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Classes and Activities

The Orange Senior Center offers a variety of on-going and unique programs and activities open to anyone over age 50. Classes fill quickly and require pre-registration unless listed as drop-in. To register, call the center at (216) 831-8600 x 5700 or register online by clicking here. 
 
Do you have an idea for a new class? contact Maggie Runyon at (216) 831-8600 x 5700 or at mrunyon@orangecsd.org 

Special Series - Conscious Aging 

NEW! AGING IN PLACE: AUTONOMY AND AFFIRMATION AS WE GROW OLDER
Are you one of the 90% of adults over age 65 whose goal it is to remain living independently at home for as long as possible? If so, this desire to “age in place” is best accomplished through research, contingency planning, preparatory strategies, and communication between you, family members, and current and/ or future healthcare providers. Regardless of where you are with your retirement planning, you can benefit from this three-part series that will help you remain the author of your own life story. Through small group discussions and experiential
activities, you’ll leave with a better idea of what aging in place means and a personal action plan for remaining at home for as long as possible. Includes a complimentary “get acquainted” dinner on the first night! Sponsored by Judson at Home.
Instructor: Luke Frazier, JD, Judson at Home
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR620       October 1 – 15       Monday       6:30 – 7:30 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $45 / Nonresident: $50

NEW! HEALTHY AGING: EXPLORING THE MIND-BODY CONNECTION
New! Research shows that how you feel and what you think can directly affect your body. Since body and mind are inextricably connected, the more you increase positive thoughts and emotions, the better you can learn to control
negative emotions like fear and worry. In this four-week class you’ll learn heart-centered practices such as breath work, mindfulness, meditation, and ways to release emotional toxicity through journaling and other relaxation techniques. These practices can also provide health benefits, such as increasing memory, reducing inflammation and harmful levels of stress hormones, and mitigating the process of aging. Join us as we focus on self-care, and investigate ways to help you discover the wisdom you carry within.
Instructor: Marilyn Brennan, LISW-S
Location: OSC Yellow Room
18FSR625       October 25 – November 15       Thursday       10 – 11:30 am
Resident/OSC Member: $45 / Nonresident: $50

NEW! 21-DAY FRESH START TO A NEW YOU!
Join Melanie Jatsek, Heinen’s Corporate Wellness Specialist and registered dietitian, for this three-week program and learn how to take the confusion out of healthy eating. In this class you will learn how to: make smart food choices that optimize your energy and well-being; incorporate Superfoods into your meals and snacks; prepare simple and healthy meals; manage your blood sugars, Triglycerides, and blood pressure by choosing heart-healthy carbohydrates; choose essential vitamins and supplements. Each 60-minute Super Session begins with a health-empowering presentation, followed by food samples. The last class will meet at Heinen’s in Pepper Pike. Sponsored by Heinen’s
Instructor: Melanie Jatsek, Registered Dietician
Location: Orange Senior Center, Annex
18FSR240       October 22 – November 5       Monday       2 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $39 / Nonresident: $44
 
Discovery Classes
 
BEGINNING A FAMILY HISTORY PROJECT
Tracing your family history is a fun and compelling project! A speaker from the Western Reserve Historical Society will share information on how to research and add valuable information to your family tree. 
Instructor: Western Reserve Historical Society
Location: OSC Yellow Room
18FSR305       November 7       Wednesday       2 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member/Resident: $5

CREATING YOUR BUCKET LIST
Everyone has a number of achievements and experiences that they hope to accomplish throughout their lifetime, often called a “bucket list.” Come learn how to create your own list and pursue your lifetime dreams one at a time. Sponsored by Hospice of the Western Reserve.
Location: OSC Yellow Room
Instructor: Lynn Hermensky, Hospice of the Western Reserve
18FSR225       October 25       Thursday       1:30 – 2:30 pm
Resident/OSC member: $5 / Nonresident: $5

HEALTHY LIVING: WHEN TO CLAIM SOCIAL SECURITY
Are you nearing retirement and exploring when to stop working full time and start collecting Social Security? This workshop will help you determine the optimal age to begin receiving benefits based on your financial and life
circumstances. We’ll discuss how Social Security benefits are calculated; factors that increase or decrease retirement benefits; and common situations to consider before deciding to claim benefits. Sponsored by ESOP/One Call for Wellness.
Instructor: Empowering and Strengthening Ohio’s People (ESOP)
Location: OSC Yellow Room
18FSR530       September 12       Wednesday       2 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member/Nonresident: $5

MEDICARE OPTIONS FOR YOU: ONE-ON- ONE COUNSELING SESSIONS
Questions about your Medicare options? You’re not alone! Meet with a representative from the Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program (OSHIIP) to discuss your Medicare benefits and options and get the answers
you need. OSHIIP is the lead Medicare educational office in our state providing unbiased information. (They do not sell insurance.) They can be particularly helpful to those who are just getting ready to retire, or who might want to
consider changing their Medicare coverage. Representatives will be on hand for forty-five minute individual counseling sessions. Free service but you MUST preregister for individual counseling.
Instructor: Ohio Senior Health Insurance Information Program staff
Location: OSC Clinic
September 4      Tuesday       9:30 am – 12:30 pm
October 9      Tuesday       9:30 am – 12:30 pm
November 9       Friday       9:30 am – 12:30 pm
November 13       Tuesday       9:30 am – 12:30 pm
December 11       Tuesday       9:30 am – 12:30 pm
Resident/OSC Member/Nonresident: Free

INTRODUCTION TO REIKI
What is Reiki anyway? The word is often translated as universal energy. The idea is that there is abundant energy floating all around to help us heal and be healthy, and with some training and attunement, a Reiki practitioner can learn to focus that energy to promote well-being. Reiki can relax and calm emotions, lessen or eradicate pain, and help thoughts become clear. Its purpose is to help a person’s body, mind, and spirit find their natural sense of well-being. In this class, you’ll get an overview of the many ways a Reiki session can improve your life through supporting your mind, body and spirit.
Instructor: Margaret Swift
Location: OSC Clinic
18FSR113       October 2       Tuesday       1:30 – 2:30 pm
Resident/OSC Member/Resident: $5

INDIVIDUAL REIKI SESSIONS
Reiki is typically done in a quiet setting, sometimes with relaxing music, with the client fully clothed. Reiki can be administered with a light touch or with no touch if that is preferred. Even with a short 30-minute session, people often report feeling relaxed and having lessened pain or confusion for several hours. A Reiki practitioner will visit our campus the third Tuesday of each month, between 12:30-2:30 pm, available for 30-minute individual sessions. Please call the OSC to schedule appointment.
Instructor: Margaret Swift
Location: OSC Clinic
September 18       Tuesday       12:30 – 2:30 pm
October 16       Tuesday       12:30 – 2:30 pm
November 20       Tuesday       12:30 – 2:30 pm
December 18       Tuesday       12:30 – 2:30 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $25 / Nonresident: $25

RIGHTSIZING YOUR HOME, RIGHTSIZING YOUR LIFE
Is it time to reduce the clutter and “stuff” of your life, and start living in a simpler environment? Join Lee-Ann Spacek of North Coast Relocation as she shares ideas about rightsizing, downsizing and making plans for a future move. Please preregister.
Instructor: Lee-Ann Spacek
Location: OSC Annex
18FSR602       September 27       Thursday       2 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $5 / Nonresident: $5

ACUPRESSURE: JAPANESE STYLE - A SELF HELP CLASS
This class will introduce you to the beautiful art of Jin Shin Jyutsu,® an ancient Japanese form of gentle touch therapy applied with the hands and fingertips in successive patterns on the clothed body. You will learn some simple self help techniques to calm your nervous system and enhance your natural self-regulation energy flow. We will explore the 26 “Safety Energy Locks” and learn how to alleviate discomforts in the body such as headaches, anxiety, etc. $5 supply fee paid to the instructor.
Instructor: Sandy Wiebusch.
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR123A       October 1 – 15       Monday       2:30 – 4:30 pm
18FSR123B       November 5 – 19       Monday       2:30 – 4:30 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $40 / Nonresident: $45

NEW! ESTATE PLANNING BASICS
Wills and Trusts, Probate Avoidance, Medicaid, Special Needs Planning and More. Elder law attorney Elizabeth Perla will educate you on estate planning instruments and techniques. Learn your options and what estate planning can do for you and your family. Bring your questions and get informed!
Instructor: Elizabeth Perla
Location: OSC Yellow Room
18FSR635       October 10       Wednesday       1 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member/Resident: $5

NEW! AGE-RELATED MACULAR DEGENERATION
Join a representative from Retina Associates of Cleveland as we talk about eye health and the most common eye diseases. Our focus will be age-related macular degeneration, and ways we can prevent and/or treat this disorder. We’ll also discuss low vision services that are available to seniors, including vision rehabilitation and devices that can be used to make living with low vision as easy as possible. Learn about the newest treatments, and the clinical trials that are underway right here in Cleveland.
Instructor: Retina Associates of Cleveland
Location: OSC Annex
18FSR630       October 18       Thursday       1 – 2 pm
Resident/OSC Member/Resident: $5

NEW! BRAIN-BOOSTING FOODS
Come join Montefiore’s Care Specialists and Registered Dietician as they outline measures that can be taken physically, as well as nutritionally, to help avoid dementia. Sponsored by Montefiore’s Memory Care Network, bringing their expertise in dementia care to the community. A light lunch featuring “Brain Boosting Foods” will be provided during Q&A.
Instructor: John Burkley
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR207       October 23       Tuesday       11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Resident/OSC Member/Resident: $5

NEW! DON’T GIVE UP THE THINGS YOU LOVE BECAUSE OF ARTHRITIS PAIN!
If you are missing out on doing the things you love because you suffer from arthritis or joint pain, join Dr Patrick Hergenroeder for a discussion about solutions- from non-surgical treatment to minimally invasive joint replacement surgery. 
Instructor: Dr. Patrick Hergenroeder
Location: OSC Annex
18FSR223       October 30       Tuesday       10 am
Resident/OSC Member/Resident: $5
 
Games and Activities

BRIDGE IMPROVEMENT I
Three sessions of PLAY OF THE HAND; declarative strategies and three sessions of your choice of topics. Declarative strategies will include: discussion of developing a plan for a suit contract and for a no-trump contract; counting sure tricks, fast losers and slow losers; finessing; establishing long suits. You also get to request or suggest topics for the remaining three sessions. 
Instructor: Sue Pisanelli
Location: OSC Green Room
18FSR182A       Sept. 13 – Oct. 18       Thursday       10 am – 12 noon
Resident/OSC Member: $66 / Nonresident: $71

NOVICE BRIDGE 2: COMPETITIVE BIDDING
A great class for those who need a refresher course and desire to take their skills to the next level. This class will build on the concepts learned in Novice Bridge I to introduce methods to become competitive in the bidding. Sacrifice Bidding, Preemptive Bids, Overcalls, and Takeout Doubles will be discussed with prepared boards and play techniques. Other techniques such as negative doubles, cue bids, redoubles and penalty doubles will be introduced. (Students should have game experience or have taken Bridge I.) Will be using Audrey Grant’s book,
Bridge Basics 2 – Competitive Bidding, 2005.
Instructor: Sue Pisanelli
Location: OSC Green Room
18FSR181       Sept.13 – Oct. 18       Thursday       1 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $66 / Nonresident: $71

NEW! BRIDGE IMPROVEMENT II
Bridge Clinic: This is your class – Choose something that you want to learn more about. Who doesn’t need a little improvement in their bridge game? The class will be customized to the participants and will include play techniques, defensive techniques, special bids, slam bidding, conventions, competition and more. No class November 22.
Instructor: Sue Pisanelli
Location: OSC Green Room
18FSR182B       Nov. 1 – Dec. 13       Thursday       10 am – 12 noon
Resident/OSC Member: $66 / Nonresident: $71

NOVICE BRIDGE 3: POPULAR CONVENTIONS
The popular conventions including Stayman, Jacoby Transfers, Strong Opening Bids, and Slam Bidding will be introduced; complete with prepared boards and supervised play to discuss declarer play; opening leads, and defensive techniques including signaling. Will be using Audrey Grant’s book, Bridge Basics 2 – Competitive Bidding, 2005. (Students should have game experience or have taken Novice Bridge I) No class on November 22.
Instructor: Sue Pisanelli
Location: OSC Green Room
18FSR183       Nov.1 – Dec. 13       Thursday       1 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $66 / Nonresident: $71

DROP-IN BRIDGE
Practice your bridge skills in a non-competitive setting. No reservations required.
Location: OSC Green Room
18SR180A       Sept. 17 – Dec. 17       Monday       9:30 am – 12:30 pm
18SR180B       Sept.14 – Dec. 28       Friday       12:30 – 3:30 pm
Resident / Nonresident: $1 donation per player

NEW! BEGINNING MAHJONG
New! Part skill, part strategy, part luck, all fun! Come learn to play this enjoyable game, meet friends and exercise your brain. In 6 sessions, you will become proficient enough to play with others. Bring a mahj set if you have one (not required). A 2018 American Mahjong League card ($9.00) is required and can be purchased from instructor.
Instructor: Valerie Behrens
Location: OSC Annex
18FSR190       Sept. 26 – Oct.31       Wednesday       2 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $42 / Nonresident: $47

DROP-IN MAHJONG
Join us for Monday Mahjong! All are welcome – you just need a basic knowledge of the game. If your skills are rusty, playing with others will help bring you up to par. Bring your current year Mahjong card and come meet a group of people who love to play the game.
Location: OSC Annex
18SR189       Sept. 17 – Dec.17       Monday       12 – 3 pm
Resident / Nonresident: $1 donation per player
 
Arts & Crafts

DRAWING & PAINTING STUDIO
Instructor helps students explore the fundamentals and techniques of both creative expressions. Students select their own projects and receive hands-on assistance and instruction. All skill levels welcome.
Instructor: Barb Brastoff
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR145A       Sept. 11 – Oct. 30       Tuesday       9 – 11:30 am
Resident/OSC Member: $72 / Nonresident: $77
18FSR145B       Nov. 6 – Dec. 18       Tuesday       9 – 11:30 am
Resident/OSC Member: $63 / Nonresident: $68

NEW! ONE STROKE “FABULOUS” FALL
Using the One Stroke method of painting (blend/shade/highlight with one stroke) we will be painting new fall projects including pumpkins and apple baskets. All skill levels welcome. $3 supply fee paid to instructor.
Instructor: Jaci Davis
Location: OSC Annex
18FSR148       Sept. 20 – Oct. 4       Thursday       1 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $27 / Nonresident: $32

MAKE YOUR OWN GREETING CARDS
It’s been said that a handmade greeting card is more than a piece of paper. It is really a hug with a fold in the center. In our card-making class, you will learn many techniques such as rubber stamping, types of embossing, basic die cutting, and paper folding, to create unique greeting cards. Techniques will be taught based on the interests and skills of the group. You do not need to be an artist. Come to have fun creating cards for your friends and relatives! $10 material fee due to instructor.
Instructor: Kathleen Barr
Location: OSC Green Room
18FSR142A       Sept. 18 – Oct.9       Tuesday       1:30 – 3 pm
18FSR142B       Oct. 23 – Nov. 13       Tuesday       1:30 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $19 / Nonresident: $24

POLYMER CLAY “FALL” TECHNIQUES
You will be learning a number of new surface techniques for polymer clay – including “batik” and a “napkin” design. No experience necessary.
Instructor: Jaci Davis
Location: OSC Annex
18FSR146       Sept. 25 – Oct.9       Tuesday       1 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $27 / Nonresident: $32

NEW! ONE STROKE GIFTS
New! Using the One Stroke method of painting (blend/shade/highlight with one stroke) we will paint four different projects that you can keep or give as a gift. All skill levels welcome. $7 supply fee payable to instructor.
Instructor: Jaci Davis
Location: OSC Annex
18FSR155       Oct. 18 – Nov. 8       Thursday       1 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $36 / Nonresident: $41

“TWIST AND SHOUT” WIRE BRACELET
This is a fun introduction to making wire jewelry. You will create a quick and easy beaded wire bracelet in just one class. No experience necessary. $3 supply fee due to instructor.
Instructor: Jaci Davis
Location: OSC Annex
18FSR154       October 23       Tuesday       1 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $19 / Nonresident: $24

NEW! ONE STROKE HOME DÉCOR
Using the One Stroke method of painting (blend/shade/highlight with one stroke) we will paint three projects for your home – or last-minute gift giving. All skill levels welcome. $7 supply fee payable to instructor. No class November 22.
Instructor: Jaci Davis
Location: OSC Annex
18FSR156       Nov. 15 – Dec. 6       Thursday       1 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $27 / Nonresident: $32

COLORING TECHNIQUES
Bring out your inner child and learn a variety of tips and techniques for the latest coloring craze. We will also include some drawing “dezigns” that can be incorporated into your projects. Supplies are included. No experience necessary.
Instructor: Jaci Davis
Location: OSC Annex
18FSR157       November 6 – 20       Tuesday       1 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $27 / Nonresident: $32

DROP-IN KNITTING
Join a lively group of knitters as you work on projects of your choice. Our expert knitters will be there to provide guidance if needed.
Location: OSC Green Room
18SR901       Sept. 11 – Dec.18       Tuesday       10:30 am – 12 noon
Resident/OSC Member/Nonresident: Free

Technology

COMPUTER BASICS 101
New to computers? This is the class for you! Learn how to use the keyboard, mouse and monitor. We will review the mysterious terminology, talk about different operating systems, browsers, and search engines. Bring your own
laptop if you have one.
Instructor: Peg Zitzner
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR186       September 18 – 25       Tuesday       1 – 2:30 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $29 / Nonresident: $34

MICROSOFT WORD
Discover the fundamentals for creating letters and documents as well as editing your work. Learn to move and copy text, undo, format, and save a document. 
Instructor: Peg Zitzner
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR194       October 9 – 16       Tuesday       1 – 2:30 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $29 / Nonresident: $34

NEW! WORKING WITH IMAGES IN WORD
We’ll learn how to place a picture in your documents, how to find images on the internet, and get familiar with the picture dialog box.
Instructor: Peg Zitzner
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR194A       October 30       Tuesday       1 – 2 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $19 / Nonresident: $24

INTRODUCTION TO EXCEL
Learn basic Excel skills including entering data, inserting and deleting rows and columns, and creating formulas. This is a versatile program which is useful for much more than accounting. Bring your own laptop if you have one.
Instructor: Peg Zitzner
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR195       November 6 – 13       Tuesday       1 – 2:30 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $29 / Nonresident: $34

E-MAIL FUNDAMENTALS
Do you have an email account and ignore it? Do your friends and family chide you for not being able to reach you? You’ll learn to use many of the features of common email programs including working with photos and attachments. If you don’t already have an account, you’ll open a (free) personal email account. Bring your own laptop if you have one.
Instructor: Peg Zitzner
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR187       November 20       Tuesday       1 – 2 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $19 / Nonresident: $24]

NEW!
INTRODUCTION TO POWER POINT
PowerPoint is a program on many computers that allows you to create slides, text and graphics that will help you design professional-looking presentations. You can use PowerPoint to create personal slide shows of family photographs for events (with music and narration), or to create impressive business presentations. We’ll introduce you to the tools and design elements of this versatile program.
Instructor: Peg Zitzner
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR709       December 4       Tuesday       1 – 2:30 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $19 / Nonresident: $24

NEW!
COMPUTER TUTORIALS
Do you need one-on-one help with your computer? Bring your laptop and/ or your questions and spend quality time with our Technology consultant. 30-minute individual sessions scheduled between the hours of 2pm and 3:30pm. Call the OSC to set up a 30-minute appointment!
Instructor: Peg Zitzner
Location: OSC Clinic
September 5       Wednesday       2 – 3:30 pm
October 3            Wednesday       2 – 3:30 pm
November 7      Wednesday       2 – 3:30 pm
December 5       Wednesday       2 – 3:30 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $25 / Nonresident: $30

Exercise, Fitness & Dance

GENTLE YOGA – NO SPANDEX REQUIRED!
A classic hatha yoga class in an accessible, supportive and beginner-friendly environment! This class emphasizes   creating a solid foundation for yoga asana practice and establishing mindful awareness of the breath and body. No
experience necessary. Bring a yoga mat; chairs are available for those who do not wish to be on the floor. Dress comfortably and come to have fun!
Instructor: Lois Wiesbrook, RYT, MBA
Location: OSC Annex
18FSR135A       Sept. 11 – Oct. 2       Tuesday       3 – 4 pm
18FSR135B       Oct. 9 – 30       Tuesday       3 – 4 pm
18FSR135C       Nov. 6 – 27       Tuesday       3 – 4 pm
Resident: $36 / Nonresident: $41
18FSR135D       Dec. 4 – 18       Tuesday       3 – 4 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $27 / Nonresident: $32

NEW!
BALANCE AND CHAIR YOGA
This class is designed to improve your balance and flexibility through mindful movement and adaptive exercises that can be done while seated or standing. Come as you are! No class September 28 or November 23.
Instructor: Lois Wiesbrook, RYT, MBA
Location: OSC Annex
18FSR176A       Sept. 14 – Oct. 12       Friday       10:30 – 11:30 am
18FSR176B       Nov. 2 – Nov. 30       Friday       10:30 – 11:30 am
Resident/OSC Member: $18 / Nonresident: $23
18FSR176C       Dec. 14 – Dec. 21       Friday       10:30 – 11:30 am
Resident/OSC Member: $36 / Nonresident: $41

DROP-IN YOGA
Purchase a drop-in card which can be used for any Yoga session. Cards do not have an expiration date.
Increase your flexibility, strength and balance!
Resident / Nonresident: $45 for five drop-in classes

TAI CHI - QIGONG
Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese mind-body practice of flowing movements, often called “Moving Meditation.” It can help develop balance, strength and flexibility. Research suggests that people who participated in tai chi classes may cut the risk of being injured in a fall by half. Deep breathing patterns facilitate the easy transition from one movement to the next and from sitting to standing positions. Wear loose clothing and comfortable shoes. No class September 19.
Instructor: Sandy Wiebusch.
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR107A       Sept. 12 – Oct. 24       Wednesday       2 – 3 pm
18FSR107B       Nov. 7 – Dec. 12       Wednesday       2 – 3 pm
Resident/OSC Member: $66 / Nonresident: $71

NEW!
CHAIR VOLLEYBALL
Chair volleyball is a physical activity that provides a fun way to be active. The game has all the same rules as volleyball except that it is played on a smaller scale with one caveat – you can never let your backside leave the seat! If you are searching for some physical activity that will get your heart going, improve your upper body mobility, increase joint flexibility, and enhance your muscle tone, this game is for you! No class November 22.
Instructor: Peg Zitzner
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR109A       Sept.13 – Oct. 18       Thursday       9 – 10 am
18FSR109B       Nov.1 – Dec. 13       Thursday       9 – 10 am
Resident/OSC Member: $28 / Nonresident: $33

STRENGTH & STRETCH
Sitting and standing exercises are performed to increase strength, flexibility and relaxation using 1 to 4 pound hand-held weights, balls and tubing. All exercises can be modified to each individual’s needs. Weights optional, balls/tubing provided.
Instructor: Cheryl Moone
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR104A       Sept. 12 – Oct. 31       Wednesday       10:15 – 11:15 am
18FSR103A       Sept. 17 – Oct. 29       Monday       10:15 – 11:15 am
18FSR103B       Nov. 5 – Dec. 17       Monday       10:15 – 11:15 am
18FSR104B       Nov. 7 – Dec. 19       Wednesday       10:15 – 11:15 am
Resident/OSC Member: $63 / Nonresident: $68

CARDIO & CORE
Intermediate level class emphasizes cardio conditioning using low impact, controlled moves. Instructor leads floor exercises to strengthen abdominal core and increase flexibility. No class September 19.
Instructor: Cheryl Moone
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR106A       Sept. 17 – Oct. 29      Monday       9:15 – 10 am
18FSR106B       Nov. 5 – Dec.17       Monday       9:15 – 10 am
18FSR105A       Sept.12 – Oct.31       Wednesday       9:15 – 10 am
18FSR105B       Nov. 7 – Dec. 19       Wednesdays       9:15 – 10 am
Resident/OSC Member: $63 / Nonresident: $68

CARDIO & CORE CIRCUIT
A new twist to Cardio & Core, this intermediate to advanced level class is for those who are looking for a more intense workout. This class is done in circuit training style rotating cardio conditioning and strength training for a maximum work out. No class September 28 or November 23.
Instructor: Cheryl Moone
Location: OSC Blue Room
18FSR108A       Sept. 14 – Nov. 2       Friday       9:15 – 10 am
Resident/OSC Member: $63 / Nonresident: $68
18FSR108B       Nov. 9 – Dec. 21       Friday       9:15 – 10 am
Resident/OSC Member: $54 / Nonresident: $59

Contact

Senior Center Front Desk
216-831-8601 Ext. 5700

Maggie Runyon
Senior Adult Coordinator
Ext. 5701
  
Julie Rohrich
Senior Adult Associate
Front Desk Info Specialist
Ext. 5703
 
Jacinta Davis
Senior Adult Associate
Ext. 5702

Senior Adult Van Transportation: 
New Clients 216-831-8601 Ext. 5700
To schedule rides 1-800-983-4782

Orange Senior Center
32000 Chagrin Blvd,
Pepper Pike OH 44124
On North Campus across from Orange High School

Senior Center Hours: 
Monday-Friday 9am-4:30pm
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