For more information on Activities & Classes, please email John Tilley or call (205) 562-3230.
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Although it has a funny name, Pickleball is one of the fastest growing sports in the nation.
What is Pickleball? It is a sport that combines elements of tennis, ping-pong and badminton and played with a paddle and more durable whiffle ball. The game is played with two or four players on indoor or outdoor courts of badminton size or a slightly modified tennis court, according to officials.
“Although PARA does have some equipment to borrow, you can get into the game for a relatively nominal expense with purchase of a paddle and balls for $50 to $60,” said Hilliker.
Pickleball play is included with PARA membership or a daily user fee applies.
Seniors/active adults may be eligible for insurance based membership. You can check your benefit eligibility through the following links or PARA’s Center staff is happy to assist you:
Contact Kim Brown at the McAbee Center for more information.
The instructor works individually with each student at any skill level. Various watercolor techniques will be covered with an emphasis on color, composition and values. A variety of subject matter will be painted. Previous painting experience is not required.
These classes are designed for those with previous watercolor experience. Students will paint subjects of their own choosing
and be encouraged to develop their own style as well as exploring various watercolor techniques.
Need to get that unruly pooch under control? We can help! Dogs must be at least 4 months old and have had all of their vaccinations. Those with a history of biting or vicious behavior are discouraged from registering for the course. Call 562-3230 for more information.
Classes begin June 29, 2020
Bring your roller blades or skates and
Rock n’ Roll on wheels to your favorite tunes.
Play Wipe-Out, Limbo and jump on the Moon Walk.
**No Scooters **
Drawings for Prizes
Mind Changers, in conjunction with Tuscaloosa County Park & Recreation Authority, the University of Alabama’s Capstone Association of Black Journalists and Stillman College’s Black Male Initiative announces the launch of the 2019-2020 After School Program at the McDonald Hughes Community Center, located at 3101 MLK, Jr. Blvd.
The program features after school mentoring and tutoring in the areas of reading comprehension, literacy, mathematics and non-traditional physical enrichment. Youth in in grades 3-6 can expect to gain skills in their area(s) of at risk academic needs.
One on one training with our certified fitness professionals.
One hour sessions are $25/hour.
Schedule a session today! 331-5600