Free Classes at the Arts Center

Funded by:

About Council on Aging

The Senior Center Without Walls program is a congregate nutrition program offering meals and activities in a community setting rather than in a traditional senior center facility. The program’s purpose is to provide nutritious meals to seniors along with social interaction opportunities, education, and activities. Participation is determined based on the number of meals serves, not activities attended. As an Area Agency on Aging, we recognize the importance of local, in-person activities for seniors which can improve overall health. We are excited to announce that we have received permission from the Division of Aging Services, to administer a grant for in-person senior recreation! This grant provides seniors the opportunity to take free classes at the Colquitt County Arts Center. Join us and let’s get creative! Pre-registration is required.

 

 


Funded by:  

The United Way of Colquitt County

About heART SMART

The Colquitt County Arts Center announces the launch of  heART SMART- The Art of Self Care made possible by a grant from the United Way of Colquitt County. This program will be referral based and any business, church or civic organization in the community can refer an employee or participant that could benefit from making healthier lifestyle choices. This program is also open to local participants who would like to register. Once a month the Arts Center will provide the opportunity for up to 12 participants to explore journaling as a form of artistic expression and healing; learn basic yoga practice they can continue at home for stress release and learn to create a healthy meal and /or snacks.

This is the art of self-care. Creative journaling can reduce stress; keep you focused on your goals, gain self-confidence and gain inspiration. The benefits of practicing Yoga include increased flexibility, increased muscle strength and tone, improved respiration, energy and vitality, maintaining a balanced metabolism, weight reduction, cardio and circulatory health, improved athletic performance and protection from injury. Recipes will be shared that use substitutes for whole sugar, white flour and other ingredients to make a healthier meal or snack.

Join us on June 25th | 10 AM – Noon

Call the Arts Center today to register!