Programs

The City of Meadows Place offers a wide variety of activities for people of all ages.  Monday Movies and Wednesday Bingo are offered in the summer for those who want some time for relaxation;  Swim Lessons and Water Aerobics classes for the pool lovers; and Karate, Taekwondo and Tennis classes for the active members in our community.  Seniors have programming too!  The City of Meadows Place offers an activity for everyone, so sign up NOW and come join in on the FUN!!!

To participate in any City of Meadows Place program or class, pre-registration is required.  Registration forms can be picked up at City Hall Monday through Friday, 9:00 am – 4:00 pm or printed off the City website.  Make checks payable to City of Meadows Place; with payment, mail or turn into the City payments box at City Hall.

 If a class has not met the minimum number of enrollment five (5) days prior to the start date, the class may be cancelled. Most classes have a maximum enrollment and are open on a first come, first serve basis. There will be no refund unless the class does not fill. Classes are NOT pro-rated.

Be sure to check the Newsletter and future web updates for dates and future classes.

September 2017 Parks Newsletter

 

CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD A PROGRAM/CLASS REGISTRATION FORM!


Clubs and Organizations

  • Bridge Group is held 1st Tuesday of the month September through May at the Community Center.  Please call Parks & Rec for more information.
  • Meadows Place Home & Garden Club meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7 pm at CITY HALL; for more information go to  www.meadowshomegardenclub.com
  • Contact Parks & Recreation Department for a list of Scouting groups available within the City that meet regularly.
  • Meadows Marlins Swim Team season starts April of every year; for more information, go to www.meadowsmarlins.swimtopia.com
  • Meadows Place P.O.N.Y. Baseball has two yearly seasons, Fall and Spring; for more information go to www.mppony.org
  • Meadows Place Community Garden is always looking for new friends to help grow the garden, follow them on Facebook @ Meadows Place Community Garden
 

 

 


 

TAI CHI CHIH- NEW!

It is a moving meditation originated by Justin Stone in 1974. The 19 movements and one pose are easy to learn and have profound effects. With regular practice benefits may include:

  • Balanced physical energy and stamina;
  • Building a healthy posture;
  • Improving our joint flexibility;
  • Promoting spiritual serenity;
  • Focusing our mind and awareness

9/5 – 9/28 ,1:30 –2:30pm, T/TH, Community Center, $50 fee

 

ZUMBA

Come shake, shimmy, and dance those calories away!!!!
A total workout, combining all elements of fitness – cardio, muscle conditioning, balance and flexibility, boosted energy and a serious dose of awesome each time you leave class.

Time: 9/6 – 11/1
Mondays & Wednesday 7:30-8:30pm

Fee: $55 for first time registrants; $65 after first session. $6 per person for walk in

Location: Community Center

 

 

 


YOGA

Chair Yoga

Soothe achy joints and Increase your range of motion with this gentle seated yoga class, adaptable to your comfort level. Specifically designed for the 55+ crowd, but all ages are welcome! Chairs will be provided.  Registration required.

Time:9/5 – 9/26, Tues., 6 pm 

Fee: $25

Location: Community Center

 

 

Restorative Yoga

Center your mind and body in this calming, breath-focused class. Build your endurance with standing postures that transition into floor work and an extended time of silent meditation. No previous yoga experience necessary. Registration Required.

Time: 9/5 – 9/26, Tues., 7 pm

Fee: $25

Location: Community Center

 


Taekwondo

Sharpen your mind, strengthen your body with Hall of Fame Master Jenny Pless.  Master Jenny has been teaching in Meadows Place since 2006 and teaches all skill levels from basic to advanced. REGISTRATION REQUIRED.

Time: 9/6 – 10/30   Monday & Wednesday

5:00 – 6:00 pm  (Ages 4 – 11 years old)

6:00 – 7:00 pm  (Ages 12 years old – Adult)

Fee: 8 classes for $44 (1time/week)

      16  classes for $85 (2time/week)

Uniform fee paid to Instructor:  $30

Location: Community Center

 


American Society of Karate (A.S.K.)

American Society of Karate teaches American Karate to ages 5 – 70 years in a positive ever-changing system.  Its goal is not to be the largest, but to be the best.  A.S.K. has been taught at the Community Center since 1993.  Instructors are 4th Degree Black Belt Steve Puma and 3rd Degree Black Belt Michael Puma.

Additional Information:

Student May Try The 1st Class Free Before They Sign Up For A Class

Log On To  www.askkarate.com  Bill Gray 281-381-6139  askgray@pdq.net

 

Time: 8/14 – 12/7, Thurs.,

6:30 – 7:30 pm (Ages 5 – 12 years old)

7:30 – 8:30 pm (Ages 13 – 70 years old)

Fee:  $45

Uniform Fee:  $30 (cash only, available at first class from instructor)

 

 

 

Community Garden

The Community Garden meets twice a month to plant, till and weed the beds on the second & fourth Saturdays of the month at 9 am.  If you are interested in learning how to grow and tend a garden, just show up and you will be taught.

2nd & 4th Saturdays monthly, 9 am @ Community Garden, McGrath Park

Visit the garden anytime; anyone may take vegetables or fruit as long as you pull weeds.  This is a Community Garden for all to enjoy!