Community Center Building Hours
September 22-December 15, 2017
January 3 - May 4, 2018
Monday-Thursday: 8 a.m.–9:30 p.m.
Friday: 8 a.m.–6:30 p.m.
Saturday-Sunday: 1–5 p.m.
September 22-December 15, 2017
January 3-May 4, 2018
Community Centers Closed:
- December 24-25
- January 1
- January 15
- February 19
- April 1
Holiday Break Open Gym Hours:
Open gym, game room, and computer lab hours will be 1 to 5 p.m. on the following dates:
- December 26-29
- March 30
- April 2–3
3701 East Third Street
Adjacent to Anne Sullivan Elementary School
Kenny Anderson Community Center offers two meeting rooms (one with a full kitchen and one with a partial kitchen), a game room, a computer lab, and a gymnasium with either three volleyball courts or two basketball courts.
Programs and Services
Different activities are scheduled daily, such as arts and crafts, open gym, and special events. Must be 7 years old and able to self-manage to attend. More details on this program available at each center. FREE
- Game rooms may include board games, video games, pool table, air hockey, and foosball.
- Open Gyms are a time for people to drop in to play basketball. No organized team play is allowed.
| September 25—December 15
January 3—May 4
|Monday through Friday||2:45—6 p.m.
(gym closes at 5:45 p.m.)
Open gyms are a time for people to drop in to play volleyball and basketball. No organized team play is allowed. These gyms are to all ages. Court rentals will not be available during this time. FREE
|September 25—October 18
April 2—May 2
|Monday & Wednesday||6:30—8 p.m.|
Includes Open Gym, Computer Lab, and Game Rooms
Open gyms are a time for people to drop in to play basketball and if space allows, volleyball may also be played. No organized team play is allowed. Court rentals will not be available during this time. FREE.
- Game rooms may have board games, video games, pool table, air hockey, and foosball. FREE.
|September 30—December 31
January 6—April 29
|Saturday and Sunday||1—5 p.m.|
Play games, socialize, and laugh with both older and younger friends. At any age, playing games is healthy for the mind and body. Games can keep the brain active, involve social interaction, and are a good form of entertainment. Don’t forget to bring a treat to share with the group. Join us for games such as pinochle, bridge, canasta, rummy, cribbage, backgammon, Scrabble, bingo, and pokeno—no need to play just one! FREE
|September 25— December 11
January 8—April 30
Come and play cards! Gamer’s choice: four-player or five-player. Any way we play, it is sure to be a good time. Hot coffee will be waiting. Don’t forget a treat to share with the group! FREE
|September 26— December 12
January 9—May 1
Come join the fun with other seniors as we play the classic trick-taking card game known as “whist”. We’ll brew the coffee, you bring a snack to share with the group! FREE
|January 10—May 2||Wednesdays||1—5 p.m.|
Each community center has at least one large meeting room.
Meeting areas are equipped with tables, chairs, TV, DVD, and dry erase boards.
- Kitchen specifics are available upon request.
- Specifics of room guidelines are available at time of your reservation request.
- Meeting rooms can be reserved by contacting the community center where the event will take place.
Call Community Center at 978-6924 for details and availability!
Computer labs provide a quiet, convenient place to have Internet access. Hours are subject to change to accommodate schedule programs. FREE
|September 25—December 15||Monday through Friday
Saturday and Sunday
Call Community Center at 978-6924 for Court Rental for details and availability!
|September 25— October 18
April 2— May 2
|Monday & Wednesday||8—10 p.m.|