The West Chester Activity Center by Partners In Prime will celebrate its grand opening Nov. 1 with a ribbon cutting ceremony at 12:30 p.m. Following the ribbon cutting, staff of the activity center will give tours of the new center. The event will also feature an ice cream social and a variety of entertainment.
The activity center will offer wellness activities for the Lakota area community, with emphasis on senior center activities during the daytime hours, and activities for all ages in the mornings and afternoons, according to its website. Dance, fitness classes, an exercise equipment room and social activities will be offered at the center. Rooms are available to rent for meetings and parties, and the center also offers an annual membership for those interested in participating in a variety of classes.
A variety of activities will be offered for everyone in the community including chair volleyball, yoga, a daily luncheon, dancing, fitness classes, cards and education in self-defense, Arthritis care and using computers. Volunteer opportunities at the center and around the community are available as well.
The center is currently looking for instructors for the following classes: Children’s Art, Teen Hip/Hop Dance, Language, Moms and Babies Massage and Yoga, Children’s Dance, Cake Decorating and Dad’s and Daughter’s Exercise. Contact Linda Manzo, Activity Supervisor, for more details.
For more information, visit at www.WestChesterActivityCenter.org or call 513-779.7360.
Partners in Prime has been serving the West Chester community for nearly 20 years, providing meals on wheels, in-home assistance and transportation to older adults, and operating three Butler County senior centers (or prime clubs), including a small storefront at 9090 Cox Road. Donations for capital support are being accepted at the Community Foundation of West Chester/Liberty.
The new activity center will be located at 7900 Cox Road.
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