Ongoing Programming

All programs run throughout the academic school year and are included in the price of your Summit Senior Club Membership. Summit residents are welcome to join for just $10/year. Non-residents welcome. Learn more about the Summit Senior Club here.

Mahjong - Tentatively beginning September 14, 2020

Drop in Daily from 8:30-5:30 PM

For those of you interested in returning to the Community Center to play Mah Jongg  or cards, you are welcome to come anytime the building is open, but

unfortunately there will be some restrictions so that we can adhere to the guidelines set forth by the state. We will have space for 16 players per day (4 tables with 4 chairs). We suggest that you play with people you are comfortable with and bring your own “foursome or threesome.” All participants must wear masks since

social distancing is not possible and also while in the lobby and restroom. First come, first served. Senior lounge will be available for all beginning September 14th at 8:30 AM. The Community Center will be open until 5:30 PM until further notice.


Canasta - On hold due to COVID 19

Scheduled group TBA

Canasta is a card game resembling rummy, using two packs. It is usually played by two pairs of partners, and the aim is to collect sets (or melds) of cards. 

While the scheduled times are listed above, drop in whenever you would like in the brand new Senior Card Room! The room is open for the sole use by seniors during normal Communtiy Center hours.

Yoga - Beginning September 14, 2020

Mondays 9:30 AM
Fridays at 9:30 AM

Gentle Chair Yoga is held on Mondays at 12:00 PM and Fridays at 9:30 AM. Instructor Kati Walker will draw from various styles of yoga, modifying the positions for those who have balance and range of motion issues. She will introduce stress management breathing techniques and guided imagery. All this while seated safely in a chair.

Tai Chi - Beginning September 16, 2020

Wednesdays at 10:00 AM

T’ai Chi is held on Wednesdays at 10:00 AM. Learn to relax and de-stress using the gentle motions of T’ai Chi with instructor Ayriel Germantown, Many health benefits have been attributed to this ancient practice.