From ceramics and stained glass to line dancing and hula dancing to yoga and aerobics, spring classes are preparing to begin at the Roswell Adult and Recreation Center. In addition to these offerings, people can also learn and enjoy Tae kwon do, Spanish, adult coloring, tap dancing and creative recycling. Classes also include a pickleball clinic and ballroom dancing.
Registration for the spring-session classes continues through April 5. Classes will start the week of April 8. A complete list of the class offerings, including the days and times of each, how long they will run for, and the cost, can be picked up at the Adult and Recreation Center at 807 N. Missouri Ave.
Adult classes are open to ages 18 and older and children’s classes are designed for ages 12 and up. The cost of most classes ranges from $30 to $40 and supplies are extra.
A Hobby Show will be held Saturday, March 30, from noon to 2 p.m. that will feature demonstrations of activities that are among the spring class offerings. Instructors will be on hand to answer questions. Scheduled performances are: Marisalena Manchego (Tai Chi), Linda Weathers (RAC-A-Taps), Emma Arazola (Hula) and Shirley Donaldson (Clogging). Instructors who will be onsite: Jerry Dutchover (Silver Smithing), David Crocker (Lapidary), Beth Isler (Stained Glass), Rebecca Acosta (Ceramics), Margie Chavez (Country Mix) Gina Hernandez (Line Dance).
Instructors are being sought for future programs. Fitness and dance instructors, artists, bilingual individuals, computer instructors, musicians, gardeners and others are invited to submit an application to teach classes at the center.
For more information about upcoming classes or becoming an instructor, contact the Roswell Adult and Recreation Center at (575) 624-6718.