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 WINTER 2018

 


 

FAMILY GAME NIGHT
Drop in for some old fashioned family game night fun! We will have some games for all levels available or bring your own to share. Patty will facilitate a different strategic board game each week for anyone interested in joining.
Community Center • Wesson Room • Instructor: Patty Hassett
Free Resident • Free Non Resident
Thur. 2/1 – 2/22 • 7P-8P
 

PARENT TOT GYM TIME (Ages 3-5)
We will have a variety of recreational equipment set-up in the gym for parents and tots to utilize. This is a drop-in program without an instructor. 
Community Center Gym • Open Gym
Free Resident • $5 Regular Drop-In
Drop-In • Tues.  1/9 – 3/27 • 10A – 11A
 

PARENTS NIGHT OUT
Parents, want a night away from your kids? Each month is a different theme that includes games, crafts, gym time, and, of course, dinner. Activities are led by Parks & Recreation Staff and Volunteers. Grades 1 through 5 are welcome. Limited to 30 kids.
Community Center Gym
$10 Resident • $12 Non Resident
#114020A • “Under the Big Top Tent” • Sat.1/13 • 6P-10P
#114020B • “What’s Your Super Power?” • Sat 2/17 • 6P-10P
#114020C • “Good Evening, Sports Fans” • Sat. 3/10 • 6P-10P
 

MARTIAL ARTS (Ages 14+)
Tang Soo Do style classes will emphasize self-discipline, focus, physical fitness along with basic movements and self-defense.  Please wear loose-fitting athletic clothing. 
Community Center Studio • Instructor: Master Kirk Rehn
$40 Resident • $50 Regular • 10 sessions
#125080 • Thur. 1/11 – 3/15 • 6:25P – 7:25P
 

JAPANESE SWORDSMANSHIP (Ages 14+)
Learn classical Toyama Ryu Iaido. Train martial principles, strategy and mindset applicable to all situations on and off the battlefield.
Community Center Studio • Instructor: Sensei Rick Brady
$52 Resident • $65 Regular • 10 sessions
#113620 • Thur. 1/11 – 3/15 • 7:30P – 8:30P  
 

TABLE TENNIS / PING PONG
Community Center Studio • Check in at front desk

Free Resident • $5 Regular/Guest
Thur., 8am-4pm; Fridays, 7pm-9pm; and Saturdays, 4:30pm-9pm.
 

GYMNASIUM ACTIVITIES
Court games (badminton, basketball, and volleyball), Pickleball (55+), Pickleball (16+), Walking (55+) and open basketball in the gym. Check online at www.auburnhills.org, stop by the Community Center, or call for a current schedule of activities.




E. Dale Fisk Hawk Woods Nature Center
3799 Bald Mountain Rd.

 

NATURE PROGRAMS BROUGHT TO YOU
This winter, Mr. Mike will bring nature to your Auburn Hills group.  Each program takes about 45 minutes with a cost of $25. Call (248)370-9353 for more information or to receive a brochure.
 

HAWK WOODS LODGE - available for winter use!
The two-story log cabin Lodge at the E. Dale Fisk Hawk Woods Nature Center is available to rent and use in the winter months. This unique facility, located in what seems like the middle of the woods up-north, is an ideal place for off-site business meetings, birthday parties, and family get-togethers – and it’s now available all year long!  Call Parks & Recreation at (248)370-9353 or visit our website for rental details and give it a try.
 

FAMILY WINTER WALK
Plan to stop by Hawk Woods during the holiday break for a guided winter walk, bird observation, and social gathering with hot chocolate in the Lodge Log Cabin.
Hawk Woods • Nature Center • Instructor: Mike Mansour
Free Resident • $5 Family Regular • 1 session
#134004 • Sat. 12/30 • 1P-2PM
 

BOY SCOUTS MERIT BADGES
Continuing our Boy Scout merit badge sessions, we will be meeting on Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings through the season. Scouts should bring signed Blue Cards and Worksheets, and are encouraged to begin with the merit badge booklet or online readings.
Hawk Woods • Nature Center • Instructor: Mike Mansour
$5 Resident • $8 Regular  per merit badge
#134008 A-N • Program days and times vary, please check the listing online or visit the Community Center

JANUARY 2018

  • A- Wednesday, 1/10, Citizenship in the Community, 6-7pm
  • B- Saturday, 1/13, First Aid, 11am - noon
  • C- Wednesday, 1/17, Citizenship in the Nation, 6-7p
  • Wednesday, 1/24, follow up to Citizenship in the Community, 6-7pm
  • D- Saturday, 1/27, Citizenship in the World, 11am-noon
  • Wednesday, 1/31, follow up to Citizenship in the Nation, 6-7pm

 FEBRUARY 2018

  • Saturday, 2/3, follow up to Citizenship in the World, 11am-noon
  • E- Wednesday, 2/7, First Aid - special two hour program, 6-8pm
  • F- Saturday, 2/10, Communications, 10-11am
  • G- Saturday, 2/17, Forestry and Nature, 10am-noon
  • H- Wednesday, 2/21, Environmental Science, 6-8pm
  • N- Wednesday, 2/28, Mammals,  6-8pm

 MARCH 2018

  • I- Wednesday, 3/7, Reptiles and Amphibians, 6-8pm
  • J- Wednesday, 3/14, Scholarship,  6-8pm
  • K- Saturday, 3/17, Geology, 10am-noon
  • L- Wednesday, 3/21, Emergency Preparedness, 6-8pm
  • M- Saturday, 3/24, Fish and Wildlife Management, 11am-noon
  • Wednesday, 3/28, follow up to Environmental Science, 6-8pm

 Contact Mr. Mansour for details at: mmansour@auburnhills.org