Story Circle returns on Thursday, July 17th
Come to tell or hear a
tale or two. 3 pm.
This Sunday is our Annual Community Center Meeting...yes, Sunday...
The Pine Hill Community Center will hold its Annual Membership meeting on Sunday, July 13 at 1 pm. The agenda includes a review of the year's past activities and plans for the future. Everyone who has donated to the Center during the past year is considered a member. There will be a discussion about volunteer opportunities. Refreshements will be served. Ann Epner, the Executive Director, says this annual meeting is always a good way for members to connect with other supporters of the Center and to meet the Board of Directors.
Kool Kamp for Kool Kids Returns for Another Summer of Fun
Our popular day camp for kids ages 6-12 returns this summer on Mondays and Fridays. Camp hours are 10 am – 4pm. Campers should bring their own lunches, and PHCC will provide snacks and drinks.
Francesca Warnes will be the Camp Director again, and she’s planned days of outdoor and indoor games, nature walks, arts and crafts, and some surprises as well. Campers do not have to sign up for the full summer, but are invited to come when they can. Admission is free.
Pine Hill Art and Craft
Pine Hill Art and Craft, Catkill Mountain Arts and Crafts, The Unexpected Treasures Gift Shop, Coffee’s Ready &
Family Open Rec! Saturdays, 10:30 AM – 5 PM. Sundays Currently closed. The Arts and Crafts shop is open when
the director is present weekdays. Please check the community center web site for Director's schedule.
Catskill Mountain Arts and Crafts
For sale, pre-owned treasures, refreshments, hot coffee, and family hang-out time. The Center is open, come on in!
The Unexpected Treasures Gift Shop
Have fun gift shopping for the perfect eclectic gifts! Find a little something for yourself or someone you love: a lamp, vase, china, fabrics, and more. The price will be right and all donations support the Pine Hill Community Center’s programs.
Active Seniors Exercise
Active Seniors includes T'ai Chi every Thursday at 9 am.
T'ai Chi is particularly beneficial for Arthritis related symptoms of pain, stiffness and weakness in the muscles and joints, it is quite enjoyable and inspiring. It is a practice that, over time, unifies the body/mind/spirit and imparts harmony, balance, strength, focus and a calming peace of mind. Part of PHCC's Active Senior program. Celeste Graves-Hoyal has been trained and certified by the Arthritis Foundation to teach Sun style
All Active Senior classes are now $2.50.
Zumba Gold with Doris Nieves
Friday at 10 am, age 55 and older, $1.50
Zumba® Fitness is the Latin-inspired dance-fitness program that blends red-hot international music and contagious steps to form a “fitness-party” that is downright addictive. Since its inception in 2001, the Zumba program has grown to become the world’s largest – and most successful – dance-fitness program with more than 12 million people of all shapes, sizes and ages taking weekly Zumba classes in over 110,000 locations across more than 125 countries. The Pine Hill Community Center is happy to be one of these locations! Local resident . Doris is licensed in Zumba and Zumba Gold for seniors. Please wear comfortable clothing, good supportive sneakers or running shoes, and bring a towel and some water.
Pine Hill Social Circle
Wednesdays 1 PM; FREE
An informal gathering of neighbors and friends; food, crafts, outings and a whole lotta’ fun!
Scrabble and Other Games
Mondays 6-9 pm.
Bored with reruns on television, feeling as though your next vacation is too far in the future? An evening of Scrabble with friends and neighbors is the perfect cure. Come on over to The Pine Hill Community Center on Mondays at 6 pm, and join Michael Boyer for some gentle competition and some strong community fun. We like to play one on one, have a few games going at once, so bring a board if you have one. Cheat sheets are available and so is an electronic Scrabble Player’s Dictionary. Bring a snack to share if you’d like .
Ready … set … spell!
Scrabble not your thing? Bring your favorite board or card game (any Mah Jong fanatics out there?) Come along and bring a friend or two for a free evening of community fun.
Every Sat from 1:30-4 The Center's game tables will be available for play. Foosball, Ping Pong, Pool. Francesca Warnes will be in the Rainbow Room with a variety of games and arts/crafts projects. A great way for kids and families to have a Sat. afternoon time together. Free.
General information about Pine Hill is at http://
Pine Hill Community Center
287 Main St.
Pine Hill, NY 12465
Aug. 5, 9:30-11am.
Elly Wininger brings music, rhythm, and games especially for newborns to 5 year olds and their caretakers. It's the best playdate in the Catskills.
COMING IN JULY--Sign up by June 17 for discounted registration
Writers in the Mountains
Journaling class on
Tuesdays, 10 am - noon, taught by Leah Schiff.
July 8 - August 12.
This class is for the novice and veteran journal keeper alike.
Participants will write weekly and share their work with the class.
To register, call Jean Stone at
(607) 326-4802, or e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org. To register online, visit writersinthemountains.org.
Class fee is $75.