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Programs

PCCPB Winter 2018 Programs:  CLICK ON EACH PROGRAM TO REGISTER 

SAVE 10% ONLINE ONLY WITH 3 OR MORE CLASSES CODE: 3ORMORE10%

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Sunday Wellness Yoga with Jill Croft 9-10am 

(7 weeks) 1/7- 3/11   NO CLASS: 1/14   2/18   3/4

Take some time for the mind, body and soul.

Class Fee: Residents $40 Non Residents: $45 or Drop In: Residents $7 Non $8

 

 

Monday TOTs Movement (Ages 8mo-4) 9:30 -10:15am

(7 weeks) 1/22-3/12 NO CLASS: 2/19  Parent/Caregiver participation required

This is the perfect class for your little one to get them moving around. We will stretch, dance, be silly, and learn about animals in imaginative and exciting ways. Movement classes are important for children to help teach them body control, understand how to behave in social settings, let their creativity flow, share, and practice listening skills. Instructor: Renée Fernandez www.miculturaunity.org

RSVP is preferred, online, email or call. Free for ALL!

No Class fee or $5 donation to Food Pantry

 

Monday Kids Dance Party (Ages 6-12) 3:15-4pm

(7 weeks) January 1/22 – 3/12  NO CLASS: 2/19

Kids Dance Fitness is great to get kids moving around. They can follow along to dance moves as well as have freedom to do their own thing. The purpose of this class is to have fun and allow kids the freedom of expression without strict dance instruction with a variety of music styles. Short Showcase on 11/17 7pm. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED Instructor: Renée Fernandez has five years teaching experience including three years working abroad in Germany for Berlitz Deutschland. She’s a former dance and fitness instructor and currently runs MiCultura in Riverside.www.miculturaunity.org

Class Fee: Resident $35 Non Residents $40

 

Monday BOOK Club 7-8pm (Ages depends on book selection)

Meets Monthly: 1/22 -2/19 -3/19

January 22nd: “A Man Called Ove” by Fredrik Backman 

Each Month a new book will be chosen to read, meet and discuss. A variety of themes, genres and age levels will be read. Check website and FB for each months book selection. Come to one or all meetings! Hosted by Nancy Fort, the Librarian and Manager at the Riverton Free Library, a branch of the Burlington County Library System.  Nancy reads all kinds of books but especially enjoys historical fiction for both adults and children.  Nancy is excited to share her love of reading with the community.

RSVP is preferred, online, email or call. Free for ALL!

 

 

Tuesday Youth Writers Workshop (Ages 12-17) 7-8pm

(7weeks) 1/30-3/13

The Youth Rivertowns Writers Workshop helps young writers bring their personality and creativity to the page. Through a series of fiction workshops focused on voice, structure, and more, writers will have a chance to share their own work, and help to edit each others’ stories through multiple drafts. The workshop will culminate in a public reading, in which each writer will have the opportunity to read aloud their very own short story. Material will be reviewed by instructor for content. Instructor: Patrick McNeil, a writer, organizer of the Backyard Writers Workshop in Philadelphia and certified teacher in PA. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED SPACE IS LIMITED

Class Fee: Resident $40 Non Residents $45

 

Wednesday Lego Build (Age 6-12) 7-8pm

(8 weeks) 1/17- 3/7

Lego builders work on their own with a new challenge each week. The challenge will be revealed at the session. Lego will be provided. Please do not bring your own Lego. Parents are encouraged to come at the end of class to view and hear about the creations. Building Lego and self-confidence! REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED SPACE IS LIMITED

Instructor: Christine Young

Class Fee: Resident $40 Non Residents $45

 

Thursday Chess 3-4pm (Ages 9-17)

(6 weeks) 1/18-3/1 NO CLASS: 2/22

Beginners will learn piece movement, basic rules, and modern strategies of this nearly 1500-year-old fun & competitive game we call chess. Strategic concepts will be taught with clear, easy-to-absorb explanations accompanied by examples of how chess strategy is used in practice. REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED but do not need to attend every class. NEW Instructor: Donald Battle, member of the United States Chess Federation since 1998. United States Chess Federation affiliate & certified club tournament director and ranked in top 5 percent in the United States in 2015.

NEW Class Fee for Chess Instruction: Resident $20 Non Residents $30

 

Thursday Youth Draw: Discover Color (Ages 7-14) 4-5pm

(8 weeks) 1/18-3/8

Color will be explored thru lessons and various materials. Basic drawing skills and composition will be used. No experience needed as step-by-step instruction provided. ALL MATERIALS INCLUDED IN CLASS FEE! REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Instructor: Lee Stoner

8 weeks Class Fee: Residents $45 Non Residents $50 Includes Color Journal!

 

Thursday Adult Draw 7:30-9pm  Last Thursday of the Month  

Meets Monthly: 1/25   2/22   3/29

Get a night out and an opportunity to exercise your drawing interests with a new still life set-up each week. This is a non-instructional class for all artistic levels so bring your own materials or use some of ours! Feel free to drop in or attend every class, no registration required. Host: Lee Stone

No Class Fee: Donation to Food Pantry or $5

 

Events

FEEL GOOD FIRST FRIDAY SERIES

Join us for a variety of programs that make you feel good the first Friday of the Month Donations to Bread of Life Food pantry welcomed.

Palmyra Community Center Program Board  Location: Palmyra Community Center  www.palmyracommunitycenter.com

 

First Friday February 2nd 7-9pm Chess Play

All levels welcome Play Tournament Style Chess or pick-up some techniques!

Hosted by PCCPB Chess Instructor Don Battle, member of the United States Chess Federation since 1998. United States Chess Federation affiliate & certified club tournament director and ranked in top 5 percent in the United States in 2015. RSVP Not Required but Preffered!

 

 

 

Food

Quite often our local food pantry will let us know what they are in need of and we do our best to get the word out. We thought we would kick it up a notch! You can now donate food to the pantry at Borough Hall, M-F 8:30-4:30. The basket is located right inside the main doors. Look for our Facebook posts and messages on Instagram to see what the pantry needs. Currently the Pantry is need of toiletries, sugar, coffee, creamers and snacks. If you are headed to the Community Center you can bring your donations there as well, the bucket is in the lobby.

Flags

The Community Center has teamed up with the Borough of Palmyra, the War Memorial Committee and the Girl Scouts to help collect worn American Flags for proper disposal. Please bring your flags to the lobby of Borough Hall M-F, 8:30-4:30PM.

Community Garden – Join in on the fun of our community garden.  Contact Borough of Palmyra at 856-829-610 for more information.

Potential Programs

Below is list of programs we would like to present to the Community.  Feel free to email us any of your own ideas or let us know you have a class you would like to offer.

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  • Bone Marrow Drive
  • Health
  • Get Fit – Exercise Classes
  • Home Repair Classes
  • How to pick a college
  • Language Lessons
  • LVA Classes
  • Meditation
  • Movie Night
  • Concerts
  • Music for Toddlers
  • Toddlers
  • Cooking, Baking
  • Craft Making
  • Cribbage Club
  • Book Club
  • Chess Club
  • Sewing, Knitting, Quilting
  • Tai Chi
  • Travel Club
  • Write Direction Homework Club
  • Environmental Seminars
  • ESL Classes
  • Science Enrichment – Flight
  • Education & Fun
  • Resume Writing / Career Transitioning / Job Hunting Support
  • Retirement Planning
  • SAT Tutoring
  • Students – Teens
  • Computer Training
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