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Senior Programs

AARP TAX AIDE PROGRAM 

Registration Begins: January 6

Additional Information: IRS trained tax volunteers assist senior citizens with their personal tax returns.  No business returns will be prepared.  You must call and schedule an appointment at 382-2349. NO WALK INS. 

Date

Day

Time

Location

February 2-April 13

Mondays

1:00pm-4:00pm

Senior Activities Room

February 3-April 14

Tuesdays

1:00pm-4:00pm

Senior Activities Room

February 5-April 9

Thursdays

1:00pm-4:00pm

Senior Activities Room

February  7- April 11

Saturdays

9:00am-1:00pm

Senior Activities Room

LUNCH BUNCH   
Additional Information: Join us for our monthly lunch outing to various restaurants in the area.  Participants are responsible for paying for their own lunch.                                  Minimum: 5 Maximum: 8

Registration

Eligibility

Date

Time

TR/NR

Location

January 5-March 19

18 & over

Thursday, Mar. 26

Leave Rec. Center @ 10:30AM

$7/$14

The Roanoker, Roanoke

January 5-April 7

18 & over

Tuesday, April 14

Leave Rec. Center @ 10:30am

$7/$14

Dave’s Good Food, Salem

 

SHRED-A-THON

Location: Christiansburg Recreation Center parking lot
Additional Information: Help prevent identity theft and shred unwanted documents.  Protect your important information and clean out the clutter. For more information contact Tammy Caldwell, 540-382-2349 ext. 2003 or email: This will be a drive thru event, no walk-ups will be allowed.  Documents to be shredded will need to be in a box or plastic tote.  BAGGED ITEMS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.  BUSINESSES ARE NOT ALLOWED TO PARTICIPATE, THIS INCLUDES HOME BASED BUSINESSES.  Please make sure you only have documents to be shredded.  Items that can’t be shredded include: Metal, including 3 ring binders, composition notebooks, hanging file folders, paint brushes, padlocks, hardback books, keys, eyeglasses, bungee cords, etc.

Date

Time

Location

Tuesday, April 21

3:30-6:30pm

Christiansburg Rec Center Parking lot

CPR/AED AND FIRST AID RE-CERTIFICATION COURSE 
Location: Christiansburg Recreation Center                  
Additional Information: Become certified in CPR & First Aid with Lisa Bass, American Red Cross Instructor. This course is designed to help you acquire the skills you will need to effectively respond in an emergency situation. Sudden cardiac arrest is a leading cause of death in the US, CPR helps to provide critical blood flow to the brain until professional help arrives. You will learn adult and child CPR, how to use a defibrillator, how to respond to choking victims and basic first aid. Recertification students must bring proof of certification to show within 30 days before/after of their expiration date.
Minimum: 3   Maximum: 8

Registration

Eligibility

Date

Time

TR/NR

Dec. 1-April 1

Ages 18 & over

Tuesday, April 7

1:00-3:00PM

$30

 

EASTER CRAFT  
Location: Senior Activities Room                     
Additional Information: Make an Easter craft to display in your home. Fee includes all supplies. Pre-Register.
Minimum: 4    Maximum: 8

Registration

 Eligibility

Date

Time

TR/NR

January 5- March 24

18 and over

Tuesday, March 31

11:00am

$20/$40

WHATS NEW AT THE TRANSIT  
Location: Senior Activities Room                     
Additional Information: Blacksburg Transit continues to develop more efficient options for the townspeople of Christiansburg to travel. Supervisor Jenny L. Mills will present a seminar on the new updates that have already shown increased ridership for the Explorer route and the Go Anywhere Service. Please come join Jenny and learn what the Town of Christiansburg and Blacksburg Transit have to offer for public transportation. Pre-Register.

Presenter: Jenny Mills, Blacksburg Transit

Minimum: 4    Maximum: 10

Registration

 Eligibility

Date

Time

TR/NR

January 5 – April 7

50 and over

Tuesday, April 14

10:00am

FREE

SPRING TEA AT ROCKWOOD MANOR 
Additional Info: Enjoy a delicious tea, scones, cookies and tea sandwiches while visiting the Rockwood Manor.
Price includes the Spring Tea and transportation.
Minimum: 12 Maximum: 20

Registration

Eligibility

Date

Time

TR/NR

Location

Dec. 1-April 15

21 and over

Thursday, April 23

Leave Rec. Center @ 11:00AM

$15/$30

Dublin,Va

SENIOR GOLF LEAGUE   
Location: Auburn Hills Golf Club      
Additional Information: Format will be stroke play, handicaps established after the 2nd week.  1st and 2nd place winners for gross score and net total score.  Awards will be presented at the end of league, lunch provided for awards presentation. Pre-register

Minimum: 6   Maximum: 20

Registration

Eligibility

 Date

Time

TR/NR

Weeks

TBA

Ages 50 & over

TBA

TBA

TBA

8

“SMORE” GASBORD 
Additional Info: Bring your sweet tooth and have a great time roasting marshmallows and making s’mores with                         toppings from our “s’more bar”.
Minimum: 8 Maximum: 20

Registration

Eligibility

Date

Time

TR/NR

Location

Dec. 1-April 9

21 and over

Wednesday, April 15

2:00PM

$6/$12

Rec. Center Patio

EATING ON A BUDGET 
Location: Meadowbrook Community Center
Additional Information: When you are shopping on a budget there is no need to sacrifice quality, flavor or nutrients.
There are amazing items at the grocery store that offer quality nutrition for a fraction of the cost. You just need to know what to look for.  We will discuss tips and strategies to make healthy choices while staying within your budget. A fun game of       bingo will follow with prizes being on some of healthy choice items. Bring a dish to share for the luncheon.  When registering please indicate whether or not you will need transportation.  Depart recreation center at 10:30am. Pre-Register.

Minimum: 4    Maximum: 8

Registration

 Eligibility

Date

Time

TR/NR

March 2-April 13

50and over

Thursday, April 16

11:00am

FREE

VIN ETCHING  
Co-Sponsored By:  Christiansburg Recreation Dept., Christiansburg Police Dept., Christiansburg Fire Dept. and Virginia State Police
Location:  Christiansburg Fire Dept.
Additional Information: All vehicles carry a federally-assigned number known as Vehicle Identification Number (VIN). Making sure those numbers are marked permanently on a vehicle’s windows steers thieves away. The windows of stolen VIN etched vehicles must be stripped and replaced before a thief can get rid of the car, a costly and time consuming process.  VIN etching is simple, fast, safe and won’t mar the look of the vehicle.  Numbers are etched into the glass with a chemical solution and those numbers will be there for good.  

Date

Time

TR/NR

Monday, April 20

3:00-7:00PM

FREE