun class to work on your skills in the art of line dancing!There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please come just before 10:00 am on a Monday or Wednesday.  Strength Exercises Tues & Thurs 9-10 amStrength Exercise is a non-aerobic program at the Slusser Center designed for seniors to strengthen bones and improve balance, thereby helping seniors to maintain their independence. Included in the program are exercise routines using ankle weights and hand weights, as well as stretching and balance exercises. Increasing weight adds to the intensity of the program. Participants are encouraged to increase ankle and hand weights gradually or whenever they feel it is possible. Seniors age 50+ of all ability levels are welcome. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.Any senior age 50+ who wants to join the Strength Exercise Classes, please come and speak with the instructor, Gloria Symonds, on a Tuesday or Thursday just before 9:00 am. Strength & Balance Mon & Wed 3-4 pmThe Strength and Balance Exercise Class meets every Monday and Wednesday from 3:00-4:00 pm at the Slusser Center. The class provides weight training, stretching, and balance exercises which will provide a foundation for increased quality of life for our seniors and a place to be encouraged to become stronger individuals.The program is based on the former Strong Living program developed by Tufts University. The program consists of a series of lower body, core, and upper body exercises. The leader monitors the form of the participants and provides correction if necessary. Each participant determines the amount of weight lifted and is encouraged by the leader to increase weights within his or her ability.There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted.To join this class, please speak with the leader, Judy Sanborn, just before 3:00 pm on a Monday or Wednesday.  Chair Yoga Mon and Fri 9-10 amChair Yoga meets in the Exercise Room at the Slusser Center. This program is for seniors age 50+ and is a gentle, chair based yoga for any level. There is no set fee for this program, but donations are accepted. To join this class, please come and speak with the instructor just before 9:00 am on a Monday or Friday.
 
8:30 AM - 4:30 PM    Senior Daytime Activities - Senior Daytime Activities
Join us Monday - Friday 8:30 am to 4:30 pm at the Slusser Center for a variety of Senior activities!  (ages 50+) Strength & Balance Exercises (Mon & Wed 3-4 pm) Strength Exercises (Tues & Thurs 9-10 am) Free Blood Pressure Checks (Wed 11:30 am-12 pm) Senior Lunch (Wed 12-1 pm) $4 donation suggested  Intermediate Line Dancing (Mon & Wed 10-11:30 am) Knitting Group (Tues 1:30 pm) Quilting Group (Thurs 10 am - 4 pm) Cribbage (Tues 1-3:30 pm)Learn to Play Cribbage (call the Rec Dept. at 746-8263 and we will set up a private lesson!) Bingo (1st and 3rd Fri 1-3 pm) Scrabble (Wednesdays 1-3 pm) Card Making (Wed 12:45 pm & Fri 1 pm usually 2nd week of the month) Mah Jongg Games (every Fri 1-3 pm) Memoirs Class (every other Tuesday 12:15-1:15 pm - No Classes in July and August) VNA Health Clinic (1st Thurs 10 am-1 pm) Call Nurse ahead for appointment, at 410-9953. $10 suggested donation. Crocheting Program (Thursdays 1:30 pm - Free) Bring your own project and materials. Lessons available!We also have Adult activities! (ages 18+)  Beginner Tai Chi Class (Thurs 6-7 pm)  Tai Chi Group (Tues 6-8 pm, Sat 8:30-10:30 am) Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club (2nd Fri 7-9 pm, 4th Sunday 1:30-5 pm)Sit and Sew (4th Saturday of the month 11 am-4 pm)Adult Strength and Balance Classes (Mon & Fri 5-6 pm)Some activities have space limitations so pre-registering is required.Call Slusser Center at 746-8265.   
 
10:00 AM - 3:00 PM    7th Grade HMHS
 
5:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Adult Strength & Balance - Adult Strength & Balance
All adults ages 18+ are invited to join us each Monday and Friday evening at 5pm for Strength and Balance Classes.  Classes started on September 10 and are 1 hour long in the Slusser Center exercise room.  Donations are accepted.
 
Saturday February 16, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Tai Chi Classes - Experienced Tai Chi (Sat 2015)
Beginner Tai Chi Class: Meets on Thursdays from 6:00-7:00 PM.Experienced Tai Chi Classes: Meet on Tuesdays from 6:00-8:00 PM, and on Saturdays from 8:30-10:30 AM.All Tai Chi Classes are held in the Exercise Room on the lower level of the Slusser Center.There is no set fee, but donations are accepted.Come just before class time to sign up with the instructor.
 
Sunday February 17, 2019
8:00 AM - 10:00 PM    Ice Skating - Ice Skating
Ice Skating is available when conditions permit at Kimball Lake Cabins.   All skating is at the user's risk, and ice is only monitored and cleared off by the Town for the "Winter Fun" events at the cabins.  Shovels are on site if you are inclined to help remove snow.  Please do not leave piles of snow on the skating surface as they will refreeze there for the season.  Ice fishing at the Lake is welcome and also at your own risk.  We ask that you please choose an area outside of the skating area.  Please remove the hockey nets at the end of each evening.  The pond surface is continually thawing and refreezing on the surface and the nets will be stuck in place for the season if not removed each night.  Also, if you walk on the ice when it is slushy, it will refreeze with your footprints and make the surface unsuitable for skating.Have fun and please remember your safety gear!  Helmets are always a good idea!
 
1:30 PM - 5:00 PM    Scrapbooking & Crafts - Scrapbook & Crafts (Sun)
Each month, the Community Scrapbooking & Crafts Club meets on the second Friday from 7:00-9:00 PM, and the fourth Sunday from 1:30-5:00 PM, at the Slusser Center. All ages are welcome!
 
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM    Men's Pickup Basketball - Men's Pickup Basketball
All men (ages 18+) are invited to play pickup basketball on Sunday nights! Hopkinton High SchoolSundays 7-9 pmNovember 25-December 30 (gym will be open through holiday season for shooting and possible pickup games)  January 6 -February 17 (gym is not available on 2/24) also note: 1/13 is a musical snow date and a possibility the gym will not be available.  Bring a blue shirt and a white shirt with you!Please pre-register belowThis Rec Department program is free to Hopkinton residents    Last minute weather cancellations will be posted at www.facebook.com/HopkintonNHrecreation