October 2017 - The City of San Antonio

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September/October 2017 L IONS F IELD ADULT AND SENIOR COMMUNITY CENTER 2809 B ROADWAY , S AN A NTONIO , T EXAS 78209 www.saparksandrec.com



210-207-5380

Halloween Dance Friday, October 20th from Noon to 3:30pm Van shuttle begins at 11:30am Dance the day away with our friends from Granados, Commander’s House and Virginia Gill Centers. Costume Contest with prizes! DJ and Lunch sponsored by Amerigroup.

National Night Out Tuesday, October 3rd, 6pm

Chill with SAFD Monday, September 11th at 10:00 a.m.

Watch a movie with the family sponsored by United Healthcare. Enjoy food and refreshments. Open to the community!

Cool off with your San Antonio Firefighters with some tasty ice cream! Firefighters will talk about residential fire safety while you enjoy an ice cream sandwich. Be sure to sign-up!

Elder Law

Appy Hour

Mr. Marquardt will talk about a wide range of legal matters affecting an older or disabled person including issues related to health care, long term care planning, guardianship, retirement, social security, medicare/medicaid and other important matters.

Tuesdays, September 12th & October 10th From 1-2 p.m. Karina from United Healthcare will be teaching us how to use apps. She’ll offer highlights and information on several apps each session. After, she will answer any specific questions.

Wednesday, September 13th at 10am

Lions Field Fun Card September thru October Attend at least 14 of the listed activities at Lions Field and get your card stamped and collect a prize. Once finished, turn it into the office. The center will be closed Monday, Sept. 4th for Labor Day.

Hours of Operation Monday—Wednesday: 7:30 am—9 pm Thursday: 7:30 am—10 pm Friday: 7:30 am—7 pm

Annual Membership Fee Ages 18—59: $15

Ages 60+: $7

Lions Field Staff Mary Runner Jacque Odom Michael Brice

Chronic Disease Management With Oasis Wedensdays, Oct. 11th—Nov. 15th at 9:30 a.m. In this 6 week course, you will learn and be able to implement the skills required to live well with chronic disease. Learn goal setting, stress management, communication skills, exercises and more.

Bargains on Broadway Saturday, October 7th, from 8am to 2pm Shop for deals and unusual finds at our Fall rummage sale. Donations for the Lions Field Table accepted from Oct. 2nd thru Oct. 6th.

Dia de los Muertos Luncheon Tuesday, October 31st, at Noon Enjoy chicken street tacos and sides and an activity all for only $7. Sponsored by the Lions Field Association. Bring a craft or photo to display on the community altar.

Workshops to Spark Your Imagination It is important to be on time, especially the first day of class. Sign up for classes in the Lions Field Info Room or by calling 207-5380.

Arts & Crafts Class Tuesdays from 9:30 am—2:30 pm Supply List on sign up sheet Make fun decorative items for yourself or as gifts. Sign up in advance to make the group project and get a supply list. September: Dia de los Muertos Skeleton October: Magazine Paper Handbag

Crafts with Jacque Last Tuesday from 9:30—11:30 am Supply List on sign up sheet Detailed instruction for the beginning crafter! Please sign up in advance. September 26th: Decorative Apples and Pumpkins Centerpieces October 31st: DreamCatcher Wind Chime

Needles N Threads Sewing Circle Wednesdays from 10 am—4 pm Share ideas and fun! Must provide your own supplies. Limited machines available but you can bring your own. Work on individual projects continues in September and October.

Painting Thursdays from 9:00—11:30 am Must bring your own supplies. All levels and mediums welcome. During September, we will work on an Art du Jour piece. During October, our theme will be landscapes.

Evening Workshops

Ceramics

Watercolor Basics

Tuesdays, 1—3 pm Turn purchased greenware into home décor! Must provide your own supplies and work independently.

Monday Evenings from 5:30—8:30 pm $30 Monthly Fee Learn watercolor from Instructor Ralph Quintana. Session starts on the first Monday of the month. Get a supply list from the front desk.

Advanced Clay Tuesdays, 10—2:30 pm For our participants experienced in hand building techniques and basic glazing. Must be able to work independently and provide your own clay, tools and materials.

Free Jewelry Workshop Third Wednesday of Each Month from 6:30—8:30 pm Limit 6 participants, register in advance. Leave class with a beautiful piece of jewelry! September 20th: Chain Link Bracelet

Art du Jour Pop-Up Art Show: Friday, Oct. 13th from 11am-1pm Challenge yourself to make a small scale work each day in the month of September. Get more details like size requirements and rules for being in the pop-up show at the front desk. Art du Jour Studio times: Mondays: 2—4pm, Tuesdays: 3—5pm, Wednesdays: 3:30—5:30pm, Thursdays: Noon—2pm, and Fridays:12:30—2:30pm.

Class/Activity Sign-Up Policy Staff led classes/activities must have at least 3 participants. Exceptions will be made for classes that do not require sign-up, for example, Easy Movement. Supply fees over $5 are due at sign-up.

September 2017 Monday 7:30am—9pm 4

Tuesday 7:30am—9pm 5 9am Exercise

9:30am Health Screening

Holiday Center Closed

9:30am-2:30pm Crafts* 10-2:30pm Adv Clay* 10am Intro/Beg Guitar* 10-Noon Mah Jongg 11:30am ReCosa Meeting 12:30-4pm Mah Jongg 1-3pm Ceramics 7-8:30pm Native Prairie

Lions Field Adult & Senior Center 2809 Broadway 207-5380

Wednesday 7:30am—9pm 6 9am Exercise 10-3pm Porcelain Art* 10-4pm Sewing Group 1:30pm Yoga 5-8pm Halau Kui 5:30pm Pilates 6:30pm Circuit Training

Thursday 7:30am—10pm

Friday 7:30am—7pm

7 8:30am Functional Fitness 9am Exercise 9am Painting/Drawing 10am Beginning Line Dancing 11am Intermediate Line Dance 11am Open Hula 12-6pm “42” Dominoes 1pm Ukulele Ladies & Gents 2:45pm Ukulele Picking 6-8pm River Road N.A. 6-9:45pm Chess Club 6-9:45pm Scrabble

1/8 9am Exercise 9-Noon Open Painting

14 8:30am Functional Fitness 9am Exercise 9am Painting/Drawing 10am Beginning Line Dancing 11am Intermediate Line Dance 11am Open Hula 12-6pm “42” Dominoes 1pm Ukulele Ladies & Gents 2:45pm Ukulele Picking 6-9:45pm Chess Club 6-9:45pm Scrabble

15 9am Exercise 9-Noon Open Painting 10am Easy Movement 1-5pm Open Studio

21 8:30am Functional Fitness 9am Exercise 9am Painting/Drawing 10am Beginning Line Dancing 11am Intermediate Line Dance 11am Open Hula 12-6pm “42” Dominoes 1pm Ukulele Ladies & Gents 2:45pm Ukulele Picking 6-9:45pm Chess Club 6-9:45pm Scrabble

22 9am Exercise 9-Noon Open Painting 10am Easy Movement 1-5pm Open Studio

28 8:30am Functional Fitness 9am Exercise 9am Painting/Drawing 10am Beginning Line Dancing 11am Intermediate Line Dance 11am Open Hula 12-6pm “42” Dominoes 1pm Ukulele Ladies & Gents 6-9:45pm Chess Club 6-9:45pm Scrabble 6:30-8:30pm Sierra Club

29 9am Exercise 9-Noon Open Painting 10am Easy Movement 1-5pm Open Studio

9-2 Alamo Decorative Artist (1st) 10am Easy Movement 1-5pm Open Studio

7-9:45pm Camera Club 11 8:30am Functional Fitness 9am Exercise

10am Ice Cream w/ Firefighters

10am Easy Movement 1-4pm Bridge 1-5pm Mah Jongg 5:30-8:30 Watercolor* 6-7:30pm Yoga* 6:30-8:30pm Blue Grass Jam

6:30pm Get Healthy

18 8:30am Functional Fitness 9am Exercise 9-11am Stained Glass* 10am Easy Movement 1-4pm Bridge 1-5pm Mah Jongg 5:30-8:30 Watercolor* 6-7:30pm Yoga* 6:30-8:30pm Blue Grass Jam 6:30pm River North Village

12 9am Exercise 9:30am-2:30pm Crafts*

10am Agrilife Fresh Start 10-2:30pm Adv Clay* 10am Intro/Beg Guitar* 10-Noon Mah Jongg 11:30am ReCosa Meeting 12:30-4pm Mah Jongg

1pm Appy Hour

10-3pm Porcelain Art* 10-4pm Sewing Group

10am Elder Law

1:30pm Yoga 5-8pm Halau Kui 5:30pm Pilates 6:30pm Circuit Training

7-8:45pm Bonsai Society 7-8:45pm Metal Detectors

19 9am Exercise 9:30am-2:30pm Crafts*

20 9am Exercise

10-2:30pm Adv Clay* 10-Noon Mah Jongg 12:30-4pm Mah Jongg 1-3pm Ceramics

10-3pm Porcelain Art* 10-4pm Sewing Group

10am Agrilife Fresh Start

7:00pm Mahncke Park N.A.

10am:Rediscover SA: US ARMY Medical Museum 1pm Literary Circle

1:30pm Yoga 5-8pm Halau Kui 5:30pm Pilates 6:30pm Circuit Training

6:30pm Jewelry* 26 9am Exercise 9:30am-2:30pm Crafts*

1-4pm Bridge 1-5pm Mah Jongg 5:30-8:30 Watercolor* 6-7:30pm Yoga* 6:30-8:30pm Blue Grass Jam

10-2:30pm Adv Clay* 10-Noon Mah Jongg 12:30-4pm Mah Jongg 1-3pm Ceramics

7pm Mahncke Pk Bd

9am AARP Safe Driving

6:30-8:30pm Invest.Club

1-3pm Ceramics 6-8pm Art League

25 8:30am Functional Fitness 9am Exercise 10am Easy Movement

11am Book Club

13 9am Exercise

9:30am Crafts w/ Jacque* 10am Agrilife Fresh Start

1-3pm Bunco*

6:30 pm Native Plant

27 9am Exercise 10-3pm Porcelain Art* 10-4pm Sewing Group

Noon Birthday Potluck

1:30pm Yoga 5-8pm Halau Kui 5:30pm Pilates 6:30pm Circuit Training 7pm Bonsai Class

7-9:45pm Camera Club

7-9pm Ukulele Jam *registration, instructor approval and/or fee.

Many art and craft classes require you to purchase your own supplies. Call for more information.

Lions Field Adult & Senior Center 2809 Broadway ◊ 207-5380

October 2017 Monday 7:30am—9pm 2 8:30am Functional Fitness 9am Exercise 9-11am Stained Glass* 10am Easy Movement 1-4pm Bridge 1-5pm Mah Jongg 5:30-8:30 Watercolor* 6-7:30pm Yoga* 6:30-8:30pm Blue Grass Jam

6:30-8 pm Invest. Club

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8:45am Rediscover SA: Guided Hike*

9am Exercise 10am Easy Movement 1-4pm Bridge 1-5pm Mah Jongg 5:30-8:30 Watercolor* 6-7:30pm Yoga* 6:30-8:30pm Blue Grass Jam 6:30pm Get Healthy

Tuesday 7:30am—9pm 3 9am Exercise

9:30am Health Screening 9:30am-2:30pm Crafts*

10am Agrilife Fresh Start 10-2:30pm Adv Clay* 10-Noon Mah Jongg 12:30-4pm Mah Jongg 1pm Ceramics

Wednesday 7:30am—9pm

Thursday 7:30am—10pm

4 9am Exercise 10-3pm Porcelain Art* 10-4pm Sewing Group 5-8pm Halau Kui 5:30pm Pilates 6:30pm Circuit Training

5 8:30am Functional Fitness 9am Exercise 10am Beginning Line Dancing 11am Intermediate Line Dance 11am Open Hula 12-6pm “42” Dominos 1pm Ukulele Ladies & Gents 2:45pm Ukulele Picking 6-9:45pm Chess Club 6-9:45pm Scrabble

6 9am Exercise 9-Noon Open Painting

12 8:30am Functional Fitness 9am Exercise 9am Painting/Drawing 10am Beginning Line Dancing 11am Intermediate Line Dance 11am Open Hula 12-6pm “42” Dominoes 1pm Ukulele Ladies & Gents 2:45pm Ukulele Picking 6-9:45pm Chess Club 6-9:45pm Scrabble

13 9am Exercise 9-Noon Open Painting 10am Easy Movement 11am-1pm Pop-Up Art Show* 1-5pm Open Studio

19 8:30am Functional Fitness 9am Exercise 9am Painting/Drawing 10am Beginning Line Dancing 11am Intermediate Line Dance 11am Open Hula 12-6pm “42” Dominoes 1pm Ukulele Ladies & Gents 2:45pm Ukulele Picking 6-9:45pm Chess Club 6-9:45pm Scrabble

20 9am Exercise 9-Noon Open Painting 10am Easy Movement

26 8:30am Functional Fitness 9am Exercise 9am Painting/Drawing 10am Beginning Line Dancing 11am Intermediate Line Dance 11am Open Hula 12-6pm “42” Dominoes 1pm Ukulele Ladies & Gents 6-9:45pm Chess Club 6:30-8:30pm Sierra Club 6-9:45pm Scrabble

27 9am Exercise 9-Noon Open Painting 10am Easy Movement 1-5pm Open Studio

6pm National Night Out 7-8:30pm Native Prairie

10 9am Exercise 9:30am-2:30pm Crafts* 10am Intro/Beg Guitar* 10-2:30pm Adv Clay* 10-Noon Mah Jongg 11:30am ReCosa Meeting 12:30-4pm Mah Jongg 1pm Appy Hour 1-3pm Ceramics 6-8pm Art League

6-8pm River Road N.A. 7-9:45pm Camera Club 11 9am Exercise 9:30 Chronic Disease Management* 10-3pm Porcelain Art* 10-4pm Sewing Group 5-8pm Halau Kui 5:30pm Pilates 6:30pm Circuit Training

6:30 Invest. Club

Friday 7:30am—7pm

9am-2pm Alamo Dec. Artists* 10am Easy Movement 1-5pm Open Studio

7 8am—2pm Bargains on Broadway Rummage Sale

7-8:45pm Bonsai Society 7-8:45pm Metal Detectors 16 8:30am Functional Fitness 9am Exercise 9-11am Stained Glass* 10am Easy Movement 1-4pm Bridge 1-5pm Mah Jongg 5:30-8:30 Watercolor* 6-7:30pm Yoga* 6:30-8:30pm Blue Grass Jam 6:30pm River North Village

17 9am Exercise 9:30am-2:30pm Crafts* 10am Intro/Beg Guitar* 10-2:30pm Adv Clay* 10-Noon Mah Jongg 12:30-4pm Mah Jongg 1-3pm Ceramics 5:30 Westfort N.A. 6:30 pm Native Plant

23/30 8:30am Functional Fitness 9am Exercise 10am Easy Movement

24/31 9am Exercise 9:30am-2:30pm Crafts*

11am Book Club (30th)

1-4pm Bridge 1-5pm Mah Jongg 5:30-8:30 Watercolor* 6-7:30pm Yoga* 6:30-8:30pm Blue Grass Jam

7pm Mahncke Park Bd (23rd)

18 9am Exercise 9:30 Chronic Disease Management 10-3pm Porcelain Art* 10-4pm Sewing Group

1pm Literary Circle

5-8pm Halau Kui 5:30pm Pilates 6:30pm Circuit Training

6:30pm Jewelry*

Noon-3:30pm Halloween Dance at Garden Center* 1-5pm Open Studio

7-9:45pm Camera Club 25 9am Exercise 9:30 Chronic Disease 9:30am Crafts w/ Jacque*(31st) Management 10-2:30pm Adv Clay* 10-3pm Porcelain Art* 10am Intro/Beg Guitar* 10-4pm Sewing Group 10-Noon Mah Jongg Noon Birthday Potluck Noon Dia de los Muertos 5-8pm Halau Kui Luncheon* 5:30pm Pilates 12:30-4pm Mah Jongg 6:30pm Circuit Training 1-3pm Ceramics 7pm Bonsai Class

1-3pm Bunco* (31st) 7pm Mahncke Park N.A.(24th)

*registration, instructor approval and/or fee.

7-9pm Ukulele Jam

Many art and craft classes require you to purchase your own supplies. Call for more information.

Explore Your Love of Music with Intro/Beginning Guitar Lessons Tuesdays, August 8th—September 12th, at 10 a.m. $30 for those 60+ and $60 for those 18-59 years old Learn how to play guitar with Parks and Recreation Cultural Program Instructor Javier.

Ukulele Ladies and Gents and Hulau Kui Ukulele Ladies and Gents

Introduction to Ukulele

Must know basic cords Thursdays, 1-2:30 pm $12 per month

New class starts in September Must have your own ukulele Thursdays from 2:45-4 pm $12 per month

Ukulele Picking Thursdays, 2:45—4:00 pm No class the last Thursday.

Open Hula Thursdays, 11 am—Noon Free hula session open to all.

Halau Kui Advanced Hula Wednesdays, 5—8 pm Tina Negrete, Instructor

Ukulele Jam Free concert by the Ukulele Ladies and Gents. Food for the break table welcome! Thursday, September 28th, 7—9 pm: Folk 60s and Hawaiian Thursday, October 26th, 7—9 pm: Big Band 30s-40s

Acoustic Blue Grass Jam Monday Evenings from 6:30—8:30pm

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New

All members are welcome to join in!

ReDiscover SA: Outings around Town U.S. Army Medical Department Museum Wednesday, September 20th at 10:00 am Join us on a trip to Fort Sam. This museum occupies 7 acres of grounds. The galleries and outdoor exhibit areas tell the 200-plus year history of the U S Army Medical Dept. Be sure to sign-up.

Guided Hike at Phil Hardberger Park Wednesday, October 9th at 9:00 am-12:00pm Come walk with us at the park. A naturalist will take us on a guided hike and talk about geology, plant/animal life and the history of the park. Make sure to sign-up, there are limited spots.

AARP Driving Wednesday, September 13th at 9am Fee: $15 for AARP Members/$20 for non-members This course is designed to help drivers stay independent, safe and confident. Must attend all four hours for certificate.

Birthday International Potluck Last Wednesday of the month at Noon In September, bring an Mexican inspired dish. For October, bring a German inspired dish. Enjoy a new game with prizes each month.

Lions Field Book Club Monday, September 25th at 11 am: “The Black Hand” by Stephan Talty Kidnapped children and innocent victims gunned down. The perpetrators' calling card: the black hand. Monday, October 30th at 11 am: “Dust Bowl Girls” by Lydia Reeder In the 1920’s, charismatic Sam Babb recruited talented, young women with the offer of a better life.

Third Wednesday Literary Circle September 20th at 1 pm: Hag-Seed by Margaret Atwood Margaret Atwood’s take on Shakespeare’s play of enchantment, retribution, and second chances. October 18th at 1 pm: Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles Follow the count’s endeavor to gain a deeper understanding of what it means to be a man of purpose.

Health and Fitness Morning Group Exercise Mon—Fri., 9—10 am Focus on flexibility and core strengthening. Ruth Lew, Volunteer Instructor. No Class August 16th.

Easy Movement Exercise Mondays and Fridays from 10—11 am This class consists of seated and standing exercises.

Free Line Dancing Thursday Mornings Beginning Dancers at 10am Intermediate Dancers at 11am

Yoga for the Life Experienced On-going Mondays, 6—7:30 pm 4 classes for $48/drop-ins at $15 per class Let Yoga Teacher Cheryl guide you to better health. For more information call 883-8234.

Get Healthy San Antonio! 2nd Monday Evenings at 6:30pm Learn about a plant based diet and share recipes during our potluck.

Wednesdays, Sept. 6th to Sept. 27th

Get fit! Have fun! Follow along with volunteer at 1:30pm Instructor Jon Osborn. This class is also part of Fitness in the Park and open to everyone 18 and This free class focuses on yoga poses for joint and bone health but is great for everyone. older.

A Fresh Start to a Healthier You! Tuesdays, Sept 12th, 19th, 26th, & Oct 3rd at 10am Learn practical cooking and shopping tips and recipes for success in the kitchen with AgriLife.

Health Screening

New!

1st Tuesday, Sept. 5th and Oct. 3rd at 9:30a.m. Terri from American Medical Home Health will provide blood pressure and glucose checks.

Personal Training now available at Lions Field! Let certified personal trainer Lori Crawley help you reach your fitness goals! Training times arranged with each client. Only $25 per person for 45 minutes of customized training. Workout with a friend for only $20 per person for 45 minutes, no more than 3 per group. Contact Lori at 210-833-4204.

Fitness in the Park — Free and open to the public! Functional Fitness Pilates Low Impact Monday and Thursday Wednesdays at 5:30 pm Circuit Training

Mornings at 8:30 am Exercises for everyday life movements and strengthening.

Develop a strong core and an evenly conditioned body with this gentle workout.

Wednesdays at 6:30 pm Muscle building, toning and cardio all in one workout.

Play a Game at Lions Field Bridge Mondays 1—4 pm

Wright Patterson Style Mah Jongg Tuesdays 10 am—Noon

Bunco Last Tuesday 1—3 pm

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New

Yoga

National League Mah Jongg Mondays 1—5pm

Thursdays Noon—6 pm

Dominoes

Tuesdays 12:30—5 pm Lessons Available.

Thursdays 6—9:45 pm

Board Games available in the puzzle room

Thursdays 6—9:45 pm

S.A. Chess Club Scrabble

Lions Field Association—Thank you for all you do for Lions Field Harriet Last, President; Carlos Haun, Vice President; Martha Wills, Treasurer; Diane Zavalo-Argo, Secretary Board Members: Susan Calkins, Michael Parker, Sunnee Rakowitz , Sylvia White

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October 2017 - The City of San Antonio

September/October 2017 L IONS F IELD ADULT AND SENIOR COMMUNITY CENTER 2809 B ROADWAY , S AN A NTONIO , T EXAS 78209 www.saparksandrec.com • 210-207...

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