b'senior programs(50 and up) 9809Est 1sionmmisco Pre-registration at ashland.or.us/register required for all programs unless otherwise indicatedSee p 27 to learn more about the Senior Services Division or call 541.488.5342EDUCATION & ENRICHMENT FITNESS & MOVEMENTiMac, iPad, iPhone, & PC ComputerBroadway Dance for Boomers Instruction for Adults 60 & Better and Beyond Are you struggling with your PC or Apple product, or justCome try the popular Broadway Dance for Boomers and wanting to make the best use of your device? Learn aboutBeyond and learn routines that work the brain and bring apps, how to set up email, surf the web, create documentsout your Broadway star. No partner needed and all levels or just become more comfortable with computer basics.are welcome. Performance opportunities offered for 4th of Please call the Senior Center at 541.488.5342 to make anJuly parade and other venues!appointment. WHO: Anyone age 50 and up of all levels who loves to dance WHO: Seniors wanting to become more savvy on theiror loves Broadway and movie musicalsdevices WHAT: Students will learn gentle dance patterns and steps to create fun performance style routines such as Cabaret, WHAT: A one-hour long individualized instruction session Chicago, Grease, Oklahoma and othersINSTRUCTOR: Peter DeGroot, Phil Settles, Jackson CountyINSTRUCTOR: Audrey FlintLibrary Staff staff volunteers.AGES60 & upDATEOngoingDAYWednesday, Thursday & FridayTIMEVarious, by appointmentPLACEAshland Senior Center | 1699 Homes AveCOSTFREEPowerful Tools for Caregivers Learn the skills to take better care of yourself while caringAGES50 & upfor someone else. By taking care of your own health andDAY Wednesdaywell-being, you become a better caregiver. Six 2.5-hourDATESession 1: Jan 8-Feb 26class sessions are held once a week by a certified instructor.Session 2: Mar 4-Apr 22Class size is limited and registration is required; call the ADRCTIME 11am-Noon(Aging & Disability Resource Connection) at 541.618.7572PLACEThe Grove | Gym 1195 E Main St to register. If you need help finding someone to watch theCOST $60 (8 classes)friend or relative you are caring for in order to attend the class, please ask for respite resources when registering. WHO: Family and other caregiversBroadway Dance 2 WHAT: A six-week workshop to improve caregiver self-care This class is for those who want to move at a faster pace and learn longer routines than the regular Broadway Boomers FACILITATOR: Powerful Tools volunteer team class. AGESAdults Please contact the instructor to register for this class via DATEMar 16, 23, 30 | Apr 6, 13, 20 email at 99flint@gmail.com or phone 541.261.7213.DAYTuesday WHO: Baby Boomers and beyond with dance experienceTIME3:30-5pmPLACEAshland Senior Center | 1699 Homes Ave AGES50 & upCOST $30 donation for class manual - No oneDAYWednesdayturned away for inability to pay DATESession 1: Jan 8-Feb 26Session 2: Mar 4-Apr 22TIME Noon-1pmRegister Today! PLACEThe Grove | Gym 1195 E Main St COST$65/ session (8 classes)30 Ashland Parks & Recreation 2020 WinterSpring PlayGuide| 541.488.5340 | The Grove at 1195 E Main St.'