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Sunday September 25, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - PreK & K - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - Grades 1 & 2 - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - Grades 3-5 - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Indoor pickleball
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    pickleball play
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    pickleball play
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    African Drumming - African Drumming - All September Classes
African Drumming Instructed by: Abou SyllaSponsored by: the Peterborough Recreation DepartmentJoin this unique opportunity to learn the basics of African drumming from the Guinean tradition. This is an energizing group experience, where together we learn to play a variety of celebratory rhythms.  You will learn and hear fun and informative stories about the Guinean culture as we get to know each other.  Drums and other hand percussion instruments will be provided.  Wear comfortable clothing, bring a bottle of water and a smile.  All are welcomed, no prior experience required. What you will learn:During class, you will learn to recognize and play a variety of rhythms that go with different Guinean dances/ceremonies.  Abou will break down the rhythms into smaller parts that will be repeated until the class is able to play together.  A small group of “regulars” are often in attendance who add support to the joyful noise! To enhance the experience, from time to time, Abou may invite fellow drummers from his tradition to join the group as his guests.  Lots of laughter and good vibes provide for an energizing class.About Abou:  N’Camara Abou Sylla is a musical national treasure in the country of Guinea, West Africa.  He has made the Monadnock region his home for the past 20 years where he teaches African drumming to students of all ages and abilities at schools, summer camps, and a variety of community groups.  Additionally, Abou is known worldwide as a master balafone player (think a western xylophone).  Learn more about him at balafonvibration.com. About African rhythms:African drummers gather to accompany dancers who perform at village celebratory events such as coming of age, weddings, parties, and reunions.  Similiar to musical formats we are familiar with, a West African drum ensemble is comprised of a lead drummer, a bass drummer, and a rhythm section.  The djembe is often played by the lead drummer, and those drummers in the rhythm section.   About the drums:The primary drum used in class is called a djembe (pronounced JEM-BAY), which is typically played while seated.  A djembe is a rope-tuned goatskin-covered goblet drum played with bare hands, originally from West Africa. According to the Bambara people in Mali, the name of the djembe comes from the saying "Anke djé, anke bé" which translates to "everyone gather together in peace" and defines the drum's purpose.Djembes and other hand percussion instruments will be available in class.  After a few lessons, students often purchase their own drums which can be found in various places at a range of prices on the internet, drum shops specializing in African drums, and through Abou Sylla.  Abou travels to Guinea during the year and can arrange to purchase a djembe just for you by arrangement. The other drum used in class is a set of dun-dun’s.  This collection of three drums is played while standing and provides the “base beat” of the rhythm being played.  Students will have the opportunity to learn how to play the dun-dun’s as well.Who: Adults (18+) When: Sundays Where: Peterborough Recreation Department Meeting Room, 64 Union St. Time: 5-6:30pmCost: Single class (drop in or "try it out"): Residents $15, Non-Residents $18            Monthly Bulk Packages Available - No refunds or pro-rated fees on bulk packages.  COVID Safety:- NO REFUNDS or PRO-RATED FEES FOR BULK PACKAGES- Masks are optional- Drums will be sanitized between uses- Bring equipment if possible
 
5:00 PM - 6:30 PM    African Drumming - African Drumming - September 25 Drop In
African Drumming Instructed by: Abou SyllaSponsored by: the Peterborough Recreation DepartmentJoin this unique opportunity to learn the basics of African drumming from the Guinean tradition. This is an energizing group experience, where together we learn to play a variety of celebratory rhythms.  You will learn and hear fun and informative stories about the Guinean culture as we get to know each other.  Drums and other hand percussion instruments will be provided.  Wear comfortable clothing, bring a bottle of water and a smile.  All are welcomed, no prior experience required. What you will learn:During class, you will learn to recognize and play a variety of rhythms that go with different Guinean dances/ceremonies.  Abou will break down the rhythms into smaller parts that will be repeated until the class is able to play together.  A small group of “regulars” are often in attendance who add support to the joyful noise! To enhance the experience, from time to time, Abou may invite fellow drummers from his tradition to join the group as his guests.  Lots of laughter and good vibes provide for an energizing class.About Abou:  N’Camara Abou Sylla is a musical national treasure in the country of Guinea, West Africa.  He has made the Monadnock region his home for the past 20 years where he teaches African drumming to students of all ages and abilities at schools, summer camps, and a variety of community groups.  Additionally, Abou is known worldwide as a master balafone player (think a western xylophone).  Learn more about him at balafonvibration.com. About African rhythms:African drummers gather to accompany dancers who perform at village celebratory events such as coming of age, weddings, parties, and reunions.  Similiar to musical formats we are familiar with, a West African drum ensemble is comprised of a lead drummer, a bass drummer, and a rhythm section.  The djembe is often played by the lead drummer, and those drummers in the rhythm section.   About the drums:The primary drum used in class is called a djembe (pronounced JEM-BAY), which is typically played while seated.  A djembe is a rope-tuned goatskin-covered goblet drum played with bare hands, originally from West Africa. According to the Bambara people in Mali, the name of the djembe comes from the saying "Anke djé, anke bé" which translates to "everyone gather together in peace" and defines the drum's purpose.Djembes and other hand percussion instruments will be available in class.  After a few lessons, students often purchase their own drums which can be found in various places at a range of prices on the internet, drum shops specializing in African drums, and through Abou Sylla.  Abou travels to Guinea during the year and can arrange to purchase a djembe just for you by arrangement. The other drum used in class is a set of dun-dun’s.  This collection of three drums is played while standing and provides the “base beat” of the rhythm being played.  Students will have the opportunity to learn how to play the dun-dun’s as well.Who: Adults (18+) When: Sundays Where: Peterborough Recreation Department Meeting Room, 64 Union St. Time: 5-6:30pmCost: Single class (drop in or "try it out"): Residents $15, Non-Residents $18            Monthly Bulk Packages Available - No refunds or pro-rated fees on bulk packages.  COVID Safety:- NO REFUNDS or PRO-RATED FEES FOR BULK PACKAGES- Masks are optional- Drums will be sanitized between uses- Bring equipment if possible
 
Monday September 26, 2022
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    CANASTA - Canasta
CANASTA is a card game that belongs in the Rummy family.  This game was one of the most popular games in the 1950's.  CANASTA is usually played in paired partners and the aim is to collect sets or "melds" of cards.  A "meld" of 7 cards is considered CANASTA.Ages:    50+Time:   10am to noonDay:      MondaysWhere: Peterborough Community CenterCost:     $2.50/person/day             Please pay Gloria at the doorMask are optional.  Please self screen before coming to the program and if you are not feeling well, please stay home.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles 
 
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM    Indoor walking
 
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Cribbage - Cribbage
Join this fun group of seniors every Monday afternoon at 1pm for an afternoon of cribbage at the Peterborough Community Center - year 'round!  This is another great way to get out and socialize! Coffee is provided and you are welcome to bring a treat to share.  If you do not know the game of cribbage, do not worry.  There is someone in the group who would be happy to teach you.   Who:     Anyone ages 50+When:   MondaysTime:    1 to 3:30pmCost:     $2.50/session (please pay at the door)The wearing of masks in now optional.  If you are not feeling well, please stay home.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles 
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    DCA volleyball practices
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Private Rental - Garland
 
Tuesday September 27, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Bulk Package
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Drop In Visit
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    DCA volleyball games
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    pickleball play
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga with Gina - 6-Visit Punch Pass
Yoga is back!DescriptionThis is an all-levels, all-bodies class. Gina’s sequencing blends easeful stretching with mild strength building so you will feel open and relaxed, yet also the right amount of challenged. Each class focuses on the mind-body-spirit connection while linking movement with breath. Postures are practiced safely, using alignment, to promote healing, flexibility, balance and a calm mind. Gina will offer a variety of beginner-friendly modifications as well as options for the intermediate, to encourage participation of everyone. *With student's permission*, she will offer hands-on assists and essential oils to enhance the experience. Meet GinaGina is a 500 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher, Yoga Retreat Leader, Farmer’s partner and new mother from Long Island, New York. Yoga became a daily practice for Gina when she realized that while on her mat, she was able to turn off her over-thinking mind. After practicing for about ten years, she started Yoga Teacher Training, when she knew she needed to share her passion and gift of service with others. Gina teaches that yoga can heal the body, mind and spirit, with awareness on breath, alignment and the present moment. She has studied and practiced under many incredible teachers in all traditions and combines asana and wisdom from numerous lineages. She feels it’s important to keep the practice safe and gentle, yet challenging and exciting, so no two classes are ever the same. With permission, Gina uses hands-on assists to help bring more body awareness and correct alignment to each pose, elevating the individual’s yoga experience. She just moved to the area in May and can’t wait to share this healing practice with you! LogisticsWhere: Adams Park North (By pavilion) Rain space is the Meeting Room at 64 Union StreetWhen: Every TuesdayTime: 6:30pm-7:30pmAge: 15+ (parents may drop off and pick up their teens)Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents to drop inPurchase a six-visit punch pass for $66/residents & $86/non-residents- Bring your own yoga mat. We have a couple spare mats for folks without one- Come prepared for the weather (bug spray and sunscreen)- Bring water
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga with Gina Rain/Winter Space
 
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Yoga with Gina - September 27 Drop In
Yoga is back!DescriptionThis is an all-levels, all-bodies class. Gina’s sequencing blends easeful stretching with mild strength building so you will feel open and relaxed, yet also the right amount of challenged. Each class focuses on the mind-body-spirit connection while linking movement with breath. Postures are practiced safely, using alignment, to promote healing, flexibility, balance and a calm mind. Gina will offer a variety of beginner-friendly modifications as well as options for the intermediate, to encourage participation of everyone. *With student's permission*, she will offer hands-on assists and essential oils to enhance the experience. Meet GinaGina is a 500 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher, Yoga Retreat Leader, Farmer’s partner and new mother from Long Island, New York. Yoga became a daily practice for Gina when she realized that while on her mat, she was able to turn off her over-thinking mind. After practicing for about ten years, she started Yoga Teacher Training, when she knew she needed to share her passion and gift of service with others. Gina teaches that yoga can heal the body, mind and spirit, with awareness on breath, alignment and the present moment. She has studied and practiced under many incredible teachers in all traditions and combines asana and wisdom from numerous lineages. She feels it’s important to keep the practice safe and gentle, yet challenging and exciting, so no two classes are ever the same. With permission, Gina uses hands-on assists to help bring more body awareness and correct alignment to each pose, elevating the individual’s yoga experience. She just moved to the area in May and can’t wait to share this healing practice with you! LogisticsWhere: Adams Park North (By pavilion) Rain space is the Meeting Room at 64 Union StreetWhen: Every TuesdayTime: 6:30pm-7:30pmAge: 15+ (parents may drop off and pick up their teens)Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents to drop inPurchase a six-visit punch pass for $66/residents & $86/non-residents- Bring your own yoga mat. We have a couple spare mats for folks without one- Come prepared for the weather (bug spray and sunscreen)- Bring water
 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Volleyball - Adult Pickup & Games - PickUp/Sign Up Bulk Package September
Volleyball is back!  Join other adults that enjoy volleyball in the SMS gym on Tueday nights for fun recreational play or competitive team games.For the pickup program, participants need to register and pay online, or register at the door. If you register at the door, bring cash or a check for "Town of Peterborough". Bulk packages are also available for the entire month. If you do not register online, expect to complete a one-time registration form at the door which includes the liability release and emergency contact information for if you have a medical emergency with us.Where: South Meadow School Gym, 108 Hancock RoadWhen: Tuesday evenings from September 13 to the end of the yearTime: 7:30-9:30pmAges: 18+Cost: Pickup: $6/residents, $8/non-residents per visit. Purchase a month's worth of pickup visits for a discount. No refunds on the bulk visit package.Team: $165 per team of 6-9 people.Expectations:- Each team should have 1-2 team captains that will manage paperwork and communication with the Coordinator Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Team captains must register below, pay for their teams, and submit team rosters to Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Stay home if you are sick!   
 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Volleyball - Adult Pickup & Games - PickUp/Sign Up Night - September 27
Volleyball is back!  Join other adults that enjoy volleyball in the SMS gym on Tueday nights for fun recreational play or competitive team games.For the pickup program, participants need to register and pay online, or register at the door. If you register at the door, bring cash or a check for "Town of Peterborough". Bulk packages are also available for the entire month. If you do not register online, expect to complete a one-time registration form at the door which includes the liability release and emergency contact information for if you have a medical emergency with us.Where: South Meadow School Gym, 108 Hancock RoadWhen: Tuesday evenings from September 13 to the end of the yearTime: 7:30-9:30pmAges: 18+Cost: Pickup: $6/residents, $8/non-residents per visit. Purchase a month's worth of pickup visits for a discount. No refunds on the bulk visit package.Team: $165 per team of 6-9 people.Expectations:- Each team should have 1-2 team captains that will manage paperwork and communication with the Coordinator Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Team captains must register below, pay for their teams, and submit team rosters to Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Stay home if you are sick!   
 
Wednesday September 28, 2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Bingo - Bingo
If you enjoy good fun, great laughs and playing bingo - come and join the Senior Program  at the PCC on Elm Street each Wednesday morning, starting at 10am.  This program runs until 11:30am. The cost is $2.50 per person per session and small prizes will be given out.Ages: 50+Where:  Outdoors at the PCCWhen: Wednesdays from 10-11:30amFee: $2.50 (to be paid at the event itself)You will need to bring pennies to use as markers. You will be able to pick and choose a prize, though no handling. Masks are optional.  Please self screen before coming to the program and stay home if you are not feeling well.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles 
 
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Cleaning PCC
 
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM    Indoor walking
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Kraft Korner - Kraft Korner
Facilitated by; the PRD and Gloria SchultzDuring this period of COVID, you are asked to bring your own individual project to work on.  Who:     Adults ages 50+When:   WednesdaysTime:     1 to 3pmWhere:  Peterborough Community Center Cost:     $2.50/visit plus the cost of supplies. Please pay Gloria at the door. The wearing of face masks is now optional.  If you are now feeling well or are symptomatic, please stay home.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles For more information, please call Gloria at 784-5032.
 
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM    Mahjong - Mahjong
Organized by Gloria SchultzCome join other Mahjong enthusiasts enjoy this engaging game of skill, strategy and luck. Check it out! For more information, please call Gloria at 784-5032 or the PRD office at 924-8080.Who:    Adults over the age of 50When:  WednesdaysWhere: Peterborough Community Center, 25 Elm StreetTime:   1:30 to 3:30pmCost:    $2.50/person/visit - please pay Gloria at the doorIf you are fully vaccinated, masks are not required at this time.  If you are not fully vaccinated, we strongly urge one to wear a mask.  Please self screen before coming to the program.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles The following Screening Questions may be asked upon arrival. If you answer in the affirmative, you maybe sent home.1. Have you had any symptoms of Covid-19 including runny nose, sore throat, cough, shortness of breath, any gastrointestinal issues diarrhea, vomiting, nausea  any aches or chill any changes in your scents of taste or smell in the last 10 days.2. Have you been in close contact with someone who is suspected or confirmed to have Covid-19 in the past 10 days. (Note: Healthcare workers caring for Covid-19 patients while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment should answer “no” to this question)3. Have you traveled in the past 10 days either internationally or by cruise ship?4. If someone has a temperature of 100.4 or higher, we ask that you stay home.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Peterborough Farmers' Market (outdoors)
 
Thursday September 29, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Bulk Package
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Drop In Visit
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Yoga - Teen Only Series - Fall Teen Yoga Series
Know a teen that would like to try yoga and see if they like it?Program DescriptionThe purpose of this yoga series is to introduce yoga to teens that are interested. If the group is successful and the attendees would like to come to this class regularly, we will turn this into an ongoing class. In other words, this series is to "test the water" and see if this is something that teens in the area are interested in or would benefit from. We need a minimum of 4 teens to run the program.Instructor BioGina is a 500 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher, Yoga Retreat Leader, Farmer’s partner and new mother from Long Island, New York. Yoga became a daily practice for Gina when she realized that while on her mat, she was able to turn off her over-thinking mind. After practicing for about ten years, she started Yoga Teacher Training, when she knew she needed to share her passion and gift of service with others. Gina teaches that yoga can heal the body, mind and spirit, with awareness on breath, alignment and the present moment. She has studied and practiced under many incredible teachers in all traditions and combines asana and wisdom from numerous lineages. She feels it’s important to keep the practice safe and gentle, yet challenging and exciting, so no two classes are ever the same. With permission, Gina uses hands-on assists to help bring more body awareness and correct alignment to each pose, elevating the individual’s yoga experience. She just moved to the area in May and can’t wait to share this healing practice with you!Where: Meeting Room, 64 Union Street, PeterboroughWhen: Thursday, September 22, September 29, and October 6Who: 13 to 17 year-olds (adults can attend our regular yoga class) Cost: $36 for residents, $45 for non-residents**This price includes all three days of the series. There is no drop-in option for a single visit to this program.Expectations:- Parents CAN drop their children off and leave but supervision will end at 7:00pm- Please provide a yoga mat for your child if possible, though we will have a couple extras if needed. 
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    pickleball play
 
Friday September 30, 2022
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Senior Lunches - Senior Lunch
The Senior Lunch program runs on Fridays, throughout the year - barring the weather and placement of holidays. Please provide your own lunch. For more information or to make a reservation for a Special Lunch* please call Gloria at (603) 784-5032.  Please bring your own lunch, silverware, etc.  Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Fridays, 10:30-12:30pmBring your own lunch. Special lunch events are $10/person with reservations required.No program September 23rd*Special Lunches:September 9th, Pizza and Show & Tell  ($10.00)October 7th, Fried Chicken Friday        ($10.00)November 18th, Thanksgiving Potluck  ($2.50)Masks are now optional. Please stay home if you are not feeling well.
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Indoor Walking
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    DCA volleyball practices
 
Saturday October 1, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Zumba
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tap It Out
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Journey to Health Fitness & Cooking Class - Journey to Health October 2022
A fitness AND cooking class all wrapped into one?Journey to Health is a fitness class followed by a cooking class with dinner focused on high protein, low fat, delicious vegetables. Fitness Class15 minute Hyperbolic Stretching designed to increase your flexibility. 40 minutes of the patented COREFIRST workout. This is no impact mat workout with the COREFIRST resistance band system. Its an intense workout which can be modified depending upon your current fitness level. This workout will focus resistance training on your arms, legs and core. Cooking ClassLearn how to bring out the best taste in vegetables utilizing healthy fats. We will make low fat and delicious food that you can learn to make at home.LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Community Center, 25 Elm StreetWhen: Saturday, October 1, 2022Time:  5pm-7pmAges: 18+Cost: $40/residents, $45/non-residentsExpectations:- Make us aware of any food allergies or fitness accommodations that must be made- Wear clothes that are comfortable for a fitness class- Bring a water bottle- Bring a friend or your significant other! 
 
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Journey to Health Fitness & Cooking Class - Journey to Health October 2022
A fitness AND cooking class all wrapped into one?Journey to Health is a fitness class followed by a cooking class with dinner focused on high protein, low fat, delicious vegetables. Fitness Class15 minute Hyperbolic Stretching designed to increase your flexibility. 40 minutes of the patented COREFIRST workout. This is no impact mat workout with the COREFIRST resistance band system. Its an intense workout which can be modified depending upon your current fitness level. This workout will focus resistance training on your arms, legs and core. Cooking ClassLearn how to bring out the best taste in vegetables utilizing healthy fats. We will make low fat and delicious food that you can learn to make at home.LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Community Center, 25 Elm StreetWhen: Saturday, October 1, 2022Time:  5pm-7pmAges: 18+Cost: $40/residents, $45/non-residentsExpectations:- Make us aware of any food allergies or fitness accommodations that must be made- Wear clothes that are comfortable for a fitness class- Bring a water bottle- Bring a friend or your significant other! 
 
Sunday October 2, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - PreK & K - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - Grades 1 & 2 - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - Grades 3-5 - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM    American Legion Mtgs
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    pickleball play
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    pickleball play
 
Monday October 3, 2022
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    CANASTA - Canasta
CANASTA is a card game that belongs in the Rummy family.  This game was one of the most popular games in the 1950's.  CANASTA is usually played in paired partners and the aim is to collect sets or "melds" of cards.  A "meld" of 7 cards is considered CANASTA.Ages:    50+Time:   10am to noonDay:      MondaysWhere: Peterborough Community CenterCost:     $2.50/person/day             Please pay Gloria at the doorMask are optional.  Please self screen before coming to the program and if you are not feeling well, please stay home.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles 
 
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM    Indoor walking
 
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Cribbage - Cribbage
Join this fun group of seniors every Monday afternoon at 1pm for an afternoon of cribbage at the Peterborough Community Center - year 'round!  This is another great way to get out and socialize! Coffee is provided and you are welcome to bring a treat to share.  If you do not know the game of cribbage, do not worry.  There is someone in the group who would be happy to teach you.   Who:     Anyone ages 50+When:   MondaysTime:    1 to 3:30pmCost:     $2.50/session (please pay at the door)The wearing of masks in now optional.  If you are not feeling well, please stay home.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles 
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    DCA volleyball practices
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Private Rental - Garland
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    pickleball key holder meeting
 
Tuesday October 4, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Bulk Package
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Drop In Visit
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    pickleball play
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga with Gina - 6-Visit Punch Pass
Yoga is back!DescriptionThis is an all-levels, all-bodies class. Gina’s sequencing blends easeful stretching with mild strength building so you will feel open and relaxed, yet also the right amount of challenged. Each class focuses on the mind-body-spirit connection while linking movement with breath. Postures are practiced safely, using alignment, to promote healing, flexibility, balance and a calm mind. Gina will offer a variety of beginner-friendly modifications as well as options for the intermediate, to encourage participation of everyone. *With student's permission*, she will offer hands-on assists and essential oils to enhance the experience. Meet GinaGina is a 500 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher, Yoga Retreat Leader, Farmer’s partner and new mother from Long Island, New York. Yoga became a daily practice for Gina when she realized that while on her mat, she was able to turn off her over-thinking mind. After practicing for about ten years, she started Yoga Teacher Training, when she knew she needed to share her passion and gift of service with others. Gina teaches that yoga can heal the body, mind and spirit, with awareness on breath, alignment and the present moment. She has studied and practiced under many incredible teachers in all traditions and combines asana and wisdom from numerous lineages. She feels it’s important to keep the practice safe and gentle, yet challenging and exciting, so no two classes are ever the same. With permission, Gina uses hands-on assists to help bring more body awareness and correct alignment to each pose, elevating the individual’s yoga experience. She just moved to the area in May and can’t wait to share this healing practice with you! LogisticsWhere: Adams Park North (By pavilion) Rain space is the Meeting Room at 64 Union StreetWhen: Every TuesdayTime: 6:30pm-7:30pmAge: 15+ (parents may drop off and pick up their teens)Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents to drop inPurchase a six-visit punch pass for $66/residents & $86/non-residents- Bring your own yoga mat. We have a couple spare mats for folks without one- Come prepared for the weather (bug spray and sunscreen)- Bring water
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga with Gina Rain/Winter Space
 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Volleyball - Adult Pickup & Games - PickUp/Sign Up Bulk Package October
Volleyball is back!  Join other adults that enjoy volleyball in the SMS gym on Tueday nights for fun recreational play or competitive team games.For the pickup program, participants need to register and pay online, or register at the door. If you register at the door, bring cash or a check for "Town of Peterborough". Bulk packages are also available for the entire month. If you do not register online, expect to complete a one-time registration form at the door which includes the liability release and emergency contact information for if you have a medical emergency with us.Where: South Meadow School Gym, 108 Hancock RoadWhen: Tuesday evenings from September 13 to the end of the yearTime: 7:30-9:30pmAges: 18+Cost: Pickup: $6/residents, $8/non-residents per visit. Purchase a month's worth of pickup visits for a discount. No refunds on the bulk visit package.Team: $165 per team of 6-9 people.Expectations:- Each team should have 1-2 team captains that will manage paperwork and communication with the Coordinator Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Team captains must register below, pay for their teams, and submit team rosters to Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Stay home if you are sick!   
 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Volleyball - Adult Pickup & Games - PickUp/Sign Up Night - October 4
Volleyball is back!  Join other adults that enjoy volleyball in the SMS gym on Tueday nights for fun recreational play or competitive team games.For the pickup program, participants need to register and pay online, or register at the door. If you register at the door, bring cash or a check for "Town of Peterborough". Bulk packages are also available for the entire month. If you do not register online, expect to complete a one-time registration form at the door which includes the liability release and emergency contact information for if you have a medical emergency with us.Where: South Meadow School Gym, 108 Hancock RoadWhen: Tuesday evenings from September 13 to the end of the yearTime: 7:30-9:30pmAges: 18+Cost: Pickup: $6/residents, $8/non-residents per visit. Purchase a month's worth of pickup visits for a discount. No refunds on the bulk visit package.Team: $165 per team of 6-9 people.Expectations:- Each team should have 1-2 team captains that will manage paperwork and communication with the Coordinator Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Team captains must register below, pay for their teams, and submit team rosters to Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Stay home if you are sick!   
 
Wednesday October 5, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Van - Amherst
 
7:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Van - Milford (placeholder)
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Bingo - Bingo
If you enjoy good fun, great laughs and playing bingo - come and join the Senior Program  at the PCC on Elm Street each Wednesday morning, starting at 10am.  This program runs until 11:30am. The cost is $2.50 per person per session and small prizes will be given out.Ages: 50+Where:  Outdoors at the PCCWhen: Wednesdays from 10-11:30amFee: $2.50 (to be paid at the event itself)You will need to bring pennies to use as markers. You will be able to pick and choose a prize, though no handling. Masks are optional.  Please self screen before coming to the program and stay home if you are not feeling well.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles 
 
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM    Indoor walking
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Kraft Korner - Kraft Korner
Facilitated by; the PRD and Gloria SchultzDuring this period of COVID, you are asked to bring your own individual project to work on.  Who:     Adults ages 50+When:   WednesdaysTime:     1 to 3pmWhere:  Peterborough Community Center Cost:     $2.50/visit plus the cost of supplies. Please pay Gloria at the door. The wearing of face masks is now optional.  If you are now feeling well or are symptomatic, please stay home.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles For more information, please call Gloria at 784-5032.
 
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM    Mahjong - Mahjong
Organized by Gloria SchultzCome join other Mahjong enthusiasts enjoy this engaging game of skill, strategy and luck. Check it out! For more information, please call Gloria at 784-5032 or the PRD office at 924-8080.Who:    Adults over the age of 50When:  WednesdaysWhere: Peterborough Community Center, 25 Elm StreetTime:   1:30 to 3:30pmCost:    $2.50/person/visit - please pay Gloria at the doorIf you are fully vaccinated, masks are not required at this time.  If you are not fully vaccinated, we strongly urge one to wear a mask.  Please self screen before coming to the program.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles The following Screening Questions may be asked upon arrival. If you answer in the affirmative, you maybe sent home.1. Have you had any symptoms of Covid-19 including runny nose, sore throat, cough, shortness of breath, any gastrointestinal issues diarrhea, vomiting, nausea  any aches or chill any changes in your scents of taste or smell in the last 10 days.2. Have you been in close contact with someone who is suspected or confirmed to have Covid-19 in the past 10 days. (Note: Healthcare workers caring for Covid-19 patients while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment should answer “no” to this question)3. Have you traveled in the past 10 days either internationally or by cruise ship?4. If someone has a temperature of 100.4 or higher, we ask that you stay home.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Peterborough Farmers' Market (outdoors)
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Fly Fishing - Introduction to Fly Casting - Introduction to Fly Fishing - Fall 2022
Fly-Fishing is back again! Trout Unlimited is excited to teach Fly Casting to future fly fisherman/fisherwoman. Trout Unlimited will give explanation of all equipment, give demonstrations and hands-on usage of several different fly rods. There will be discussions about local fly-fishing venues. Trout Unlimited will also give you tips and instructions on fly tying and knot tying demos. Ages: Adults (18-99 yrs.)Dates/Times: Wednesdays, 5:30-7:00pm, October 5 - November 2Location: Bishop Field at Adams Park, 64 Union Street. Rain Space will be the PRD Meeting Room.Min/Max: Minimum of 4 Maximum of 8Fees: Res Fee: $100 NRes Fee: $115COVID Safety: - Participants should bring their own water bottle - Stay home if you are not feeling well
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Fly Fishing - Introduction to Fly Casting - Introduction to Fly Fishing - Fall 2022
Fly-Fishing is back again! Trout Unlimited is excited to teach Fly Casting to future fly fisherman/fisherwoman. Trout Unlimited will give explanation of all equipment, give demonstrations and hands-on usage of several different fly rods. There will be discussions about local fly-fishing venues. Trout Unlimited will also give you tips and instructions on fly tying and knot tying demos. Ages: Adults (18-99 yrs.)Dates/Times: Wednesdays, 5:30-7:00pm, October 5 - November 2Location: Bishop Field at Adams Park, 64 Union Street. Rain Space will be the PRD Meeting Room.Min/Max: Minimum of 4 Maximum of 8Fees: Res Fee: $100 NRes Fee: $115COVID Safety: - Participants should bring their own water bottle - Stay home if you are not feeling well
 
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM    PRC meeting
 
10:30 PM - 12:30 PM    Cleaning PCC
 
Thursday October 6, 2022
7:00 AM - 8:00 PM    Van - Amherst
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Bulk Package
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Drop In Visit
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Life Skills with Reality Check - Life Skills Fall 2022 Session
Ready to grow your life skills in a fun after school club at the Rec. Department?Botvin LifeSkills Training (LST) is a research-based substance abuse and violence prevention program for kids ages 12-14 that teaches important coping skills in a fun, engaging, and developmentally-appropriate way. This training program not only prevents tobacco, alcohol, and drug abuse in the vast majority of participants, but also teaches kids the knowledge and skills necessary to:• Increase self-esteem• Increase ability to make decisions and solve problems• Communicate effectively and avoid misunderstandings• Manage anxiety• Make new friends• Say “no” to unfair requests and peer pressure to use drugs• Resist advertising pressures to use drugsThe program here at the Peterborough Recreation Department will be like an after school club! The kids will take a bus to Adams Park (or be dropped off) where they will meet their club advisor, a certified trainer of the Life Skills program through the organization Reality Check. Kids will have the opportunity to take a break from school and play on the playground or on our fields. They'll enjoy a snack provided by us before going inside the Meeting Room for the hour-long session. Logistical Details:Where: Peterborough Recreation Department Meeting RoomWhen: Every Thursday from October 4 - February 2 (except school vacation weeks) *February 2 is a bad weather makeup dayTime: 3-4pm (kids will get off the bus here and have snack and recess before the session. Kids that will not take the bus can be dropped off at 2:30pm)Cost: FREE to all!Grades/Ages: Any students in 6th, 7th, or 8th gradeSpots Available: 10Expectations:- In order to get the best results from the program, participants need to attend every session - Masks are optional- Traditional school rules apply- Parents/guardians pick up their kids at the Meeting Room at 4pmMore Information:- Reality Check, located in Jaffrey, NH: https://www.realitychecknow.org/ - General Information on the Life Skills Program: https://www.lifeskillstraining.com/ - GREAT RESOURCE >> Fact Sheet on the Life Skills Program: https://www.lifeskillstraining.com/fact-sheet/ 
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    DCA volleyball practices
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Yoga - Teen Only Series - Fall Teen Yoga Series
Know a teen that would like to try yoga and see if they like it?Program DescriptionThe purpose of this yoga series is to introduce yoga to teens that are interested. If the group is successful and the attendees would like to come to this class regularly, we will turn this into an ongoing class. In other words, this series is to "test the water" and see if this is something that teens in the area are interested in or would benefit from. We need a minimum of 4 teens to run the program.Instructor BioGina is a 500 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher, Yoga Retreat Leader, Farmer’s partner and new mother from Long Island, New York. Yoga became a daily practice for Gina when she realized that while on her mat, she was able to turn off her over-thinking mind. After practicing for about ten years, she started Yoga Teacher Training, when she knew she needed to share her passion and gift of service with others. Gina teaches that yoga can heal the body, mind and spirit, with awareness on breath, alignment and the present moment. She has studied and practiced under many incredible teachers in all traditions and combines asana and wisdom from numerous lineages. She feels it’s important to keep the practice safe and gentle, yet challenging and exciting, so no two classes are ever the same. With permission, Gina uses hands-on assists to help bring more body awareness and correct alignment to each pose, elevating the individual’s yoga experience. She just moved to the area in May and can’t wait to share this healing practice with you!Where: Meeting Room, 64 Union Street, PeterboroughWhen: Thursday, September 22, September 29, and October 6Who: 13 to 17 year-olds (adults can attend our regular yoga class) Cost: $36 for residents, $45 for non-residents**This price includes all three days of the series. There is no drop-in option for a single visit to this program.Expectations:- Parents CAN drop their children off and leave but supervision will end at 7:00pm- Please provide a yoga mat for your child if possible, though we will have a couple extras if needed. 
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    pickleball play
 
Friday October 7, 2022
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Senior Lunches - Senior Lunch, Fried Chicken Friday
The Senior Lunch program runs on Fridays, throughout the year - barring the weather and placement of holidays. Please provide your own lunch. For more information or to make a reservation for a Special Lunch* please call Gloria at (603) 784-5032.  Please bring your own lunch, silverware, etc.  Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Fridays, 10:30-12:30pmBring your own lunch. Special lunch events are $10/person with reservations required.No program September 23rd*Special Lunches:September 9th, Pizza and Show & Tell  ($10.00)October 7th, Fried Chicken Friday        ($10.00)November 18th, Thanksgiving Potluck  ($2.50)Masks are now optional. Please stay home if you are not feeling well.
 
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Senior Lunches - Senior Lunch, Fried Chicken Friday
The Senior Lunch program runs on Fridays, throughout the year - barring the weather and placement of holidays. Please provide your own lunch. For more information or to make a reservation for a Special Lunch* please call Gloria at (603) 784-5032.  Please bring your own lunch, silverware, etc.  Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Fridays, 10:30-12:30pmBring your own lunch. Special lunch events are $10/person with reservations required.No program September 23rd*Special Lunches:September 9th, Pizza and Show & Tell  ($10.00)October 7th, Fried Chicken Friday        ($10.00)November 18th, Thanksgiving Potluck  ($2.50)Masks are now optional. Please stay home if you are not feeling well.
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Indoor Walking
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    DCA volleyball games
 
Saturday October 8, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Zumba
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Our Town Trot (5K) - D. Petrone
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Our Town Trot (5K) - D. Petrone
 
9:00 AM - 1:00 PM    Our Town Trot (5K) - D. Petrone
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tap It Out
 
1:30 PM - 2:30 PM    Wings of the Dawn Raptor Presentation - Wings of the Dawn Fall 2022 Presentation
Would you like to learn all about raptors like owls and hawks? "Wings of the Dawn strives to provide the best wildlife rehabilitation services possible. With every rescue, our goal is to rehabilitate the animal back to full health and release it back into the wild. We believe that each animal should live in as natural a habitat as possible in the wild.We provide professional and humane care in all phases of wildlife rehabilitation, respecting the wildness and maintaining the dignity of each animal in life and in death. We strive to rehabilitate and release each animal back to the wild in a healthy state that will insure their survival.Wings of the Dawn educational outreach programs are both fun and educational. They usually cover the natural history of the birds and their importance to the environment." - Wings of the Dawn websiteWho: All ages! (Children under 13 need to be accompanied by an adult)When: Saturday, October 8, 2022 from 1:30-2:30pmWhere: Adams Park North PavilionFees: In lieu of a registration fee, please graciously consider a donation to this non profit organization. Donations can be made on Wing of the Dawn's website https://wingswildlife.org/donations/or the day of the event.Participant Notes:- Please register in advance so we know how many audience members to expect.- Children under 13 need to be accompanied by an adult. Children without adults that are 13 and over will not be supervised while attending the event - they will be considered audience members only.- Dress for the weather! - There is no rain date. If we have to cancel due to weather the event will not run on a later date. 
 
Sunday October 9, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - PreK & K - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - Grades 1 & 2 - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - Grades 3-5 - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    pickleball play
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    pickleball play
 
Monday October 10, 2022
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    CANASTA - Canasta
CANASTA is a card game that belongs in the Rummy family.  This game was one of the most popular games in the 1950's.  CANASTA is usually played in paired partners and the aim is to collect sets or "melds" of cards.  A "meld" of 7 cards is considered CANASTA.Ages:    50+Time:   10am to noonDay:      MondaysWhere: Peterborough Community CenterCost:     $2.50/person/day             Please pay Gloria at the doorMask are optional.  Please self screen before coming to the program and if you are not feeling well, please stay home.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles 
 
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM    Indoor walking
 
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Cribbage - Cribbage
Join this fun group of seniors every Monday afternoon at 1pm for an afternoon of cribbage at the Peterborough Community Center - year 'round!  This is another great way to get out and socialize! Coffee is provided and you are welcome to bring a treat to share.  If you do not know the game of cribbage, do not worry.  There is someone in the group who would be happy to teach you.   Who:     Anyone ages 50+When:   MondaysTime:    1 to 3:30pmCost:     $2.50/session (please pay at the door)The wearing of masks in now optional.  If you are not feeling well, please stay home.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles 
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Private Rental - Garland
 
Tuesday October 11, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Bulk Package
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Drop In Visit
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    pickleball play
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga with Gina - 6-Visit Punch Pass
Yoga is back!DescriptionThis is an all-levels, all-bodies class. Gina’s sequencing blends easeful stretching with mild strength building so you will feel open and relaxed, yet also the right amount of challenged. Each class focuses on the mind-body-spirit connection while linking movement with breath. Postures are practiced safely, using alignment, to promote healing, flexibility, balance and a calm mind. Gina will offer a variety of beginner-friendly modifications as well as options for the intermediate, to encourage participation of everyone. *With student's permission*, she will offer hands-on assists and essential oils to enhance the experience. Meet GinaGina is a 500 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher, Yoga Retreat Leader, Farmer’s partner and new mother from Long Island, New York. Yoga became a daily practice for Gina when she realized that while on her mat, she was able to turn off her over-thinking mind. After practicing for about ten years, she started Yoga Teacher Training, when she knew she needed to share her passion and gift of service with others. Gina teaches that yoga can heal the body, mind and spirit, with awareness on breath, alignment and the present moment. She has studied and practiced under many incredible teachers in all traditions and combines asana and wisdom from numerous lineages. She feels it’s important to keep the practice safe and gentle, yet challenging and exciting, so no two classes are ever the same. With permission, Gina uses hands-on assists to help bring more body awareness and correct alignment to each pose, elevating the individual’s yoga experience. She just moved to the area in May and can’t wait to share this healing practice with you! LogisticsWhere: Adams Park North (By pavilion) Rain space is the Meeting Room at 64 Union StreetWhen: Every TuesdayTime: 6:30pm-7:30pmAge: 15+ (parents may drop off and pick up their teens)Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents to drop inPurchase a six-visit punch pass for $66/residents & $86/non-residents- Bring your own yoga mat. We have a couple spare mats for folks without one- Come prepared for the weather (bug spray and sunscreen)- Bring water
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga with Gina Rain/Winter Space
 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Volleyball - Adult Pickup & Games - PickUp/Sign Up Bulk Package October
Volleyball is back!  Join other adults that enjoy volleyball in the SMS gym on Tueday nights for fun recreational play or competitive team games.For the pickup program, participants need to register and pay online, or register at the door. If you register at the door, bring cash or a check for "Town of Peterborough". Bulk packages are also available for the entire month. If you do not register online, expect to complete a one-time registration form at the door which includes the liability release and emergency contact information for if you have a medical emergency with us.Where: South Meadow School Gym, 108 Hancock RoadWhen: Tuesday evenings from September 13 to the end of the yearTime: 7:30-9:30pmAges: 18+Cost: Pickup: $6/residents, $8/non-residents per visit. Purchase a month's worth of pickup visits for a discount. No refunds on the bulk visit package.Team: $165 per team of 6-9 people.Expectations:- Each team should have 1-2 team captains that will manage paperwork and communication with the Coordinator Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Team captains must register below, pay for their teams, and submit team rosters to Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Stay home if you are sick!   
 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Volleyball - Adult Pickup & Games - PickUp/Sign Up Night - October 11
Volleyball is back!  Join other adults that enjoy volleyball in the SMS gym on Tueday nights for fun recreational play or competitive team games.For the pickup program, participants need to register and pay online, or register at the door. If you register at the door, bring cash or a check for "Town of Peterborough". Bulk packages are also available for the entire month. If you do not register online, expect to complete a one-time registration form at the door which includes the liability release and emergency contact information for if you have a medical emergency with us.Where: South Meadow School Gym, 108 Hancock RoadWhen: Tuesday evenings from September 13 to the end of the yearTime: 7:30-9:30pmAges: 18+Cost: Pickup: $6/residents, $8/non-residents per visit. Purchase a month's worth of pickup visits for a discount. No refunds on the bulk visit package.Team: $165 per team of 6-9 people.Expectations:- Each team should have 1-2 team captains that will manage paperwork and communication with the Coordinator Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Team captains must register below, pay for their teams, and submit team rosters to Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Stay home if you are sick!   
 
Wednesday October 12, 2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Bingo - Bingo
If you enjoy good fun, great laughs and playing bingo - come and join the Senior Program  at the PCC on Elm Street each Wednesday morning, starting at 10am.  This program runs until 11:30am. The cost is $2.50 per person per session and small prizes will be given out.Ages: 50+Where:  Outdoors at the PCCWhen: Wednesdays from 10-11:30amFee: $2.50 (to be paid at the event itself)You will need to bring pennies to use as markers. You will be able to pick and choose a prize, though no handling. Masks are optional.  Please self screen before coming to the program and stay home if you are not feeling well.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles 
 
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM    Indoor walking
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Kraft Korner - Kraft Korner
Facilitated by; the PRD and Gloria SchultzDuring this period of COVID, you are asked to bring your own individual project to work on.  Who:     Adults ages 50+When:   WednesdaysTime:     1 to 3pmWhere:  Peterborough Community Center Cost:     $2.50/visit plus the cost of supplies. Please pay Gloria at the door. The wearing of face masks is now optional.  If you are now feeling well or are symptomatic, please stay home.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles For more information, please call Gloria at 784-5032.
 
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM    Mahjong - Mahjong
Organized by Gloria SchultzCome join other Mahjong enthusiasts enjoy this engaging game of skill, strategy and luck. Check it out! For more information, please call Gloria at 784-5032 or the PRD office at 924-8080.Who:    Adults over the age of 50When:  WednesdaysWhere: Peterborough Community Center, 25 Elm StreetTime:   1:30 to 3:30pmCost:    $2.50/person/visit - please pay Gloria at the doorIf you are fully vaccinated, masks are not required at this time.  If you are not fully vaccinated, we strongly urge one to wear a mask.  Please self screen before coming to the program.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles The following Screening Questions may be asked upon arrival. If you answer in the affirmative, you maybe sent home.1. Have you had any symptoms of Covid-19 including runny nose, sore throat, cough, shortness of breath, any gastrointestinal issues diarrhea, vomiting, nausea  any aches or chill any changes in your scents of taste or smell in the last 10 days.2. Have you been in close contact with someone who is suspected or confirmed to have Covid-19 in the past 10 days. (Note: Healthcare workers caring for Covid-19 patients while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment should answer “no” to this question)3. Have you traveled in the past 10 days either internationally or by cruise ship?4. If someone has a temperature of 100.4 or higher, we ask that you stay home.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Peterborough Farmers' Market (outdoors)
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Fly Fishing - Introduction to Fly Casting - Introduction to Fly Fishing - Fall 2022
Fly-Fishing is back again! Trout Unlimited is excited to teach Fly Casting to future fly fisherman/fisherwoman. Trout Unlimited will give explanation of all equipment, give demonstrations and hands-on usage of several different fly rods. There will be discussions about local fly-fishing venues. Trout Unlimited will also give you tips and instructions on fly tying and knot tying demos. Ages: Adults (18-99 yrs.)Dates/Times: Wednesdays, 5:30-7:00pm, October 5 - November 2Location: Bishop Field at Adams Park, 64 Union Street. Rain Space will be the PRD Meeting Room.Min/Max: Minimum of 4 Maximum of 8Fees: Res Fee: $100 NRes Fee: $115COVID Safety: - Participants should bring their own water bottle - Stay home if you are not feeling well
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Fly Fishing - Introduction to Fly Casting - Introduction to Fly Fishing - Fall 2022
Fly-Fishing is back again! Trout Unlimited is excited to teach Fly Casting to future fly fisherman/fisherwoman. Trout Unlimited will give explanation of all equipment, give demonstrations and hands-on usage of several different fly rods. There will be discussions about local fly-fishing venues. Trout Unlimited will also give you tips and instructions on fly tying and knot tying demos. Ages: Adults (18-99 yrs.)Dates/Times: Wednesdays, 5:30-7:00pm, October 5 - November 2Location: Bishop Field at Adams Park, 64 Union Street. Rain Space will be the PRD Meeting Room.Min/Max: Minimum of 4 Maximum of 8Fees: Res Fee: $100 NRes Fee: $115COVID Safety: - Participants should bring their own water bottle - Stay home if you are not feeling well
 
10:30 PM - 12:30 PM    Cleaning PCC
 
Thursday October 13, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Bulk Package
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Drop In Visit
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Life Skills with Reality Check - Life Skills Fall 2022 Session
Ready to grow your life skills in a fun after school club at the Rec. Department?Botvin LifeSkills Training (LST) is a research-based substance abuse and violence prevention program for kids ages 12-14 that teaches important coping skills in a fun, engaging, and developmentally-appropriate way. This training program not only prevents tobacco, alcohol, and drug abuse in the vast majority of participants, but also teaches kids the knowledge and skills necessary to:• Increase self-esteem• Increase ability to make decisions and solve problems• Communicate effectively and avoid misunderstandings• Manage anxiety• Make new friends• Say “no” to unfair requests and peer pressure to use drugs• Resist advertising pressures to use drugsThe program here at the Peterborough Recreation Department will be like an after school club! The kids will take a bus to Adams Park (or be dropped off) where they will meet their club advisor, a certified trainer of the Life Skills program through the organization Reality Check. Kids will have the opportunity to take a break from school and play on the playground or on our fields. They'll enjoy a snack provided by us before going inside the Meeting Room for the hour-long session. Logistical Details:Where: Peterborough Recreation Department Meeting RoomWhen: Every Thursday from October 4 - February 2 (except school vacation weeks) *February 2 is a bad weather makeup dayTime: 3-4pm (kids will get off the bus here and have snack and recess before the session. Kids that will not take the bus can be dropped off at 2:30pm)Cost: FREE to all!Grades/Ages: Any students in 6th, 7th, or 8th gradeSpots Available: 10Expectations:- In order to get the best results from the program, participants need to attend every session - Masks are optional- Traditional school rules apply- Parents/guardians pick up their kids at the Meeting Room at 4pmMore Information:- Reality Check, located in Jaffrey, NH: https://www.realitychecknow.org/ - General Information on the Life Skills Program: https://www.lifeskillstraining.com/ - GREAT RESOURCE >> Fact Sheet on the Life Skills Program: https://www.lifeskillstraining.com/fact-sheet/ 
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    DCA volleyball practices
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    pickleball play
 
Friday October 14, 2022
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Senior Lunches - Senior Lunch
The Senior Lunch program runs on Fridays, throughout the year - barring the weather and placement of holidays. Please provide your own lunch. For more information or to make a reservation for a Special Lunch* please call Gloria at (603) 784-5032.  Please bring your own lunch, silverware, etc.  Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Fridays, 10:30-12:30pmBring your own lunch. Special lunch events are $10/person with reservations required.No program September 23rd*Special Lunches:September 9th, Pizza and Show & Tell  ($10.00)October 7th, Fried Chicken Friday        ($10.00)November 18th, Thanksgiving Potluck  ($2.50)Masks are now optional. Please stay home if you are not feeling well.
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Indoor Walking
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    DCA volleyball games
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Line Dancing - Line Dancing, Fall 2022
Ready to get dancing?Line dancing will inspire movement, fun, and creativity.  Participants will learn basic steps, rhythms and routines choreographed to music.  Music styles might include: pop, rock, blues, country, swing, Latin and Irish.   Deb Page is a member of the Monadnock Line Dance Team.  She has been performing locally and throughout New Hampshire for over 10 years.Where: Peterborough Community Center  When: Six consecutive Fridays in October and November: October 14, 21, 28, November 4, 11, 18Time: 6-7pmCost: $44 residents $50 non-residents (one price for 6 weeks, no drop-ins)Ages: 16+Expectations:- Bring a water bottle, wear comfortable clothing, and wear sneakers- If you are not feeling well, please stay home.- 16 and 17 year-olds can be dropped off and will be supervised by instructor
 
Saturday October 15, 2022
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM    Zumba
 
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Tap It Out
 
Sunday October 16, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - PreK & K - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - Grades 1 & 2 - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - Grades 3-5 - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    pickleball play
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    pickleball play
 
Monday October 17, 2022
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    CANASTA - Canasta
CANASTA is a card game that belongs in the Rummy family.  This game was one of the most popular games in the 1950's.  CANASTA is usually played in paired partners and the aim is to collect sets or "melds" of cards.  A "meld" of 7 cards is considered CANASTA.Ages:    50+Time:   10am to noonDay:      MondaysWhere: Peterborough Community CenterCost:     $2.50/person/day             Please pay Gloria at the doorMask are optional.  Please self screen before coming to the program and if you are not feeling well, please stay home.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles 
 
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM    Indoor walking
 
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Cribbage - Cribbage
Join this fun group of seniors every Monday afternoon at 1pm for an afternoon of cribbage at the Peterborough Community Center - year 'round!  This is another great way to get out and socialize! Coffee is provided and you are welcome to bring a treat to share.  If you do not know the game of cribbage, do not worry.  There is someone in the group who would be happy to teach you.   Who:     Anyone ages 50+When:   MondaysTime:    1 to 3:30pmCost:     $2.50/session (please pay at the door)The wearing of masks in now optional.  If you are not feeling well, please stay home.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles 
 
3:30 PM - 5:00 PM    DCA volleyball practices
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Private Rental - Garland
 
Tuesday October 18, 2022
9:00 AM - 12:30 PM    private rental- Martin's Point Medicare education seminar
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Bulk Package
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Drop In Visit
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    DCA volleyball games
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    pickleball play
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga with Gina - 6-Visit Punch Pass
Yoga is back!DescriptionThis is an all-levels, all-bodies class. Gina’s sequencing blends easeful stretching with mild strength building so you will feel open and relaxed, yet also the right amount of challenged. Each class focuses on the mind-body-spirit connection while linking movement with breath. Postures are practiced safely, using alignment, to promote healing, flexibility, balance and a calm mind. Gina will offer a variety of beginner-friendly modifications as well as options for the intermediate, to encourage participation of everyone. *With student's permission*, she will offer hands-on assists and essential oils to enhance the experience. Meet GinaGina is a 500 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher, Yoga Retreat Leader, Farmer’s partner and new mother from Long Island, New York. Yoga became a daily practice for Gina when she realized that while on her mat, she was able to turn off her over-thinking mind. After practicing for about ten years, she started Yoga Teacher Training, when she knew she needed to share her passion and gift of service with others. Gina teaches that yoga can heal the body, mind and spirit, with awareness on breath, alignment and the present moment. She has studied and practiced under many incredible teachers in all traditions and combines asana and wisdom from numerous lineages. She feels it’s important to keep the practice safe and gentle, yet challenging and exciting, so no two classes are ever the same. With permission, Gina uses hands-on assists to help bring more body awareness and correct alignment to each pose, elevating the individual’s yoga experience. She just moved to the area in May and can’t wait to share this healing practice with you! LogisticsWhere: Adams Park North (By pavilion) Rain space is the Meeting Room at 64 Union StreetWhen: Every TuesdayTime: 6:30pm-7:30pmAge: 15+ (parents may drop off and pick up their teens)Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents to drop inPurchase a six-visit punch pass for $66/residents & $86/non-residents- Bring your own yoga mat. We have a couple spare mats for folks without one- Come prepared for the weather (bug spray and sunscreen)- Bring water
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga with Gina Rain/Winter Space
 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Volleyball - Adult Pickup & Games - PickUp/Sign Up Bulk Package October
Volleyball is back!  Join other adults that enjoy volleyball in the SMS gym on Tueday nights for fun recreational play or competitive team games.For the pickup program, participants need to register and pay online, or register at the door. If you register at the door, bring cash or a check for "Town of Peterborough". Bulk packages are also available for the entire month. If you do not register online, expect to complete a one-time registration form at the door which includes the liability release and emergency contact information for if you have a medical emergency with us.Where: South Meadow School Gym, 108 Hancock RoadWhen: Tuesday evenings from September 13 to the end of the yearTime: 7:30-9:30pmAges: 18+Cost: Pickup: $6/residents, $8/non-residents per visit. Purchase a month's worth of pickup visits for a discount. No refunds on the bulk visit package.Team: $165 per team of 6-9 people.Expectations:- Each team should have 1-2 team captains that will manage paperwork and communication with the Coordinator Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Team captains must register below, pay for their teams, and submit team rosters to Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Stay home if you are sick!   
 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Volleyball - Adult Pickup & Games - PickUp/Sign Up Night - October 18
Volleyball is back!  Join other adults that enjoy volleyball in the SMS gym on Tueday nights for fun recreational play or competitive team games.For the pickup program, participants need to register and pay online, or register at the door. If you register at the door, bring cash or a check for "Town of Peterborough". Bulk packages are also available for the entire month. If you do not register online, expect to complete a one-time registration form at the door which includes the liability release and emergency contact information for if you have a medical emergency with us.Where: South Meadow School Gym, 108 Hancock RoadWhen: Tuesday evenings from September 13 to the end of the yearTime: 7:30-9:30pmAges: 18+Cost: Pickup: $6/residents, $8/non-residents per visit. Purchase a month's worth of pickup visits for a discount. No refunds on the bulk visit package.Team: $165 per team of 6-9 people.Expectations:- Each team should have 1-2 team captains that will manage paperwork and communication with the Coordinator Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Team captains must register below, pay for their teams, and submit team rosters to Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Stay home if you are sick!   
 
Wednesday October 19, 2022
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM    Bingo - Bingo
If you enjoy good fun, great laughs and playing bingo - come and join the Senior Program  at the PCC on Elm Street each Wednesday morning, starting at 10am.  This program runs until 11:30am. The cost is $2.50 per person per session and small prizes will be given out.Ages: 50+Where:  Outdoors at the PCCWhen: Wednesdays from 10-11:30amFee: $2.50 (to be paid at the event itself)You will need to bring pennies to use as markers. You will be able to pick and choose a prize, though no handling. Masks are optional.  Please self screen before coming to the program and stay home if you are not feeling well.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles 
 
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM    cleaning PCC gym
 
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM    Indoor walking
 
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM    Kraft Korner - Kraft Korner
Facilitated by; the PRD and Gloria SchultzDuring this period of COVID, you are asked to bring your own individual project to work on.  Who:     Adults ages 50+When:   WednesdaysTime:     1 to 3pmWhere:  Peterborough Community Center Cost:     $2.50/visit plus the cost of supplies. Please pay Gloria at the door. The wearing of face masks is now optional.  If you are now feeling well or are symptomatic, please stay home.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles For more information, please call Gloria at 784-5032.
 
1:30 PM - 3:30 PM    Mahjong - Mahjong
Organized by Gloria SchultzCome join other Mahjong enthusiasts enjoy this engaging game of skill, strategy and luck. Check it out! For more information, please call Gloria at 784-5032 or the PRD office at 924-8080.Who:    Adults over the age of 50When:  WednesdaysWhere: Peterborough Community Center, 25 Elm StreetTime:   1:30 to 3:30pmCost:    $2.50/person/visit - please pay Gloria at the doorIf you are fully vaccinated, masks are not required at this time.  If you are not fully vaccinated, we strongly urge one to wear a mask.  Please self screen before coming to the program.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles The following Screening Questions may be asked upon arrival. If you answer in the affirmative, you maybe sent home.1. Have you had any symptoms of Covid-19 including runny nose, sore throat, cough, shortness of breath, any gastrointestinal issues diarrhea, vomiting, nausea  any aches or chill any changes in your scents of taste or smell in the last 10 days.2. Have you been in close contact with someone who is suspected or confirmed to have Covid-19 in the past 10 days. (Note: Healthcare workers caring for Covid-19 patients while wearing appropriate personal protective equipment should answer “no” to this question)3. Have you traveled in the past 10 days either internationally or by cruise ship?4. If someone has a temperature of 100.4 or higher, we ask that you stay home.
 
3:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Peterborough Farmers' Market (outdoors)
 
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Lacrosse New Player Clinic for Youth - New Player Clinic - October
Thinking about playing lacrosse? This pre-season new player clinic is specifically for elementary and middle school age lacrosse players to work on basic skills and drills. This will include wall ball routines to build basic stick skills and scooping skills. We will also discuss one-on-one defense skills.Who: 5-15 year-oldsWhen: Wednesday, September 21, Wednesday, October 19, and Saturday. November 5Time: September & October are 4:30pm-6pm and November is 11am-12:30pmWhere: Russell Field, 64 Union Street, rain location is the Peterborough Community CenterCost: $5/residents, $7/non-residentsExpectations:- Players need to bring a stick, mouth guard, and water bottle- We do have goalie equipment for upper-elementary-aged kids if someone wants to try goalie
 
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Lacrosse New Player Clinic for Youth - New Player Clinic - October
Thinking about playing lacrosse? This pre-season new player clinic is specifically for elementary and middle school age lacrosse players to work on basic skills and drills. This will include wall ball routines to build basic stick skills and scooping skills. We will also discuss one-on-one defense skills.Who: 5-15 year-oldsWhen: Wednesday, September 21, Wednesday, October 19, and Saturday. November 5Time: September & October are 4:30pm-6pm and November is 11am-12:30pmWhere: Russell Field, 64 Union Street, rain location is the Peterborough Community CenterCost: $5/residents, $7/non-residentsExpectations:- Players need to bring a stick, mouth guard, and water bottle- We do have goalie equipment for upper-elementary-aged kids if someone wants to try goalie
 
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Lacrosse New Player Clinic for Youth - New Player Clinics - All Three
Thinking about playing lacrosse? This pre-season new player clinic is specifically for elementary and middle school age lacrosse players to work on basic skills and drills. This will include wall ball routines to build basic stick skills and scooping skills. We will also discuss one-on-one defense skills.Who: 5-15 year-oldsWhen: Wednesday, September 21, Wednesday, October 19, and Saturday. November 5Time: September & October are 4:30pm-6pm and November is 11am-12:30pmWhere: Russell Field, 64 Union Street, rain location is the Peterborough Community CenterCost: $5/residents, $7/non-residentsExpectations:- Players need to bring a stick, mouth guard, and water bottle- We do have goalie equipment for upper-elementary-aged kids if someone wants to try goalie
 
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM    Lacrosse New Player Clinic for Youth - New Player Clinics - All Three
Thinking about playing lacrosse? This pre-season new player clinic is specifically for elementary and middle school age lacrosse players to work on basic skills and drills. This will include wall ball routines to build basic stick skills and scooping skills. We will also discuss one-on-one defense skills.Who: 5-15 year-oldsWhen: Wednesday, September 21, Wednesday, October 19, and Saturday. November 5Time: September & October are 4:30pm-6pm and November is 11am-12:30pmWhere: Russell Field, 64 Union Street, rain location is the Peterborough Community CenterCost: $5/residents, $7/non-residentsExpectations:- Players need to bring a stick, mouth guard, and water bottle- We do have goalie equipment for upper-elementary-aged kids if someone wants to try goalie
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Fly Fishing - Introduction to Fly Casting - Introduction to Fly Fishing - Fall 2022
Fly-Fishing is back again! Trout Unlimited is excited to teach Fly Casting to future fly fisherman/fisherwoman. Trout Unlimited will give explanation of all equipment, give demonstrations and hands-on usage of several different fly rods. There will be discussions about local fly-fishing venues. Trout Unlimited will also give you tips and instructions on fly tying and knot tying demos. Ages: Adults (18-99 yrs.)Dates/Times: Wednesdays, 5:30-7:00pm, October 5 - November 2Location: Bishop Field at Adams Park, 64 Union Street. Rain Space will be the PRD Meeting Room.Min/Max: Minimum of 4 Maximum of 8Fees: Res Fee: $100 NRes Fee: $115COVID Safety: - Participants should bring their own water bottle - Stay home if you are not feeling well
 
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM    Fly Fishing - Introduction to Fly Casting - Introduction to Fly Fishing - Fall 2022
Fly-Fishing is back again! Trout Unlimited is excited to teach Fly Casting to future fly fisherman/fisherwoman. Trout Unlimited will give explanation of all equipment, give demonstrations and hands-on usage of several different fly rods. There will be discussions about local fly-fishing venues. Trout Unlimited will also give you tips and instructions on fly tying and knot tying demos. Ages: Adults (18-99 yrs.)Dates/Times: Wednesdays, 5:30-7:00pm, October 5 - November 2Location: Bishop Field at Adams Park, 64 Union Street. Rain Space will be the PRD Meeting Room.Min/Max: Minimum of 4 Maximum of 8Fees: Res Fee: $100 NRes Fee: $115COVID Safety: - Participants should bring their own water bottle - Stay home if you are not feeling well
 
10:30 PM - 12:30 PM    Cleaning PCC
 
Thursday October 20, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Bulk Package
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Drop In Visit
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
3:00 PM - 4:00 PM    Life Skills with Reality Check - Life Skills Fall 2022 Session
Ready to grow your life skills in a fun after school club at the Rec. Department?Botvin LifeSkills Training (LST) is a research-based substance abuse and violence prevention program for kids ages 12-14 that teaches important coping skills in a fun, engaging, and developmentally-appropriate way. This training program not only prevents tobacco, alcohol, and drug abuse in the vast majority of participants, but also teaches kids the knowledge and skills necessary to:• Increase self-esteem• Increase ability to make decisions and solve problems• Communicate effectively and avoid misunderstandings• Manage anxiety• Make new friends• Say “no” to unfair requests and peer pressure to use drugs• Resist advertising pressures to use drugsThe program here at the Peterborough Recreation Department will be like an after school club! The kids will take a bus to Adams Park (or be dropped off) where they will meet their club advisor, a certified trainer of the Life Skills program through the organization Reality Check. Kids will have the opportunity to take a break from school and play on the playground or on our fields. They'll enjoy a snack provided by us before going inside the Meeting Room for the hour-long session. Logistical Details:Where: Peterborough Recreation Department Meeting RoomWhen: Every Thursday from October 4 - February 2 (except school vacation weeks) *February 2 is a bad weather makeup dayTime: 3-4pm (kids will get off the bus here and have snack and recess before the session. Kids that will not take the bus can be dropped off at 2:30pm)Cost: FREE to all!Grades/Ages: Any students in 6th, 7th, or 8th gradeSpots Available: 10Expectations:- In order to get the best results from the program, participants need to attend every session - Masks are optional- Traditional school rules apply- Parents/guardians pick up their kids at the Meeting Room at 4pmMore Information:- Reality Check, located in Jaffrey, NH: https://www.realitychecknow.org/ - General Information on the Life Skills Program: https://www.lifeskillstraining.com/ - GREAT RESOURCE >> Fact Sheet on the Life Skills Program: https://www.lifeskillstraining.com/fact-sheet/ 
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Indoor pickleball
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    pickleball play
 
Friday October 21, 2022
10:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Senior Lunches - Senior Lunch
The Senior Lunch program runs on Fridays, throughout the year - barring the weather and placement of holidays. Please provide your own lunch. For more information or to make a reservation for a Special Lunch* please call Gloria at (603) 784-5032.  Please bring your own lunch, silverware, etc.  Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Fridays, 10:30-12:30pmBring your own lunch. Special lunch events are $10/person with reservations required.No program September 23rd*Special Lunches:September 9th, Pizza and Show & Tell  ($10.00)October 7th, Fried Chicken Friday        ($10.00)November 18th, Thanksgiving Potluck  ($2.50)Masks are now optional. Please stay home if you are not feeling well.
 
11:30 AM - 12:30 PM    Indoor Walking
 
3:30 PM - 4:45 PM    STEM Basketball with Skyhawks - STEM Basketball
More Basketball! This fall we are offering STEM Basketball through a partnership with Skyhawks Sports Academy. Please reach out to Julia at 603-924-8080 or jchidester@peterboroughnh.gov with questions. If you are interested is learning more about Skyhawks, please visit their website: https://www.skyhawks.com/ .DescriptionThis program combines strategic STEM-based activities with traditional Skyhawks basketball instruction and a focus on life skills such as teamwork and sportsmanship. The STEM Sports® basketball curriculum educates children on subjects including velocity and acceleration, basketball shoe design, tracking with technology and much, much more! Participants will also learn the fundamentals of passing, shooting, ball handling, rebounding and defense through skill-based drills and scrimmages. Skyhawks puts the Sports in STEM.
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Line Dancing - Line Dancing, Fall 2022
Ready to get dancing?Line dancing will inspire movement, fun, and creativity.  Participants will learn basic steps, rhythms and routines choreographed to music.  Music styles might include: pop, rock, blues, country, swing, Latin and Irish.   Deb Page is a member of the Monadnock Line Dance Team.  She has been performing locally and throughout New Hampshire for over 10 years.Where: Peterborough Community Center  When: Six consecutive Fridays in October and November: October 14, 21, 28, November 4, 11, 18Time: 6-7pmCost: $44 residents $50 non-residents (one price for 6 weeks, no drop-ins)Ages: 16+Expectations:- Bring a water bottle, wear comfortable clothing, and wear sneakers- If you are not feeling well, please stay home.- 16 and 17 year-olds can be dropped off and will be supervised by instructor
 
Sunday October 23, 2022
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - PreK & K - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - Grades 1 & 2 - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM    Soccer - Youth Early Development - Grades 3-5 - Early Development Soccer Program
We have partnered with ConVal Soccer Club! The Fall Early Development Program (EDP) offering is a joint venture between the Conval Soccer Club and the Peterborough Recreation Department to provide professional training by Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) in a fun environment on Sundays mid mornings and afternoons beginning in the FALL. Resendes Soccer Academy (RSA) will be contracted to offer a professional non-competitive Early Development Program in Peterborough, NH this FALL! The 6-week Early Development Program is focused on providing boys and girls of all ability & skill levels from grades PreK through 5th an amazing introduction to the game of soccer! Players will learn and enhance the fundamental techniques, concepts, and ideas of the game in an informative, positive, and most importantly FUN environment! Join in the fun with an energetic coaching staff this fall in Peterborough, NH for an awesome 6-weeks of soccer!Who is RSA? Resendes Soccer Academy is one of the fastest growing soccer organizations in all New England! RSA provides year-round youth soccer programs and player development opportunities for all ages and ability levels, along with coaching services to various youth soccer organizations throughout New England. RSA programs in NH are mainly led by Franklin Pierce University men’s soccer coaches & players who are currently ranked #2 Nationally in NCAA D2 and were recently voted SPRING 2021 NCAA REGIONAL COACHING STAFF OF THE YEAR! RSA Camps & Clinics YouTube Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PEKKrIRF0R8LogisticsWhere: Peterborough Elementary SchoolWhen: Sundays, September 18 - October 23Time: 11-2pm*(all grades will be within that time frame for one-hour sessions)Ages: PreK-5th grade Cost: $50 per childRequired Equipment: Water bottle, shin guards, cleats*, soccer ball. *Cleats are recommended but not required.
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    Indoor pickleball
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    pickleball play
 
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM    pickleball play
 
Monday October 24, 2022
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Indoor pickleball
 
10:00 AM - 11:30 AM    CANASTA - Canasta
CANASTA is a card game that belongs in the Rummy family.  This game was one of the most popular games in the 1950's.  CANASTA is usually played in paired partners and the aim is to collect sets or "melds" of cards.  A "meld" of 7 cards is considered CANASTA.Ages:    50+Time:   10am to noonDay:      MondaysWhere: Peterborough Community CenterCost:     $2.50/person/day             Please pay Gloria at the doorMask are optional.  Please self screen before coming to the program and if you are not feeling well, please stay home.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles 
 
12:30 PM - 2:30 PM    Indoor walking
 
1:00 PM - 3:30 PM    Cribbage - Cribbage
Join this fun group of seniors every Monday afternoon at 1pm for an afternoon of cribbage at the Peterborough Community Center - year 'round!  This is another great way to get out and socialize! Coffee is provided and you are welcome to bring a treat to share.  If you do not know the game of cribbage, do not worry.  There is someone in the group who would be happy to teach you.   Who:     Anyone ages 50+When:   MondaysTime:    1 to 3:30pmCost:     $2.50/session (please pay at the door)The wearing of masks in now optional.  If you are not feeling well, please stay home.Participants, please bring your Own Water Bottles 
 
6:00 PM - 7:00 PM    Private Rental - Garland
 
Tuesday October 25, 2022
8:30 AM - 10:30 AM    Indoor pickleball
 
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM    Strong Seniors: Stretching, Strength, & Balance - Strong Seniors Bulk Package
Come on out for a fun fitness class!Class DescriptionPlease join in this adult/senior group exercise class in the spacious Community Center where Christine Hansen, PTA , will guide you through gentle warm ups, stretching, arm and leg strengthening as well as balance exercises.  For some of the exercises you will be seated in a chair and progressing to standing with holding onto chair for support.  Chris will integrate breathing, yoga and other types of exercises over the 6 week session.  Bring a friend, meet new friends and start with a gentle exercise program to regain overall strength, balance and conditioning.InstructorChristine Hansen has extensive experience in working with adults and seniors in a variety of exercise-based settings. This includes 20+ years as a physical therapist assistant and certified occupational therapy assistant at MCH, local assisted living centers and home health.  She has taught many group exercise classes including: Strong Living, LSVT, aerobics and other senior exercise classes in assisted living centers throughout the Monadnock region.Logistics:Where: Peterborough Community CenterWhen: Tuesdays & Thursdays, September 27 - November 3Time: 11am-12pmAge: 55+Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents. Purchase all classes for $132/residents, $168/non-residentsExpectations:- All equipment will be provided- Please contact the Recreation Department at 603-924-8080 with questions about accommodations that can be made for individual needs. Please ask for Julia!
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    Indoor pickleball
 
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM    pickleball play
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga with Gina - 6-Visit Punch Pass
Yoga is back!DescriptionThis is an all-levels, all-bodies class. Gina’s sequencing blends easeful stretching with mild strength building so you will feel open and relaxed, yet also the right amount of challenged. Each class focuses on the mind-body-spirit connection while linking movement with breath. Postures are practiced safely, using alignment, to promote healing, flexibility, balance and a calm mind. Gina will offer a variety of beginner-friendly modifications as well as options for the intermediate, to encourage participation of everyone. *With student's permission*, she will offer hands-on assists and essential oils to enhance the experience. Meet GinaGina is a 500 Hour Registered Yoga Teacher, Yoga Retreat Leader, Farmer’s partner and new mother from Long Island, New York. Yoga became a daily practice for Gina when she realized that while on her mat, she was able to turn off her over-thinking mind. After practicing for about ten years, she started Yoga Teacher Training, when she knew she needed to share her passion and gift of service with others. Gina teaches that yoga can heal the body, mind and spirit, with awareness on breath, alignment and the present moment. She has studied and practiced under many incredible teachers in all traditions and combines asana and wisdom from numerous lineages. She feels it’s important to keep the practice safe and gentle, yet challenging and exciting, so no two classes are ever the same. With permission, Gina uses hands-on assists to help bring more body awareness and correct alignment to each pose, elevating the individual’s yoga experience. She just moved to the area in May and can’t wait to share this healing practice with you! LogisticsWhere: Adams Park North (By pavilion) Rain space is the Meeting Room at 64 Union StreetWhen: Every TuesdayTime: 6:30pm-7:30pmAge: 15+ (parents may drop off and pick up their teens)Cost: $12/residents, $15/non-residents to drop inPurchase a six-visit punch pass for $66/residents & $86/non-residents- Bring your own yoga mat. We have a couple spare mats for folks without one- Come prepared for the weather (bug spray and sunscreen)- Bring water
 
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM    Yoga with Gina Rain/Winter Space
 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Volleyball - Adult Pickup & Games - PickUp/Sign Up Bulk Package October
Volleyball is back!  Join other adults that enjoy volleyball in the SMS gym on Tueday nights for fun recreational play or competitive team games.For the pickup program, participants need to register and pay online, or register at the door. If you register at the door, bring cash or a check for "Town of Peterborough". Bulk packages are also available for the entire month. If you do not register online, expect to complete a one-time registration form at the door which includes the liability release and emergency contact information for if you have a medical emergency with us.Where: South Meadow School Gym, 108 Hancock RoadWhen: Tuesday evenings from September 13 to the end of the yearTime: 7:30-9:30pmAges: 18+Cost: Pickup: $6/residents, $8/non-residents per visit. Purchase a month's worth of pickup visits for a discount. No refunds on the bulk visit package.Team: $165 per team of 6-9 people.Expectations:- Each team should have 1-2 team captains that will manage paperwork and communication with the Coordinator Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Team captains must register below, pay for their teams, and submit team rosters to Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Stay home if you are sick!   
 
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM    Volleyball - Adult Pickup & Games - PickUp/Sign Up Night - October 25
Volleyball is back!  Join other adults that enjoy volleyball in the SMS gym on Tueday nights for fun recreational play or competitive team games.For the pickup program, participants need to register and pay online, or register at the door. If you register at the door, bring cash or a check for "Town of Peterborough". Bulk packages are also available for the entire month. If you do not register online, expect to complete a one-time registration form at the door which includes the liability release and emergency contact information for if you have a medical emergency with us.Where: South Meadow School Gym, 108 Hancock RoadWhen: Tuesday evenings from September 13 to the end of the yearTime: 7:30-9:30pmAges: 18+Cost: Pickup: $6/residents, $8/non-residents per visit. Purchase a month's worth of pickup visits for a discount. No refunds on the bulk visit package.Team: $165 per team of 6-9 people.Expectations:- Each team should have 1-2 team captains that will manage paperwork and communication with the Coordinator Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Team captains must register below, pay for their teams, and submit team rosters to Laura LaFortune and the Recreation Department.- Stay home if you are sick!