Roswell Adult Center

Adult-Center

Roswell Adult Center Facilities and Programs

The Roswell Adult Center includes a playground and park area on the east side with another park, walking trail, horseshoe pits and shuffleboard courts located across the street to the west. There is a billiard room with four of the best pool tables in the area, a cardio room, numerous special events scheduled throughout the year

Whether you're an avid bridge player, an antique car enthusiast, quilter, rockhound, pool shark, artist extraordinaire, photo nut or a social butterfly you will thrive here. Come by, the staff would be happy to give you a guided tour.

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Reindeer Run 

Get your holiday cheer on and bring the family out to our Holiday race. Run or walk this winter 5K and Fun Run. Come out in you best Santa hats or Holiday bells and jingle to the finish line

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Adult Center News

As a result of a staffing shortage, the Roswell Adult Center will be limited to opening one day a week as of Sept. 6, but scheduled classes throughout each week will still take place using other sites. 
The Adult Center (807 N. Missouri Ave.) will be open Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., offering its regular activities such as pool (billiards) and dominoes. The lapidary class has been rescheduled to take place during those Wednesday hours as well. 
Meanwhile, the video walking, aerobics and cardio exercise classes will take place as scheduled, but be relocated to the Roswell Recreation and Aquatic Center (1402 W. College Blvd.), which will also offer dominoes during its regular hours of operation (Monday-Friday 6 a.m.-8 p.m., Saturday 10 a.m.-8 p.m., Sunday noon-8 p.m.). The open-studio painting class has been moved to the Roswell Museum and Art Center (1011 N. Richardson Ave.).
The Wednesday-only hours for the Adult Center are expected to continue until the end of the year when the staffing situation will be re-evaluated. 
For more information and to confirm details about class and activity days, times, locations and costs, people can call the Recreation and Aquatic Center at 624-6719 beginning Sept. 6.