Crafting

Crafting will be returning to the Center on Monday, Nov. 9, at 11 a.m. in Heritage Hall. Participants will be making fabric pumpkins. Seating will be limited, and reservations are required to attend. If you would like to come and spend some time with others safely, please contact Ami Bucher at the Center at 918-259-8377 or ami@baseniors.org.

If you are attending these activities, plan on following the Center’s safety procedures, which include entering the building through the West (back) door, having your temperature checked, wearing a mask and being socially distanced. Arrive on time. The door will be open 15 minutes prior to the start of class and locked when the class begins.

The Center Welcomes New Zumba Gold Instructor

The Center welcomes our new Zumba Gold instructor, Linn Turner, beginning in November. Linn is a certified Zumba instructor and will bring a wealth of senior-specific fitness knowledge to the Center. We have been fortunate to have Linda Few as our Zumba instructor for the last nine years. Linda has inspired many people over the years with her passion for Zumba and enthusiastic personality. She shares both attributes with Linn. Although Linda will be stepping back from teaching, she will continue to participate in Zumba Gold at the Center.

Line Dancing

Line dancing is one of the most beneficial activities for both mind and body. The Center’s line dancing classes are very popular, whether members attend virtually or in person. The titles of the various class offerings have been updated on the November Calendar of Events. Class titles now reflect the activity leader’s name. Whether you feel you are a beginner or advanced line dancer, the Center encourages you to try the various classes to discover which class you enjoy and meets your exercise needs.

All Exercise Classes Now Available Via Facebook Live

If you want to stay at home, you can still remain active by participating in all of the Center exercise classes. Beginning in November, all exercise classes offered at the Center will be available through Facebook Live. Whether you enjoy Fitness for Ladies, Zumba Gold, Tai Chi and more, class offerings are available to you virtually. You don’t have to have a Facebook page to participate virtually. A tablet, computer or smartphone with an internet connection is all that you’ll need. Simply go to www.Facebook.com and search for Broken Arrow Senior Activity Center. Exercise classes are available on Facebook during the day and time they are offered at the Center. Most classes will also be available on the Center’s Facebook page under the video tab after the class has ended. Look for this icon next to the various activities being offered via Facebook on the Center’s Calendar of Events.