The “Seniors in Shape” summer program at Aviator Sports, for persons ages 55 and older, runs through August 16 and meets Mondays and Thursdays from 4:15-8:30 p.m. and Saturday morning from 8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.
Each Monday, Thursday, and Saturday, the class will offer a variety of activities including memory fitness, shimmy fit, defensibility fit, ball fitness, dance Latin, chi-gong, slimnastics, flex & tone, dance party, yoga, tai chi, tap dance, and body sculpture.
Professor Stern will guest host a special class on the travel industry August 4. Consumer information on benefits and services, plus much more, will be on the agenda.
Additionally, there will be a “Dance Party” every Thursday evening through August 14 from 6:45-8:30 p.m., as part of the Summer Dance Series, sponsored by Healthcare Partners, LLC., featuring weekly themes, including American Bandstand, Island Luau, Mardi Gras, Western Hoedown, Oscars in August, & Bon Voyage.
Bring your dancing friends and have fun. The cost is $5 for a day pass, accompanied spouses is $2.50 (proof is required), and 10 visits for $40.
Aviator Sports & Recreation is located at Floyd Bennett Field, Hangar 5. For more, call 718-758 7572 or visit www.aviato
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