Senior activities: 24-30 Oct.


Hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday. Active adult programs are open to people 50 and older. City residents pay program and activity fees. Non-residents pay an annual fee of $25, plus program and activity fees. For more information, call 920-887-4639 ext. 103.

The Community Center Courier newsletter lists activities and is available free at and citywide or $13.50 per year by mail.

The Watermark is a Monday-Friday Dodge County seniors dining site. Participants must be 60 years of age or older. A donation of $3.99 is suggested. Eligible participants should call 920-887-4639 ext. 102 at noon, one day in advance to reserve a meal.

Mental Health for Seniors—Activities and Exercises IV: 10 a.m. to noon Tuesdays, Oct. 25-Dec. 20. Instructor Ervin Munro teaches “flexible thinking” and “reasoning” aimed at a healthier lifestyle for the brain. The course is designed to improve mental skills through challenging puzzles, games, reading and exercises. It is recommended, but not required, to take the Introductory Mental Fitness for Seniors course. Space is limited, register today.

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Spanish pronunciation workshops (two sessions to choose from): 6 p.m. Thursday or 9 a.m. Friday. Participants will learn how to pronounce Spanish names/words for business, travel, greetings, reading menus, etc. This workshop provides practical language skills to interact more easily with Spanish speakers without deepening the Spanish language. Call customer service today.

Active Adult Exercise: 8:30-9:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Nov. 1-Dec. 22. The program covers a variety of range of motion and endurance building activities and relaxation techniques. Improves functional ability, decreases depression and increases confidence in one’s ability to exercise. No classes on November 8 or 24. Register today.

Biographies of the Master Gardener-Heritage Workshop: 6:30 p.m. Thursday. The Marathon County Horticulture Educator will share the story of some favorite heirloom vegetables, including the famous Beaver Dam pepper. Learn all about the meaning of the terms heirloom, open pollination, hybrid and GMO. No registration required.

8 a.m. Wood burning/carving

1pm Euchre, Five Crowns, Dirty Board

3:45 p.m. Move to music

8:30 a.m. Active exercise for adults

8:30 a.m. Consultative communication meeting

1pm Sheepshead, Bridge

1:00 p.m. Benefits Specialist

6:30 p.m. Diamond Jacks, Pickleball

8:30 a.m. Active exercise for adults

10 a.m. Healthy living with chronic pain

1 p.m. Start Bridge, Cribbage

3:45 p.m. Move to music

6 p.m. Spanish pronunciation

6:30 p.m. Master Gardener – Heritage Biographies

9:00 a.m. Spanish pronunciation

Waupun Senior Center, 301 E. Main St., Waupun

In-person activities are back and face masks are mandatory. For more information, call 920-324-7930. The Fond du Lac County Seniors Dining Program offers daily meals with curbside pickup at 10 a.m. Monday through Friday. Entrants must be 60+ or ​​married to someone in that age group. Call 324-7930 to cancel pickup. Call 920-929-3113 to verify mobile meal eligibility. The suggested donation for Mobile Meals is $3.50.

12:30 p.m. Halloween party and Bingo

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