Senior / Adult 55+ programs
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Senior Women’s Club - Normally meets every Tuesday from January through December from 12pm to 3:00 pm. Great chance to socialize, have a cup of coffee and a snack or play cards or a game or swap your latest book for another. Moorestown Garden Club drops in a few times a year to help make seasonal floral arrangements. Occasional live music performances (singing along welcomed). Two to three bus trips are organized each year. Located at the New Albany Recreation Center, 109 New Albany Road between Church Road and Lenola Road.
Senior Card Club meets Mondays through Friday’s 9:00-12:00. Also located at the New Albany Recreation Center (see above). Group meets to play cards (pinochle is a favorite) and catch up with peers. No need to register for this program.
Concerts - The annual Summer Concert Series is presented by the Township of Moorestown, Department of Parks & Recreation in collaboration with Perkins Center for the Arts, Moorestown Community House and MoorArts. This long tradition has continued in Moorestown for over 50 years, performances on the lawn of the Community House or Perkins Center. Concerts held on Monday evenings beginning June 7th and running through July 26th. Many bands are comprised of local residents. Recent musical styles included Big Band, Swing, 60’s, Rock, contemporary and Dixieland jazz. Please click on the following link for more information: Link to Summer Concert Information. June 7th & June 14th - lawn of Perkins Center for the Arts June 21, 28, July 12, 19, 26 - lawn of the Moorestown Community House
Adult Tennis – for those who want to try a new sport (or lapsed players who want to dust off a long-rested racquet) that can be played at any age. Low-pressure and fun drills led by experienced instructors get you ready for match play. Racquets are available to use.
Pickleball is one of the fasting growing sports in the country. Day sessions are offered Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 - 11:30 am and evening sessions on Mondays and Tuesdays from 6:30 - 9:00 pm, indoors at the Rec Center gym. This is a sport anyone of any age or fitness level can pick up easily. It is a combination of tennis, ping-pong and badminton. Open play, no instruction, but paddles, net and balls provided. For more information, rules and videos, go to www.usapa.org. Sneakers required.