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50 Plus Programs
The opportunities are endless when you discover the programs available to you through the 50 Plus Program. We laugh, we sing, we learn, we play, and we hope you'll join us soon!
Cards & Games
Cards: Bridge Workshops
Become an in-demand partner with these bridge workshops. Fun and easy classes help you master a new subject each week. Purchase each workshop individually or take them all! Workshops include hands on instruction and handouts to take home.
1 - 1 ½ hr. session - $10 / $11 nonresidents
16909 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse Opening Leads 1/13 Thu 6 pm
16921 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse Defensive Signals 2/10 Thu 6 pm
Mexican Train Dominoes
Hand and Foot
Enrichment, Special Interest & Technology
Reading: Wanderlust Book Club
Intertwine your love of travel and a good book with a travel-themed book club. Each month enjoy the selected book from the list and conclude the month at the clubhouse with a group discussion on how it relates to your travel, and how it may inspire your wanderlust.
1- 1 hr. classes - $5 / $6 nonresidents
Special Event: Hot Chocolate Social
When it is cold outside, we bring the fun inside. Join us for a warm and fun afternoon with a hot chocolate and dessert bar! Fun interactive games and prizes!
Learn how to recognize common signs of the disease; how to approach someone about memory concerns; the importance of erly detection and benefits of a diagnosis; possible tests and assessments for the diagnostic process, and Alzheimer's Association resources.
17260 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse 2/15 Tues 2:00 pm
17262 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse 2/22 Tues 2:00 pm
17264 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse 3/1 Tues 2:00 pm
17266 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse 3/8 Tues 2:00 pm
Learn to decode behavioral messages, identify common behavior triggers, and learn strategies to help intervene with some of the most common behavioral challenges of Alzheimer's disease.
17268 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse 3/15 Tues 2:00 pm
Special Interest: Osher Institute - Lifelong Learning
Johnson County Park and Recreation District, in partnership with The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the University of Kansas, are pleased to bring you a collection of courses designed for adult learners. Select from the opportunities below to create your own program of personal development. No homework. No tests. No pressure. It’s just learning for the joy of it.
Health & Wellness
Tai Chi: Tai Chi for Arthritis
Tai Chi for Arthritis differs from a non arthritis specific Tai Chi class in that the movements stay closer to the mid line of the body to help with balance. Similarly it offers the same slow and graceful exercise that has been proven to improve balance, reduce stress and offer arthritis pain relief. All experience levels welcome in this course. Classes are on-going, start at anytime. No class, Monday, 9/6.
1 - 45 min. workout - $3 pay at the door
Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse (Advanced) Mon 1 pm
Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse (Intermediate) Mon 2 pm
Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse (Beginning) Mon 3 pm
18194 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse 2/22 Tue 8:30 am
Special Events: Too Fit to Quit
Explore the world of wellness! Sample a variety of exercise classes with instructor demo’s, wellness activities, and end with an energizing walk through Meadowbrook Park.
1 - 2 hr. & 30 min. - $5 / $6
17061 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse 3/30 Wed 9:30 am
17099 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse Monday 4/4 10 am
17100 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse Monday 4/4 11:30 am
17102 Meadowbrook Park Clubhouse Thursday 4/7 7 pm
Pickleball: 50 + Spring Lucky Shots Pickleball Tournament
Come join us for a day of outdoor pickleball fun! Divisions available for gender and mixed doubles. All players must be 50 years of age by the registration deadline. Space is limited and tournament is expected to fill quickly. For more information and to register, please visit jcprd.com/Pickleball. Registration begins March 4th at 12:00 pm, and the deadline to register is April 15th.
1 - 9 hr. event - $32
17206 Meadowbrook Park Friday 4/19 8 am